Tom Byron was born Thomas Bryan Taliaferro April 4, 1961 in Houston, Texas. Due to his boyish good looks and huge cock, he had no trouble finding a lot of work in "coming of age" style films when he got into porn in the early '80s. His earliest film on record is "Mounds of Pleasure" from 1982. Tom won his first award in 1984 (CAFA for "Private Teacher") and his trophy shelf has been filling up ever since, including his first AVN Award in 1984 for "Kinky Business," several Male Performer Of The Year awards, and plenty of trophies for his acting skills. Most recently, he won Best Actor at the 2011 AVN Awards for his great performance as The Dude in New Sensations' fantastic "The Big Lebowski: A XXX Parody." He is a member of the AVN and XRCO Halls of Fame. In addition to performing, Tom has also directed more than 70 films.
Tom has also moonlighted as a musician and has some bit parts in mainstream Hollywood productions to his credit, including an uncredited performance as a homeless man in "Miracle Mile."