Asa Akira

One of the most acclaimed adult film performers of the 21st Century, Asa Akira’s passion, intelligence and sharp wit continue to make her a favorite of fans and critics alike. Since 2011, she has earned Performer of the Year trophies no less than six times – from AEBN, XBIZ, AVN, the Sex Awards, the Urban X Awards and XRCO, respectively.

After co-starring in the definitive adult blockbuster of 2013, Brad Armstrong’s “Underworld,” Asa formally joined the Wicked family. Armstrong directed her first Wicked vehicle, “Asa Gets Wicked,” and she subsequently co-starred in his acclaimed Editor’s Choice drama “Aftermath.” She’s since teamed with him on “Holly Would,” “Magic Mike XXXL: A Hardcore Parody,” “Starmaker,” “The J.O.B.” and “DNA,” for which she won her first first acting trophy at the 2017 AVN Awards. Her collaborations with veteran director Stormy Daniels include the AVN Editor’s Choice “Pretty Dangerous," while her titles for hitmaker Axel Braun include the 2017 award winners “Asa Goes to Hell” and “Suicide Squad XXX: An Axel Braun Parody.”

In addition to harvesting acclaim for her film work, Asa is diligently expanding her career in other arenas. She’s been a Fleshlight Girl since 2011, and her first book, “Insatiable: Porn – A Love Story,” (which she describes as "autobiographical but not an autobiography”) was released under the Grove Press imprint in Spring 2014. She has since published a second book, “Dirty Thirty,” launched her own line of designer candles, and joined Barstool Sports, the wildly successful men’s lifestyle site founded by David Portnoy.

In addition to harvesting acclaim for her film work, Asa is diligently expanding her career in other arenas. She’s been a Fleshlight Girl since 2011, and her first book, “Insatiable: Porn – A Love Story,” (which she describes as "autobiographical but not an autobiography”) was released under the Grove Press imprint in Spring 2014. She has since published a second book, “Dirty Thirty,” launched her own line of designer candles, and joined Barstool Sports, the wildly successful men’s lifestyle site founded by David Portnoy.

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