A follower asks about model Ross Judd, who also used the names Ramon Gabron and Rod Stiver.
Ross Judd was born on September 15, 1950 in Port Angeles, Washington, where he was a logger. He was first photographed in 1969 by a couple of physique photographers in the Los Angeles area - including Bob Mizer - twice during a period of about one year while he was on leave from the Marines.
In addition to physique posing (he said his body was naturally developed from isometrics and gymnastics) he also did straight porn. He dyed his naturally dark hair blonde for gay shoots and back to brown for straight projects. Ross identified as straight but was very popular in gay circles and actually got his first lead for posing from a group of gay friends.
AMG records show that he appeared in seven Physique Pictorials between 1971 and 1980, including the cover of Volume 27 in 1975. He appeared in more than 260 AMG photos and in five AMG films - including the fantastic Prince Kimo's Cowboy, Jailhouse Blues, Marine and the Cowboy, You Tickle Me and a solo film. However, his best known feature film was the Pat Rocco production of Sex and the Single Gay, which was first screened in San Francisco and Los Angeles in June 1970.
As with many of the models of that era, his modeling and movie career was short and our cowboy slowly rode off into the sunset.
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