Belladonna is an American adult film actress, director and producer. She was born on May 21, 1981 in Biloxi, Mississippi and raised in a strict southern Baptist household. She began her career in adult entertainment in 2001, after moving to Los Angeles and signing with the agency, LA Direct Models.

Belladonna quickly rose to fame as an adult performer due to her unique look and willingness to push the boundaries of what was accepted in the adult entertainment industry. She was known for her willingness to perform extreme acts, such as anal sex, double penetration, and deep throat. She was also the first performer to introduce squirting into adult films.

Belladonna’s career as a director and producer began in 2003, when she launched her own production company, Belladonna Entertainment. She has since produced and directed dozens of adult movies, including her own series, Belladonna’s Fucking Girls. Her movies have won numerous awards, including the XRCO Award for Best Girl/Girl Scene in 2005, the AVN Award for Best Group Sex Scene in 2006, and many more.

In addition to her success in the adult entertainment industry, Belladonna has also appeared in mainstream films, including Zack and Miri Make a Porno and Chillerama. She has also been featured in music videos for artists such as Marilyn Manson and Blink-182. In 2007, she hosted her own radio show on Sirius Satellite Radio, titled “The Sunday School.”

Belladonna has been a fierce advocate for the adult entertainment industry, and has used her platform to speak out against censorship and to promote sex-positive attitudes. She has been an outspoken critic of the proliferation of free online pornography, and has argued that it devalues the work of performers and fails to compensate them fairly.

Belladonna is an iconic figure in the adult entertainment industry, and her influence is still felt today. Her unique look and willingness to push the boundaries of the industry have helped to shape the landscape of modern pornography. She is an inspiration to many, and her legacy will continue to live on for many years to come.


May 21, 1981

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