Carter Stevens (Malcolm S. Worob)
BiographyNewark, New Jersey, USA
Noted pornographer Carter Stevens rates highly as one of the true founding fathers of 1970's American East Coast adult cinema. He was born Malcom Stephen Worob on October 17, 1944 in Newark, New Jersey. Stevens grew up in the suburbs in the 1950's. He studied Photographic Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Carter first became interested in making feature films while working as a supervisor at a New York City movie lab. Stevens made his film debut with the tongue-in-cheek romp "The Collegiates" in 1972. Read more... while his 1980's films are often darker and more serious. In addition, Stevens has also acted in numerous X-rated pictures using the alias Steven Mitchell; he was usually partnered with actress Marlene Willoughby. Among the famous hardcore thespians Carter has worked with throughout his career are Serena, Jamie Gillis, Harry Reems, Georgina Spelvin, Eric Edwards, Marc Stevens, and Robert Kerman. Moreover, Stevens reinvented himself in the early 1980's as the editor/publisher of "The S&M News," which was the third largest fetish paper in America. He largely retired from the porn industry in the late 1990's. More recently Carter has done interviews and commentaries on DVD releases of his movies. Stevens was given a lifetime achievement award in directing porno films from the Free Speech Coalition in 2004 and was inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame on Jaunary 10, 2009.