AVN Award for Best Supporting Actress

The AVN Award for Best Supporting Actress is an award that has been given by sex industry company AVN since the award ceremony's inception in 1984.[1] As of January 2017, the titleholder is Joanna Angel.

AVN Award for Best Supporting Actress
Awarded forBest Supporting Actress
CountryUnited States
Presented byAVN Media Network
First awarded1984[1]
Currently held byJoanna Angel
Websiteavnawards.avn.com

Winners and nominees

1984–1989

Year Photo Winner
Film
Nominees
Films
1984[1] Tiffany Clark
Hot Dreams
1985[2] Lisa De Leeuw
Dixie Ray, Hollywood Star
1986[3] Lisa De Leeuw
Raw Talent
1987[4] Colleen Brennan (f)
Star Angel
1988[5] Tish Ambrose (f)
Firestorm II
1989[6] Nina Hartley Las Vegas 1997 Nina Hartley (f)
Portrait of an Affair
Jacqueline Lorains (v)
Beauty & the Beast

1990–1994

Year Photo Winner
Film
Nominees
Films
1990[7] Viper and cat Viper
Mystery of the Golden Lotus
1991[8] Deidre Holland (f)
Veil
2NinaHartleyCES Nina Hartley (v)
The Last X-Rated Movie
1992[9] Britt Morgan Britt Morgan (f)
On Trial
Selena Steele Selena Steele (v)
Sirens
1993[10] Ona zee Ona Zee
The Secret Garden (f)
Melanie Moore (v)
The Party
1994[11] Tianna (f)
Justine
Porsche Lynn Porsche Lynn (v)
Servin' It Up

1995–1999

Year Photo Winner
Film
Nominees
Films
1995[12] Tiffany million Tiffany Million (f)
Sex
Kaitlyn Ashley Kaitlyn Ashley (v)
Shame
1996[13] Porn Star Ariana Ariana (f)
Desert Moon
2 Jeanna Fine (crop) Jeanna Fine (v)
Dear Diary
1997[14] Shanna McCullough 1999 AVN Awards Shanna McCullough (f)
Bobby Sox
Juli Ashton CES 1999 Juli Ashton (v)
Head Trip
1998[15] Melissa Hill Melissa Hill (f)
Bad Wives
2 Jeanna Fine (crop) Jeanna Fine (v)
Miscreants
1999[16] Chloe AVN Awards 2000 (cropped) Chloe (f)
The Masseuse 3
Katie Gold at Porn Star Karaoke 050823 1 Katie Gold (v)
Pornogothic

2000–2004

Year Photo Winner
Film
Nominees
Films
2000[17][18] Janine DB Janine Lindemulder (f)
Seven Deadly Sins
Melissa Hill
Nothing to Hide 3 & 4
Misty Rain
Things Change 3
Regan Starr
Seven Deadly Sins
Sydnee Steele
The Trophy
Kobe Tai
The Awakening
Inari Vachs
Three
Shanna McCullough 01011034 Shanna McCullough (v)
Double Feature!
Chloe
Torn
Dee
Revenge
Kylie Ireland
The 69th Parallel
Tracy Love
L.A. 399
Missy
The Kissing Game
Coral Sands
Crossroads
Stephanie Swift
Desiree
Tina Tyler
The Devil in Miss Jones
2001[19][20] Chloe 2002 Chloe (f)
True Blue
Julia Ann
Secret Party
Bridgette Kerkove
Watchers
Shanna McCullough
Looker 2: Femme Fatale
Sydnee Steele
A Midsummer Night's Cream
Ava Vincent
Adrenaline
Midori db Midori (v)
American Booty
Alexa
Partners Forever
Juli Ashton
Best Friends
Chloe
White Lightning
Jeanna Fine
Ooze
Bridgette Kerkove
Out of Control
Anna Malle
A Witch's Tail
Sonja Redd
Goddaughter 5
Tabitha Stevens
Bride of Double Feature
Gwen Summers
Trailer Trash Nurses
Keri Windsor
The Collector
2002[21][22] Julie Meadows 1 cropped Julie Meadows (f)
Fade to Black
April
Bad Wives 2
Nikita Denise
Rapunzel
Kylie Ireland
Bad Wives 2
Heather Lyn
Free Sex on Earth
Shanna McCullough
Mafioso
Sydnee Steele
Marissa
Ava Vincent 01032656 cropped Ava Vincent (v)
Succubus
Diana DeVoe
Disturbed
Kylie Ireland
Vengeance
Kelsey
Destiny Calling
Bridgette Kerkove
The Gate
Inari Vachs
Dead Men Don't Wear Rubbers
Zana
XXX Training
2003[23][24] Belladonna pornstar adjust Belladonna (f)
Fashionistas
Adajja
Love Games
Rebecca Bardoux
Heartbreaker
T.J. Hart
Poison Angel
Sharon Kane
Heartbreaker
Caroline Pierce
Fashionistas
Misty Rain
Les Vampyres 2
Gwen Summers
Wifetaker
Sydnee Steele aee 2003 Sydnee Steele (v)
Breathless
April
Something So Right
Violet Blue
Karma
Asia Carrera
My Father's Wife
Nikita Denise
I Dream of Jenna
Wendy Divine
Jolean and the Pussycats
Haven
Out of Control 2
Brooke Hunter
Sinful Rella
Devinn Lane
Turning Point
Aurora Snow
In & Out of Beverly Hills
Ava Vincent
Heartbreaker
2004[25][26] Dru Berrymore DB Dru Berrymore (f)
Heart of Darkness
Sunrise Adams
Heart of Darkness
Julie Meadows
Mirror Image
Ava Vincent
Heart of Darkness
Brooke Ballentyne adjusted Brooke Ballentyne (v)
Rawhide
Briana Banks
Tricks
Asia Carrera
Angel X
Stormy Daniels
Beautiful
Jessica Drake
About a Woman
Brooke Hunter
Truck Stop Trixie
Jenna Haze
Screwless
Kaylynn
Sweet 101
Bridgette Kerkove
Improper Conduct
Devinn Lane
Space Nuts
Ann Marie Rios
Sweet 101
Sydnee Steele
Kink

2005–2009

Year Photo Winner
Film
Nominees
Films
2005[27][28] Lezley Zen at 2005 AEE Awards 2 Lezley Zen (f)
Bare Stage
Violet Blue
The 8th Sin
Dasha
The 8th Sin
Wendy Divine
The Masseuse
Ashley Blue DSC 0124 Ashley Blue (v)
Adore
Asia Carrera
Sweatshop
Chloe
Misty Beethoven: The Musical
Stormy Daniels
Suspicious Minds
Jessica Drake
Killer Sex & Suicide Blondes
Michelle Michaels
Happily Never After
Katie Morgan
High Desert Pirates
Rachel Rotten
Café Flesh 3
Brittney Skye
Payback
Lezley Zen
Fluff & Fold
2006[29][30] Jenna Jameson AVN Awards January 9 2006 cropped2 Jenna Jameson (f)
The New Devil in Miss Jones
Jessica Drake
Eternity
Roxanne Hall
Les Bitches
T. J. Hart
Scorpio Rising
Nicki Hunter
Two Hot
Jennifer Luv
Scorpio Rising
Stormy Daniels 6 Stormy Daniels (v)
Camp Cuddly Pines Powertool Massacre
Nikki Benz
Jack’s Teen America 2
Jessica Drake
Camp Cuddly Pines Powertool Massacre
Audrey Hollander
Desperate Wives 2
Kimberly Kane
Polarity
Jennifer Luv
Taboo 21
Marie Luv
Jack’s Teen America 7
Missy Monroe
Debbie Goes to Rehab
Haley Paige
Prisoner
Lauren Phoenix
The Edge Runner
2007[31][32] Kirsten Price at AVN Adult Entertainment Expo 2008 (3) Kirsten Price (f)
Manhunters
Dasha
Emperor
Exotica
Manhunters
Liza Harper
To Die For
Carmen Hart
Manhunters
Austin Kincaid
Fade to Black 2
Lexie Marie
Fade to Black 2
Katsuni 2010 Katsuni (v)
Fashionistas Safado: The Challenge
Alana Evans
Corruption
Nicki Hunter
Wild Things on the Run 3
Kylie Ireland
Corruption
Jassie
Sacred Sin
Kat
Caliente
Tory Lane
The Fling
Kaylani Lei
Curse Eternal
Carmen Luvana
Tailgunners
Katie Morgan
Get Luckier!
Stefani Morgan
Illicit
Haley Paige
The New Neighbors
Texas Presley
Orgazmika
Keri Sable
The Visitors
Aurora Snow
Rumour Had 'Em
2008[33][34] Kylie Ireland 20080111 Adult Entertainment Expo 1 Kylie Ireland (f)
Layout
Monique Alexander
Debbie Does Dallas ... Again
Penny Flame
The Fashion Underground
Joey
Layout
Cara Lott
Flasher
Hillary Scott
Debbie Does Dallas ... Again
EXXXOTICA 2008 Hillary Scott Hillary Scott (v)
Upload
August
Supernatural
Jessica Drake
Love Always
Alana Evans
Not the Bradys XXX
Penny Flame
Spunk'd the Movie
India
Afrodite Superstar
Kylie Ireland
Upload
Veronica Jett
Nowhere Angels
Katsuni
Fashionistas Safado: Berlin
Kimberly Kane
Ave. X
Sunny Lane
The Make Up
Janine Lindemulder
Janine Loves Jenna
Aurora Snow
Insertz
Charlotte Stokely
Girls Lie
Shyla Stylez
Coming Home
2009[35][36] Belladonna 2010 Belladonna
Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge
Ashlynn Brooke
Hearts and Minds II: Modern Warfare
Cassandra Cruz
Hearts and Minds II: Modern Warfare
Claire Dames
Night of the Giving Head
Stormy Daniels
The Wicked
Kimberly Kane
Miles From Needles
Katsuni
Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge
Sunny Lane
Roller Dollz
Ava Lauren
The Chauffeur's Daughter
Shawna Leneé
This Ain't The Munsters XXX
Marie Luv
Bad News Betties
Katie Morgan
Fired
Bree Olson
Carolina Jones & the Broken Covenant
Teagan Presley
Not Bewitched XXX
Stephanie Swift
Burn

2010–2014

Year Photo Winner
Film
Nominees
Films
2010[37][38] Penny Flame at Exxxotica NY 2009 1 Penny Flame
Throat: A Cautionary Tale
Ashlynn Brooke
30 Rock: A XXX Parody
Jada Fire
The Jeffersons: A XXX Parody
Sharon Kane
Jenna Confidential
Kagney Linn Karter
Not Married with Children XXX
Sunny Lane
Flight Attendants
Lindsey Meadows
The Price of Lust
Katie Morgan
The Love Box
Brittany O'Connell
Not Married with Children XXX
Kirsten Price
2040
Amber Rayne
The 8th Day
Kristina Rose
Seinfeld: A XXX Parody
Hillary Scott
Fleshed Out
Misty Stone
Flight Attendants
Brynn Tyler
Not Three's Company XXX
2011[39][40] Lexi Belle 2 2011 Lexi Belle
Batman XXX: A Porn Parody
Tori Black
Stripper Diaries
Tara Lynn Foxx
This Ain't Glee XXX
Sasha Grey
Real Wife Stories 6
Kylie Ireland
Scorned
Annabelle Lee
Cheers: A XXX Parody
Lorelei Lee
An Open Invitation: A Real Swinger's Party in San Francisco
Melissa Monet
River Rock Women’s Prison
Kirsten Price
Speed
Rayveness
Couples Camp
Kristina Rose
Seinfeld 2: A XXX Parody
Andy San Dimas
Malice in Lalaland
Misty Stone
Awakening to Love
India Summer
The Sex Files 2: A Dark XXX Parody
Sarah Vandella
Official Wife Swap Parody
2012[41][42] Jesse Jane 2013 Jesse Jane
Fighters
Brooke Lee Adams
The Flintstones: A XXX Parody
Alektra Blue
The Rocki Whore Picture Show: A Hardcore Parody
Dana DeArmond
Beverly Hillbillies: A XXX Parody
Kimberly Kane
Horizon
Kagney Linn Karter
Beverly Hillbillies: A XXX Parody
Kayden Kross
Fighters
Lily LaBeau
Pervert
Brooklyn Lee
Spider-Man XXX: A Porn Parody
Chanel Preston
Rezervoir Doggs: An Exquisite Films Parody
Ann Marie Rios
Escaladies
Samantha Ryan
Pervert
Bobbi Starr
Scooby Doo: A XXX Parody
India Summer
Eternal
Sarah Vandella
Official Psycho Parody
2013[43][44] Capri Anderson AVN Photos AEE Expo Las Vegas 2012 Capri Anderson
Pee-Wee’s XXX Adventure: A Porn Parody
Tori Black
Official The Hangover Parody
Dana DeArmond
Voilà
Gracie Glam
Spartacus MMXII: The Beginning
Kimberly Kane
Official The Hangover Parody
Kagney Linn Karter
Godfather: A Dreamzone Parody
Devon Lee
Spartacus MMXII: The Beginning
Lea Lexis
Voracious: The First Season
Chanel Preston
The Valley
Raylene
Torn
Andy San Dimas
Shared Wives
Celeste Star
Revenge of the Petites
Bobbi Starr
Dallas XXX: A Parody
Misty Stone
Men in Black: A Hardcore Parody
India Summer
Torn
2014[45][46] Brandy Aniston - 2013 AVN Expo Photos Las Vegas (8416907976) Brandy Aniston
Not The Wizard of Oz XXX
Bailey Blue
Change of Heart
Alyssa Branch
Bridesmaids
Dana DeArmond
Orgy University
Alexis Ford
Just in Beaver Fever
Zoey Holloway
Homecoming
Chastity Lynn
Clerks XXX: A Porn Parody
Odile
Daddy's Girls
Chanel Preston
Laverne & Shirley XXX: A DreamZone Parody
Jessa Rhodes
Bikini Outlaws
Claire Robbins
What Do You Want Me to Say?
Samantha Ryan
Man of Steel XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
Stoya
Code of Honor
Trinity St. Clair
Grease XXX
Christie Stevens
OMG … It's the Dirty Dancing XXX Parody

2015–

Year Photo Winner
Film
Nominees
Films
2015[47][48] Veronica Avluv 2014 Veronica Avluv
Cinderella XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
Julia Ann
Thor XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
Carmen Caliente
Not Jersey Boys XXX: A Porn Musical
Stormy Daniels
Sleeping Beauty XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
Skin Diamond
The Doctor Whore Porn Parody
Alana Evans
E.T. XXX: A DreamZone Parody
Nina Hartley
Owner Gets Clipped
Kylie Ireland
The Pornographer
Aaliyah Love
American Hustle XXX Porn Parody
Belle Noire
The Long Hard Ride
Chanel Preston
Cape Fear XXX
Jessa Rhodes
Second Chances
Claire Robbins
24 XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
Siri
Sweetness and Light
Aiden Starr
Pornocopia
2016[49][50][51] Kleio Valentien 2016 Kleio Valentien
Batman v Superman XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
Anikka Albrite
The Turning
Julia Ann
Stryker
Skin Diamond
Love, Sex & TV News
Jessica Drake
Starmaker
Allie Haze
Love, Lust & Longing
Karla Kush
My Girlfriend's Mother 8
Abigail Mac
Flesh
Chanel Preston
This Ain't The Interview XXX
Amber Rayne
Wanted
Jessa Rhodes
Sisters of Anarchy
Celeste Star
Saving Humanity
Misty Stone
Magic Mike XXXL: A Hardcore Parody
Stoya
Screwing Wall Street: The Arrangement Finders IPO
Kasey Warner
Mother's Little Helper
2017[52] Joanna Angel 2017 Joanna Angel
Cindy Queen of Hell
Britney Amber
The Donald
Julia Ann
Keep It in the Family
Mercedes Carrera
Project Pandora: A Psychosexual Lesbian Thriller
Adriana Chechik
Color Blind
Bree Daniels
Lefty
Alexis Fawx
The Preacher’s Daughter
Holly Heart
The Young & the Rest of Us
Kendra James
Missing: A Lesbian Crime Story
Karla Kush
Forbidden Affairs 5: My Wife’s Daughter
Angel Long
Hard in Love
Aaliyah Love
New Beginnings
Katie Morgan
Republican Candidate Wife Swap
April O'Neil
Ten Inch Mutant Ninja Turtles and Other Porn Parodies
Jessa Rhodes
Good Little Girl
Kasey Warner
Color Blind

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10th AVN Awards

The 10th AVN Awards ceremony, presented by Adult Video News (AVN), honored pornographic films released in 1992 in the United States and took place in January 1993, at Bally's Hotel and Casino in Paradise, Nevada. During the ceremony, AVN presented AVN Awards in 67 categories. The ceremony was produced by Gary Miller and directed by S. Marco DiMercurio. Actor Randy West hosted the show for the second consecutive year, with actresses Porsche Lynn and Ona Zee as co-hosts.The Party won eight AVN awards but Best Film went to Face Dance, Parts 1 & 2, which also won Best Director—Film for John Stagliano.

11th AVN Awards

The 11th AVN Awards ceremony, organized by Adult Video News (AVN), honored pornographic films released in 1993 and took place on January 8, 1994, at Bally's Hotel and Casino in Paradise, Nevada beginning at 7:45 p.m. PST / 10:45 p.m. EST. During the ceremony, AVN presented AVN Awards in 78 categories. The ceremony was produced by Gary Miller. Actor Randy West hosted the show for the third time; his co-hosts were actresses Summer Knight and Janine Lindemulder.Justine: Nothing to Hide 2 won eight awards, including Best Film and Best Director for Paul Thomas. A comedy, Haunted Nights, took six awards, while Hidden Obsessions and a gay movie, Romeo & Julian, each won four.

12th AVN Awards

The 12th AVN Awards ceremony, organized by Adult Video News (AVN) took place on January 7, 1995, at Bally's Hotel and Casino, Paradise, Nevada beginning at 7:45 p.m. PST / 10:45 p.m. EST. During the ceremony, AVN presented AVN Awards (commonly referred to as the Oscars of porn) in 89 categories honoring the movies released during the period December 1, 1993 to November 30, 1994. The ceremony was produced by Gary Miller, Mark Stone and Marco Polo. Actor Steven St. Croix hosted the show for the first time, with co-hosts Dyanna Lauren and Tera Heart.Michael Ninn’s Sex won nine awards, including Best Film. Other winners included Dog Walker and Shame with five each. Flashpoint and Idol Country were the top gay movies with four trophies apiece.

14th AVN Awards

The 14th AVN Awards ceremony, organized by Adult Video News (AVN), took place January 11, 1997 at Riviera Hotel & Casino, Winchester, Nevada, beginning at 7:45 p.m. PST / 10:45 p.m. EST. During the show, AVN presented AVN Awards (the industry's equivalent of the Academy Awards) in 41 categories honoring the best pornographic films released between Oct. 1, 1995 and Sept. 30, 1996. The ceremony was produced by Gary Miller and directed by Mark Stone. Comedian Bobby Slayton returned as host, with actresses Nici Sterling and Kylie Ireland as co-hosts. At a pre-awards event held the previous evening, 60 more AVN Awards, mostly for technical achievements, were given out by hostess Dyanna Lauren and comedy ventriloquist Otto of Otto & George, however, the pre-awards event was neither televised nor distributed on VHS tapes as was the main evening's ceremony.Shock won the most awards with 11, however, Bobby Sox, an "off-beat period piece comedy" that received six statuettes, won for best film. Flesh and Blood was next with five awards including best gay feature.

4th AVN Awards

The 4th AVN Awards ceremony, organized by Adult Video News (AVN), took place on January 9, 1987 at the Tropicana Hotel Grand Ballroom in Paradise, Nevada. During the ceremony, AVN Awards were presented in 32 categories honoring excellence in the world of adult movies released on videocassette between January 1 and December 31, 1986. The show was hosted by Adult Video News co-publishers Paul Fishbein and Barry Rosenblatt.The Best Shot-on-Video Feature, Blame It on Ginger won the most awards, with three. Star Angel also won three, however, Devil in Miss Jones Part 3: A New Beginning won Best Picture.

5th AVN Awards

The 5th AVN Awards ceremony, organized by Adult Video News (AVN), took place on January 8, 1988 at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Paradise, Nevada beginning at 9:00 p.m. PST / 12:00 a.m. EST. During the ceremony, AVN Awards were presented in 33 categories, plus several extra awards, honoring pornographic movies released the previous year. The ceremony was produced by Mark Stone and Gary Todd. The show was hosted by Adult Video News publisher Paul Fishbein and executive editor Gene Ross.Firestorm II won the most awards with four, however, the Best Film award went to Careful, He May Be Watching.

6th AVN Awards

The 6th AVN Awards ceremony, organized by Adult Video News (AVN), took place on January 9, 1989, at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Paradise, Nevada. During the ceremony, AVN Awards were presented in 41 categories, plus several extra awards, honoring pornographic films released between January 1, 1988 and December 31, 1988.Cat Woman, a shot-on-video feature, won the most awards, with five, while Best Film went to Pretty Peaches II, which won four awards.

7th AVN Awards

The 7th AVN Awards ceremony, organized by Adult Video News (AVN), took place on January 8, 1990, at the Tropicana Hotel & Casino in Paradise, Nevada. During the ceremony, AVN Awards were presented in 44 categories honoring pornographic films released the previous year. Actor Rick Savage hosted the show with segment co-hosts Christy Canyon, Barbara Dare and Nina Hartley. Portions of the show were taped for a segment on Entertainment Tonight.The Nicole Stanton Story won five awards, the most of any feature, however Best Film went to Night Trips, which took three trophies, as did Voodoo Lust. Two awards went to each of Bi and Beyond III, True Love and Undercover.

8th AVN Awards

The 8th AVN Awards ceremony, organized by Adult Video News (AVN) took place on January 12, 1991, at the Tropicana Hotel & Casino in Paradise, Nevada. During the ceremony, AVN Awards were presented in 60 categories honoring pornographic films released the previous year in the United States. The ceremony was videotaped for later pay-per-view broadcast. Actor Tom Byron hosted with seven co-hosts throughout the show.House of Dreams won seven awards, the most of any feature, including Best Film. Other winners included Beauty and the Beast, Part 2 with five awards, while gay movie More Of A Man took four. Three movies took three awards: The Last X-Rated Movie, The Masseuse and Pretty Peaches 3, while Buttman’s Ultimate Workout and The Rise each won two trophies.

9th AVN Awards

The 9th AVN Awards ceremony, presented by Adult Video News (AVN), honored pornographic films released in 1991 in the United States and took place in January 1992, at Bally’s Hotel and Casino in Paradise, Nevada. During the ceremony, AVN presented AVN Awards in 59 categories. The ceremony was produced by Anthony Devon and directed by Steven Austin. Actor Randy West hosted the show for the first time, with actresses Angela Summers and Hyapatia Lee as co-hosts.On Trial 1: In Defense of Savannah won the most awards with five, but tied for Best Film with Wild Goose Chase, which won four awards. Fetish was the gay movie with the most awards, also winning four.

Ashley Blue

Ashley Blue (born Oriana Small July 8, 1981) is an American radio personality, writer, and former pornographic actress. She currently hosts her own Vivid Radio show and writes for Hustler magazine.

Brandy Aniston

Heather Levinger (born October 19, 1984), better known by the stage name Brandy Aniston, is an American pornographic actress and director.

Colleen Brennan

Colleen Brennan (born December 1, 1949) is an American former pornographic actress. She has also gone by the name of Sharon Kelly.

Céline Tran

Céline Tran (born 9 April 1979) is a French actress, writer, martial artist, blogger, and former pornographic actress, previously known under the stage name Katsuni. She started her adult film career in 2001, working first in France, then in the United States. She received numerous awards in the course of the adult career, most notably the AVN Award for Female Foreign Performer of the Year which she has won three times. She retired from porn in 2013 and returned to France to pursue a career in mainstream entertainment under her real name. Tran has appeared in films such as the French Les Kaïra (2012), and Cambodian action film Jailbreak (2017). She also released an autobiography, Ne dis pas que tu aimes ça, in 2018.

Jacqueline Lorains

Jacqueline Lorians (born 4 February 1962 in France) is a former pornographic actress originally active during the 1980s. Her performance in Beauty and the Beast won her the 1989 AVN Award for Best Supporting Actress, Video and the 1989 XRCO Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Lezley Zen

Lezley Zen (born February 19, 1974) is an American pornographic actress.

Lisa De Leeuw

Lisa De Leeuw (born July 3, 1958) is the stage name (pronounced LEE-sah dih LAY-oh) of an American former pornographic actress, of the so-called Golden Age of Porn.

Tish Ambrose

Tish Ambrose is a former pornographic actress who performed from 1981 until 1993.

Viper (actress)

Viper (September 12, 1959 – December 24, 2010) was the stage name of Stephanie Green, an American pornographic actress, known for a prominent full body snake tattoo, for co-founding Fans of X-Rated Entertainment with Bill Margold, and for her disappearance in 1991.

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