Jesse Jane

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Jesse Jane
Jesse Jane 2013.jpg
Jesse Jane at the 2013 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo
Born
Cindy Taylor[1][2]

(1980-07-16) July 16, 1980 (age 38)[3][4][5]
Years active2002-2017[3]
Height5 ft 3 in (1.60 m)[5]
Weight108 lb (49 kg; 7.7 st)[3]
Spouse(s)
Rick Patrick
(m. 2005; div. 2012)
[6]
Children1
Websitewww.jessejane.com

Cindy Taylor (born July 16, 1980) is a former American pornographic actress and model best known by her stage name Jesse Jane.[8] She is the recipient of numerous awards and nominations over her career in the adult industry including induction into the AVN and XRCO Hall of Fame. Jane is also the Australian Penthouse magazine Pet of the Month for November 2010. She was an exclusive contract performer for Digital Playground between 2002[9] and 2014.[10] In January 2015, she signed an exclusive, two-year performing contract with Jules Jordan Video[11] retiring in January 2017.

Early life[edit]

Jane was a military brat who grew up on various military bases in the Midwestern United States. She did extensive dance training[5] and was a varsity cheerleader at her high school in Rose Hill, Kansas. She graduated from Moore High School in Moore, Oklahoma in 1998.[12]

Career[edit]

Jesse Jane with Teagan Presley at the premiere of Island Fever 4 in 2006

Jane read an article on Tera Patrick that said that Patrick worked for adult-film production company Digital Playground. She contacted them and was quickly signed to a contract.[13][14] Her first scene was with Devon in No Limits.[13] Within months of winning the contract, she appeared on Showtime Network's Family Business, where she was filmed at the Adult Video News awards show and convention. The films in which Digital Playground cast Jane, such as No Limits, Beat the Devil, and Loaded, proved popular enough to warrant her own line of sex toys, as well as secure nominations for several awards. She starred in the Pirates series of erotic films.

In March 2006, Jane and Kirsten Price became the hosts of Playboy TV's most popular live show, Night Calls. In addition, Jane also hosts Playboy TV's Naughty Amateur Home Videos[15] and has been the sex columnist for Chéri, with contributions since the January 2007 issue.[16] With fellow Digital Playground contract performers Devon and Teagan Presley, Jane co-hosts the live, Internet-based adult industry talk show DP Tonight. The show features industry gossip, adult film star guests, and audience/host interactivity.

Jesse Jane at the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo 2008

Jane has hosted several adult industry award ceremonies throughout her career including the AVN Awards in 2006[17] and 2013,[18] the F.A.M.E. Awards in 2008,[19] and the XBIZ Awards in 2008[20] and 2011.[21] In 2007, Jesse also became a sex columnist for the Australian men's magazine Ralph, replying to letters from readers about sex and dating.[22]

In January 2007, an article in The New York Times stated that Jane intended to have her breast enhancement surgery re-done for high-definition movies.[23] On her official website, she wrote that she had her surgery on February 12 that year.

In 2015 interview, she announced she no longer goes by the name "Jesse Jane" but rather simply "Jesse". The reason was that she was in a dispute with her former employer of 12 years, Digital Playground, who owns the rights to her former stage name.[24]

In January 2017, Jane announced that she would retire from the adult industry and that the 2017 AVN Awards would be her last.[25]

Mainstream appearances[edit]

In 2004, Jane made a cameo appearance in the film Starsky & Hutch and appeared on the cover of Drowning Pool's album Desensitized.[26]

Jesse Jane attending the XBIZ Awards 2014

On the July 25, 2006 episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, during the "Jay Walking" segment, she gave her name as "Cindy" and said that she currently worked at Hooters. An adult magazine cover featuring her as Jesse Jane was then shown onscreen.[27] In 2005, she was featured as UnRated Magazine's Vixen, to launch the music review magazine's new edition of Vixens.

She was a guest star on the HBO dramedy series Entourage, in the ninth episode of the second season, "I Love You Too", which features the foursome making a trip to Comicon, where they get some help from the "Pussy Patrol," of which Jane is the leader.

On February 28, 2007 she featured on the Danish late night show den 11. time during the show she was interviewed by seemingly three Mads Brüggers.[28]

In 2009 Jesse appeared in the reality series The Bad Girls Club. In a 2009 CNBC documentary titled Porn: Business of Pleasure, Jesse is the focus of the final 10-minute segment, which details her career and her life outside the porn industry.

Jane was the Australian Penthouse Pet of the Month in November 2010.[29]

In January 2011 she was named by freelance journalist Chris Morris as one of the 12 most popular stars in porn which he published on CNBC.[30] Morris stated that she is "for many, the face of modern porn", noting her roles in the popular porn Pirates films, and her Performer of the Year nominations by both AVN and the XBIZ Awards. And again in 2014, Jane was on Morris's list of "The Dirty Dozen: Porn's Most Popular Stars".[31]

Personal life[edit]

In 2000, Jane gave birth to a boy.[23] She stated in 2007 that she was married to fellow porn star Rick Patrick.[32][33] They live in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.[2] On March 1, 2012, Jane announced on her official Twitter account that she and Patrick were officially divorced.[6]

Jane has described herself as bisexual.[34] In 2004, she stated on the Howard Stern Show that she had a hysterectomy due to now dormant cervical cancer.[35]

Awards and nominations[edit]

List of accolades received by Jesse Jane
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 28 83

[36][37][38][39][40][41][42][43][44][45][46][47][48][49][50]
[51][52][53][54][55][56][57][58][59][60][61][62][63][64][65]
[66][67][68][69][70][71][72][73][74][75][76][77][78]

Jesse Jane receiving the 2014 Venus Award for her Liftetime Achievement from Michael Kessler
AVN Awards
Year Result Award Work Co-winners/co-nominees
2004 Nominated Best New Starlet N/A N/A
Nominated Best Tease Performance Erotique N/A
2005 Nominated Best Actress – Video Loaded N/A
2006 Nominated Pirates N/A
Won Best All-Girl Sex Scene – Video Janine
Nominated Carmen Luvana
Nominated Best Oral Sex Scene – Video Scott Nails
Nominated Crossover Star of the Year N/A N/A
2007 Nominated N/A N/A
Nominated Contract Star of the Year Digital Playground N/A
Won Best All-Girl Sex Scene – Video Island Fever 4 Teagan Presley, Jana Cova & Sophia Santi
2008 Nominated Best Group Sex Scene – Video Naked Aces 2 Rebeca Linares, Brianna Love & Marco Banderas
Nominated The Jenna Jameson Crossover Star of the Year N/A N/A
Nominated Female Performer of the Year N/A N/A
2009 Nominated N/A N/A
Nominated The Jenna Jameson Crossover Star Of The Year N/A N/A
Nominated Best Actress Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge N/A
Won Best All-Girl Couples Sex Scene Belladonna
Won Best All-Girl Group Sex Scene Cheerleaders Shay Jordan, Stoya, Adrianna Lynn, Brianna Love, Lexxi Tyler, Memphis Monroe, Sophia Santi & Priya Rai
Nominated Best Couples Sex Scene Manuel Ferrara
Nominated Best Tease Performance N/A
Nominated Best Threeway Sex Scene Jesse Jane: Kiss Kiss Jenna Haze & Charles Dera
2010 Nominated Best Couples Sex Scene Jesse Jane: Atomic Tease Scott Nails
Nominated Best Group Sex Scene Nurses Katsuni, Shay Jordan, Stoya, Riley Steele & Erik Everhard
Nominated Best Threeway Sex Scene Riley Steele & Manuel Ferrara
Nominated Female Performer of the Year N/A N/A
2011 Nominated Crossover Star of the Year N/A N/A
Won Best All-Girl Group Sex Scene Body Heat Kayden Kross, Riley Steele, Katsuni & Raven Alexis
Won Fan Award - Wildest Sex Scene
2012 Won Best Supporting Actress Fighters N/A
Nominated Best Boy/Girl Sex Scene Scott Nails
Nominated Best Group Sex Scene Babysitters 2 Riley Steele, Kayden Kross, Stoya, BiBi Jones & Manuel Ferrara
Nominated Top Guns Kayden Kross, Riley Steele, Stoya, Selena Rose & Tommy Gunn
Nominated Best Threeway Sex Scene (G/G/B) Assassins BiBi Jones & Manuel Ferrara
Nominated Crossover Star of the Year N/A N/A
Nominated Female Performer of the Year N/A N/A
Nominated Most Outrageous Sex Scene Bad Girls 6 Tommy Gunn
Nominated Best Porn Star Website JesseJane.com N/A
Won Fan Award - Hottest Sex Scene Babysitters 2 Riley Steele, Kayden Kross, Stoya, BiBi Jones & Manuel Ferrara
2013 Nominated Best Group Sex Scene Nurses 2 Riley Steele, Kayden Kross, Selena Rose & Manuel Ferrara
Won Hall of Fame N/A N/A
2014 Nominated Best Actress Code of Honor N/A
Nominated Best Group Sex Scene Bridesmaids Stoya, Kayden Kross, Brooklyn Lee & Johnny Sins
2015 Nominated Best Girl/Girl Sex Scene 4Ever Bonnie Rotten
Jesse Jane with two F.A.M.E. Awards in 2007
F.A.M.E. Awards
Year Result Award Work
2006 Finalist Favorite Adult Actress N/A
Finalist Hottest Body N/A
Finalist Favorite Butt N/A
2007 Won Hottest Body N/A
Finalist Favorite Female Starlet N/A
Finalist Favorite Breasts N/A
2008 Won Hottest Body N/A
Finalist Favorite Female Starlet N/A
2009 Won Hottest Body N/A
Finalist Favorite Female Starlet N/A
Finalist Favorite Star Website JesseJane.com
2010 Finalist Favorite Female Starlet N/A
Finalist Favorite Oral Starlet N/A
Finalist Hottest Body N/A
NightMoves Awards
Year Result Award
2003 Won Best New Starlet (Editor's Choice)
2006 Won Best Actress (Editor's Choice)
2008 Won Hall of Fame
2010 Won Best Feature Dancer (Fan's Choice)
2012 Won Best Female Performer (Fan's Choice)
Nominated Best Overall Body
2013 Nominated Best Female Performer
Nominated Best Overall Body
2014 Nominated
XBIZ Awards
Year Result Award Work Co-winners/co-nominees
2008 Nominated Female Performer of the Year N/A N/A
2009 Nominated N/A N/A
Nominated Crossover Star of the Year N/A N/A
2010 Nominated Female Performer of the Year N/A N/A
2011 Nominated N/A N/A
Nominated Porn Star Site of the Year JesseJane.com N/A
2012 Nominated Female Performer of the Year N/A N/A
Nominated Crossover Star of the Year N/A N/A
Nominated Acting Performance of the Year - Female Fighters N/A
Nominated Porn Star Site of the Year JesseJane.com N/A
2013 Nominated N/A
Nominated Best Actress—Feature Movie Mothers & Daughters N/A
Won Best Scene - All-Girl Kayden Kross, Riley Steele, Selena Rose & Vicki Chase
2014 Nominated Female Performer of the Year N/A N/A
Nominated Crossover Star of the Year N/A N/A
Nominated Best Actress - Feature Movie Bridesmaids N/A
Nominated Best Actress—Couples-Themed Release Love Jesse N/A
Won Best Scene - Feature Movie Code of Honor Stoya, Kayden Kross, Riley Steele, Selena Rose & Manuel Ferrara
Nominated Bridesmaids Stoya, Kayden Kross, Brooklyn Lee & Johnny Sins
2015 Nominated Best Actress - Couples-Themed Release Lollipop N/A
Nominated Best Scene - Couples-Themed Release Chad White
2016 [79] Won Best Sex Scene - Gonzo Release Jesse: Alpha Female Manuel Ferrara
XRCO Awards
Year Result Award Work Co-winners/co-nominees
2004 Nominated New Starlet N/A N/A
2006 Nominated Female Performer of the Year N/A N/A
Nominated Mainstream Adult Media Favorite N/A N/A
2007 Nominated N/A N/A
2009 Nominated Single Performance – Actress Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge N/A
Nominated Best On-Screen Chemistry N/A Belladonna
Nominated Mainstream Adult Media Favorite N/A N/A
2012 Nominated N/A N/A
Won Hall of Fame N/A N/A
2014 Nominated Best Actress Code of Honor N/A
Other awards

Selected filmography[edit]

Notable pornographic films
Film
Year Title Role Notes
2003 Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding Bikini Girl Uncredited Role
2005 8MM 2 Girl in Photo Shoot Uncredited Role
2009 Middle Men Herself
2009 Frat Party Herself
2010 Let the Game Begin Temptation
2011 Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star AFA Presenter
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2005 Entourage Herself Season 2, Episode 9
2006 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Jaywalking Interviewee
2007 Den 11. time Jules Season 1, Episode 12
2007 Dr. 90210 Herself Season 5, Episode 2
2007 Gene Simmons Family Jewels Herself Season 2, Episode 8
2009 Bad Girls Club Herself Season 3, Episode 11
2009 Porn: Business of Pleasure Herself CNBC TV Documentary
2012 Dave's Old Porn Herself Season 2, Episode 8
2017 Exposed with Deborah Norville Herself Reelz TV Special

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