Humphry Knipe

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Humphry Knipe
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Humphry Knipe Official Author Photo
Born (1941-09-20) 20 September 1941 (age 72)
Kimberley, South Africa
Occupation Author
Genres Fiction, Sociology

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Victor Humphry Knipe (born 1941) is a sociology and history author, and adult film writer, director, and website administrator. He is a co-author of The Dominant Man: The Pecking Order in Human Society, a sociology book which has been translated into five languages, and the sole author of The Nero Prediction, a historic novel about Emperor Nero and astrology, which won the 2006 Independent Publisher Book Award for "Best Historical Fiction."

Biography[edit]

Humphry Knipe was born in Kimberley, South Africa, on 20 September 1941. He graduated Rhodes University majoring in History and English.

He moved to England in the 1960s, where he met his future wife, erotic photographer Suze Randall. They immigrated to Los Angeles in 1975, and wrote about their experiences in Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion in the book Suze. (Hefner didn't like the book and stopped admitting them to the mansion.)

Mostly in the 1980s, Knipe wrote and directed several Suze Randall produced pornographic films under the nom de porn Victor Nye. One of their more famous actresses was Traci Lords, later found to be underage.[1]

The couple now reside in Malibu, California, where he manages Randall's erotic web sites, [2] and administers much of the business of Suze Randall Productions as Haaren Enterprises, Ltd., using his first name, Victor Knipe.[3] [4]

They have three children, including daughter Holly Randall, an erotic photographer who also assists in the business.

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Filmography[edit]

  • Star Virgin (1979)
  • Kiss and Tell (1980) aka KOCK-FM 69
  • Miss Passion (1984)
  • Love Bites (1985)
  • Too Naughty to Say No (1985)
  • Sky Foxes (1987)
  • Erotic Eye (1995) aka Suze Randall's Erotic Eye

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