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Bruce Seven died on January 15, 2000 from complications from emphysema and the stroke.
More DetailsHide DetailsSeven was inducted into the X-Rated Critics Organization Hall of Fame in 1993. Two of his films, Aerobisex Girls and the original Loose Ends, are also listed in the XRCO Hall of Fame. Seven is also a member of the AVN (magazine) AVN Hall of Fame. In 2007 he received a posthumous Adam Film World Lifetime Achievement Award.
In 1995, Seven suffered a stroke which left him using a wheelchair.
In 1993, Seven worked with Bionca to launch her new production company, Exquisite Pleasures. He produced and co-directed Takin' It to the Limit with Bionca. The video was Bionca's debut as director and it won the 1994 XRCO Award for Best Video.
Starting in 1990, Seven made films for John Stagliano's Evil Angel Productions as an outside director.
More DetailsHide DetailsFor Evil Angel, he directed bondage films including House of Dark Dreams and lesbian films including Where the Girls Sweat. He also directed several films in the Buttman and 'Buttwoman series.
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