Devereaux at the 2005 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo
January 12, 1975 |
|Other names||Trica Devoroux, Tricia Devero, Tricia Deveraux, Trisha Devereaux|
|Height||5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)|
|No. of adult films||126 as a performer
2 as a director (per IAFD)
Tricia Devereaux (born January 12, 1975 in Illinois, U.S.) is the stage name of an American former award winning pornographic actress, XRCO Hall of Fame inductee, and co-owner of Evil Angel studios.
Devereaux was introduced to the adult industry when her then husband, Patrick, got a job working as a bouncer in a strip club and Devereaux would occasionally visit him there. The other dancers encouraged her to enter the club's amateur contest which she won; this led to her working there to make extra money.:554 A number of established porn stars visited the club as feature dancers—names such as Victoria Paris, Jeanna Fine, and Samantha Strong.:555
Seeing the extra money that the features made, Devereaux sent pictures of herself to Hustler magazine for their "Beaver Hunt" feature, which was published. At the same time Devereaux came in fifth in Déjà Vu's national Stripper of the Year. She then flew out to Los Angeles at Joey Silvera's request (he had seen pictures Devereaux had sent of herself to Jim South), where she made her first on-camera scene with Silvera in Fashion Sluts 7.
- 1996 CAVR Starlet of the Year 
- 1998 AVN Award for Best All-Girl Sex Scene (Video) – Cellar Dwellers 2 (with Jeanna Fine and P.J. Sparxx)
- 2003 AVN Award for Best Editing (Film) – The Fashionistas (with John Stagliano)
- 2011 XRCO Hall of Fame inductee 
Devereaux grew up "in a small town a couple hours outside of Chicago," where she had a strict upbringing and attended a private Catholic high school.:552
She attended college in the Midwest, got her bachelor's degree in Biology from a college in Missouri, then attended one year of medical school.:552 Before starting medical school, she had married her boyfriend Patrick.:553 After she had appeared in a number of films, Devereaux was dismissed from medical school after the school accused her of cheating on a test; Devereaux claims the charge was rigged and that the real reason she was dismissed was due to her involvement in pornography.:559 Soon afterwards, Devereaux divorced her husband; she later said that "Patrick was too much of a pushover personality-wise, and we'd been having problems financially.":560
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