Having been crowned the #1 Porn Star In The World in the “Genesis Top 100” and dubbed “The New Queen Of X” by Girls Of Penthouse magazine, Wicked Pictures superstar and Penthouse Pet Stormy Daniels has since considered a new title – Senator Daniels. Yes, the same woman who redefined the term “superstar” thanks to “Operation Desert Stormy” contemplated the possibility of running for a seat in the 2010 Louisiana State Senate. And speaking of “Operation Desert Stormy,” she matched its success with “Operation Tropical Stormy,” which earned her seven 2010 AVN nominations. Thanks to the stellar body of work she produced over the last 12 months, films like her AVN Editor’s Choice “Whatever It Takes” have earned her a similarly impressive collection of 2011 AVN nominations, including Best Feature, Best Director – Feature, and Best Original Screenplay. But while many of her 2011 noms spoke to the depth of her talent as a writer and director, her iconic status as a performer was rewarded with a Best Actress nomination for “Partly Stormy,” and her ongoing mainstream success was acknowledged in the Crossover Star Of The Year category.
This current acclaim rivals her earlier AVN awards tally, where her talent was acknowledged with noms in such categories as Best Actress – Video, Director Of The Year, Female Performer Of The Year and the Jenna Jameson Crossover Star Of The Year (which she also won). Other performing accolades in recent years have included AEBN’s Performer Of The Year for 2007, AFW’s Actress Of The Year 2008, and NightMoves Best Actress awards for 2004 and 2006.
But acclaim of such magnitude is nothing new, as Stormy’s talent has been receiving recognition for nearly eight years. She won AVN’s Best New Starlet award in 2004, and received noms for her fine work in both “Eternity” and “Space Nuts.” An inventive writer, Stormy was only with Wicked for four months when she wrote her first screenplay, “Kink.” She directed her first film in 2004, and true recognition of her diverse talents came at the 2006 AVN Awards, where she won both Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actress for “The Camp Cuddly Pines Power Tool Massacre.” Her high quality output earned her several 2007 AVN noms as well, including Best Director – Video, Crossover Star Of The Year, Best Actress – Video, Best Screenplay – Video, and Contract Star Of The Year, which she won. Further directorial validation came with awards for Best Feature Director from CAVR (2006 and 2007), XRCO’s Best Director – Features (2008), FAME Awards Favorite Director (2008), and NightMoves – Best New Director (2004) and Best Director (2006 and 2009).
Since then, she has walked the red carpet at the Grammys, graced the pages of Playboy Mexico, performed live comedy with SNL veteran Tim Meadows, appeared Maroon 5’s “Wake Up Call” video, played a recurring role on “Dirt” with Courteney Cox, appeared on “Nightline” and “Mind Of Mencia,” and joined Wicked’s Joy King on AMC’s “Sunday Morning Shootout.” She has also lobbied with King in Washington DC on behalf of the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection. She’s received coverage in such prestigious publications as TIME, GQ, US Weekly and FHM. This exposure has been acknowledged with such awards as AVN’s Crossover Star Of The Year 2008, XRCO’s Mainstream Media Favorite for 2006 – 2008, AFW’s Crossover Performer Of The Year 2006, and XBIZ’s Crossover Star Of The Year 2006. With new projects like “Heart Strings,” “Teacher’s Pet,” “Fate Of Love” and “The Escort,” Stormy Daniels continues to look to the future and grow in a business she loves.
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