If you ever wanted to know more about the incomparable Sean Zevran, we’ve the interview for you right here. Shortly after ultra-hot Sean Zevran signed an exclusive agreement with the new Falcon Edge line, the editor of HUNT sat down with him for a chat over coffee, and we learned a lot about this former farm boy from Louisiana. If an educated, well-spoken stud gets you going, then you’ll be on the floor after you check out Sean’s answers to these intimate questions about his life, his porn, his turn-ons and how he keeps that sculpted body in tip-top (and bottom) shape.
This prime example of the 5’8” musclebound male form is on full display in today’s world premiere update on FalconStudios.com, in which Sean appears with Adam Ramzi in a flip flop for the ages from the forthcoming Falcon Edge release, Stunners.
HUNT: Tell us how you got into porn and what were your thoughts about it?
Sean Zevran: It was the spring of 2011 and I was at the end of my last semester at Stephen F. Austin State University. Graduation was upon me and I wasn’t ready to commit to some monotonous 9-to-5 job, nor was I ready to go back to school to pursue an advanced degree. I felt overtaxed and as if I had missed out on a lot because I had previously committed so much of my life to school, sports, the Marines and various other jobs. My collegiate years were spent honoring my commitment to the Marine Corps; helping to bring the Zeta Psi Chapter of Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity to the SFA campus; and completing my studies for a degree in philosophy. I had initially planned to go active duty after graduation, and I even completed Marine Corps Officer Candidates School, but I declined my commission and abandoned these plans when I realized I wasn’t happy. I wanted to do something adventurous. It was fortuitous then that my friend, Brandon Wilde, had submitted some of my photos and contact information to Randy Blue. Randy Blue contacted me soon after, and it wasn’t long before I was being flown to Los Angeles to shoot my first adult video. So far it’s been an exciting ride, and now here I am working with Falcon and Raging Stallion.
HUNT: What about your background? Where did you grow up?
SZ: I was born on August 02, 1988 in Shreveport, Louisiana. I am biracial—half black and half white—for those that are wondering. I spent most of my youth helping my parents raise horses and bale hay on a small farm in the Piney Woods of East Texas. Regularly tending to over thirty horses and hauling hay in the scorching summer heat instilled in me a strong work ethic that I carry with me to this day. Unfortunately, the farm was lost when my parents divorced while I was in middle school, but the memories of my time spent on the farm remain.
HUNT: What about your teen years?
SZ: I excelled in cross-country and track and field, and was a state competitor in both sports all four years of high school. During this time I also worked three jobs, was very involved in the youth group of my church and was a part of several mission trips, including a Habitat for Humanity mission in El Salvador, though I renounced my faith upon my return to the States. The end of my time spent in high school was a trying experience for my entire family, as my father suffered an accident that left him virtually paralyzed below the chest. Despite such a challenging period of my life, I finished high school to go on to enlist in the Marine Corps Reserve and enroll at Stephen F. Austin State University.
You mentioned you were in the Marine Corps. You must have some exciting stories. Will you tell us about any of those?
SZ: I don’t have anything too exciting to tell about my time spent in the Marines. I enlisted in the reserves because I wanted to do something to challenge myself, and because I didn’t want to be just an ordinary college student. Although I never deployed during my time in service, I received invaluable training that taught me some lifelong lessons. The Marines strengthened my tenacity, instilled in me a command presence and showed me what human beings can accomplish when we put aside our own selfish desires and work as a team. I also created friendships that will last the rest of my life. I sometimes still seek out these Marines for advice, some of whom have gone on to become career officers in the service.
HUNT: Your body is phenomenal. Tell us about how you built and maintain it. Share with us some details about your workouts and diet.
SZ: My regimen typically consists of eating six meals daily and working out six days weekly. I eat lots of egg whites, chicken, turkey, fish, rice, sweet potatoes, mixed vegetables, oatmeal, drink lots of water and usually consume a post-workout shake of some sort. My workouts tend to target specific muscle groups on certain days with four to five exercises, each consisting of about four sets of 8-12 repetitions. I am also fortunate to have been born with exceptional genes and a high metabolism. Staying lean is not a challenge for me, though acquiring muscle mass is difficult.
I would also like to take a moment to address the use of steroids. I am not on steroids, however I am nothing if not honest and will admit to having used them once before during my sophomore year of college (2007-2008). The benefits expired long ago, and I’ve been all-natural since then, but I don’t rule out using steroids again in the future if my fitness goals change. Disclaimer: I do not condone, nor do I condemn, the use of steroids. I strongly advise anyone considering using steroids to consult their doctor before doing so and to educate themselves on the potential health risks.
HUNT: In addition to your great looks and stunning physique, you are also a college graduate. You want to pursue your Master’s Degree in philosophy, correct? Give us a rundown on why you chose philosophy as your major.
SZ: I am not yet certain it is philosophy in which I wish to pursue graduate studies, but I chose philosophy as my undergraduate degree because I was and still am a young adult with a lot of questions. Though, I have learned these questions seldom get answered and only lead to more questions, but that’s okay—I think the most valuable thing to learn in life is not what to think, but how to think.
HUNT: What great thinkers are you most attracted to and why?
SZ: As for which great thinkers I am most attracted to and why, there are too many about whom I can write an entire essay over why I admire them. I believe my favorite thinker of all is probably Albert Einstein, or Richard Feynman, for obvious reasons. I realize these are physicists and not philosophers per se, but they did more than their fair share of philosophizing.
HUNT: Let’s get to the nitty gritty—what is your biggest turn-on in a man?
SZ: My biggest turn-on in a man depends on the context. There is no single quality above the rest to which I am attracted. Physically, I have noticed I tend to go for Latino, Asian and Middle Eastern type guys, especially muscular ones with tattoos, though I am by no means exclusive to any particular type. Also, given that I am slightly more of a bottom, a big dick doesn’t hurt either… or maybe it does, but that would be a good thing. As for personality, there are many qualities I find endearing, and it again mostly depends on the context, such as whether I’m pursuing a guy as a romantic interest or just for sexual play.
HUNT: Any interest in Kink?
SZ: I find myself getting aroused by kinkier things each passing day. I don’t rule anything out at this point.
HUNT: If you had to design your own movie as a director, what kind of setting and sex would that movie have?
SZ: I would design something a little rough and abusive that doesn’t seem like actual porn. I have a fetish for submissiveness and someone taking sexual advantage of me, but only as a fantasy. I don’t take kindly to power and authority in reality, but my porn would likely involve some light bondage, gangbangs and simulated rape in different realistic scenarios, such as employer/employee quid pro quo, client/escort, date rape and prison settings. It wouldn’t necessarily involve your typical pretty boys either.
HUNT: I hear you’re not only a spectacular sexual performer, but you’re an amazing dancer, too. Tell me about your go-go career.
SZ: I became heavily involved on the gay party circuit after being recruited as a go-go dancer for Matinee Las Vegas Festival in 2012, and I went on to dance for some of the biggest gay parties in the United States, including Dallas Purple Party, White Party Palm Springs and White Party Miami. I also had the honor of being appointed the dancer coordinator for Dallas Purple Party 2014, and I have an ambition to transform the Dallas LGBT nightlife.
HUNT: You took the guys at Falcon/Raging Stallion the minute you walked into the studio. I hear company president Chris Ward was so excited he couldn’t think straight. What was that day like for you in the studio when they basically begged you for an exclusive contract?
SZ: The day Falcon and Raging Stallion decided to enlist me as their first Falcon Edge exclusive was unexpected, and a tremendous honor. They are one of—if not the—most successful company in gay pornography. The Falcon/Raging Stallion team has seen many porn actors come and go, so for them to tell me I have great potential and for them welcome me into the family was a day filled with excitement. I have promised them I won’t squander this opportunity.
HUNT: What plans do you have for the future?
SZ: My short-term plan is to obtain every advantage and benefit I can from this industry until the demand for Sean Zevran expires. Hopefully, this will include becoming financially stable and debt-free regarding school loans and such, and also being able to utilize my accumulated social resources to springboard more long-term endeavors. I would also like to use my social influence to become a respectable voice within the LGBT community. It seems we have too many idiots caught up in pop-culture and not enough thinkers that are critical of the mainstream. Furthermore, I am a nightlife and circuit party enthusiast. It would be nice to play a bigger role in this industry as well, particularly in Dallas, Texas.
My long-term plan is more intellectually hopeful. It is my hope that I will one day obtain my doctorate’s degree in cognitive science or one of its sub-disciplines. This plan is not absolute and my academic interests may change, but I am very interested in one day doing research and feeling as if I contributed in some way to the intellectual legacy of humanity. I want to feel like I mattered in the end. In the words of Albert Einstein, “Man can find meaning in life, short and perilous as it is, only through devoting himself to society.”
HUNT: Ambitious for sure. And, for now, what are you goals in the gay adult entertainment industry?
SZ: Well, I enjoyed a brief hiatus from filming when my contract with Randy Blue expired, so I am excited to come back in full force with Falcon Edge as an exclusive – “Sean Zevran 2.0” and to leave my mark in the gay porn industry. Again, I am very excited to see what the future holds.
HUNT: How can fans track you down and keep posted on what you’re up to?
SZ: They can follow me on Twitter: @SeanZevran or on Facebook: www.facebook.com/officialseanzevran
We’re definitely excited to see what Sean has in store for us. If his scene with Adam Razmi debuting on FalconStudios.com today is any indication, we all better brace ourselves, because this stud is definitely going to leave a mark on the industry.