Did You See? Gay Porn Star Makes Looking Cameo

Posted January 20, 2014 by with 8 comments

keysICYMI: Here’s Kink.com’s Sebastian Keys (the stripper in the bear head, obviously) making a brief but memorable cameo in last night’s season premiere of HBO’s Looking.

Keys, of course, can regularly be seen tying up straight guys on MenOnEdge and torturing them until they cum:

Back to Looking, which I liked a lot (despite wanting to hate it). It’s sweet, subtle, wonderfully-paced, and well-acted, despite a few predictable San Francisco/gay clichés (everyone has beards, two different characters mention Facebook and Instagram in back-to-back scenes, one character is self-conscious about being old). Here’s my favorite scene, when the hot (like, really, really hot) Mexican guy starts flirting with Patrick, the show’s lead, on Muni. You can watch the entire first episode for free on YouTube.

  • sxg

    Sebastian Keys performance, still better than anything Brent has done in mainstream acting.

  • Spongey

    I just watched the first episode, and I didn’t hate it either. I just hope it doesn’t get too whiny. I don’t mind the beards too much, I’ve grown accustomed to the bearded gay hipsters in Austin and now I find it kind of hot.

  • GN

    Hows the nudity/sex in the show?

    • zach

      No nudity that I can recall. All the sex is implied and takes place with the camera staying above the waist.

  • Todd

    Zach, I thought you were talking about TEDDY (in the first pic) ……….Ha Ha. Where has Teddy gone since his stint in rehab. An update is needed. I’m sure he is NOT bearbacking for Lucas Studios. Snort.

  • robirob

    What’s up with strippers and Teddy bear heads? In the animation series Chozen there were two male backup dancers with Teddy bear heads, too.

  • Vinny V.

    I can think of a thousand people they could have used instead of Sebastian. Oh well, I’ll pass.

  • NG212

    I just finished watching episode 1 of “Looking.” I really liked it. Such a reprieve after seeing Lena Dunham looking all kinds of busted in “Girls.” That writer at Esquire found the show boring, but I really disagree. I find it intriguing, and I already feel invested in the character’s journeys. Jonathan Groff is so charming on-screen, and I find the portrayals of gay people to be a refreshing change of pace.

    There’s so much back-and-forth in and about the gay community regarding classification: masculinity and femininity, “straight-acting” vs. “queens.” I’ve always hated those labels. I find them limiting. It’s why I hate a lot of guys on Grindr. Finally, representative vindication for we, the silent majority–those of us in between. I’m totally a Patrick. Except I dress better.