LOS ANGELES — Veteran retired performer Jason Nikas passed away at 51 on Sept. 18, relatives reported.
Nikas had reportedly long been suffering from cancer and had been hospitalized at the time of his passing.
Nikas started his career in adult in 1991 and has almost 200 credits on his IAFD page in gay and bi productions, for top studios such as Vivid, Bi Line, All Worlds, Stallion, Caballero, Odyssey Men, Studio 2000 and Leisure Time. He performed steadily through 2006, with a few other titles coming out in 2008 and 2011.
A blond, fit performer with boyish looks reminiscent of Matt Damon, Nikas excelled in the 1990s and 2000s in clean-cut roles that emphasized the “Abercrombie” ideal of the era.
Nikas was known for his versatility as a performer, comfortable working in bisexual and trans productions as well as gay. He also occasionally performed as a trans woman under the name Ann Drogeny.
He also worked behind the scenes in the industry in several capacities and developed a working partnership with director/performer Karen Dior.
Nikas was also a lifelong artist with a passion for photography.
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