Sparks in January 2009 at the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo
October 6, 1977 |
Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States
|Other names||Lisa Sparxxx|
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Weight||165 pounds (75 kg)|
|No. of adult films||175 (per IAFD)|
Lisa Sparks (born October 6, 1977) is a stage name of an American pornographic film actress. Sparks, also known as Lisa Sparxxx, is a world record holder for having had sex with the most partners in one day.
Sparks was born in Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States, North America. Before entering the adult entertainment industry, she was a college student, earning a Master of Arts degree in Multimedia with a minor in Business at the University of Kentucky during the 2002 school year. To pay her way through college, she worked in and managed a hair salon.
Sparks has been married since Aug 1995.
Entering the industry in 2002 by creating her own web site, LisaSparks.com, Sparks first appeared the following year in a video release entitled Dirtier Debutants #4 (2003) with Ed Powers. From 2002-2004 she also hosted KSEX Radio.
Sparks appeared in Season 2 of The WB, The Surreal Life, where it was edited so that it seemed like she was offering Erik Estrada oral sex. This took place during Ron Jeremy's topless porn-star pool party. She also appeared in hip hop artist Murs' music video "Risky Business" featuring Shock G off of his record The End of the Beginning, along with fellow actress Olivia O'Lovely.
In 2010, Sparks changed the spelling of her stage name from Lisa Sparxxx to Lisa Sparks due to mainstream web sites not accepting the XXX in her name.
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