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Overview (3)

Born in Sacramento, California, USA
Birth NameKimberly Nicole Rathkamp
Height 5' 5" (1.65 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Kayden Kross was born on September 15, 1985 in Sacramento, California. Of Swedish descent, Kross was a bookworm in high school. Kayden started out in the adult entertainment industry at age 18 as a stripper at the club Rick's Showgirls in Rancho Cordova, California. Kross was subsequently contacted by an adult industry agent who helped her get work as a nude model in various men's magazines. Kayden eventually made the leap into performing in explicit hardcore movies and signed an exclusive contract with the top porn company Vivid in November, 2006. She became a free agent a year later and went on to sign an exclusive contract with Adam & Eve. Kross was the Pet of the Month for the September, 2008 issue of Penthouse and launched her official website that same year. In January, 2010 Kayden became a contract girl for Digital Playground. Kross was cited by CNBC as one of the twelve most popular girls in hardcore cinema in January, 2011 and hosted the Xbiz Awards Show in 2012. Moreover, Kayden not only writes columns for the magazines Complex and Xbiz, but also pens a regular blog for Xbiz.com. Among the awards Kross has won for her work in adult fare are the Hot d'Or for Best American Starlet in 2009, both a Venus Award for Best Actress International and an Erotixxx Award for Best U.S. Actress in 2010, and an AVN Award for Best All-Girl Group Sex Scene in 2011.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: woodyanders

Trivia (3)

Attended California State University as a psychology major.
Does not speak to her father and has been estranged from him since she was four years old, when he abandoned the family.
In a relationship with Manuel Ferrara since 2012. They have one daughter, born in January 2014.

Personal Quotes (2)

[from an interview in 2017] Ten years ago, you could take some time to learn to be a performer. I remember my first review: "She sucks, but I like how she looks." Now you have to be ready to give your all from your very first scene.
In 2017 there are no more "Vivid Girls." You're only a brand name if your fans make you a brand name. As long as you put in the work, you can become a reputable brand.

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