Actor made Euphoria porn parody after being cast in show


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Euphoria actor Chloe Cherry made a porn parody of Euphoria after director Sam Levinson hired her for the show. The actor, who previously starred in over 200 porn movies, said while studying for her role on the show, she thought of the idea of parodying a scene of Rue and Jules in bed.

Chloe Cherry made the porn parody scene about five months after being cast on the Euphoria. She told Vulture she chose that particular scene because of its popularity.

“I started rewatching and I realised I had already done a lot of adult-movie parodies, and I figured, ‘Oh, that’s the perfect one to do, because it’s a really popular scene’.

“It’s funny the way people are reacting to it, like ‘She was discovered off a porn parody.’

“And I’m like, ‘No, no, no, that was literally just something I made for my OnlyFans forever ago, and now everyone’s finding it.’”

Chloe Cherry’s PornHub page has over 120 million views.

The Euphoria actor said previously she didn’t see much difference between mainstream acting and porn acting.

“I guess that was just me, maybe. I’m an actress, just through and through an actress. I’ve acted for a long time. And it’s a different experience, but I would just through and through call myself an actress.”

Euphoria

The hit series, now in Season 2, focuses on the life of a group of American teens. Despite constant criticism of the amount of sex and drug use portrayed in the show, it seems an honest, raw and real account of teenage life.

Euphoria must surely by now have set some sort of record for the amount of penis shown in a single series. During some episodes, dicks have almost strobed across the screen. An actor in the first episode of Season 2 took to social media to deny he wore a prosthetic for his dick out scene. But hey. The scene will undoubtedly lead to increased exposure and extra work for model-turned-actor Ansel Pierce.

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