Bree Olson is a retired American pornstar born in 1986. She made her debut in 2006 at the age of 20. With all the attributes required for success. She comes with the whole package; blonde, beautiful, a proportionate physique adorned with a nice ass, and besides, everything natural. Her attitude accompanied, always smiling and ready for anal sex.
She proved right from the start that she was capable of performing at a good level within hardcore. Despite showing a certain lack of technique and passivity, she put in the necessary effort, enough not to disappoint the spectators. From the first year she shot anal and went straight into hardcore porn. She shone in the orgies, with their corresponding demands, without blinking and with a perpetual smile on her face. With a lot of screaming, shouting as if a piece of life was being snatched from her in each onslaught, something disconcerting, but she managed to bring a dramatic touch to the show.
In 2008, she made the covers of Penthouse and Hustler. She established herself as a top pornstar, monopolizing the limelight and shooting only for big studios like Digital Playground and Elegant Angel. She was becoming more and more comfortable on camera and was already a little more proactive than in her early days. That same year she won the prestigious AVN award for Best Newcomer Actress and Best Anal Sex Scene for Big Wet Asses 10 (2006). In February 2011, her name was released to the press for living and maintaining a sentimental relationship with Charlie Seen.
Withdrawal and disenchantment
Bree Olson retired from filming in 2011, at the age of 26. With the firm intention of making a career in mainstream cinema. Her greatest achievement is a role in The Human Centipede 3 (2015), starring as the director’s secretary. However, she achieved great repercussion in the media because of her criticism of the industry. She said she had problems in her day-to-day life. In her own words, she was stigmatized for many years, with people treating her like a pedophile, not a former sex worker. She would have liked to lead an anonymous life but her enormous popularity made that impossible. She also appealed to young women seeking to start in the industry to remind them that their choice could have consequences for the rest of their lives.