26 March 1984 |
|Other names||Anette, Annette Schwartz, Annette, Annetta Schwarz|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Weight||65 kg (143 lb)|
|No. of adult films||280 as performer, 2 as director (per IAFD)|
Schwarz started her pornographic career when she was 18, moving to Munich where she began working in John Thompson's GGG and 666 movies. After three years of being a contract performer for Thompson, she started appearing in productions by Private, Evil Angel, and other studios.
In September 2004, Schwarz launched her own production company, Annette Schwarz Production, and signed a distribution deal with Your Choice Distributions in July 2009. She made her directorial debut with the series Fairly Abused, for which she has released two volumes as of January 2011.
In December 2011, Schwarz clarified that she had not retired from pornography like many people believed and that she is an active performer in Europe. She is currently not working in the United States, but stated that she has plans to return later on.
- 2008 Adam Film World Guide Award – Female Performer Of The Year
- 2008 AVN Award – Best Group Sex Scene - Video for Fashionistas Safado: Berlin
- 2008 XRCO Award – Superslut
- 2009 AVN Award – Best Oral Sex Scene – Face Fucking Inc. 3
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