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Legendary Adult Film Star Jackhammer XL Passes Away!

The adult industry has suffered a great loss. Legendary adult performer Jackhammer XL has died suddenly at age 53 from natural causes.

Jack Hammer was born on November 10, 1963 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

A former Marine who pursued his love of bondage and “sexual demolition” on his own website, JackHammer.xxx, this physically powerful performer also was a practitioner of Brazilian jiu jitsu, Muay Thai and crossfit.

Hammer self-identified as queer, which made him an important advocate for diversity in the adult industry.

The XL in Hammer's name was not for “extra large,” Stefanos revealed. Instead, it was the number 40 in Roman numerals. “That was the year in his life that he started in porn,” Stefanos said. “He was super in shape and had an imposing physical presense. His social presence too. People often thought he was more stern that he actually was.”

An interest in BDSM led Hammer to the adult industry, and he began shooting in 2009. Hammer started as a bottom for Kink.com and then later switched to dominant roles. He also directed for Insex’s website HardTied.com and served as both director and performer for SexuallyBroken.com. He has worked for other studios as well, including Pink and White Productions and Kickass Productions. He was most known for his scene with FTM performer Jade Phillips.

Hammer talked about the difficulties he had faced as both a queer performer as well as an African-American. “There's nothing to stop you from just being fetishized as basically BBC, big black cock,” Hammer said. “No matter what your talents or what you can do, that's pretty much what you're looked at as.” But Hammer found his own way by creating his own site and becoming a webmaster for InterracialBondage.xxx.

 ”I draw my empowerment because I don't care what other people think. I don't care what this industry thinks or people outside this industry thinks, because I'm gonna do what I'm gonna do to make myself happy and to create good art."


  1. RIP. I will forever love the scene he did with Jade Phillips.

  2. Wow....I remember he had a battle with some type of cancer a few years ago. He beat it but I will say, I noticed his performances were not the same after that. May he rise in paradise.


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