Victoria Paris at the 2003 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo
|Born||November 22, 1960|
|Other names||Vicky Paris|
|Height||5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)|
Starting in 1989, Paris has appeared in productions for studios such as Caballero Home Video, Elegant Angel, Evil Angel, VCA Pictures, and the Zane Entertainment Group. She made over 150 adult films, including The Chameleon, Beauty & the Beast II, The New Barbarians, and The Seduction of Mary. According to the Internet Adult Film Database, she retired from performing in 2002, but has continued to appear in new releases as recent as 2013 via archived footage.
Paris also traveled to clubs and was a dancer. After her performances she would have question and answer sessions with her fans.
She has one writing credit to her name for the 1997 feature Decadence which stars Paris and personal friend and fellow tour dancer, Ashlyn Gere. Inspired by the lack of having a video to promote while touring, Paris and Gere got together with VCA Pictures and directors John T. Bone and Michael Ninn to develop the video. The production is based on the fantasies of Paris and Gere.
- 1990 AVN Award for Best New Starlet
- 1991 AVN Award for Best Couples Sex Scene - Video – Beauty and the Beast 2
- 1991 AVN Award for Best All-Girl Sex Scene - Video – The New Barbarians, Part 1
- 1992 XRCO Award for Best Girl-Girl Scene – Snatched To The Future
- AVN Hall of Fame
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