Clay Russell was a hot model beginning in the late 1970s. He appeared in numerous print magazines include Blueboy, Honcho, In Touch, Jock, Mandate, and Playguy. He also performed in a number of gay movies where his impressive masculinity was featured, including three classics (Boys of Venice, Heatstroke, and El Paso Wrecking Corp.) in addition to other titles such as Men at Work, Cop Playtime, Cop Workout, Firemen at Work, and Sex in Uniform. His appearance in the December 1977 issue of Playguy was tied to a feature promoting Joe Gage's El Paso Wrecking Corp..
|Clay with Richard Locke|