Pornographic actors who have appeared in mainstream films, both during and after their adult film careers

Since the 1970s, there have been a number of adult film actors who have appeared in mainstream films with varying degrees of success.[1] Adult film actors Marilyn Chambers and Linda Lovelace tried crossing over to mainstream careers in the 1970s, but had little success. Chambers did work with David Cronenberg in 1977's horror film Rabid, which went on to achieve cult success.[2] Former adult film star Traci Lords appeared in John Waters' films Cry-Baby and Serial Mom, and Lords also appeared in the comedy film Zack and Miri Make a Porno.[2] The gay pornographic star Johnny Hazzard more recently appeared in the mainstream gay drama Tiger Orange.[3]

Jenna Jameson played a radio guest in the Howard Stern biopic Private Parts,[1] while Sasha Grey was the female lead in The Girlfriend Experience.[2] In 2013, James Deen played the male lead in The Canyons, an indie film written by Bret Easton Ellis, with Lindsay Lohan playing the female lead.[1]

The following list is of pornographic actors who have appeared in non-pornographic films, including the year they first appeared in a mainstream film.

List

Pornography actor / actress Non-pornographic film title(s) Year of debut
Abigail Clayton 1978
Aino Kishi 2009
Alexis Texas 2010
Amber Lynn[6] 1986
Anette Dawn 2005
Annette Haven[8] 1979
Ashlyn Gere[9] 1986
Ashlynn Brooke[11] 2010
Asia Carrera[13] 1998
Aurora Snow[14] 2002
Barbara Dare[16] 1992
Belladonna[17] 2014
Bree Olson[18] 2009
Brent Corrigan[19] 2008
Bridget Powers[20] 2002
Brigitte Lahaie[21] 1978
Candida Royalle[22] 1979
Charmane Star[23] 2009
Chloe Cherry[24] 2015
Crissy Moran[25] 2004
Dana DeArmond[26] 2005
Dany Verissimo[27] 2004
Eliska Cross[28][29] 2010
Éva Henger[30] 2001
François Sagat[31] 2009
Fred J. Lincoln[32] 1972
Georgina Spelvin[33] 1984
Gianna Michaels[34] 2010
Gina Lynn[35] 2002
Ginger Lynn[20] 1988
Harry Reems[37] 1976
Heather Hunter[39] 1990
Holly Sampson[40] 1990
James Deen[20][41] 2013
Jamie Gillis[43] 1980
Janine Lindemulder[44] 1989
Jeanna Fine[45] 1997
Jeannie Pepper[46] 1991
Jenna Haze[47] 2007
Jenna Jameson[48] 1997
Jennifer Welles[49] 1973
Jesse Jane[50] 2003
Jessica Jaymes[51] 2010
Jewel De'Nyle[52] 2003
Jill Kelly[53] 1998
Joanna Angel[54] 2011
Johnny Hazzard 2014
Juli Ashton[56] 1997
Karen Lancaume[57] 2000
Katie Morgan[58] 2008
Katsuni[59] 2006
Kayden Kross 2015
Kobe Tai[61] 1998
Kylie Ireland[62] 1995
Lexi Belle 2015
Lexington Steele[63] 2009
Lizzy Borden[64] 2002
Linzi Drew[65] 1981
Lorelei Lee[66] 2012
Maria Ozawa[67] 2009
Marie Forså[68] 1973
Marilyn Chambers[69] 1970
Marlene Willoughby[70] 1970
Mary Carey[71]
  • Hot Times in the Hollywood Hills (2003)
  • Pervert! (2005)
  • Vice (2008) (uncredited)
  • Wolf Mother (2016)
2005
Matthew Rush[72] 2006
Melissa Hill[73] 1997
Michelle Thorne[74] 1994
Moana Pozzi[75] 1982
Monique Alexander[76] 2002
Nacho Vidal[77] 2002
Nick Manning[78] 2009
Nina Hartley[20] 1997
Ovidie[79] 2001
Paul Barresi[80] 1975
Paul Thomas[81] 1973
Puma Swede[82] 2010
Rebecca Lord[83] 2005
Riley Steele[84] 2010
Robert Kerman[85] 1980
Rob Rotten[86] 2004
Rocco Siffredi[87] 1999
Ron Jeremy[88] 1984
Sasha Grey[20][36] 2007
Savannah[89] 1990
Selen[90] 2000
Sensi Pearl[91] 2006
Serena[92] 1979
Sharon Mitchell[93] 1980
Shyla Stylez[94]
  • Hollywood Sex Wars (2011)
2011
Simon Rex[95][96] 2003
Sola Aoi[101] 2006
Stephen Geoffreys[102] 1985
Stormy Daniels[103][104] 2005
Sunny Leone[105] 2004
Tabatha Cash[106] 1995
Tabitha Stevens[107] 2005
Tawny Roberts[108] 2003
Taylor Wane[111] 2000
Teri Weigel[112] 1983
Tom Byron[115] 1986
Tommy Pistol[116] 2009
Traci Lords[69] 1988
Tyra Misoux[117] 2006
Veronica Hart[118] 1992
Yasmine Lafitte[119] 2007
Yasmin Lee[120][121] 2011
Zak Spears[122] 1995
This list related to film, television, or video is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items. (October 2021)

See also

Notes

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