Jessica Drake is one of the most famous names in porn industry. She is an adult performer, director, screenwriter and radio personality. Besides that, she is a philanthropist and sex educator. Jessica is pretty active in charity work. She is associated with a charity organization that builds homes and provides clean water for people who live in poor and remote areas. She was active in Kenya, Cambodia and Tanzania and she does it anonymously. Her charity work is not related to her Jessica Drake brand because she doesn’t want people to think she’s doing it for promotional reasons. She also speaks on various sex education workshops and seminars around the world.
Early life and education
Jessica Drake was born as Angela Patrice Heaslet on October the 14th, 1974. She was born in San Antonio, Texas, and spent her early life moving around different Texas cities (including El Paso). She went to community college in El Paso for a while, and then to University of Texas (majored in psychology), but she didn’t graduate because she left college and went on to pursue her porn career. While she was still in college she started working as a stripper. This is how she met Michael Raven (a porn director). Raven and his wife Sydnee Steele were the ones who introduced Jessica to porn industry. She was hanging around the sets doing all kinds of things before she actually filmed her first scene in 1999.
In 2002 Jessica married a fellow pornstar Evan Stone but they divorced in 2004 after just 2 years of marriage. In 2006 she got married again, and again it was her coworker pornstar – Brad Armstrong. They are still happily married today. She admits that privately she is bisexual and that she enjoys both cocks and pussies. She loves riding a motorcycle and likes going to the beach and reading. She especially loves spending time with her two rescue dogs. Jessica Drake appeared in Lady Gaga’s (featuring Beyoncé) video for single “Telephone”.
Jessica is in porn business for over 16 years now, and she is considered to be one of the best female performers. Since 1999 she has won tons of AVN, XBIZ, XRCO, NightMoves and other porn awards (including Best Actress, Best Oral Scene, Best Tease Performance, Award for Outstanding Achievements, Best Double Penetration Sex Scene, Best Female Performer, Best Group Sex Scene…). I won’t even try to mention all of her awards and nominations, because it would take forever. In 2009 she was inducted in NightMoves Hall of Fame, in 2010 in AVN Hall of Fame, and in 2011 she was inducted in XRCO Hall of Fame.Date posted: February 18, 2016