Molly Seagrim was born into a struggling working class family that moved to Miami, Florida in 1957 when she was thirteen years old. Molly attended both high school and college in Miami, Florida (she has a Master's degree in literature). In 1969 Seagrim and her youngest sister left Miami in a Volkswagen car and drove to San Francisco, California. ... See full bio »

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Known For

Little Showoffs Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1984)
(1973)
Randy Production Manager
(1980)

Filmography

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 1986 Babyface 2
Grandmother (uncredited)
 1979 Playthings
Party Guest in Hot Tub (uncredited)
 1978 Family Fun
Jim's Wife (uncredited)
 1978 Hot Teenage Assets
Girl Watching Stag Films
 1978 Masterpiece
Bartender
 1978 Visions of Clair
Girl Eating in Café (uncredited)
 1977 Babyface
Molly - Priscilla's Mother (uncredited)
 1975 Confessions of a Teenage Peanut Butter Freak
Commercial Lady (as Jo Ann McClure)
 1974 Deep Tango
Camera Human
 1973 Lady Freaks (Short)
 1973 More Than a Voyeur
Lady in White (uncredited)
 1973 More Ways Than One!
Diane (uncredited)
 1972 Waltz of the Bat
Rosey (uncredited)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Jo Ann McClure | Margaret Morrow | JoAnne Rosen | Joanne H. Rosen | Joanne Rosen | Heather Rosenwig | Joan Sarris | Molly Seagram | Heather Seagrim | Joann Seagrim | Jo Ann Surtees | Joann Surtees

Spouse:

Zachary Strong  (divorced)
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

[on why she decided to do porn in the early 1970's] Maybe I was breaking away from a pretty straight and regulated academic life and I was ready to drop out and try new things. Also it could have had to do with me wanting to get rid of my sexual inhibitions. I had this idea that I could do anything a man could do. I was going to be a female version of the literary Tom Jones figure.

Trivia:

Takes her stage name from a promiscuous character in the film (and originally novel) Tom Jones (1963).

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