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Bree Olson

Extremely cute and petite blonde bombshell Bree Olson was born Rachel Marie Oberlin to a single mother on October 7, 1986, in Houston, Texas. Bree was an only child until she was nine (she has a younger sister). Her maternal grandmother was a Holocaust survivor from Ukraine. Bree grew up in Indiana and graduated from Woodlan High School in Woodburn in 2005. Her first job, at age 12, was detailing corn and she worked as a busser when she was 15. She attended Indiana University - Purdue University in Fort Wayne as a pre-med Biology major, but during her second year at college she decided to pursue a career in the adult entertainment industry. Bree started out in the adult industry in 2006 in gonzo-type productions on various Internet websites.

She began performing in hardcore X-rated porno fare in November 2006. She signed a one-year contract with Adam & Eve Productions in 2007 and was Twistys Treat of the Month for June 2007. Bree was the Pet of the Month in the March 2008 issue of "Penthouse" and graced the cover of the March 2008 UK edition of "Hustler." She has also been featured in such men's magazines as "Club," "Rockstar" and "Barely Legal." She won an AVN Award for Best New Starlet in 2008 and went on to win a second AVN Award for Best New Web Starlet the following year, in which she also won the title of Miss FreeOnes.

Olson lived for a while with Charlie Sheen as one of his "goddesses" and has reportedly retired from the adult entertainment industry.

Bettie Page

Bettie Page's life was filled with cult myth, mystery and sadness. Her image captured the imagination of a generation with her free spirit and unabashed sensuality, during an era of strong sexual repression. She was the quintessential pin-up, tacked up on walls in military barracks and garages; five decades later, some feminists still hail her as a pioneer of women's liberation. It has been estimated that over 20,000 photographs of Bettie were taken, and new generations of fans still buy copies by the thousands. Born in Nashville, Tennessee to a part-Cherokee mother, she grew up in a family so poor "we were lucky to get an orange in our Christmas stockings." The family included three boys and three girls, and Page later said her father molested all of the girls. He eventually stole a police car for a cross-country trip, was caught and sent to prison, and for a time Bettie lived in an orphanage. Her parents divorced when she was 10 years old.

In her teens, Bettie acted in high school plays and was a straight-A student. She graduated from the Peabody College for Teachers in Nashville on a Daughters of the American Revolution scholarship in 1944, and went on to study drama in New York City. Her notorious career began one day in October 1950, while on a break from her job as a secretary in a New York office. On a walk along the beach at Coney Island, an amateur photographer admired the 27-year-old's curvaceous body and asked her to pose. Nudity didn't bother her, she said, likening it to Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Her modeling career took off, and she was the centerfold in the January 1955 issue of then-fledgling Playboy magazine.

In 1951, Bettie fell under the influence of Irving Klaw, a photographer. He cut her hair into the dark bangs that became her trademark, and posed her in spiked heels and little else. She also appeared as a performer in over 50 burlesque films. Her photos and films were publicly denounced by civic and religious leaders as "perversion", and Klaw was later arrested for "conspiracy to distribute obscene material" though the United States mail. Bettie was called to testify in a private session. Senator Estes Kefauver of Tennessee, her home state, even launched a congressional investigation against her. Believing that her days as a pin-up were over, Bettie retreated from public view, later saying she was hounded by federal agents. Her early marriage to her high school sweetheart had ended in divorce; she moved to Florida in 1957 and married a much younger man, but that marriage also failed, as did a third, and she suffered a nervous breakdown.

In 1959, she was lying on a sea wall in Key West when she saw a church with a white neon cross on top. She walked inside and became a born-again Christian. After attending Bible school, she wanted to serve as a missionary but was turned down. Instead, she worked full-time for evangelist Billy Graham's ministry. However, a move to Southern California in 1979 brought her more troubles. She was arrested after an altercation with her landlady. Doctors diagnosed her as suffering from acute schizophrenia, and she spent 20 months in a state mental hospital in San Bernardino, and she was subsequently placed under state supervision for eight years.

Her mysterious disappearance from the public eye only fueled the public's fascination. In fact, for two decades no one was sure where she was or even if she was still alive. She resurfaced in the 1990s after being tracked down for a documentary. She occasionally granted interviews and sold autographs, but refused to allow her picture to be taken in her old age. In a 1993 telephone interview, she told a reporter that she was "penniless and infamous." She later hired a law firm to help her recoup some of the profits being made with her likeness. She spent her final years living in Los Angeles with her brother.

After a three-week battle with pneumonia, Bettie Page suffered a fatal heart attack at age 85 on December 11, 2008.

Howard Duff

Tough, virile, wavy-haired and ruggedly handsome with trademark forlorn-looking brows that added an intriguing touch of vulnerability to his hard outer core, actor Howard Duff and his wife-at-the-time, actress Ida Lupino, were one of Hollywood's premiere film couples during the 1950s "Golden Age". Prior to that, Duff had relationships with a number of the cinema's most dazzling leading ladies, including Ava Gardner (just prior to her marriage to musician Artie Shaw) and Gloria DeHaven.

Duff's talent first manifested itself on radio as Dashiell Hammett's popular private eye "Sam Spade" (1946-1950), and eventually extended to include stage, film and TV. While never considered a top-tier movie star and, despite his obvious prowess, never considered for any acting awards, Howard Duff was an undeniably strong good guy and potent heavy but perhaps lacked the requisite charisma or profile to move into the ranks of a Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas or Robert Mitchum. His career spanned over four decades.

His full name was Howard Green Duff and he was born in Bremerton, Washington on November 24, 1913. Growing up in and around the Seattle area, he attended Roosevelt High School where he played basketball. It was here that he also found an outlet acting in school plays and, following graduation, studied drama. He eventually became an acting member of the Repertory Playhouse in Seattle. Military service interrupted his early career and he served with the U.S. Army Air Force's radio service from 1941 to 1945. Upon his discharge, he returned to his acting pursuits and won the role of "Sam Spade" on NBC Radio in the role Humphrey Bogart made famous in The Maltese Falcon. Lurene Tuttle played his altruistic secretary "Effie" on the series. He eventually left the program when his film career settled in and Stephen Dunne took over the radio voice of the detective in 1950 for its final season.

Duff's post-war movie career started completely on the right foot at Universal with the hard-hitting film noir Brute Force, in which he received good notices as an ill-fated cellmate to Burt Lancaster, Charles Bickford and others. Quite well-known for his radio voice by this time, he was given special billing in the movie's credits as "Radio's Sam Spade". This was followed by equally vital and volatile performances in the prescient semi-documentary-styled police drama The Naked City and in Arthur Miller's taut family drama All My Sons starring Lancaster, again, and Edward G. Robinson.

After such a strong showing, Howard career went into a period of moviemaking in which his films were more noted for its entertainment and rousing action than as character-driven pieces. A number of them were routine westerns that paired him opposite some of Hollywood's loveliest ladies: Red Canyon with Ann Blyth, Calamity Jane and Sam Bass with Yvonne De Carlo and The Lady from Texas with Mona Freeman. Other adventure-oriented flicks that more or less came and went included Spaceways, Tanganyika, The Yellow Mountain, Flame of the Islands, Blackjack Ketchum, Desperado (title role), The Broken Star and Sierra Stranger. Howard also began appearing infrequently on the stage in the early 1950s with such productions as "Season in the Sun" (1952) and "Anniversary Waltz" (1954).

Those films that rose above the standard included gritty top-billed roles in Johnny Stool Pigeon, Illegal Entry, Shakedown, Spy Hunt and Woman in Hiding, the last a film noir which paired him with Ida Lupino for the first time. Here, he plays the hero who saves Lupino from a murdering husband (Stephen McNally). In 1951, he married Ms. Lupino, already a well-established star at Warner Bros., who was coming into her own recently as a director. The couple had one daughter, Bridget Duff, born in 1952. Lupino and Duff co-starred in four hard-boiled film dramas during the 1950s -- Jennifer, Private Hell 36, Women's Prison and While the City Sleeps. The demise of the studio-guided contract system had an effect on Howard's film career and offers started drying up in the late 1950s.

Fortunately, he found just as wide an appeal on TV, appearing in a number of dramatic showcases for Science Fiction Theatre, Lux Video Theatre and Climax!. And, in a change of pace, the married couple decided to go for laughs by starring together in the TV series Mr. Adams and Eve. Here, they played gregarious husband-and-wife film stars "Howard Adams" and "Eve Drake". Many of the scripts, though broadly exaggerated for comic effect, were reportedly based on a few of their own real-life experiences. They also guest-starred in an entertaining hour-long episode of the The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour in 1959 with the two couples inadvertently booked at the same vacant lodge, together. The show ends up a battle-of-the sexes, free-for-all with the two gals scheming to add a little romance to what has essentially become a fishing vacation for the guys. The 1960s bore more fruit on TV than in film. Sans Lupino, Duff went solo as nightclub owner "Willie Dante" in the tongue-in-cheek adventure series Dante, which lasted less than a season. A few years later, the veteran co-starred with handsome rookie Dennis Cole in what is perhaps his best-remembered series, the police drama The Felony Squad, which was filmed in and around Los Angeles. Duff directed one of those episodes, having directed several episodes of the silly sitcom Camp Runamuck, a year or so earlier. In between series work were guest assignments on such popular primetime shows as Bonanza, The Twilight Zone, Burke's Law and Combat!.

The marriage of Ida and Howard did not last, however, and the famous married couple separated in 1966 after 15 years of marriage. Ida and Howard didn't officially divorce, however, until 1984. Howard later married a non-professional, Judy Jenkinson, who survived him. While much of Howard's work in later years was standard, if unmemorable, every now and then he would demonstrate the fine talent he was. A couple of his better film performances came as a sex-minded, booze-swilling relative in A Wedding and as Dustin Hoffman's attorney in the Oscar-winning drama Kramer vs. Kramer. He also enjoyed a villainous role in the short-lived series Flamingo Road and had a lengthy stint on Knots Landing during the 1984-1985 season. Duff died at age 76 of a heart attack, on July 8, 1990, in Santa Barbara, California.

Gracie Glam

Lovely and petite brunette knockout Gracie Glam was born Kelly Beekman on September 30, 1990 in Raleigh, North Carolina. She's of Dutch descent. Glam first became involved in the adult entertainment industry when she posed for a nude pictorial for the men's magazine "Score" while studying fashion design at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. Gracie moved to Los Angeles, California on June 1, 2009 and started performing in explicit X-rated fare at age 19 that same year. She initially did girl-girl scenes for Reality Kings. Among the major companies Glam has worked for are Adam and Eve, Hustler, New Sensations, Evil Angel, and Jules Jordan Video. Gracie was nominated for an AVN Award for Best Group Sex Scene in 2010 and subsequently won the AVN Award for Best New Starlet in 2011.

Lexi Love

Lexi Love was born in Boston, Massachusetts and is an American SAG-AFTRA (FILM) actress. She also is a voice actress, singer, painter and entrepreneur. Love's career as an actress started in 1998 at Disney World in Orlando, Florida as Minnie Mouse, Mickey Mouse, and Pooh Bear. Love's rise to fame started in the adult industry in 2004 working with such companies as Brazzers, Wicked, Vivid, PlayBoy, Penthouse and Adam and Eve.

In 2009, Love won the use of her domain name, lexilove.com, for her website from Texas Property Associates, a cybersquatter. The company had registered the domain in 2005, a year after Love started in the adult industry with her name. Even though Love did not register her trademarked name until 2008, the World Intellectual Property Organization ruled that Love had established a common law trademark in her name.

Since 2010 Love's mainstream career has been growing and she has made appearances in an episode of LOOK directed by Adam Rifkin, acted in Eric Sharp's music video for "Help Me', is a voice actress in Rockstar Games GTAV, lead vocalist and songwriter of "On Broken Wings" on Team Cybergeist album "How to Destroy Something Beautiful." Love has also made appearances on Sirius radio shows such as Opie and Anthony, Rude Jude, Shade 45, Howard Stern, The Jason Ellis Show, Bubba the Love Sponge and more. Her next role will be in "Director's Cut" directed by Adam Rifkin and Penn Jillette.

Love became a passionate advocate for sexual health and pro-condom use in adult films and retired from the industry in 2010. She then opened a consulting company for entrepreneurs and continues to focus on mainstream film projects. In 2013 Love became the owner and CEO of Exotic Interludes - manufacturer of an adult relationship themed board game.

In 2013 Love began producing VeganKitchen.tv, promoting veganism at a variety of vegan and non-vegan restaurants. The show focused on the ease of the lifestyle and encouraged viewers to try cooking vegan meals at home. Later that year, Love began producing the podcast Double Feature. The next year the hosts announced she would be returning as an executive producer.

In 2014 she was named spokesperson for Passionate Playground's groundbreaking new product, Joyboxx(TM)with Playtray(TM) - The world's first hygienic adult 'toy' storage system.

She is the founder of Lexi Love e-commerce site, where her one-of-a-kind paintings and photography are sold.

Alexis Ford

Alexis Ford was born on April 24, 1988 in Glendale, New York. Ford attended Catholic school in Queens, New York -- she was a member of the National Honor Society in grade school -- and nursing school in Miami, Florida. Her first job was working for the restaurant chain Outback Steakhouse. Alexis began her career in the adult entertainment industry working as a stripper at bachelor parties. Ford went on to do nude modeling for such noted erotic photographers as Suze Randall, Holly Randall, and Stephen Hicks after her sister, a former nude model who used the name Elita Moore, advised her to pursue a career in the adult film business. Alexis signed an exclusive contract with the top company Adam & Eve in September, 2009. This contract was renewed by Adam & Eve in October of the following year. Other major companies Ford has appeared in X-rated features for are Girlfriends Films, Elegant Angel, FM Concepts, Smash Pictures, and West Coast Productions. Moreover, Alexis was the Pet of the Month in the June, 2012 issue of Penthouse magazine. Nominated for an AVN Award for Best New Starlet in 2011, Ford won the AVN Award for Best Boy/Girl Sex Scene in 2013.

Briana Banks

Tall (5'9"), leggy and busty blonde bombshell Briana Banks was born Briana Bany to an American mother and German father on May 21, 1978, in Munich, Germany. Her family moved to Britain when she was four, and three years later moved to Simi Valley, California. The slender green-eyed beauty did some modeling when she was a teenager and graced the cover of "Teen" magazine. Briana and her younger sister moved out of their mother's house when Briana was 16, and she got custody of her sister when she was 18. Briana made pizzas and worked at an arts-and-craft store, was a file clerk at an insurance company and a secretary at a cosmetics company prior to becoming involved in the adult film industry.

She began performing in explicit hardcore movies at age 21, using the name Mirage in August 1999, and has worked for such major adult-film studios as Wicked, Metro, Elegant Angel and Adam and Eve, and signed an exclusive contract with Vivid Entertainment in April 2001. She was the Pet of the Month in the June 2001 issue of "Penthouse."

In 2002 Briana was one of the first porn starlets to have an action figure made in her likeness by the Los Angeles-based company Cyber F/X and Sota Toys. She contributed to the 2004 book "How to Have a XXX Life: The Ultimate Vivid Guide." She was inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame in 2009.

Jenni Lee

Gorgeous and shapely auburn-haired brunette knockout Jenni Lee was born Stephanie Sadorra on February 11, 1982 in Clarksville, Tennessee. She's of mixed Irish, German, and Puerto Rican descent. Jenni worked as a mainstream model (she was a model for one of the top modeling agencies in Tennessee at age 19), TV commercial actress, and stripper prior to her involvement in the adult film industry. Lee first began performing in explicit hardcore movies at age 21 in 2003; she appeared in X-rated pictures for such major companies as Hustler, Penthouse, Combat Zone, New Sensations, and Adam and Eve. She was nominated for an AVN Award for Best Couples Sex Scene - Video in 2008. Lee retired from the adult film industry in 2009 to concentrate instead on a career as a professional model. Jenni resides in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Abbey Brooks

Cute, busty, and sexy 5'7" blonde bombshell Abbey Brooks was born on February 17, 1983 in Chicago, Illinois. She's of Native American descent. Abbey grew up as an only child in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan, where she was raised Catholic and attended private schools. She started modeling at age seven. Following graduation from high school, Brooks went on to college and earned a degree in Business Management. After beginning her career in the adult entertainment industry as a nude model, Abbey began performing in explicit hardcore movies in 2006. She has appeared in X-rated features for such notable companies as Brazzers, Vivid, Elegant Angel, and Adam and Eve. Brooks was the Danni Girl of the Month for August, 2007 and was nominated for an AVN Award for Best Group Sex Scene in 2009.

Austyn Moore

Lovely and petite 5'1" blonde bombshell Austyn Moore was born on May 6, 1981 in Palm Beach, Florida. Austyn began her career in the adult entertainment industry doing nude modeling on her website. This led to her posing for nude lay-outs in various men's magazines; among said publications she has been featured in and/or graced the covers of are Hustler, Oui, Cheri, Playboy, and High Society. Moreover, she holds the distinction of appearing on the covers of four different men's magazines all in the same month. Moore started performing in explicit hardcore fare in her mid 20s in 2005. Austyn has worked as a contract girl for both Adam & Eve and Hustler. She was a FAME Award finalist for Rookie Starlet of the Year in 2006 and was nominated for an AVN Award for Best Actress - Video in 2007. In addition, Moore has also co-hosted a radio show with Carmen Luvanna on the station KSEX and had a recurring role on Spike TV's "Fresh Baked Video Games."

Stephen Walker

With more than 15 years experience across TV, film and stage, Stephen trained at the Urdang Academy of Performing arts, and the acclaimed Actor's Temple.

He appeared in his first feature film at the age of sixteen (Different for Girls) and has had numerous roles in short and long-form films, most recently A Wedding Most Strange which is showcasing at this year's Montreal Film Festival .

Stephen recently took the lead role in an acclaimed short film about sexual mores. Identity Crisis premiered at the Iris Prize film festival before going on to be chosen forGFEST. The film also took first prize at the Ffresh Film festival.

Stephen has also appeared in dozens of commercials around the world.

As a performer Stephen has appeared on stage in the UK's leading performance venues such as Wembley Stadium and the O2; he also played the lead in Adam and Eve at the Royal Albert Hall.

Stephen is currently filming for the 3rd series of Word on the Street - a BBC Worldwide program to be broadcast on 47 partner stations around the globe. He plays the male lead in the series which combines drama with real life situations to help young English

Kayla Paige

Buxom, gorgeous, and shapely 5'7" brunette knockout Kayla Paige was born Michaela Flippen on May 8, 1983 in Santa Clarita, California. Kayla first began performing in explicit hardcore movies at age 19 in 2007; she has appeared in X-rated features for such notable companies as Brazzers, Pink Visual, Wicked Pictures, Adam and Eve, and Jill Kelly Productions. Moreover, Paige has also worked as a model and featured dancer. The men's magazines Kayla has posed for include Club, Hustler, Penthouse, and Genesis. In addition, Paige was the Danni Girl of the Month for May, 2007. Kayla was nominated for an AVN Award for Best All-Girl Group Sex Scene in 2011. She enjoys singing and dancing. Paige resides in Los Angeles, California and runs her own racy official website.

Annie Body

Lusty, busty, and petite 5'2" redhead Annie Body was born on October 14, 1968 in Phoenix, Arizona. Annie began her career in the adult entertainment industry working as a cocktail waitress at a strip club in Arizona before eventually becoming a dancer and phone sex therapist/personality. Ms. Body began running her website in 2000 and soon moved to Hollywood, CA. There she started performing in explicit hardcore movies in her early 30s; she has worked for such major companies as VCA, Sin City, Wildlife, Adam and Eve, Vivid, Score, and many others. She has two tattoos and piercings in her tongue, navel, and clitoris. Moreover, Annie is also the first female owner of a wrestling federation; she's the owner and president of the Outlaw Wrestling Federation with main headquarters located in Los Angeles, California

Dani Jensen

Cute and petite 5'1" redhead knockout Dani Jensen was born on December 26, 1987 in California. Jensen majored in communications in college. She started out in the adult entertainment industry as a dancer. Dani began performing in hardcore X-rated features at age 21 in 2008; she has worked for such major companies as Hustler, Adam and Eve, Jules Jordan Video, Naughty America, and New Sensations. Jensen and fellow porn starlet Chanel Preston were the trophy girls for the 2010 FAME Awards. Moreover, Dani was nominated for an XBIZ Award for New Starlet of the Year that same year. She not only has a tattoo of a flower on her left ankle, but also a pierced nose, tongue, and navel. Jensen lives in North Hollywood, California.

Ava Rose

Gorgeous, buxom, and shapely brunette knockout Ava Rose was born Nadja Verebely on February 9, 1986 in Sutton, Alaska. Rose moved to Las Vegas, Nevada at age ten and lost her virginity at age sixteen. Ava and her younger sister Mia Rose started out in the adult entertainment industry working as strippers in Reno, Nevada and were approached by an agent through MySpace. Rose began modeling nude for adult websites in January, 2006 and began performing in explicit hardcore movies at age twenty in March, 2006. That same year Ava signed an exclusive contract with the top company Adam & Eve Pictures; she became a free agent who's represented by the major agency L.A. Direct Models after said contract expired in July, 2008. She did her first anal sex scene for Elegant Angel in June, 2009. Moreover, Rose was nominated for both a XRCO Award and an AVN Award for Best New Starlet in 2007. Ava has several tattoos and a pierced navel.

Colton Tapp

Recent winner of the best actor award by the Dallas Horror Film Festival and winner of 2nd Best Film at Rack Focus Film Festival, Colton Tapp was raised on a cow ranch in Dallas, TX and was a charmer from an early age. In fact, one of his first memories was kissing Wheel of Fortune's very own Vanna White at the age of 2 during a "Most Beautiful Baby" contest in Dallas, in which Colton placed 1st. They agreed their relationship had reached a plateau and parted ways.

In high school, Colton was the morning anchor for the school's TV News program where he also directed and acted in skits and commercials to sell more cookies for the cafeteria and promote school dances. Following graduation, Colton tried his hand in business, when he started a paintball and skateboard retail store in his hometown. At request of the mayor, he was given the responsibility of designing the city's first skate park, running a tag of $1M for the finished project and at the peak of it's run, Colton was operating with employees at several locations.

Now, the rising actor has starred in multiple feature films, including "Three Days In August" where he appeared in Variety Magazine for starring with Barry Bostwick and Mariette Hartley. Other films include "Pi Day Die Day" and "Solar Eclipse". Playing a young, masculine guardian, he also landed a part as series regular in the series, "Believe" about Adam and Eve in modern times. Working on independent projects, simultaneously, Colton's taken home awards like "Best Actor" and "2nd Best Film" for performances from creepy young father to drugged-out teen brother.

Today, Colton continues his work as an actor, writer and model and continues to build his following through each new film or series.

Catherine Lacy

Catherine Lacy received critical acclaim as a "feverish conspirator" from Playboy Magazine and was noted as "drawing the bigger laughs as a fickle housewife" from the New York Times She has continued to garnish Critical acclaim as a steamy, quirky, and offbeat, sidekick in numerous Theatre and film reviews. Catherine Lacy is of Choctaw Heritage from Oklahoma, but left her fathers side of the family there to be raised in Las Vegas, Nevada by her mothers side and 85 relatives. After growing up in the city of lights and showbiz, Catherine Lacy was cast in the infamous "Tom Jones" lounge show where she was pick up by Joseph Chaikins "Open Theatre" to appear in Zabriskie Point with Director Michelangelo Antonio. Knowing she was destined for an acting career, her professor from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, arranged her initial introduction to a world leader in the Arts. Julliard. Lacy established herself as a resident of The Big City at the Barbizon Hotel for Women. where she was quoted as saying, "if it's good enough for Sylvia Plath, it's good enough for me." Having worked with some Star-Studded Actors such as Mickey Rourke in "Tobacco Road" to the Pulitzer Prize winning writer, Charles Gordone. He cast and directed her in the National Tour of "No place to be Somebody" then subsequently "Golden Boy" where she won critical acclaim on the cover of the "Arts and Leisure Section" of the New York Times. She was then applauded for a two One-Act run with Michael Nader, call Adam and Eve and "Full Moon and High Tide in the Ladies Room" with Ellen Barkin. Cementing her theatrical family in New York for fifteen years she became a lifetime member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre, where she performed in over twenty plays, most unforgettably being "Lifeboat Drill" directed by Curt Dempster. Other notable credits include the premiere of "Goose and Tom Tom" with Oscar winning, Christine Lahti, "Abduction" with the late Golder Globe winner, Gregory Rosakis. "Groove Tube" with Chevy Chase and "You Can't Hurry Love" with Charles Grodin and Sally Kellerman. She also appeared in episodes on "The Drew Carey Show" and was an Original cast member of "Best Little Whorehouse in Texas at the Actors Studio. Now, also being a member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre in Los Angeles, she has been cast in their popular series called "True Story" which premieres August 9, at 7:30. Not to mention her professors from Julliard, she continued her studies over the years with legends from Stella Adler, Michael Howard to Uta Hagen, and is now completing her MFA in Playwriting. If that's not enough, Lacy is in pre-production for a new Web Series and a Feature Film. The Web Series is called, "Odes;" in which, Lacy is a moderator, and producer for the series. The launch of the first episode is tentatively set for the Fall of 2015. Stay tuned for "Odes" on CatherineLacy.com. The feature is a film version of the play that she did called "Full Moon and High Tide in the Ladies Room" which is written and directed by Marcia Haufrecht. This film goes into production early 2016 with a release date later the same year.

Alan Stafford

Alan discovered an ad in Xbiz magazine from LA Direct Models, a reputable modeling agency and from there, things took off. In contrast to his background, Alan presents a completely well-meaning persona to the camera with a much-desirable and perhaps coveted muscular physique and handsome face. He is also a fan of independent and foreign films and enjoys classical literature. Since 2006, Alan has amassed well over 140 credits in productions with popular studio companies such as Evil Angel, Digital Sin, Wicked Pictures, Brazzers, Hustler Video, Adam & Eve and Penthouse. He has even shown his talent for modeling as he as appeared in Playgirl Magazine.

Naomi Banxx

Tall, buxom, and shapely African-American stunner Naomi Banxx was born on October 14, 1972 in Chicago, Illinois. Banxx had a conservative upbringing and was a social worker with a Masters degree in social work prior to her involvement in the adult entertainment industry. Naomi moved to Los Angeles, California in the mid 90s and started out in the adult industry in 2001. Banxx first began performing in explicit hardcore movies in her mid 30s in 2006; she has worked for such top companies as Vivid, Hustler, Elegant Angel, and Adam and Eve. She has two tattoos and has been nominated for several AVN Awards. Naomi won the Urban X Award for Best MILF Performer in 2009; she went on to win two additional Urban X Awards for Best Anal Sex Scene and Female Performer of the Year in 2011. Moreover, Banxx not only runs her own official website and production company That's Common Productions, but also is an accomplished singer and musician with her own music label.

Lily Thai

Lovely and petite 5'3" brunette Lily Thai was born Mariza Haley on November 7, 1981 in Honolulu, Hawaii. She's of mixed Italian, Filipino, and Hawaiian descent. Lily was raised in Austin, Texas. She worked as a food server at a Sizzler restaurant and as a dancer at local strip clubs while attending college in Austin prior to her involvement in the adult film industry. Thai began performing in explicit hardcore movies in her early 20s in 2003; she has worked for such top companies as Vivid, Hustler, Wicked, Diabolic, Digital Sin, and Adam and Eve. Lily was nominated for three AVN Awards in 2005 for Best New Starlet, Best Tease Performance, and Best All-Girl Sex Scene - Video. Moreover, Thai has several tattoos and piercings in her tongue, nipples, and clitoris.

Ali Hatami

Abbas Ali Hatami was born in Tehran, Iran in 1944. He graduated from the College of Dramatic Arts and began his professional career as a writer of short TV screenplays and also as a playwright. Among his plays are: The Demon and the Bald Hassan, Adam and Eve, The Fisherman's Story, City of Oranges, Talisman and Silk. He began his professional film career in 1970 by writing and directing Hassan, the bald. In the following years, he developed a personal style that was characterized by melodious dialogue, traditional Iranian ambiance created through architecture and set design. His last film, World Champion Takhti, remained unfinished because of his death in 1996 due to cancer.

Rebecca Parr

Rebecca Parr is a professionally trained British actress and voice artist in Auckland, New Zealand. For the past four years she has been living and working in Beijing, China as a full time freelance professional actress. Now in New Zealand, she is continuing her career as a film, television, theatre and voice actress. She graduated from Bath Spa University in England with a BA (Hons) Acting in 2007. She also holds a Diploma with Distinction in Radio Broadcasting. Whilst in Beijing, she was an active member of the Beijing Actors Workshop, Beijing Playhouse and Monster Down! Theatre.Rebecca has been cast in lead and supporting roles in a diverse range of characters in over 40 productions in the past 4 years in theatre, film, and television. Rebecca has won many awards for her acting: 1st prize at the Beijing Idols Competition in 2010, and as Part of Beijing Innovative Theatre Experience "Fish Out Of Water" festival: . Best Lead Actress for "Amanda" in Weekly Acid Test in 2011 . Best Lead Actress for "Magdalene York" in Cast Out in 2011 . Best Supporting Actress for "Turtle" in The Diaries of Adam and Eve in 2011


Gaia is an American porn star and exotic dancer of South Korean descent. Her parents adopted her raising her in Minneapolis. She lives in Las Vegas, but often travels to Los Angeles for video shoots.

Gaia has worked for numerous adult entertainment companies including Hustler Video, Adam & Eve Pictures, Vivid Entertainment, X-Play, Evil Angel, Immoral Productions, Devil's Films, and Mike Adriano Media.

Charlie Recksieck

Charlie Recksieck is the lead singer, keyboardist and primary songwriter for the band, The Bigfellas. Recksieck and The Bigfellas both appear in a 2011 documentary about suicide, Don't Change The Subject - the band contributes 2 songs to the soundtrack and Recksieck wrote the score for the movie.

The band and Recksieck released an indie EP in 2003 (Clap!) and their first album, Chubbed Up in 2008. They also have an EP from 2009 (I Wish That I Were Gay). The band is known for humorous songs such as "On The Green" (a golf rap), "4:20", "Adam & Eve & Ted & Alice" and "I Wish That I were Gay". The Bigfellas have been described as "Steely Dan for the Pabst Blue Ribbon crowd" while Recksieck himself has been referred to in the LA Weekly as "Zevonesque".

Jade Starr

Jade Starr is a Los Angeles-based adult-film model who originally came from a small town in Georgia. She started out in the fetish/alternative scene but quickly made a name for herself in the mainstream adult scene. She is known for her hot g/g scenes and in a short time of living in Los Angeles she has already worked with some of the biggest names and companies in the industry, including Hustler, VCA, Club Jenna, Penthouse, Adam and Eve and, most recently, Andrew Blake. Jade has over a dozen movies out and many more on the way.

Eric B. Ramsey

Eric B. Ramsey is originally from Birmingham, AL, and is the middle child of nine children. After High School, he began his professional career as a football player with Auburn University, and subsequently he was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in 1991. After receiving an injury while with the Chiefs he retired from football, and moved to Maryland. Once in Maryland Eric began receiving offers to model professionally, and act in the television and film industry, and that is when his focus changed from sports to the entertainment arena.

In 2005, Mr. Ramsey relocated to Los Angeles, CA where he quickly found his other talents for filmmaking, writing, and producing. In 2007, Eric wrote and executive produced the short film The Promise, which is based on his own personal experiences with college and professional football.

He then went on to write and produce the short film My Brothar's Keeper, which is also loosely based on Eric's personal life experiences. In 2010, he co-wrote, executive produced and starred in Black Rain. Eric wrote, directed, and produced Unspeakable Indiscretions that is receiving rave reviews throughout film festivals across the country. There is just no stopping this creative genius. While one film is still in the festivals, Eric just recently wrote, produced and directed CainAbel, a modern-day version of the biblical story about Adam and Eve's sons.

Eva D'Almeida

Eva Sarah d'Almeida is a French mixed-race comedian, singer, scriptwriter, songwriter and dancer born May 8th, 1990 ( Congo, Brazzaville). Eva started comedy and singing at the age of 10 in Jean Mermoz school. Two years later, she discovered the circus world. At the same time, she took drama courses and dance courses. Eva wrote her first TV show "Dakota" inspired by a famous novel in 2008. A few years later, she recorded her first single with Dj Maker and in 2010 her first album named: Acoustic Zone was released.

While the releasing of Acoustic Zone,she has studied law in Sophia Antipolis University.

In 2012, she has passed the casting for musical show Adam & Eve by ,a musical comedy written by French artist Pascal Obispo.

After studying Law, Eva has continued to write movies and in 2013 she finished up her first full length film , a romantic comedy untitled "No Baby , No Wedding ( or nearly).

In 2013,at the birth of her daughter,she made a break of two years. In 2015 she came back and started shooting movies and singing again. She has appeared in Short films like Triangle (2015) or Funerailles( Funerals).She has also danced in a video Clip for Falakost a dance hall artist. In April 2015, she was Finalist in "Prends Ton Envol"(Take your flight) ,a Song Contest organized in Montreuil, France by Albatros studio

Erin Cronican

Currently residing in New York City, and starring in film, television and theater projects, including musicals.

Erin Cronican was raised in San Diego, California and has been acting/singing/dancing since the age of 9. She's an alum of Orange Glen High School and received her Bachelor's Degree in Theatre (Acting) from Pepperdine University, where she was honored with the Mary Pickford Scholarship for Excellence in Theatre. A proud member of SAG, AFTRA and AEA, Erin has performed with some of the finest theatres in New York, Los Angeles, San Diego and beyond.

Erin also has a prolific career on-camera, landing a recurring role on the hit CW television series "Veronica Mars" as Wiedman's Assistant, and playing multiple principal roles on "One Life to Live" from 2008-present. She has also been seen in leading roles in independent feature and short length films, including "Cold Souls" and "Playing Doctor." In addition, she has done countless work in commercials and industrials.

Notable theatre credits include the first ever revival of "Subways Are For Sleeping," the national tour of "Suds, the Rockin' 60s Musical Soap Opera," as well as "The Last Five Years," "Angels in America," "South Pacific," "Evita," "Camelot," "The Wizard of Oz," "Pieces" (for which she won an Outstanding Performance Award), "Avow," "Wit," "King Lear," "The Diaries of Adam and Eve," "Macbeth," "The Good Doctor," and "A Doll's House." She has also written and starred in two solo cabarets: "Thank You, Next!" and "The Callback.

While off stage or set, Erin is a career coach for actors through her company. The Actors' Enterprise, helping actors set goals, organize their business, and create a plan of action with easy tools that can help take them to the next level.

Erin is also an award-winning theatre director and producer.

Ramzy Sweis

Ramzy Sweis has had a frivolous 32 years recently relocating to Chicago after 2+ years in greater Los Angeles. Worked odd jobs in construction; a degree Arabic; on a screenplay contest panel; a pantry-cook. A trained boxer. He studied at 6 alternate universities. His script, You Can't See God, won awards from Chicago Screenwriter's Network (whom he was then hired by) to Tribeca! He directed, starred & edited a biopic on tinnitus (which he suffers from), an original + sequel docu-narrative on a comedian who suffers from myocognitive autism. He completed shooting a stand-up comedy reality show: "I Never Repeat A Joke" with 83 episodes at 53 locations across the Atlantic. He has been interviewed on nearly 70 podcasts + radio stations across 8 countries. 83 being the year he was born & he adopted the N.R.A.J. religion. At 19, he submitted a novella - Joy, Faith, Hope, June & Grace - to Vanity Press (received rave reviews by its' readers (which were about 18 neighbors). He penned Abe's Song (Lincoln was known to be intimate with Will Herndon. Ramzy went a stretch further pondering if Will is black or how black he could have been construed.) Lastly he has penned 2 sequels - Dule Bay + Future of the Vagrants - about hannibals being born into the industrial revolution at a time when Earth was 1 continent. Also Men Vs Women: The Beginning + Tease Me Angry - about how Adam & Eve were African American & our rulers in the modern day.

Richard Leone

Upon graduating valedictorian of his University, Richard Leone scrapped his plans to attend law school and returned to his first love - music. While on scholarship as a singer, he took a road trip with friends and accepted a dare to audition for a summer-stock festival along the way. A week later, Leone received an invitation to join the Texas Shakespeare Festival. Unaware at the time, he had been chosen from over 1000 young hopefuls from New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Texas. During the four production summer, Leone caught the attention of the music director who recommended him for the graduate acting program at the University of Houston. Leone drove to Houston to audition for the graduate school and its upcoming production. He was immediately accepted into the program and cast in "Much Ado About Nothing".

On opening night, Edward Albee sat in attendance. Several weeks later, Albee cast Richard Leone as the lead character in a production at "Stages Repertory Theatre". Leone was signed by the best agency in town, took his M.F.A. degree, and landed a principal part in the only feature film shooting in Houston at the time Killing the Badge. In that action film, Leone portrayed C.I.A. hitman Jackson Bright.

Uninspired by industrials, Leone sent his reel off for a California production of "Hamlet". Knowing he was up against every starving actor in L.A., he promptly forgot about the tape and began feeding himself by singing with the "Houston Grand Opera". During opening week, Leone received an invitation to come to California where he was offered the role of "Laertes". He wrapped up his musical committments, loaded everything he could fit into his car, and drove to L.A.. Upon wrapping "Hamlet", Leone was cast as "Adam" in "The Diaries of Adam and Eve". He followed that tour with the lead in the Jackson Douglas film "Guerrilla Filmmaking" (2002), where he headed up a cast which included improv giant Will Sasso.

Recently, Richard Leone dropped to 5% bodyfat to portray Eric Delgado - a solemn young actor with a Bruce Lee fixation - to hysterically accurate results. That performance can be seen in the Tyrone Tann docudrama P.O.V.: The Camera's Eye. In that movie, Leone executes a 20 minute continuous take with absolutely no cuts whatsoever. The improvised take is one of the longest of its kind in cinematic history. He quickly followed that performance with the sale of his first screenplay - an original dramatic mystery - to Nelson Films Incorporated. The script went for an undisclosed amount, but Leone's salary may soon be revealed. He is attached to portray the title character.

Ryan Peck

Ryan was born in Ft. Worth, Texas. Ryan started acting at the age of 8 on stage. His first role was the Serpent in the story of Adam and Eve.

He spent his maturing years in the rural community of Collinsville, Texas. Here he learned the values of friendship, perseverance, and hard work. Playing sports, acting, and making the grades was challenging, but also very rewarding. He then took his love for acting into competitions throughout high school.

Ryan decided to attend Stephen F. Austin State University where he joined the Greek life and became a member of Alpha Tau Omega. He also participated as a teaching assistant, freshman camp counselor, and on the homecoming committee. Ryan received a bachelors in Marketing and then continued his education receiving a Masters in Business and a minor in Theatre.

After graduating from college he is now living in California as a working actor.

Donna Lynn

Short (5'3"), but buxom and shapely blonde bombshell Donna Lynn was born on September 21, 1936 in Walukee, Oklahoma. Lynn was working as a cocktail waitress at the supper club The Cloister on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood, California when she was chosen to be the Playmate of the Month in the November, 1959 issue of "Playboy." Donna's sole foray into film acting was a secondary part as Wednesday in the ill-received lowbrow comedy romp "The Private Lives of Adam and Eve."

Martin E. Caan

Martin Caan is the former President of Kings Road Entertainment; a formerly NASDAQ listed film Production Company. He was an executive at the William Morris Agency, President of Production at Martin Bregman Productions, and a Producer for Warner Brothers and Artisan. Mr. Caan has a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and attended the Yale School of Drama, where he majored in Arts Administration. Among the pictures that Mr. Caan either represented, financed, supervised or produced in his duties as agent, executive and producer are Officer and a Gentleman, Gorky Park, Revenge of the Nerds, Pope Of greenwich Village, Missing, the Big Easy, All of Me, Scarface, Sweet liberty, Jackknife, Thief of Hearts, Kickboxer, Blood of Heroes, showdown in Little Tokyo, Pentathlon, National Lampoon's Adam and Eve and many more. Many of these pictures involved major stars and major studio financing and distribution, and many were independently financed though negative pickup deals, foreign presales, broadcast, cable and video output deals, gap financing, bank loans and equity. He is a member of the Executives Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Maria Karel

Maria Karl Vatsulka / stage name Maria Karel / was born on January 29, 1927 in Sofia, Bulgaria. She graduated from the National Academy for Theatre and Film Art, Sofia, Bulgaria in the Acting class of Professor Krastyo Mirski in 1958. She has played in the following theaters: Pleven Dramatic Theater,1958 - 1959: "The Iron Candlestick" - Niya; "Adriana Boudevska" Dramatic Theater, Bourgas, 1960- 1965: "Vacation in Arco Iris" - Pilar; "Divine Comedy" - Eve, "When Roses Dance" ; "Boyan Danovski" Pernik Dramatic Theater, 1966 - 1986: "Mary Tudor" - Mary Tudor, "Sadal and Orpheus" - Corsibleppa, "The Man Eater" - Yota, "A Double Bed for Adam and Eve","The Condemned of Altona". She has played in the following films: "Monkeys in Wintertime /the grandma/ - 2006, Kare /Olga's voice/ - 2002, Vampires, Ghouls - 1992, The Neighbor - 1988, The Echelons /Leon's wife/- 1986, The Salvation - 1984, The Golden River - 1983, I Killed No One - 1983, The Grand Piano - 1979, Swap - 1978, A Year of Mondays - 1977,A Bright Example /the mother teacher/ - 1976, The Last Bachelor - 1974, The Fortress Guard /Pepa/ - 1974, Ivan Kondarev - 1974, Exams at any Odd Time /Mitko's mother/ - 1973, The Best Person I Know /the math teacher/ - 1973, Freedom or Death 1969, At Every Kilometer /Olga/ 1969, A Favorite No. 13 - 1958. She died on 01 May 2016 in Sofia, Bulgaria

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