These are the movies starring
Porn Star Jenna Jameson
Jenna Jameson XXX Movies
Born as Jenna Marie Massoli on April 9, 1974, to Larry Massoli and Judith Brooke Massoli, a former Las Vegas showgirl. Jenna’s mother died on February 20, 1976, of skin cancer when Jenna was only two years old. Heartbroken and devastated Jenna’s father, a police officer struggled to raise his two children. Due to her mother’s death, Jenna and her older brother Tony became very close but it also resulted in Jenna’s insecurity issues. Jenna always felt alone and always wanted everyone to love her. And boy did she get her wish.
Rolling Stone captured the essence of Jenna Jameson when it said she`s the woman who put the star in porn star. AVN, the adult industry`s leading trade journal, concluded that Jenna is the top female adult star of all time. (AVN, January 2002). Even while her adult career continues to soar, Jenna is increasingly in demand in mainstream entertainment sectors. Along with a packed schedule of films, television acting roles, personal appearances, and modeling, the dynamic Jenna Jameson is also CEO of Club Jenna, Inc., said to be the fast-growing Internet management, production, and licensing company.
The first movie Jenna did for Vivid was Briana Loves Jenna of which Jenna herself helped to produce. It turned out to be one of Jenna’s best selling movies as it soared to the top of the sales chart. It was named by AVN as the top-selling and renting video of 2002. Jenna also appeared in Vivid’s infamous line of lesbian titles, Where the Boys Aren’t #14 alongside some of the biggest names in porn including Briana Banks, Kira Kener, Taylor Hayes, Cheyenne Silver, Dasha, Raylene, Dayton Rains, and Chelsea Sinclair. Jenna’s first appearance in a Where The Boys Aren’t title was back in 1995 in which she has a scene with Janine that is still talked about 9 years later.
Things at Wicked Pictures have not been so great since Jenna’s departure. They never did have any big named stars besides Jenna so their sales have dropped dramatically. Their movies have always been high quality but their extremely high wholesale prices and lack of big named stars have led to this disaster for them.
Jenna on the other hand has been doing wonderful. Besides her continued work at Vivid and her own site Club Jenna, she has also gone back into mainstream acting. The question isn’t what has Jenna done, it’s what hasn’t she! Jenna’s appeared in Howard Stern’s movie Private Parts as well as a recurring role on a TV series (NBC’s Mister Sterling) in a role that only she could pull off … she plays Jenna Jameson the porn star. Jenna Jameson is so famous she even has her own True Hollywood Story on E!. Jenna’s also did several episodes of E!’s Wild On in the late 1990s and in July of 2001 did a voice-over for a cartoon version of herself on the animated series Family Guy which originally appeared on Fox and now plays in syndication on the Cartoon Network. In 2002 Jenna does voice work for the video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4. She also does a cameo as a stripper in the movie Analyze That starring Robert Deniro and Billy Crystal. In 2002 Jenna appears in Eminem’s video Without Me which had heavy airplay on MTV. Later that year she went head to head with Bill O’Reilly about the business of pornography on The O’Reilly Factor from the Fox network. In 2004 VH1 had a special 1-hour program featuring Jenna that was about becoming a porn star and her new book which in 2002 she signed a six-figure deal to write called How to Make Love Like a Porn Star which is said to be an autobiography with sex tips. The book was well received and was reviewed by The New York Times, Reuters, and other respected outlets. In February 2006, Comedy Central announced plans to feature Jameson as P-Whip, in a starring role in its first animated mobile phone series, Samurai Love God, and in July of that same year, Jenna Jameson became the first pornographic actress to have a wax model at Madame Tussauds, in the Las Vegas museum.