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'Duck Dynasty’ Creator Starred in Film About Gay Porn (Video)

Scott Gurney, the creator and producer of the A&E reality TV show “Duck Dynasty” starred in a 2001 independent film about the gay porn world entitled “The Fluffer.”

According BuzzFeed.com, Gurney played a drug addict who acts in porn videos (video below).

Gurney’s character becomes the object of obsession for a male film student (played by Michael Cunio) whose job is to keep Gurney aroused on porn sets, reports RawStory.com.

Currently, "The Fluffer" appears on Gurney’s IMDB page and on the film's IMDB page.

While working as actor, Gurney also made appearances on "Beverly Hills 90210," "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" and "Baywatch."

Buzzfeed.com called Gurney's production company, but was told by Gurney's wife Deirdre that no one talks to Scott on the phone and to email him, which Buzzfeed.com did.

"Duck Dynasty" has been in the headlines because of star Phil Robertson's derogatory remarks about homosexuals and his claim that black people were "happy" under Jim Crow laws in a GQ magazine article.

Ironically, Illinois Republican congressional candidate Ian Bayne sent out an email today proclaiming, "Duck Dynasty Star is Rosa Parks of Our Generation,” even though Parks fought against Jim Crow laws.

Ignoring his own contradiction, Bayne added, “In December 1955, Rosa Parks took a stand against an unjust societal persecution of black people, and in December 2013, Robertson took a stand against persecution of Christians.”

Sources: IanBayne.com, GQ, IMDB, RawStory.com, BuzzFeed.com

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