Billy Brandt was an exotic dancer in the Midwest when he sent his photos to Falcon and instantly found himself on the box cover of Absolute Arid (FVP 127), one-half of Falcon's big film duo of 1999, the complement being Absolute Aqua (FVP 126). Billy became an instant sensation as a bad boy whose temperament and off-screen escapades contrasted with his angelic appearance, highlighted by blue-green eyes, golden curls and an 8-inch cock. When it came to his hole, Billy was famously averse to letting anything like a finger or a cock get near it. He was supposed to bottom for Jeremy Jordan in No Way Out (FVP 129), but he made such a screaming fuss that it killed the scene. Falcon yanked it from the VHS version of the film, but included it as an extra on the DVD version. Billy tried once more to come to grips with his fear of being penetrated in 2006, in From Top to Bottom (FVP 169), his last film for Falcon. Once again he takes it like a wuss, but this time the scene didn't end up on the cutting room floor. Erik Rhodes was the top.