Controversial film and porn star, Brent Corrigan, will be joining New Mardi Gras’ Queer Thinking line-up in what will no doubt be a highly revealing in-conversation event.

Corrigan’s session, Brent Corrigan: Uncovered, is being showcased at the Seymour Centre on Friday, February 26 as part of Queer Thinking — a program of panel discussions, author in-conversations and artist talks designed to stimulate the enquiring mind.

After spending years baring all for the cameras, Corrigan will speak candidly and honestly about the controversy that has surrounded his life, his experiences in the adult industry and what’s next for a 22 year old who’s basically done it all.

Entering into the adult industry at a very young age, Corrigan was purely working to make ends meet.

Now 22, he has developed two adult companies of his own as a producer, director and even a model.

While his sights were set on the theatre and film industry, Corrigan believed his past work in adult media would forever mar his chances of becoming a legitimate actor.

Despite this, Corrigan has gone on to star in notable roles in films, such as Another Gay Sequel, as Stan the Merman, and Gus Van Sant’s Milk.

Corrigan is currently signed on for a major role in the forthcoming film, Judas Kiss, and is rehearsing for the lead in The Masseur (a two-man play about the art of seduction).

info: Brent Corrigan: Uncovered forms part of a full day of Queer Thinking sessions, which includes a study of the gay identity in Parties, Politics, and AIDS: The History of the Australian Gay Male, a behind the scenes take on photography from Gods of Football photographer, Pedro Virgil, plus plenty more food-for-thought literary and academic sessions. The full program can be found on the Mardi Gras website.

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