Kylie Ireland

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Kylie Ireland
Kylie Ireland DSC 0764.JPG
Born (1970-05-26) May 26, 1970 (age 44)
Longmont, Colorado, U.S.
Ethnicity Irish
Height 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)
Weight 130 lb (59 kg)
No. of adult films 423 as performer, 33 as director (per IAFD)[1]

Kylie Ireland (born May 26, 1970) is an American pornographic actress, film director, producer, publicist, and Satellite radio show host.

Early life[edit]

Ireland was born on May 26, 1970, in Longmont, Colorado, a small community outside Denver. She grew up a good student until her parents divorced when she was 13. At 15 she became rebellious, including experimenting with recreational drugs, until her father sent her to live with her mother, who had remarried, in San Diego, California. In San Diego, Ireland returned to getting good grades, graduated high school, and started college, majoring in broadcast journalism. While going to high school and college, Ireland worked part-time ordering videos for a chain of video stores, which she credits for learning a lot about pornographic films.[2][3]

Pornography career[edit]

Ireland returned to Colorado to continue college partially in Boulder, Colorado, partially in Fort Collins, Colorado, and began to dance in a Fort Collins strip club.[2][3] One of her first female lovers was a waitress at the same club who would become the pornographic actress Juli Ashton.[2]

She entered the pornographic film industry in 1994, through an acquaintance with glamour photographer Warren Tang.[2] Her first films were L'il Ms. Behaved, where she performed with Randy West, and Up & Cummers 10, with Jenna Jameson; she started at the same time as Jameson.[4] Ireland moved to Los Angeles after her first five films, and performed in a total of 80 films her first year, before returning to Colorado intending to slow down her film work.[2]

In January 1995 Ireland was surprised to be named AVN Best New Starlet by Adult Video News Magazine;[5] she was in the bathroom during the awards ceremony when her name was called.[2] This would be the first of many erotic film awards. Fans of X-Rated Entertainment awarded her the 'Vixen' award in 1995 and the 'Fan Favorite' in 1996. She was named by Playboy Magazine as one of their Top 10 Porn Stars for 1997. In 2001, AVN listed her among the Top 50 Porn Stars of All Time and in 2005 inducted her into the AVN Hall of Fame.[5]

From 1995 to 2000, Ireland performed in exclusive contracts, starring in a few films per year, while traveling across America and Europe, strip tease dancing and promoting her films.[2] Her first contract, with Sin City Entertainment, was brief, and ended in a breach of contract small claims court lawsuit which went before Judge Judy on television; Ireland won.[6] That was followed by a five-year contract with VCA Pictures. Ireland served as VCA's Director of Publicity from 1999 to 2000, before returning to performing freelance. Demonstrating that no hard feelings remained about the lawsuit, she had a one-month stint as Director of Publicity for Sin City in April 2003.[6][7] In 1996, during her time at VCA, Ireland returned to her natural red hair.[2]

When her contract with VCA expired, Kylie shattered her "girl next door" image by directing her first movie, The Whore Next Door. In this movie, she performed many sex acts on-screen for the first time, including her first double-penetration, double-vag, double-anal, and gangbang.[8] Since then, she has performed in much more extreme scenes, including performing an extended fisting segment (including anal and DP-fisting) in Corruption, a film which was directed by her boyfriend at the time, Eli Cross.[9]

Ireland continued to direct, first for Jewel De'Nyle at Platinum X Pictures, then other companies.[2] In April 2006, she founded her own adult film company, SlutWerkz, which features women directors (and "token male" Eli Cross as head of production) producing and starring in hardcore gonzo pornography.[10] SlutWerkz launch was delayed from its planned fall 2007 to sometime in 2008 after replacing the original intended distributors. The company originally planned to release one film per month.[11]

Beyond films[edit]

Ireland as a blonde, Taken at the VSDA convention in Vegas 1994

Ireland started her personal website,, in 1996; she describes it as "my obsession."[2]

During her career, she has had dozens of magazine layouts and covers, an action figure made in her likeness, an exclusive contract with adult toy company Pipedream Products, nearly 400 adult movies, and mainstream projects, including appearances on the television series Tales From The Crypt and 20th Century Fox film Strange Days.[5]

From October 2003 to February 2006, Ireland hosted a weekly Internet radio show, Kylie Live on, about the pornography industry. She won the KSEX Radio Listener's Choice Award for "Best Radio Voice" in 2004, and the "Best Insight into the Adult Business" award for 2005.[4] In February 2006, Ireland became the host of sex talk show Private Calls, on Friday evenings for Playboy Radio on Sirius Radio.[4][12]

In June 2008, Ireland began hosting a new show with adult performer Derrick Pierce called The Friday Night Threeway. This show replaced Private Calls in the Friday night timeslot, and featured a different format more focused on guest interviews, relationships and sex-related humor.

In November 2010, Ireland launched a new weekend show on Spice radio called The Jerkbox.[13][14][15] The show took over where "The Friday Night Threeway" left off. It features guest interviews, segments revolving around the world of sex and porn-related topics.

Around January 2011, Ireland started a website called Bombed Out LA[16] along with her husband, which uses her love of photography to capture and publish street art in Los Angeles.[17]

In March 2011, it was discovered after a television interview that Ireland was also street artist DeeKay.[18]

Personal life[edit]

Ireland got divorced after a ten-year marriage to a man outside of porn. They had been married three years prior to the start of her career in pornography, and she stated that the divorce was not due to her career.[4]

Ireland says that she "dabbled" in recreational drugs, even before entering the adult industry; she tried most drugs, and used crystal meth for a time to stay thin, but her main drug of choice was alcohol. In 2001, she realized her drinking was becoming a problem. Nonetheless, she's managed to be clean and sober since August 2001.[4]

As of 2007, Ireland lived in a renovated 1927 10,000-square-foot (930 m2) warehouse loft in downtown Los Angeles with pornographic director Eli Cross, her boyfriend of six years.[10] They had seven cats and a dog.

In 2010, Kylie and Eli split up and she got married to an Englishman, retired nightclub manager Andy Appleton.[19][20] Following a whirlwind romance, she now lives just outside of Los Angeles.[21][22]


  • 1995 – AVN AwardBest New Starlet[23]
  • 1995 – F.O.X.E. Award – Vixen
  • 1995 – NightMoves Award – Best Actress/Female Performer[24]
  • 1996 – F.O.X.E. Award – Fan Favorite
  • 2004 – KSEX Radio – Best Radio Voice[25]
  • 2005 – AVN Award – Hall of Fame[26]
  • 2005 – KSEX Radio – Best Insight into the Adult Business[27]
  • 2006 – XRCO AwardHall of Fame[28]
  • 2006 – CAVR Award – Scene of the Year (Corruption)[29]
  • 2007 – NightMoves – Triple Play Award (Dancing/Performing/Directing)[24]
  • 2008 – XRCO Award – MILF of the Year[30]
  • 2008 – AVN Award – Best Supporting Actress (Film) – Layout[31]
  • 2008 – AVN Award – Best Oral Scene (Film) – Layout [32]
  • 2008 – AVN Award – Best Supporting Actress (Film) – Layout[32]
  • 2008 – AVN Award – Best Oral Scene (Film) – Layout[32]
  • 2009 – Nightmoves Hall of Fame[24]


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