The Early Years
In the late-1960s, Amerson and a partner were running an office in Hollywood, just behind the Crossroads of the World area. They were taking still Polaroid shots for some hard core adult magazines. One day in 1969, John Holmes auditioned for the photo shoot, and when he displayed his inimitable physical endowment, a business relationship which lasted for 20 years was born.
Holmes and Amerson were business partners on various ventures and shared a brotherly and profitable relationship.
In 1971, Holmes was cast in a Bob Chinn film entitled Johnny Wadd. The role made Holmes unbelievably famous, and as his career manager, made Amerson (and Holmes) quite wealthy. From that time in 1971 a roller coaster ride was started, which did not end until 1988 upon Holmes' death from AIDS.
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