Alan Benyak, an actor who stars in Pennsylvania Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf’s ad “Jeeps” also had a lead role as “Mr. Cannibal” in a twisted porn film called Breeding Farm.
In the ad, Benyak — who is in fact a former Army lawyer and former judicial candidate whose Central Pennsylvania practice reportedly includes real estate and estate planning— delivers the message that Wolf served in the Peace Corps.
His theatrical career took a different turn. Breeding Farm’s plot, according to an online summary: “Four friends are kidnapped by a mysterious man. The friends wake up in a basement, and realize they are part of something horrifying. A human breeding farm. They are to be milked, bred, and much, much worse!”
“Mr. Cannibal with his wife are attorneys that fry and eat people,” reads a description of Benyak’s role. “They purchase their ‘stock’s from Farmer.”
The film features Benyak torturing a half-naked woman, buying a woman, force-feeding a woman, engaging in cannibalism, and inspecting a woman as if she is livestock.
Other parts of the film include rape, miking a woman and making them act like farm animals, kidnapping, treating women as livestock, riding a woman, physical abuse, and torture.
The director of Breeding Farm shared a couple tweets noting that it was Benyak in Wolf’s ad, though he is not credited by name.
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