BREAKING NEWS: Performer Rocky Dies – Saturday, December 09, 2006

December 9, 2006 | Comments Off on BREAKING NEWS: Performer Rocky Dies – Saturday, December 09, 2006

LOS ANGELES, CAThe Adams Report by JC Adams has learned that performer Rocky died on Thursday, December 7th in Los Angeles. He was 26 years old. His agent David Forest notified the industry of his passing. Rocky was diagnosed with cancer in May, 2006 and was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in West Hollywood. When he died, he was undergoing chemotherapy as he battled the cancer and other HIV-related illnesses.

This week, director Matt Sterling and performer Andy Dill passed away on Wednesday, December 6th; performer Kirby Scott died a few weeks earlier on November 2nd.

Rocky “had been HIV-positive for three years,” Mr. Forest told us early this morning. “Rocky never left Cedars all these months. Chemotherapy and radiation treatment…made him even sicker, so [doctors] stopped and just tried to keep him comfortable until they could resume. They did resume the past few months but couldn’t arrest the deadly disease. I have confirmed with his family that he did leave us this last Thursday.”

One of gay adult’s popular supporting players, Rocky appeared in roughly 30 films between 2001 and 2004. He was active on the social scene and made frequent personal appearances.

Some of Rocky’s titles include THE BACHELOR (All Worlds Video, 2003); COWBOY RIDES AGAIN (Big Blue Productions, 2004); CRASH OF THE TITANS (Big Blue, 2001); PALMER’S LUST (Pacific Sun Entertainment); QUARTERBACK SACK (Jocks Studios); THE SCOUT CLUB (Studio 2000, 2002); and TULSA COUNTY LINE (Men of Odyssey, 2001).

Rocky, whose birth name was Ernest Juarez, is survived by his parents and a younger sister. Our condolences to his family, friends and fans.

[(Left) Rocky in Crash of the Titans © BlueBlake.com; (right) with DC Chandler in Studio 2000’s The Scout Club]

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