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Extreme Associates, also known as Extreme and Extreme 2.0, is a major pornographic movie producer, featuring a popular catalog of VHS and DVD titles and internet content. It is owned by Rob Zicari ("Rob Black") and his wife Janet Romano ("Lizzy Borden"). It is also closely associated with another adult film company, Evolution Erotica.
Extreme Associates evolved from Rob Zicari's former company, Extreme Video. It became known as Extreme Associates in 1998 when Rob Zicari, Tom Byron, Tiffany Mynx, and Van Damage broke away from Patrick Collins' Elegant Angel company and formed their own corporation. Tom Byron, Van Damage and Tiffany Mynx have since left the company. Janet Romano started to work for Zicari in 1998, first as an actress and then as a director.
In 2003, it was indicted by the U.S. federal government on obscenity charges. The company is known for being controversial, as it has engaged in public relations wars with Vivid Video, Patrick Collins and his company Elegant Angel, Paul Fishbein and his publication Adult Video News, and Larry Flynt.
Extreme Associates has been featured on America's Most Wanted, Nightline with Ted Koppel and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and also in publications such as TIME Magazine and Details Magazine. The company is the subject of the documentaries: PBS Frontline: American Porn and The Porn King vs. The President, and co-owner Lizzy Borden recently stated that there are more documentaries about the company in the process of being filmed.
- 1999 AVN Award - 'Best Gonzo Release' for Whack Attack 2
- 2001 AVN Award - 'Best Vignette Release' for Terrors From The Clit 2
- 2001 AVN award - 'Most Outrageous Sex Scene' for Tyce Bune and Bridgette Kerkove in In The Days of Whore
Extreme 2.0 Filmography
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