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Eric Evans (Japanese: 海老原海老蔵 Hepburn: Ebihara Ebizō) is an American former gay pornographic film actor, bodybuilder, wrestler, and model. He was born on December 28, 1966 in Woodland Hills, California, United States.

Names[edit | edit source]

Ebihara comes from Billy Herrington's soramimi 'Hey, shrimp!' from "Hey, what's up?", from Playing with Fire 2.

Ebizō comes from Eric resembling the Japanese Kabuki, Ichikawa Ebizō XI (十一代目市川海老蔵) due to their facial features.

In Japanese, Eric Evans' name is transcribed as Erikku Evu~ansu (エリック・エヴァンス).

History[edit | edit source]

Eric Evans' 15 year career began about 1991 and he filmed so many scenes that studios continued to release unseen work of his long after he retired. He did perform for Can-Am Productions as one of the many studios.

Eric was the perfect combination of bear and bodybuilder, with biceps nearly the size of his head.

He announced his retirement, to pursue a relationship, in 2005 and his final filmed scene was a raunchy yet passionate solo in leather gear for the Raging Stallion production, Studs.

He was briefly in love with Brent Banes.

Eric now resides in Arizona.

Role in Gachimuchi Pants Wrestling[edit | edit source]

A minor character that has some comedic value due to his aforementioned similarity with Ichikawa Ebizō XI. He is popular because of this. Seen with Beau Bradley to fall to the dark side in Brutal Kombat, featuring Tim Brough. Appears in a very popular film featuring Cameron Sage in Saddle Up. Wrestles against Sonny Markham in the BG East film, Fantasy Fight 17. Is also seen wrestling against Brian Maxon in the Can-Am Productions film, Maximum Maxon 1.

Quotes[edit | edit source]

Playing with Fire 2[edit | edit source]

The Rooftop Meetup[edit | edit source]

  • "Hey, chief."
  • "Has any DNA come up on the white slimy stuff?"
  • "Sure, chief. I'll let everyone know to stay clear of the roof."

Authentic Gachimuchi Information[edit | edit source]

  • According to Steve Cassidy, Eric Evans is still in contact with him and has a biting sense of humor.
  • Appears with Billy Herrington in ostensibly, the mythical Fox Studio film, Flesh Trap.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. sm4046668
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