So let me give you a little background on this awesome performer who, by the way, is also nominated for an Xbiz and AVN Award. Congrats my kinky friend and hope you win. But before we go on, enjoy a couple pics.
Wolf is Dominican-American who began his career in late 2006 at the age of twenty-one. He was living in New York at the time when he met Michael Lucas who, thankfully, cast the young hottie in Michael Lucas Auditions Volume 2. Soon after in early 2007, Wolf pulled up stakes and set his sights West to The Golden Coast. He moved to San Francisco where he started working for Factory Studios. He also appeared in Road Trip Volume 1 Russian River for Falcon Studios' re-launce of their Jock's Studios after a two year hiatus. The film also coincided with Falcon's 35th anniversary.
In August of 2008 he co-starred alongside Blake Riley in Shifting Gears a bisexual film directed by legendary drag queen and director Chi Chi LaRue. The film caused controversy especially for Blake Riley; it was his first encounter with a woman. The film helped coin the term straight for pay.
Also in 2008 he appeared in a live BDSM demonstration with director Van Darkholme during the world famous Folsom Street Fair and he was named porn's hottest newcomer in the October issue of Unzipped Magazine.
Other notable appearances include an appearance in the third season of the Canadian show Webdreams and an appearance on Kerrang Radio's The Night Before; he was the first male performer to be on the show.
When Tyra Banks did her Gay For Pay show, Wolf declined to appear on it sighting the fact that the producers could twist and edit the content to make the guys look bad.
February of 2009 saw Wolf signing an exclusive deal with Cocky Boys. He was the second major performer to go web only and had a special clause in his contract that allowed him to do both gay and straight content at the same time. Cross overs like that are difficult but Wolf, who is a very shrewd businessman in his own right, made it work.
2009 proved to be a busy year for Wolf. He was an announcer for the GayVN Awards and was the first ever fan selected co host for the Grabby Awards.
2009 also saw Wolf's directorial debut for Cocky Boys and, following the tragic death of his idol and dance influential Michael Jackson, he made a tribute film of him dancing to Jackson's hit Billie Jean.
2010 saw the star appear in Bruce LaBruce's film L.A. Zombie and a performance with FTM star Buck Angel. Angel has been quoted as saying that Hudson is his favorite male performer to work with. I've heard that from many performers and, honestly, it doesn't surprise me. I'm sure I'd say the same thing.
Hudson has received dozens of nominations for his work in the industry. Besides the wins mentioned above he also won the 2012 Feminist Porn Award for Most Deliciously Diverse Cast; which I think is the best name for an award ever and I hope I can win that award one day just to have it on my mantle. The name of the film he got it for also has the best name ever: Fuckstyles Of The Queer And Famous. I wish I had that title on my resume.
On the personal side, Hudson, although he identifies as heterosexual, has been quoted as saying that he's not fully straight as he does do gay porn. However, since he doesn't date men in his personal life he does not identify as bisexual instead he chooses to call himself a sexualist; a term which I love and think I may start using to describe myself. I also love the fact that he doesn't identify as a gay for pay performer.
Happy dirty thirty buddy! Hope it's a sexy one!