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This probably shouldn't count because it doesn't meet your first criterion, but I think it is notable. Sylvester Stallone's first film was a (soft-core) adult film called The Party at Kitty and Stud's (1970) (a.k.a. Italian Stallion). He only did it because he was very desperate for money so I wouldn't call him an adult actor.
I do not believe this question is inherently answerable. While we know of successful actors who "Ascribe" to "The Method" we don't have a full list nor we do really have a list of actors who don't. You'd have to basically research each "Successful/Awarded" actor to get their comments on this acting approach. (I suggest using "Inside the Actor's Studio" as ...
The simplest answer? It depends. It may be a request casting, where the performer is specifically asked through their agent to try out for the part. In this case, there may be a formal audition. Or the producer may simply offer to cast the performer without an audition, usually relying on a familiarity with the performer's past work as a basis. Last but ...
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