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Overview (3)

Born in Ohio, USA
Birth NameSharon Louise Cain
Height 5' 6" (1.68 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Sharon Kane was without a doubt one of the single most prolific and ubiquitous actresses in hardcore porn. Born on February 24, 1956 in Ohio, Kane grew up as a tomboy in a rural community with her mother and grandparents. Sharon briefly worked as a secretary for the Salvation Army before beginning her career in the adult entertainment industry in the mid-1970's as an exotic dancer at the theater The Screening Room in San Francisco, California. After making her hardcore debut in Alex de Renzy's Pretty Peaches (1978), Kane went on to act profusely in a slew of X-rated features over the course of several decades that encompass gay, straight, bondage, and even transsexual fare as well as 8mm loops and video productions. Outside of her acting credits, the versatile Sharon also worked on adult movies in a variety of behind-the-scenes capacities that include director, writer, producer, set designer, make-up artist, art director, set decorator, production assistant, and even composer (she often sang and played multiple instruments for the latter). Kane has since retired from the adult film industry and now resides in a remote rural area.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: woodyanders

Spouse (1)

Jerry Anaconda (1996 - present)

Trivia (4)

She and Michael Bruce were lovers beginning in 1981 and remained lovers till his death
Since the early 1990s she has been best known for bisexual and fetish specialty videos.
She and Sharon Mitchell are considered to be the two most prolific actresses in the adult business. Between them, they have appeared in over 1,000 productions.
Her directorial debut was Stairway to Paradise (1991).

Personal Quotes (3)

[on the importance of good working conditions on a hardcore shoot] They're as important, I would say. The script is real important, too. If the script is really awful and you get the feeling that people don't care, then I don't get enthused.
Oh yeah, I've worked with people who have had bad outlooks, been all drugged down and just come on without energy all the way around. It's not that much fun. You can't wait until it's over.
[on pornography in America] It's sort of an abstraction of this society, the way this society looks at sex. It relates back to Christianity, and Catholicism, the whole thing is sexually repressive. You know? And pornography is an outgrowth of that, to me. It's like showing society that hey, it's not bad. Sex is nothing to be ashamed of.

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