January 24, 1986 |
San Jose, California, United States
|Other names||Tristen Kingsley, Trista|
|Height||5 ft 3 in (1.60 m)|
|Weight||105 lb (48 kg)|
|No. of adult films||66 (per IAFD)|
Kingsley was born on January 24, 1986 in San Jose, California. Kingsley claims that she was always getting in trouble when she was growing up, but was a good student in high school and was always on the honor roll. In her senior year, she did secretarial work at a gym. Kingsley stopped working until she was out of school and then did retail jobs, where she worked at an ice cream parlour and a pet store. The last job Kingsley had before entering the adult film industry was an administrative assistant at a pet store.
Kingsley entered the adult film industry in 2007. She came up with her porn name, Tristan Kingsley, because she liked the name Tristan and her son's middle name is Kingsley. She has done photo shoots with Hustler magazine. Kingsley has also done features with Playboy TV, Penthouse magazine and Adam & Eve.
Super bowl incident
During Super Bowl XLIII, in Tucson, Arizona and surrounding areas, the standard-definition feed of NBC affiliate KVOA on Comcast's local system cable service was interrupted by an unknown party, when 30 seconds from Playboy Enterprises-owned adult cable television channel Shorteez was broadcast to homes just after Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald scored his fourth-quarter touchdown to take the Cardinals to a 23-20 lead over the Pittsburgh Steelers. During the 30 seconds, a scene from the adult film Wild Cherries 5 was airing, featuring Kingsley and Evan Stone. Afterwards, 10 seconds of an end credit segment from ClubJenna, another Playboy-owned channel, was shown. Comcast described the incident as an "isolated, malicious act," and offered a $10 credit for customers who claimed to have seen the incident. The Federal Communications Commission announced that it would investigate the cause of the incident.
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