Aliases: Franceso Malcolm, Francesco Malcolm, F.CO Malcom
Years Active: 1994 - 2013
Born: Nov 27th 1971 / Sagittarius
Birth Place: Bari, Apulia, Italy Italy
Typical Hair Color: Brown
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Francesco Malcom's Porn Star Biography
Francesco Malcom was born in Bari, Italy, but moved to Rome when he was a small child and grew up there. He studied science in school but never had to chance to finish as his path crossed with famous producer Riccardo Schicchi in 1992 and he was seduced into performing in an amateur film about teens. This first XXX experience, albeit amateur, established some contacts for Malcom and garnered him his first professional film, Incontro a Venezia, under the direction of Franco Ludovisi.
Notable Foreign Films
Friendly and efficient, Malcom also boasted the talent of being a good actor, which earned him the attention of a few well known producers, working in films at a time when storyline's and scripts still meant something in the world of pornography. Famous director Mario Salieri showed much interest in Malcom and quickly began to entrust him with leading roles in his biggest films, including Adolescenza perversa, Concetta Licata 3, Il Mondo Perverso delle Miss, and Cronaca Nera 1: Scuole Superiori. Malcom continued to work with foreign production companies throughout his career, with the majority of his films being shot in France and Italy.
American Films and Directing
While Malcom performed many of his roles in countries across the pond, he also appeared in many American productions, as well. He worked with many of the industry's most well known production companies, including Evil Angel, Elegant Angel, Hustler Video, Pleasure Productions, and many more. Notable American titles for Malcom include Sandy Insatiable (Evil Angel), Sleeping Booty (Elegant Angel), Coeds (Wildlife), and Euro Sluts 9: My Friends (Hustler Video). Malcom also stepped behind the camera in 2002 to make his directorial debut on the film Pene Amore e Fantasia for Mario Salieri Entertainment Group. While the film was beautifully shot, it would prove to be Malcom's first and last directorial project.
2003 Ninfa Award for Best Supporting Actor in La Dolce Vita
2004 Ninfa Award for Best Actor