Lizzy Borden (actress)

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Lizzy Borden
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Born Janet Romero
(1977-12-20) December 20, 1977 (age 39)
Huntington Beach, California, U.S.
Other names Mia Mikels
Employer Extreme Associates
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Weight 129 lb (59 kg; 9.2 st)
Spouse(s) Rob Zicari
No. of adult films 55 as actress, 41 as director (per IAFD, as of May 2016)[1]

Janet Romano-Zicari, better known as Lizzy Borden, (born December 20, 1977) is an American former pornographic actress and professional wrestling valet. Together with her husband, porn producer Rob Zicari (aka Rob Black), she runs the porn company Extreme Associates; she has directed several violent porn movies and in 2003 was indicted for distributing obscenity.

Career[edit]

Pornography[edit]

In 1999, she began directing adult movies herself. She became known for the extreme content of her films, directing movies like Cocktails (2000) in which women drink vomit and other bodily fluids, Fossil Fucker (2001) in which old women have sex with young men, Cannibalism: The Last Supper (2002), and Forced Entry (2002) which shows simulated rape. Lizzy often worked with Veronica Caine, such as in Cocktails and Forced Entry, and in wrestling.

In 2002, Borden appeared in the non-pornographic direct-to-video horror-comedy Terror Toons.

Indictment[edit]

The filming of Forced Entry was covered in the PBS Frontline documentary American Porn (2002). The makers of the documentary filmed themselves walking off the set ostensibly in repulsion.[citation needed] This scene possibly led to the undercover operation that resulted in Black's and Romano's 2003 grand jury indictment for distributing obscene materials via the U.S. Postal Service and the Internet in the Pittsburgh area; one of the cited movies was Forced Entry. On July 1, 2009, Romano and Zicari were sentenced to one year and one day in prison,[2] and in late September the couple began serving their prison sentences, Zicari at La Tuna Federal Correctional Institution in Texas and Romano at Waseca Federal Correctional Institution in Minnesota.[3] On May 10, 2010 Lizzy Borden was released from prison and began to start work on her website, movies and other projects again.[4]

Professional wrestling[edit]

In 1999, Romano and Black formed Xtreme Pro Wrestling (XPW), which hired various pornographic actresses as valets or wrestlers. She played the role of the evil, snobbish owner or "The Boss's Wife". She had Chastity as her assistant and feuded with Kristi Myst. She repeatedly humiliated Kristi by making her do stripteases for her, and then shoving her around. She was valet of The Messiah and led him to the XPW Championship as part of The Black Army. When The Messiah walked out of XPW, rumors emerged on the Internet about an alleged affair between him and Lizzy, although this is unfounded.

Lizzy often feuded with any female in XPW, usually getting her allies of The Black Army to attack them for her. She feuded with Veronica Caine, Lucy, Tammy Lynn Sytch, Nicole Bass, and Major Gunns and managed Johnny Webb for a time once The Messiah was gone. She briefly aligned with Lady Victoria, who had turned heel and left the side of the tag team "Mexico's Most Wanted"; Lizzy made Victoria dye her hair blonde to be like her. In her feud with Lucy, she and Shane Douglas battled Lucy and her "husband" Vic Grimes in mixed tag matches. In late 2002, she and Douglas took over the company and ran shows out of Pennsylvania. XPW ended soon afterwards.

In wrestling[edit]

Music[edit]

Romano is now signed with Crash Music, Inc. as the label's official spokesmodel.[5] She has also produced her own music.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lizzy Borden at the Internet Adult Film Database
  2. ^ Paula Reed Ward (2009-07-02). "Porn producer, wife get 1-year jail terms". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved 2009-07-03. 
  3. ^ Greg Beato (2009-10-27). "In Defense of Extreme Pornography". Reason Magazine. Retrieved 2009-10-31. 
  4. ^ Lizzy Borden. "Love Lizzy Borden". Retrieved 2009-07-27. 
  5. ^ "LoveLizzyBorden.com". Retrieved 2007-10-28. 

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