Trinity Loren

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Trinity Loren
Born Joyce Evelyn McPherson
(1964-08-21)August 21, 1964
La Jolla, California
Died October 25, 1998(1998-10-25) (aged 34)
Other names Trinity Barnes, Roxanne McPherson, Boom Boom Larue
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
No. of adult films 209 (+99 compilations)[1]

Trinity Loren (born Joyce Evelyn McPherson; August 21, 1964 in La Jolla, California – October 25, 1998[2]) was a pornographic film actress, model, and stripper.

Career and life[edit]

Loren danced in Show World, where she was a featured performer.[3] She began her porn career on screen in late 1985, and quickly achieved renown as one of the first starlets of the straight-to-video era of adult films. She retired from pornographic films in the early 1990s. Loren moved back to California and did photo layouts for men's magazines including Hustler, Gent and D-Cup.

Loren died on October 25, 1998; her death is variously referenced as caused by a brain aneurysm[3] or an overdose of prescription painkillers.[2] She is buried in the Oakwood Memorial Park Cemetery in Chatsworth, California.[4] Her former partner Joe Gallant started his company, Black Mirror Productions, in part to raise money to support Loren's daughter.[5]

Partial filmography[edit]

  • Midnight Pink (1986)
  • Amazing Tails (1987)
  • I love you Molly Flynn (1988)
  • Sorority Pink (1989)
  • Buttman's Bend Over Babes (1990)
  • Battle of the Ultra Milkmaids (1992)
  • Tit to Tit (1994)
  • "Dreams in the Forbidden Zone"


  1. ^ "Trinity Loren - biography filmography". Retrieved Aug 31, 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Lentz, Harris M. (1998). Obituaries in the Performing Arts. McFarland & Company. 
  3. ^ a b Butler, Jerry. Raw Talent: The Adult Film Industry As Seen by Its Most Popular Male Star. Prometheus Books. pp. 16, 20. ISBN 9781615922574. 
  4. ^ Brooks, Patricia; Brooks, Jonathan (2006). Laid to Rest in California: A Guide to the Cemeteries and Grave Sites of the Rich and Famous. Globe Pequot. pp. 118–19. ISBN 9780762741014. 
  5. ^ "Adult Education", by Amy Sohn, March 18, 2002, New York Magazine. Retrieved 2007-08-04.

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