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Sasha Grey

Sasha Grey 2010.jpg
Born: Marina Ann Hantzis[1]
March 14, 1988 (1988-03-14) (age 28)
North Highlands, California, U.S.
Measurements: 32B-26-31
Bra/cup size: 32B
Height: 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)[2]
Weight: 110 lb (50 kg)[2]
Eye color: Hazel
Hair: Brown
Personal pages

Official website


Sasha Grey (born Marina Ann Hantzis on March 14, 1988) is an American pornographic actress who is also active outside pornography through modeling, acting, and music.[3][4]

After growing up in North Highlands, California, Grey moved to Los Angeles and began appearing in pornographic films shortly after turning 18. Grey was featured in a 2006 issue of Los Angeles. She won several AVN Awards in 2007 and 2008, and 2010. During the same period, Grey began modeling and was cast in Steven Soderbergh's mainstream film The Girlfriend Experience. Grey also recorded an industrial music project, aTelecine.[5][4]


Early life

Grey was born[1] and raised in Sacramento, California to a working class family.[6] Her mother worked for the state of California and her father is a Greek-American mechanic.[6]. Her parents divorced when she was 5 and subsequently she was raised by her mother, who remarried in 2000.[7] [6] Grey states that she felt miserable at home around her stepfather, and as a result at 16, informed her mother she was going to move out. It is unclear as to whether or not she indeed left the home.[6] She's stated that while her parents don't like everything she does, they get along.[8] Grey attended four high schools, among them Highlands High, before graduating, having been unhappy in each one.[6] Though it should be noted she graduated a year early, at 17. [9] In autumn 2005, she attended junior college and took classes in film, dance, and acting.[6] She waited tables at a steakhouse through March 2006 and saved $7,000 for a move to Los Angeles.[6] Prior to her video career, she dated a cook at the steakhouse where she worked. She described that their sexual relationship involved slapping and other kinds of consensual degradation during sex, and everything that he did to her, she had a chance to do to him.[6][7]



In May 2006 Grey moved to Los Angeles and started her career in adult films just after turning 18.[6] Originally she toyed with the name Anna Karina,[6] taken after the French New Wave actress, before deciding on her present name. The name "Sasha" was taken from Sascha Konietzko of the band KMFDM,[10] and "Grey" represents Oscar Wilde’s novel The Picture of Dorian Gray[11] and the Kinsey scale of sexuality.[2] Her first scene was an orgy with Rocco Siffredi for The Fashionistas 2 by John Stagliano. Nearly six months after entering the adult industry, Grey was featured in the November 2006 edition of Los Angeles where she was flagged as a potential major star, perhaps the next Jenna Jameson.[6]

Less than a year after entering the industry, in January 2007, Grey was the recipient of awards for "Best Three Way Sex Scene" and "Best Group Scene" at the AVN Adult Movie Awards.[12] She was also nominated as "Best New Starlet", but lost to Naomi.[12] Grey was named Pet of The Month for July 2007[13] and was photographed by fashion photographer Terry Richardson.[14] In 2008, she became the youngest person to win the AVN "Female Performer of the Year" award.[15] as well as "Best Oral Sex Scene" for a scene.[16]

In December 2006, Grey was interviewed on the syndicated entertainment industry news show The Insider. In February 2007, she appeared on The Tyra Banks Show, discussing teenagers in the sex industry. There was speculation that the show was heavily manipulated through editing, and didn't include her very well-articulated defense of her career choice. The show was also criticized for twisting Sasha's depiction to amp up its dramatic value. [17][18] Grey was profiled in the Rolling Stone "Hot Issue" for the December 2008 edition.[19]

Grey represents herself in the adult industry through her own agency, L.A. Factory Girls[20] Grey has indicated particular appreciation for the work of Andrew Blake and Kimberly Kane.[21]


In addition to pornography, Grey also models.

Grey was featured in the artwork for The Smashing Pumpkins 2007 album Zeitgeist,[22] and appears in their music video for "Superchrist". Grey was also featured in the music video for the song "Birthday Girl"[23] by The Roots.

She has modeled for French fashion designer Max Azria's ready to wear line Manoukian, [24] [25] Italian footwear brand Forfex for an international campaign, [26] and American Apparel. She's modeled for Richard Kern as a part of Vice magazine's anti-fashion layout, and appeared in a three-part VBS program, "Shot by Kern".[27] She also appeared in Taschen’s 25th anniversary reprint of Terry Richardson’s Terryworld.[28] Among other collaborations with Richardson, she has also appeared in Wives, Wheels, Weapons, a companion book to James Frey's Bright Shiny Morning. She has also modeled for artists James Jean, Frédéric Poincelet, [29] Zak Smith.[30] and David Choe. [31]

In January 2010, Grey appeared nude in an ad campaign for PETA advocating animal birth control.[32]


Grey appeared in an episode of James Gunn's PG Porn with James Gunn,[33] as well as a cameo role[34] in Dick Rude's independent film Quit, and stars in [35] the 2009 Canadian low-budget black comedy/horror film Smash Cut from the Ottawa-based Odessa/Zed Filmworks. She plays a TV news personality who goes undercover as an actress in a horror film production, only to discover her older sister's murderer.

Most prominently, she plays the lead, "Chelsea", in Academy Award-winning director Steven Soderbergh's film The Girlfriend Experience.[36][37] Soderbergh cast her after reading an article profiling her in Los Angeles magazine, commenting that "She's kind of a new breed, I think. She doesn't really fit the typical mold of someone who goes into the adult film business. ... I'd never heard anybody talk about the business the way that she talked about it."[38] Journalist Scott Macaulay indicates that her casting was probably also prompted by Grey's interest in a variety of independent and art film directors, particularly Jean-Luc Godard, but also Harmony Korine, David Gordon Green, Michelangelo Antonioni, Agnès Varda, and William Klein.[39]

In having Grey prepare for her role in The Girlfriend Experience, Soderbergh asked her to watch Godard's Vivre sa vie and Pierrot le fou.[40] Vivre sa vie concerns prostitution, while the relationship portrayed in Pierrot le fou was suggested as a model for the dynamic between Chelsea and her boyfriend and clients.[21] Grey and Soderbergh also interviewed two escorts, and borrowed character traits and behavior from them.[21] Grey indicated that she played the character partly as embodying the assumptions projected onto her; while Grey describes herself as very self-conscious and introspective regarding her sexual choices, Chelsea is controlled mainly by her own vanity.[21]

Critics had mixed assessments of Grey's performance. J. Hoberman of The Village Voice writes:

Are we watching an authentic scarred monster playing the part of a cute little chippie—or is it vice versa? (Imagine one performer embodying both the Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider roles in Last Tango in Paris.) Grey isn’t the first porn actress to go straight, but she may be the first to allegorize her own situation—projecting an on-screen self-confidence that’s indistinguishable from pathos.[41]
Roger Ebert of Chicago Sun-Times commented on Grey's portrayal of Chelsea:
"Once she allows her mask to slip: a surprising moment when she reveals what she may feel. Grey perfectly conveys both her hope and her disappointment, keeping both within boundaries." [42]

Conversely, Moira Macdonald of the The Seattle Times writes:

How do you tell the difference between an unskilled actor's flat performance and a skilled actor's realistic performance of an utterly flat character? It can be tricky, but if the question gets raised, the acting's probably to blame.[43]

David Denby of The New Yorker expressed a similarly dim view of Grey's acting abilities, calling The Girlfriend Experience "inert" because "Sasha Grey was so wrapped in egotism that she forgot to give a performance."[44]

In April 2009 while doing press for The Girlfriend Experience, she visited Brandeis University for an interview with Los Angeles Times blogger Scott Feinberg followed by a Q&A with 300 students.[45]

In March 2010, Grey was cast as an anti-sex Christian in the horror film Hallows, directed by Richard O'Sullivan.[46]

Grey is cast for the seventh season of the HBO show Entourage, where she will be playing herself. Her character will be Vincent Chase's new girlfriend in a multi-episode arc.[47]


In 2008, Grey began an industrial music collaboration, called aTelecine, with Pablo St. Francis.[4] Their first EP, AVigillant Carpark, was released by New York label Pendu Sound in vinyl only.[5] She also contributed vocals to the Current 93 album Aleph at Hallucinatory Mountain.[48] Narnack Records lists her as a guest artist on Repentance, the 54th studio album by Grammy-winning reggae icon Lee "Scratch" Perry, though Perry himself has denied her involvement.[49]

Personal life

Since 2006, she has been developing an autobiographical documentary, illustrating her experiences from the age of 18 to 21.[50]

In January 2009, Grey's engagement to her photographer Ian Cinnamon was announced.[51] She describes them as having an open relationship.[7][52]

In February 2010, Grey stated that she supported animal birth control in a PETA interview.[53]

Partial filmography

Title Released Company Director Starring Notes
Fashionistas Safado The Challenge.jpg Fashionistas Safado: The Challenge 2006 Evil Angel Video John Stagliano Belladonna
Rocco Siffredi
Also featuring Melissa Lauren, Nacho Vidal, Manuel Ferrara, Jenna Haze, Gianna Michaels, Sandra Romain, Adrianna Nicole, Flower Tucci, Sasha Grey, Marie Luv, Nicole Sheridan, Mark Davis, Erik Everhard, Mr. Pete, Christian XXX, Voodoo, Caroline Pierce, Jewell Marceau, Lia Baren, Sintia Stone, Vanessa Hill, Judith Fox, Annette Schwarz, Nici Sterling
Babysitters Robby.jpg Babysitters 2007 Digital Playground Robby D. Teagan Presley, Shay Jordan, Sophia Santi, Jesse Jane, Sammie Rhodes, Alektra Blue, Gina Lynn, Lexxi Tyler, Nautica Thorn, Nikki Benz, Sasha Grey, Ben English, Charles Dera, Jay Lassiter, Jerry, Sascha, Scott Nails, Thomas Gunn, Tony De Sergio, Tyler Durden
Pirates II- Stagnetti's Revenge cover.jpg Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge September 27, 2008 Digital Playground Joone Jesse Jane
Sasha Grey
Shay Jordan
Jenna Haze
Brea Lynn
This was the sequel to Pirates.
Evil Pink 4.jpg Evil Pink 4 29th December 2008 Evil Angel Belladonna Belladonna
Lexi Belle
Tori Black
Evil Pink (series)
Also featuring:
Charley Chase, Sasha Grey, Jenna Haze, Kimberly Kane, Kirra Lynne, Ava Rose, Sinn Sage, Sophia Santi, Bobbi Starr, Alexis Texas

Awards and nominations

List of accolades received by Sasha Grey
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 17 65

AVN Awards

Year Result Award Film Co-winners/co-nominees
2007 Nominated Best New Starlet N/A N/A
Nominated Best Oral Sex Scene – Video Oral Spremecy N/A
Won Best Three-Way Sex Scene Fuck Slaves Sandra Romain & Manuel Ferrara
Won Best Group Sex Scene - Video Fashionistas Safado Flower Tucci, Christian XXX, Erik Everhard, Belladonna, Jewell Marceau, Chris Charming, Gianna, Jean Val Jean, Melissa Lauren, Voodoo, Marie Luv, Adrianna Nicole, Caroline Pierce, Jenna Haze, Nicole Sheridan, Mr. Pete, Sandra Romain
2008 Nominated Best All-Girl Sex Scene, Video Boundaries Bree Olson
Nominated Best Group Sex Scene, Video Swallow My Squirt 4 Jenna Presley, Sierra Sinn & Mark Ashley
Won Best Oral Sex Scene, Video Babysitters N/A
Nominated Best Oral Sex Scene, Video Blow Me Sandwich 11 Maya Hills
Nominated Best Oral Sex Scene, Video Feeding Frenzy 9 N/A
Nominated Best Threeway Sex Scene Razördolls James Deen & Alec Knight
Won Female Performer of the Year N/A N/A
2009 Nominated Best Actress The Last Rose N/A
Nominated Best All-Girl Group Sex Scene Flower's Squirt Shower 5 Flower Tucci, Britney Stevens & Angela Stone
Nominated Best Oral Sex Scene Filth Comes First 3 N/A
Nominated Best POV Sex Scene POV Centerfolds 7 Mick Blue
Nominated Best Threeway Sex Scene Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge Belladonna & Evan Stone
Nominated Female Performer of the Year N/A N/A
Nominated The Jenna Jameson Crossover Star Of The Year N/A N/A
2010 Nominated Best Actress Throat: A Cautionary Tale N/A
Nominated Best All-Girl Couples Sex Scene Bree & Sasha Bree Olson
Nominated Best All-Girl Group Sex Scene Sun Goddess: Malibu Teagan Presley, Bree Olson & Gianna Lynn
Won Best Anal Sex Scene Anal Cavity Search 6 Erik Everhard
Nominated Best Couples Sex Scene Throat: A Cautionary Tale Evan Stone
Nominated Best New Web Starlet N/A N/A
Won Best Oral Sex Scene Throat: A Cautionary Tale N/A
Nominated Best Solo Sex Scene Sun Goddess: Malibu N/A
Nominated Most Outrageous Sex Scene Live in My Secrets Kimberley Kane
Won Crossover Star of the Year N/A N/A
2011 Nominated Best All-Girl Three-Way Sex Scene Malice in Lalaland Kristina Rose & Alyssa Reece
Nominated Best Couples Sex Scene Malice in Lalaland Keni Styles
Nominated Best Double Penetration Sex Scene Fuck Sasha Grey Rico Strong & Brian Pumper
Nominated Best Supporting Actress Real Wife Stories 6 N/A
Nominated Best Three-Way Sex Scene (G/G/B) Fly Girls Raven Alexis & Manuel Ferrara
Nominated Crossover Star of the Year N/A N/A
Nominated Most Outrageous Sex Scene Fuck Sasha Grey Tony T.
Nominated Most Outrageous Sex Scene Fuck Sasha Grey Claire Adams

FAME Awards

Year Result Award
2007 Nominated Favorite Female Starlet
Nominated Favorite Oral Starlet
Nominated Favorite Female Rookie
Nominated Dirtiest Girl in Porn
2008 Nominated Favorite Female Starlet
Nominated Favorite Oral Starlet
Nominated Favorite Anal Starlet
Nominated Favorite Ass
Nominated Hottest Body
2009 Nominated Favorite Female Starlet
Nominated Favorite Oral Starlet
Nominated Favorite Anal Starlet
Nominated Favorite Ass
Nominated Hottest Body
Nominated Dirtiest Girl in Porn
2010 Nominated Favorite Female Starlet
Won Favorite Oral Starlet
Nominated Favorite Anal Starlet
Nominated Favorite Ass
Nominated Hottest Body
Nominated Dirtiest Girl in Porn

XBIZ Awards

Year Result Award Film
2009 Nominated Female Performer of the Year N/A
Nominated Crossover Star of the Year N/A
2010 Nominated Female Performer of the Year N/A
Won Crossover Star of the Year N/A
Nominated Acting Performance of the Year — Female Throat: A Cautionary Tale
2011 Nominated Crossover Star of the Year N/A
Nominated Acting Performance of the Year - Female Malice in Lalaland

XRCO Awards

Sasha Grey at the XRCO Awards on April 5, 2007
Year Result Award Film
2007 Won New Starlet N/A
Nominated Cream Dream N/A
Nominated Superslut N/A
2008 Won Female Performer of the Year N/A
Nominated Cream Dream N/A
Nominated Superslut N/A
Nominated Orgasmic Oralist N/A
2009 Nominated Female Performer of the Year N/A
Nominated Orgasmic Oralist N/A
Won Mainstream Adult Media Favorite N/A
2010 Nominated Single Performance – Actress Deep Throat: A Cautionary Tale
Nominated Orgasmic Oralist N/A
Won Mainstream Adult Media Favorite N/A
2011 Nominated Mainstream Adult Media Favorite N/A

Other awards

  • 2007 Adam Film World Guide Award – Teen Dream Of The Year[75]
  • 2007 Adultcon – Top 20 Adult Actresses[76]
  • 2010 TLARAW Award – Best Sex Toy – Sasha Grey Deep Penetration Vibrating Pussy and Ass[77]
  • 2011 TLARAW Award – Best Sex Toy – Sasha Grey Cream Pie Pussy[78]


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