Patti Rhodes and Daughter to Celebrate Fred Lincoln's Life Feb. 10

STUDIO CITY, Calif.—A "Celebration of Life" for veteran adult industry director/producer Fred J. Lincoln will be held on Sunday, February 10, in the banquet hall of the Sportsmen's Lodge, 12833 Ventura Boulevard (corner of Coldwater Canyon Boulevard), from noon to 4 p.m. The event will be presided over by Fred's wife, director Patti Rhodes, and the couple's daughter Angelica. All in the adult industry who knew Fred are requested to attend, and to RSVP that attendance by emailing director Luc Wylder here.

Currently, a schedule of speakers at the event is still being worked out, though besides Patti Rhodes and Angelica Lincoln, several who wish to pay tribute to the showman either in person or via Skype include Lincoln's former wife, actress Tiffany Clark; actors/actresses/directors Veronica Hart, Seka, Shane, Rocco Siffredi, Joey Silvera and Luc Wylder; actresses Vanessa Del Rio, Alexandra Silk and Tori Welles; producer Morty Gordon; and Evil Angel general manager Christian Mann.

Wylder is currently in the process of assembling a video tribute to Lincoln's life, using clips of interviews Lincoln did with filmmaker Wesley Emerson and others, as well as candid photos taken by both industry professionals and friends of the late director. Those who have photos which they wish to be included in that presentation should contact Wylder at the address linked above, or his Facebook page, so arrangements can be made for their use.

"Patti and Angelica are requesting that you come out and support and speak at Fred's memorial," Silk told AVN, noting that an assembly of all of Fred's friends in both the adult and mainstream industries—Fred played the chief villain in Wes Craven's horror classic Last House on the Left—could easily fill the banquet hall.

There will be music, including Fred's favorite song, Sweet Child O' Mine by Guns 'N' Roses, and hors d'oeuvres, so please come out and help remember one of the adult industry's longest-lived veterans, Fred J. Lincoln.

Pictured: Fred Lincoln with fellow directors Bruce Seven and Alex de Renzy.