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Johnny Sins

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Johnny Sins[1] (birth name Steve Wolfe) is a male pornographic actor who is affiliated with Brazzers, Pornhub and many other sites. He has gained an online following with his share of fans as well as being nominated many awards for his work. Additionally, he has been the subject of several hoaxes and has notably been used as a common means to prank some people and organizations. Pranksters will show people and organizations picture of Sins in costume and make up a backstory for him, sometimes causing the person or organization to repost the picture.


Johnny first began his online pornography career in 2006.

On June 10th, 2015, Pornhub announced the "sexploration" crowdfunding project to make a sex film in space starring Johnny Sins.

Online Relevance

Death Hoax

On February 18th, 2013, an alleged tweet from Brazzers claimed that Sins had died in a car accident (shown below). However, the claims were quickly rejected by Sins' fellow actors Keiran Lee[2] and Lisa Ann[3]. The site "Is X Dead?" made a page for Johnny Sins, with more than 500 users saying he had died[4].

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Johnny Sins himself came out and made a video clarifying he was alright on March 13th, 2013 (shown below). The original tweet has not been proven to have even been posted by Brazzers or had a definite origin and was most likely an edit attempting to spread false news and spark a viral death hoax.

Association With Pranks

Sins has been used several times in pranks in which pranksters make a person or organization retweet or share pictures of Sins. In May of 2021, Intercept reporter Ken Klippenstein got anti-vax author Dr. Naomi Wolf to retweet a made-up anti-vax quote attributed to "Dr. John Sims," pasting the quote over a picture of Sins in a doctor costume.

In November of 2022, the Minnesota Vikings put a picture of Sins on their Jumbotron after Twitter user @KyleRulz4h responded to one of their tweets with a made up story about how Sins was his uncle and a military veteran.

Personal Life

Steve Wolfe was born on December 31st, 1978, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.[5]

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