Wilde Oscar

Wilde Oscar

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birth= April 8, 1967
location= Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England
height= 5'8"
eye color=
hair color= Brown
orientation= Heterosexual
ethnicity= Caucasian
alias=Wylde Oscar, Chris Sterling, Chris Oscar, Adam Knight
homepage =

Wilde Oscar is a retired English pornographic actor.cite web | title = Personal Bio Michael Gaunt| publisher = IAFD.com|url =http://www.iafd.com/person.rme/perfid=WOscar/gender=m/Wilde-Oscar.htm| accessdate = 2007-10-12 ] Although recognised as a porn actor in his own right, he is most noted for being married to, and frequently performed with, fellow English pornstar Nici Sterling. The couple have a daughter together.


As quoted in [http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/it-was-never-about-the-money-714279.html The Independent] newspaper in June 2000.

Although I have done films with Nici and in my own right, Nici's the star in the family. She's the one the directors are keen on. For a long while the fact that we were a married couple was a great selling point. There aren't many in this industry and those who work together on screen are rarer still.


*1998 AVN Award – Best Supporting Actor (Film) – "Doin' the Ritz"
*2001 AVN Award – Best Supporting Actor (Video) – "West Side" [cite web | title =AVN Awards Past Winners | publisher = AVN.com| url = http://www.avnawards.com/index.php?content=pastwinners | accessdate = 2007-08-08]


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