Name: Reverend Cotton Marcus
Location: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Occupation: Preacher, Faith Healer, Exorcist.
Family: Wife, Shanna. Son, Justin.
Why is he a DILF ?: Because he's a smooth talking charlatan who could charm a snake right out of his skin. One part Elmer Gantry, one part Marjoe Gortner, the good Reverend knows how to milk a scam like nobody's business. It does not matter if he's preaching about baking banana bread, or making a few bucks driving imaginary demons out of some country bumpkin, he does it with class and dignity.
Despite his penchant for trickery, Cotton is devoted to his wife and his son (who had a birth defect that lead to the child's loss of hearing). It appears that he works so hard at fooling the masses so that he can bring in money to help with his son's therapy.
A local sensation, Cotton jumped at the chance to be in a documentary film that would not only expose his spiritual quackery, but perhaps serve as a springboard to bigger and better (as well as more legitimate) things.
Armed with his bag of tricks (including his smoking crucifix), Cotton and his film crew go to the home of a simple farmer and his daughter. The farmer feels that his offspring is possessed by a demon. Sensing that this will be his last exorcism, he pulls out all the plugs and gives the locals what they want - engages in some high tech sleight of hand, and proclaims the farmer's daughter free of evil...
...little did he know, however, that he had walked into something much worse than he could imagine, and soon, he finds himself in the midst of a Satanic double cross that will lead to his death.
Let's face it, it's not hard to find this guy attractive; he's self assured, charismatic, and charming. More than that, when the chips are down, instead of turning away and heading for safety, he tries to come to the aid of the allegedly possessed girl. All in all, that's what makes him one sexy DILF in my book!
Played by: Patrick Fabian.