Television X Does Scarborough- Chariots Of Jizz!

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One of the first films I ever did was for the popular tv channel Television X. I was asked to star in their 2012 Olympic Games Parody called “Chariots Of Jizz” which was shot in the very exotic and beautiful location of…….. Scarborough. I’ve been many places now on my travels, but at the time I was new to it all and was just pleased to be getting out of the small village I used to live in for a few days!

Anyway, I got there and we didn’t really shoot much on my first day. I did do a radio interview though which was cool and although I was a bit nervous at first, I really made the interviewer laugh, so I must have done ok. That or I sounded like such a knob that it was funny. I prefer to go with the first option. The next day we shot some “normal” acting by the beach and then outside a church which was fun, although it was pissing it down with rain through most of it! We had some lunch, then later we shot my boy/girl scene which took quicker than I expected and was a lot of fun, although there was a bit of stopping and starting as they shoot “soft” and “hard” (Basically “soft” is for the tv channels as there are things they aren’t allowed to show, like actual penetration, and then “hard” for the website which is where you can show pretty much everything- but I won’t bore you with technical stuff as you would rather read about the “filth” wouldn’t you, you mucky pups?!) But yeah anyway it was a really fun scene and everyone I worked with was lovely and I had a great time! We shot a couple of tv adverts to promote the film, then we all went down the pub and had some food & drinks which was a good laugh. We then shot a few bits & bobs of “normal” acting the next day before I headed back home.

I have good memories of my first tv channel shoot, although some twat then went and somehow got a copy of my sex scene and posted it on free tube sites, resulting in my ex and a bunch of people I used to go to school with seeing it. Fuck! But hey, at least it gave people something to talk about, and that film was the start of many more awesome shoots for Television X!