Adriana Chechik

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Adriana Chechik
Adriana Chechik 2019 by Glenn Francis.jpg
Chechik at the Pornhub Awards in Los Angeles, California, October 2019
Born (1991-11-04) November 4, 1991 (age 31)[1]
OccupationPornographic actress
Height5 ft 2 in (1.57 m)[2]
Websiteadrianachechik.com

Adriana Chechik (born November 4, 1991[1]) is an American pornographic actress and internet personality. By 2022, she had mostly retired from pornography in favor of video game livestreaming. In October 2022, she broke her back jumping into a deceptively shallow foam pit at TwitchCon, and thereafter documented her struggles with recovering.

Adult entertainment career[edit]

Chechik described having worked as a dancer at Scarlett's Cabaret in Hallandale Beach, Florida, at some point before working in porn.[3] In May 2013, she signed a non-exclusive, one-year contract with Erotique Entertainment.[4]

Chechik performed her first gangbang and double anal for Digital Sin's This Is My First... A Gangbang Movie, which was released on November 7, 2013.[5] She also performed her first triple anal scene for the 2014 film Gangbang Me.[6] On September 5, 2014, she launched her own website, AdrianaChechik.com, on the Cherry Pimps Network.[7]

Chechik first appeared on The Howard Stern Show on August 12, 2014.[8][9] She was also featured in the "Sexy/Skanky" page of the September 2014 issue of Cosmopolitan magazine.[9] A 2019 Jezebel article on female ejaculation said that one of her film titles, "Adriana Chechik is the Squirt Queen", was a "widely accepted fact" in the pornography industry, and attributed Chechik's success to her abilities in that genre.[10] In 2022, Indy100 described Chechik as "one of the most famous names in porn".[11]

Maitland Ward recounted in her 2022 book, Rated X: How Porn Liberated Me from Hollywood, how Chechik was among those who helped Ward prepare for her first anal scene in the pornographic web series, Muse, in 2020.[12] Chechik and Ward also performed in the scene together,[12] which yielded awards in the industry for both performers. Chechik later described how her work in the industry had led to various injuries comparable to those received in a sports career, leading her to consider other career options.[13] She established an OnlyFans profile, and was the first guest to appear on the Adam22 podcast "Plug Talk".[14]

Streaming career and TwitchCon injury[edit]

By 2022, Chechik had mostly retired from pornography in favor of livestreaming video game sessions on Twitch.[11] In August 2022, Twitch apologized to Chechik for a ban initially imposed on her shortly before a Fortnite event due to her prior career, and further explained it as having been due to her changing to a more revealing outfit during a streaming session.[15] Chechik revealed that as a streamer, she spent thousands of dollars in donations seeking the attention of fellow streamer Dr Disrespect, of whom she is a fan.[16] By October 2022, Chechik herself had amassed more than 3.8 million followers on Instagram and over 800,000 on Twitch.[17]

Chechik attended the 2022 TwitchCon, and while at the event on October 10, 2022, participated in an interactive exhibit hosted by Legion by Lenovo and Intel that involved attendees dueling in an arena and landing in a pit of foam cubes. However, the arena was not padded properly, causing people to land on concrete, resulting in various injuries.[18][19][20] Chechik reported that she had broken her back after landing, and had to undergo surgery to set the fracture with a rod implant.[21][18] Observers noted that Twitch publicly remained silent on the matter, failing to acknowledge Chechik's injury,[19][22] and Chechik posted on social media that Twitch had said nothing to her privately about the incident.[22] The incident also drew attention on the internet, including negative comments directed towards Chechik, prompting responses asserting that Chechik's former career in pornography should not be used to justify disrespect in the reporting of her injury.[23] A tweet by esports news organization Dexerto making light of the injury based on Chechik's history was quickly retracted following backlash.[24]

On October 29, Chechik further revealed that when she was taken to the hospital, it was discovered that she was pregnant, and that due to her injuries the pregnancy had to be terminated.[25] Chechik did her first Twitch stream following the accident on November 7, 2022, discussing her condition and prospects for recovery.[26]

Awards and nominations[edit]

List of awards received by Adriana Chechik
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 32 54
AVN Awards
Year Result Award Film
2014[27] Nominated Best Boy/Girl Sex Scene (with Bruce Venture) The Innocence of Youth 5
2015[28][29] Won Best Anal Sex Scene (with Manuel Ferrara) Internal Damnation 8
Nominated Best Girl/Girl Sex Scene (with Dana DeArmond) A Mother Daughter Thing
Nominated Best Group Sex Scene (with Jordan Ash, Karlo Karrera, Ramon Nomar and Tommy Pistol) This Is My First... A Gang Bang Movie
Nominated Best Solo/Tease Performance I Love Big Toys 69
Nominated Best Three-Way Sex Scene – Girl/Girl/Boy (with Allie Haze and Manuel Ferrara) Allie
Nominated Female Performer of the Year
Won Most Outrageous Sex Scene (with Erik Everhard, James Deen and Mick Blue) Gangbang Me
2016[30][31] Nominated Best Actress The Turning
Nominated Best All-Girl Group Sex Scene (with Carter Cruise, Jelena Jensen and Tara Morgan)
Nominated Best Anal Sex Scene (with Lexington Steele) Brunettes Go Black
Nominated Best Group Sex Scene (with Prince Yahshua, Rico Strong and Sean Michaels) Adriana's a Slut
Nominated Best Three-Way Sex Scene – Girl/Girl/Boy (with Chris Strokes and Megan Rain)
Nominated Best Group Sex Scene (with Anikka Albrite, Carter Cruise, Dahlia Sky, Mick Blue and Skin Diamond) Mick Blue Is One Lucky Bastard
Nominated Best Group Sex Scene (with Aidra Fox, Dani Daniels, Erik Everhard, James Deen, Karlee Grey, Mick Blue and Peta Jensen) Orgy Masters 7
Nominated Best Oral Sex Scene (with Karmen Karma) Adriana Chechik & Karmen Karma's Through the Jeans BJ
Won Best Transsexual Sex Scene (with Vixxen Goddess) TS Playground 21
Nominated Female Performer of the Year
2017[32][failed verification][33]
Nominated Best Anal Sex Scene (with Mick Blue) Gape Tryouts
Nominated Best Double Penetration Sex Scene (with John Strong, Mick Blue and Toni Ribas) Adriana Chechik: The Ultimate Slut
Nominated Best Group Sex Scene (with Alex Jones, Chrius Cock, Darwin Slimpoke, Jake Jace, Isiah Maxwell, Markus Dupree, Moe Johnson and Ricky Johnson) Adriana Chechik: The Ultimate Slut
Won Best Oral Sex Scene (with Alex Jones, Chrius Cock, Darwin Slimpoke, Jake Jace, Isiah Maxwell, Markus Dupree, Moe Johnson and Ricky Johnson) Adriana Chechik: The Ultimate Slut
Nominated Best Supporting Actress Color Blind
Nominated Best Three-Way Sex Scene – Girl/Girl/Boy (with Mick Blue and Veronica Rodriguez) Veronica Rodriguez: Latina Squirt Goddess
Won Female Performer of the Year
Won Most Outrageous Sex Scene (with Holly Hendrix and Markus Dupree) Holly Hendrix's Anal Experience
2018[34][35]
Nominated Female Performer of the Year
Nominated Best Star Showcase Adriana Chechik Is the Squirt Queen
Nominated Best Anal Sex Scene (with James Deen) Adriana Chechik Is the Extreme Anal Queen
Won Best Transsexual Sex Scene (with Aubrey Kate) Adriana Chechik Is the Squirt Queen
Won Best Virtual Reality Sex Scene (with Megan Rain, Arya Fae and Tommy Gunn) Zombie Slayers
2019[36] Nominated Best Group Sex Scene (with Jennifer White, Katrina Jade, Aaliyah Love, Tiffany Watson, Mr Pete, Zack Wild, Hans and Rion King) Fuck Club
2020 Won Best Oral Sex Scene (with Alex Jones) Swallowed 29
2021 Won Best Gangbang Scene (with John Strong, Rob Piper, Markus Dupree, Alex Jones, Eddie Jaye and Scotty P.) Adriana Chechik's Extreme Gangbang
Won Best Transgender Group Sex Scene (with Natalie Mars and Khloe Kay) Transfixed 6
NightMoves Awards
Year Result Award
2015[37] Won Best Body (Editor's Choice)
2016[38] Won Best Female Performer (Fan's Choice)
2017[39] Won
Won Best Adult Star Feature Dancer (Fan's Choice)
2018 Won
Won NightMoves Hall of Fame
2019 Won Best Female Performer (Fan's Choice)
2020 Won
2021 Won
XBIZ Awards
Year Result Award Film
2014[40] Nominated Best New Starlet
Nominated Best Scene – Parody Release (with Anthony Rosano, Gaia and Talon) Grease XXX: A Parody
2015[41][42] Nominated Female Performer of the Year
Won Best Scene – Non-Feature Release (with Criss Strokes, Erik Everhard, James Deen, John Strong and Mick Blue) Gangbang Me
Nominated Best Scene – All-Girl (with Belle Noire) Paint
2016[43] Nominated Female Performer of the Year
Nominated Best Actress – All-Girl Release The Turning
Nominated Best Sex Scene – All-Sex Release (with Chris Strokes and Megan Rain) Adriana's a Slut
Nominated Best Sex Scene – All-Girl (with Abella Danger, Carter Cruise and Phoenix Marie) Buttslammers
Nominated Best Sex Scene – All-Girl (with Karmen Karma) Karma's a Bitch
2017[44][45]
Nominated Female Performer of the Year
Nominated Performer Showcase of the Year Adriana Chechik: The Ultimate Slut
Nominated Best Sex Scene – Virtual Reality (with Arya Fae and Megan Rain) Zombie Slayers
Nominated Best Supporting Actress Color Blind
2019[46] Won Best Scene – Vignette Release (with Tori Black and Johnny Sins) After Dark
2021 Won Best Scene – Feature Movie (with Isiah Maxwell, Maitland Ward and Sly Diggler) Muse
XRCO Awards
Year Result Award
2014[47] Nominated Cream Dream
2015[48][49] Nominated Female Performer of the Year
Won Orgasmic Analist
Won Superslut
2016 Won
Won Female Performer of the Year
2017[50][51] Won
Nominated Orgasmic Analist
Nominated
2019 Won Superslut
Pornhub Awards
Year Result Award
2018 Won Top DP Performer
2019 Won Best Snapchat
2020 Won Top DP Performer

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