Nina Hartley

Nina Hartley is an American pornstar and director born in 1959. Both for career, more than 30 years, and for her great talent and dedication. We can consider her, without fear of being wrong, the unquestionable queen of the MILFs.

Nina Hartley

Beginnings

She started as a stripper while studying the second year of nursing. In her last year she took the initiative to move into professional porn. Her first film was Educating Nina (1984). A very promising debut, mastering the situation with total control. She had, and still has, a really spectacular physique. Very attractive, with wonderful curves and a very well-placed ass. The following year she made her first anal scene. She shot an enormous number of scenes those first years and started to move in the production companies as a leading figure. Always maintaining a very high level of performance. In 1987, she won her first major award with the AVN for best actress for, Debbie Duz Dishes (1986).

90s Superstar

In the 90s, already established as one of the most important figures in the entire industry, she slightly reduced the pace of filming. In 1992, she directed her first film, Nina Hartley’s Book of Love. She became more and more versatile and influential in the industry. The actress was the face of the Guide to… A collection of educational films where Nina Hartley shares her expertise in all kinds of sexual arts. Almost every discipline was covered, from anal sex to BDSM. In 1997, she took the step to the mainstream with Boogie Nights. She was starring as a pornstar, Little Bill’s wife.

Queen of the MILFs

She is a strong advocate of pornography and the right of women to work freely in it. For many years she was the visible face of the movement. In 2006, she published her first book, Nina Hartley’s Guide to Total Sex, where she presents a whole series of tips and ideas for having sex. She worked on the controversial film Who’s Nailin’ Paylin? (2008), starring like Hillary Clinton. She won the XBIZ award for best non-sex performance two years in a row, in 2019 and 2020. For Future Darkly 1 (2018) and Girls of Wrestling (2019).


Photo taken in 2001 by Luke Ford / CC BY

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