Linda Wong (pornographic actress)

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Linda Wong
Linda Wong.jpg
Born (1951-09-13)September 13, 1951[1]
San Francisco, California, USA[1]
Died December 7, 1987(1987-12-07) (aged 36)[1]
Nationality American[1]
Other names Sandy Stram, Linda Chang[1]
No. of adult films 66 (per IAFD)

Linda Wong (September 13, 1951 – December 7, 1987) was an American pornographic actress[1] and one of the first Asians to become a star in the adult film industry.[2] In 1999, she was inducted into the XRCO Hall of Fame.[3]


Wong, a former homecoming queen,[4] first broke into the adult film business in 1976 with Oriental Babysitter and The Jade Pussycat, in which she co-starred with Georgina Spelvin and John Holmes. According to Playboy's October 1977 pictorial "Ladies of Joy" and Playboy's 1980 Girls of Playboy 4, she worked as a legal prostitute in Las Vegas[5] for a short time under the name "Linda Ching".

In 1981, she decided to retire.[5] She returned four years later[5] to star in The Erotic World of Linda Wong. She was planning yet another comeback in 1987 when she died of a drug overdose.[4][5]

In 2011, Complex magazine ranked her at #25 in their list of “The Top 50 Hottest Asian Porn Stars of All Time.”[4]

Partial filmography[edit]

  • China Lust (1976)
  • China DeSade (1977)
  • Baby Face (1977)
  • The Jade Pussycat (1977)
  • Stormy (1980)
  • Swedish Erotica 10 (1981)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e f "Linda Wong". IAFD. Archived from the original on 2016-01-16. Retrieved 2015-06-06. 
  2. ^ Shimizu, Celine Parreñas (2007). The Hypersexuality of Race: Performing Asian/American Women on Screen and Scene. Duke University Press. pp. 153–159. ISBN 0-8223-4033-X. 
  3. ^ "Masseuse 3 and Café Flesh 2 Top XRCO Awards". AVN. Retrieved 6 June 2015. 
  4. ^ a b c Gabriel Alvarez (2011-09-19). "The Top 50 Hottest Asian Porn Stars of All Time". Complex. Retrieved 2013-08-02. 
  5. ^ a b c d Where is Linda Wong? Dead from an Accidental Drug Overdose, Archived at: Archived January 7, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.

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