Amber Lynn Poster


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Overview (3)

Born in Newport Beach, California, USA
Birth NameLaura Lynn Allen
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Adult-/mainstream-film star Amber Lynn was born in California. In the early 1980s she was a bikini and figure model in Los Angeles and part of the notorious Sunset Strip club scene when she met Althea Flynt, wife of "Hustler" magazine publisher Larry Flynt. She did some photo spreads for Hustler, taken by famed photographer Clive McLean, then did shoots for "Chic", "Penthouse", "Playboy", "High Society" and "Club" men's magazines. She soon got into the adult-film business, debuting in Bobby Hollander's Personal Touch III (1983). She spent the next few years in the adult-film business, then crossed over to become a featured dancer on the "gentleman's club" circuit--the first adult-film star to do so. She was earning up to $25,000 a week performing in clubs all over the US and Canada, to packed houses.

In addition to her adult work, she has had parts in several non-adult Hollywood productions--she belongs to SAG and AFTRA--such as 52 Pick-Up (1986) with Roy Scheider and directed by John Frankenheimer, and Evils of the Night (1985) with John Carradine and Julie Newmar. She has appeared on TV on The Man Show (1999) with Adam Carolla and Jimmy Kimmel and has guest-starred as herself in Who's Jenna...? (2018) from Lionsgate. She had a cameo in Season 2 of the Netflix series The Kominsky Method (2018) as Michael Douglas' fantasy girl, who may be the one to save him from a sudden terminal illness diagnosis; she is featured via her 1990 "Hustler" centerfold, "Both Ends Smoking." She also got a tribute on the final episode of HBO's The Deuce (2017),

She is a member of the Adult Video News (AVN) Hall of Fame and received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Free Speech Coalition (FSC). She has been a vocal opponent of the Los Angeles "Safer Sex in the Adult-Film Industry" initiative, which would mandate condom use in adult films shot in Los Angeles County. Since 1992 she has been involved in the Youth AIDS Foundation of Los Angeles, the first charity to accept contributions from the adult industry.

Amber Lynn has been a major part of the adult-film industry for almost 30 years and is one of the most recognizable names--and faces--inside and outside the business. She has appeared in over 350 films and more than 200 mens magazines and hosts her own radio show, "Amber Lynn Rock-N-SeXXXy-Uncensored", on LATalkRadio.com.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: frankfob2@yahoo.com

Family (1)

Relatives Buck Adams (sibling)

Trade Mark (1)

"Amber Lynn" is a registered trademark 5,040,826

Trivia (4)

Became a hugely successful featured entertainer from her fame created through her work in adult films, earning up to $25,000 a week.
Profiled in the book "Golden Goddesses: 25 Legendary Women of Classic Erotic Cinema, 1968-1985" by Jill C. Nelson.
Her father was an officer in the US Air Force.
Made her first adult film in early 1983, therefore becoming the first "Lynn" porn actress.

Personal Quotes (5)

You're talking about a business that has been around as long as anybody can remember. It's certainly not harmful. What's the big deal? They fought and fought against X-rated films for years. They got nowhere. Now adult actresses are crossing over into the strip market. So, they're going after strippers now. I don't see the big deal. I think it's just like finding another thing to find fault with as an excuse for why society has so many problems.
"Why ask why when a child is in need, lets give them food, clothing and shelter, and we will worry about role models later". Fox, David (August 28, 1992). "Adult-Film Star's Party to Benefit Youth AIDS Group Fund-raising: A birthday bash for Amber Lynn will raise money for a struggling organization.". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 21, 2008.
[meeting Hustler publisher Larry Flynt] The man enters the room and you sense the power. I've always had a thing for intelligent, powerful men. He took my breath away.
[working with porn director Bobby Hollander] Bobby was about breaking whatever boundary you had. If you told Bobby, 'I never want to have sex with three pigs and a goat in the background,' he would find a way to put them on a set one day and try to get you to do it.
[being on set for her first porn film] I was a kid. I was 19. I was really not in touch with my body and didn't have a lot of sexual experience.

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