jessica drake

Karma can mean many things to many people, but for jessica drake it has always meant an abundance of riches, charm, and success. Her beauty frames a provocative personality that has helped her develop one of the most robust careers in adult. Ironically, even before this charismatic Texan was an official member of Wicked’s creative team, she had graced some of the company’s best-known productions, including Brad Armstrong’s “Dream Quest” and “Falling From Grace,” and Jonathan Morgan’s “About A Woman,” for which she received an AVN nomination for Best Supporting Actress.

It was obvious to all from these performances that jessica was a truly unique find, and since inking her exclusive contract with Wicked in 2003, she has appeared in such acclaimed films as Morgan’s “Space Nuts” and Armstrong’s “The Collector” and “Sold.” jessica also starred in Armstrong’s “Fluff & Fold,” which earned her a much deserved award for Best Actress. During the 2006 AVN Awards season, she received another wealth of noms, including Best Actress for “One Man’s Obsession” and Best Supporting Actress for both Armstrong’s “Eternity” and Morgan’s “Camp Cuddly Pines Power Tool Massacre.”

In January 2007, her career reached yet another pinnacle of success, as she supplemented her duties as the host of the 2007 AVN Awards by taking home trophies for Best Actress – Film (for Armstrong’s “Manhunters”) and Best All-Girl Sex Scene (for “FUCK”). Her 2008 AVN Nominations included Best Actress for “Delilah,” Best Supporting Actress for “Love Always” (for which she also penned the screenplay), and three sex scene nominations for her work in “The Craving.”

jessica radically reinvented her career in 2009, creating big budget features with Brad Armstrong – she received AVN’s 2009 Best Actress and Best DP Sex Scene awards for “Fallen” – while branching out on her own as a filmmaker. 2010’s AVN nominations included several sex scene mentions and a well-deserved induction into the AVN Hall Of Fame. Mainstream media coverage of this Wicked woman’s exploits during this busy time included pieces on AMC’s “Sunday Morning Shootout,” “The Tyra Banks Show,” and a role opposite Alektra Blue in Lady Gaga’s “Telephone” video featuring Beyonce Knowles.

In a confirmation of jessica’s blossoming skills as a filmmaker, AVN gave her dynamic feature “3 Days In June” six 2011 award nominations across several categories, including Best Feature, Best Actress (jessica drake), Best Actor (Dane Cross), Best Solo Sex Scene (jessica drake), Best Group Sex Scene, and Best Screenplay – Original (jessica drake). The news was clear – simply put, this performer / director had arrived. Currently, jessica is taking this career path to the next level by writing, directing, producing and hosting her sensual and informative new educational series jessica drake’s Guide To Wicked Sex, with individual releases exploring such revealing topics as Fellatio, Anal, Basic Positions and Female Masturbation.

As a performer, she continues to thrill fans in such titles as Brad Armstrong’s award winning biker opus “SPEED ” and the AVN / XBIZ Editor’s Choice “The Rocki Whore Picture Show: A Hardcore Parody.” Upcoming releases include two big budget Armstrong productions (“Sexy” and “The Countdown”) and director Sam Hain’s sci-fi spectacular “Horizon.” Get to know one of the most charismatic personalities in adult films today by following her at www.twitter.com/thejessicadrake.