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Jerry Douglas was an American director and writer, notably of gay pornographic films, as well as a novelist, playwright, and theatre director. He has won numerous adult film industry awards, and has been inducted into the Grabby Awards Hall of Fame and the GayVN Awards Hall of Fame. A native of Des Moines, Iowa, Douglas attended Drake University and did his graduate work at the Yale School of Drama. Among the Broadway and Off-Broadway plays he has written and/or directed are Rondelay, Circle in the Water, Score and most recently, the NY and LA productions of The Deep Throat Sex Scandal. He also wrote the screenplay for Radley Metzger’s film version of Score. Douglas was also the creator and editor of Manshots magazine, and his collection of short stories, Mantalk, was published in 1991. His first novel, The Legend of the Ditto Twins was published by Bruno Gmünder Verlag of Berlin, Germany, in 2012. In 2019, Chelsea Station Editions published his play, Tubstrip. 

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