When adult industry superstar Jenna Jameson met Brittany Andrews on a Hustler photo shoot back in 1995, her keen eye for talent could clearly see that this buxom blonde model and exotic dancer would make a great porn star. Jenna convinced Brittany to join the adult industry and men's fantasies were never the same again.
Right from the start, Brittany was equally at home in big-budget features (Brad Armstrong's "Flash Point," Michael Ninn's "Forever Night") and beautifully deviant fetish movies (Ernest Greene's "Sisters in Sin," her own "Brittany's Bitch Boyz"). Some of her most enduring scenes can be found in Patrick Collins' "Real Female Orgasms 3" and Joey Silvera's "Strap Attack 4." In 2008, Brittany's legacy was cemented when she became a member of the AVN Hall of Fame. That same year she announced her retirement, but she returned two years later to play the smoldering Samantha in Lee Roy Myers' "Sex And The City: The Original XXX Parody."
Brittany has even followed in Jenna's footsteps by crossing over into the mainstream world. It's not just the many magazine covers, appearances on TV talk shows like "The Tyra Banks Show," and international gigs as a club DJ. She also has produced non-porn feature films, including the award-winning "Crumble" and "Trick of the Witch." Brittany both produced and acted in "These Showers Can Talk," and in early 2011 she debuted her controversial take on 9/11, "Blindfold." Three of Brittany's mainstream film projects won awards at the New York International Independent Film Festival in July 2011 -- for "These Showers Can Talk," Brittany took home Best Supporting Actress, while "Blindfold" received an Audience Award and "My Real Porn Life" won Best Reality Short.