Madison Harris

Biography

Golden Globe winner Michael Moriarity called Madison a “Free Spirit.” One of Aaron Spelling’s top executives called him “A gift to the world.” Rare talent, the last true Renaissance man, Madison Harris.

Blues singer, saxophonist, gallery portrait artist, professional boxer, a movie producer, writer (stage and screen), professional actor, director, composer, editor, jazz/hip-hop/exotic (Chippendale) dancer, one time novitiate in Catholic Seminary, pimp, street hustler, stock broker, Corporate CEO/President, philanthropist, author; “Who is” Madison Harris?

A modern day Casanova; Casanova’s exploits pale in comparison to Maddy’s. One of Detroit’s original “Rude Boys,” Madison searched the globe, exploring exotic women worldwide, looking for the “perfect girl.” His life experiences are unmatched. He penned his first novel “Gigolo Tales,” part one of a scorching trilogy chronicling his fantastic “Voyage through Vagina’s” (as he calls it) available later this year.

Where to find Madison Harris online

Twitter: @maddyharris711
Facebook: Facebook profile

Books

White Women, Black Men: Essential Reading for All White Women
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 31,120. Language: English. Published: December 13, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Sex and Relationships  » Sex guides & how tos, Nonfiction » Sex and Relationships  » Women's sexuality
Loved "Fifty Shades of Grey"? Then you must read this book! “White Women & Black Men,” is a concise, comprehensive compendium on finding, keeping and pleasuring the Black Man. Take a journey through the scorching sexual past of an international “black” gigolo. Learn how you can achieve explosive sex with the most dangerous, exotic creature of all… the “Black Man!” No other body of work comes near

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