By Daniel A. Kusner Life+Style Editor

Israel Luna launches comedy webisodes; introduces Texas’ newest socialite, Dallas Sheraton

FABULOUS AND DYNAMITE: When she drinks, she loves to fight: Dallas Sheraton (a.k.a. Michael Moran).

Paris Hilton had better watch her back. There’s a new girl who’s putting the “ho” in “hotel heiress.”

Dallas Sheraton is the raunchy, self-absorbed creation of Michael Moran, who performs Wednesday evenings at the Rocket Bar. Earlier this week, the blonde-wigged vamp made her Internet debut on a new collaborative endeavor by local filmmaker Israel Luna (“The Deadbeat Club”).

In June, Luna tested his Web-trafficking powers when he posted “My Apology TO DISD” on his Web site. The hilarious 10-minute short was inspired by Luna’s embitterment after a job offer teaching a summer film class at Thomas Jefferson High School was rescinded. The immediate response of the Internet project fueled his creativity.

The first “webisode” of “The Dallas Sheraton Show” is finished, and it’s an impressive effort: Sheraton has her own theme song. And Luna packs in a lot of production including an homage to Paris Hilton’s original claim to fame: her nightvision sex tape. Luna envisions the “Dallas Sheraton Show” as a sketch-comedy series. He’s currently looking for local writers and actors to join the fun.

While Dallas Sheraton’s name might be on the waiting list for Dallas’ social register, Moran at least has an interesting pedigree: He says his grandmother was the original Darla from “The Little Rascals.”

Daniel A. Kusner



Last month, bodybuilder, trainer and newbie erotic stud Marc Williams (aka Melvyn Miles, pictured) relocated from Dallas and moved to Los Angeles. Williams, who has already worked with Colt, Falcon and Hot House studios, said he was moving to be with boyfriend, gay-porn hottie Marco Paris.

Clearly a rising star, Williams is already branching out. He recently launched his own site, and it’s loaded with goodies including some steamy freebies. Williams outlines that part of his aim is to highlight multicultural erotica.

Locals might want check out the mega preview “Marc & Jordan,” which was shot on location in Palm Springs during the 2006 White Party. Co-star Jordan should look familiar to some Dallasites: The bubble-butt Texan now going by the name Jordan Vaughn is now being represented by gay porn super-agent David Forest.

See for yourself:


This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition, August 18, 2006. siteреклама сайта в google