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    Default INFORMATION on TRACI LORDS FILM FESTIVAL - STEUBENVILLES FAVORITE DAUGHTER



    I hear Traci is being invited! ANYONE KNOW IF SHE'LL BE THERE, and WHAT TIME?
    Traci Lords
    Traci Lords

    Birth name Nora Louise Kuzma[1]
    Birthdate May 7, 1968 (1968-05-07) (age 41)
    Birth location Steubenville, Ohio, U.S.
    Spouse(s) Jeff Lee (2002-present) 1 child
    Ryan Granger (1999-2000) (divorced)
    Brook Yeaton (1990-1996) (divorced)
    Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
    Weight 115 lb (52 kg; 8.2 st)
    Measurements: 36D-25-36 in
    Eye color Blue
    Hair color Brown/Blonde/Red
    Ethnicity Caucasian
    Alias(es) Kristie Elizabeth Nussman, Traci Elizabeth Lords, Tracy Lords, Nora Kuzma, Tracie Lords
    No. of films 107 as actress,
    2 as director
    (per IAFD)

    Traci Lords (born Nora Louise Kuzma;[1] May 7, 1968), also known as Traci Elizabeth Lords and Tracy Lords, is an American film actress, producer, film director, writer and singer. She first achieved notoriety for her underage appearances in pornographic films and Penthouse magazine (she was 15 years old in her first film),[2] later becoming a successful television and B-movie actress.


    [edit] Early life
    Nora Louise Kuzma was born in Steubenville, Ohio to Louis and Patricia Kuzma (née Briceland). Her stage name is said to be in tribute to Katharine Hepburn's character Tracy Lord from The Philadelphia Story (the same character played by Grace Kelly in High Society), or from the first name of her high school best friend Traci and the last name of her favorite actor from Hawaii Five-O, Jack Lord. She was raped at the age of ten. [3] At twelve, she fled from her abusive alcoholic father to Lawndale, California, with her mother and three sisters. Her mother's new boyfriend, Roger, was a cocaine dealer who molested her.[4] In 1983, she began attending Redondo Union High School.

    [edit] Porn career
    At the age of 15, she was living with her mother's ex-boyfriend, Roger. Posing as her stepfather, he helped her respond to classified ads requesting models. Using a fake ID provided by Roger that stated she was 20 rather than 15,[5] she started in the porn industry with Jim South at the World Modeling Agency in Sherman Oaks, under the name Kristie Elizabeth Nussman.[4]

    Shortly after, she was modeling for widely distributed adult magazines, most notably Penthouse, in the same September 1984 issue that exposed Miss America 1984, Vanessa Williams. She quickly ventured into adult movies. Her first movie was What Gets Me Hot!, followed by Those Young Girls and Talk Dirty To Me Part III, all made in the first half of 1984. By the time she was 18, she had appeared in 100 adult films; however, Lords argued in her autobiography that about 80 of those films were composed from leftover and re-edited footage from 21 of her original films.[6]

    In May 1986, authorities discovered she had been underage while making pornographic movies and arrested her, as well as the owners of her movie agency and X-Citement Video, Inc. (See United States v. X-Citement Video.) The ensuing prosecution against the agencies cost the pornographic film and distribution industry millions of dollars, as they were obliged by law to remove hundreds of thousands of her videotapes, films and magazines from store shelves to avoid the risk of prosecution for trafficking in child pornography (the legality varies with countries: For example, while it is illegal in France to produce a pornographic film involving an actor under 18, the film remains legal[7]).

    Only one of these films, Traci, I Love You, was produced after her eighteenth birthday, making it the only one legally available in the United States. (However, in non-US jurisdictions where the age of consent is lower, as well as over the Internet, her earlier films continue to be distributed).




    [
    Lords' most recent major theatrical appearance is in Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008). Lords' character is loosely based on herself, but refused to appear nude. She also starred in the 2009 low-budget science fiction film Princess of Mars.

    [edit] Acting credits
    [edit] Film
    Princess of Mars (2009) - Dejah Thoris
    I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell (2009) - Connie
    Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008) - Bubbles
    Crazy Eights (2006) – Gina Conte
    Novel Romance (2005) – Max
    Frostbite (2005) – Naomi Bucks
    Home (2003) – Lorna
    Black Mask 2: City of Masks (2002) – Chameleon
    You're Killing Me... (aka: The Killing Club) (2001) – Laura Engles
    Chump Change (2001) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Sam
    Certain Guys (2000) – Kathleen
    Epicenter (2000) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Amanda Foster
    Extramarital (1999) – Elizabeth
    Me and Will (1999) – Waitress
    Stir (1998) – Kelly Bekins
    Blade (1998) – Racquel
    Boogie Boy (1998) – Shonda Lee Bragg
    Nowhere (1997) – Valley Chick #1
    Underworld (1996) – Anna
    Blood Money (1996) – Wendy Monroe
    Virtuosity (1995) – Media Zone Singer
    Skinner (1995) – Heidi
    Your Studio and You (1995) - Herself
    Ice (1994) – Ellen Reed
    Serial Mom (1994) – Carl's Date
    Plughead Rewired: Circuitry Man II (1994) – Norma
    Desperate Crimes (1993) – Laura
    Intent to Kill (1993) – Vickie Stewart
    Laser Moon (1992) – Barbara Fleck
    The Nutt House (1992) – Miss Tress
    Raw Nerve (1991) – Gina Clayton
    A Time to Die (1991) – Jackie
    Shock 'Em Dead (1991) – Lindsay Roberts
    Cry-Baby (1990) – Wanda Woodward
    Fast Food (1989) – Dixie Love
    Not of This Earth (1988) – Nadine Story
    [edit] Television
    Panic Button - 2007
    Andy Barker, P.I. - (2007) - Loretta Crispin
    Celebrity Paranormal Project (2006) (as herself)
    Gilmore Girls (2003) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Natalie Zimmermann
    Deathlands (2003) – Lady Rachel Cawdor
    They Shoot Divas, Don't They? (2002) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Mira
    First Wave (2000-01) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Jordan Radcliffe
    Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (1 episode, 1999)
    D.R.E.A.M. Team (1999) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Lena Brant
    Profiler (1997-1998) – Sharon Lesher
    Nash Bridges (1997) - as Sean Collins
    Dead Man's Island (1996) – Miranda Prescott
    As Good as Dead (1995) – Nicole Grace
    Melrose Place (1995) – Rikki
    Dragstrip Girl (1994) – Blanche
    Roseanne (1994) – Stacy
    Bandit: Bandit's Silver Angel (1994) – Angel Austin
    Highlander: The Series (1993) – Greta
    Tales from the Crypt (1993) - Emma Conway
    The Tommyknockers (1993) – Nancy Voss
    Murder in High Places (1991) – Diane
    Married...With Children (1991) – Vanessa Van Pelt
    MacGyver Jenny (1 episode, 1990)
    [edit] Video games
    True Crime: New York City (2005) – Cassandra Hartz
    Ground Control II: Operation Exodus (2004) – Dr. Alice McNeil
    Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (2004) – Pestilence
    Defender (2002) – Commander Kyoto
    [edit] Music
    "Come Alive" (2007) (single)
    "You Burn Inside Me" (2005 - used for Duprey Cosmetics commercial)- directed by Mike Ruiz, produced by Jeff Beasley.
    "Walking in L.A." (2004) (single) The music video was directed by fashion photographer Mike Ruiz, and produced by Jeff Beasley for CAYA FILMWORKS. It first premiered on an episode of "Oprah" during her interview with Traci Lords.
    "Sunshine" (2004) (single)
    1000 Fires (1995) (CD)
    "Fallen Angel" (1995) (CD single and vinyl LP)
    "Control (Juno Reactor Instrumental)" - used for Reptile's theme in Mortal Kombat.
    "Control" (1994) (CD single)
    Acid Eaters (1993 Ramones album) (background vocals on "Somebody to Love")
    Generation Terrorists (1992 Manic Street Preachers album) (vocals on "Little Baby Nothing")
    [edit] Notable adult videos
    What Gets Me Hot! (1984) – Lannie (her first adult movie; credited as Tracy Lords)
    Talk Dirty To Me Part III (1984) – Mermaid (later reissued with Lords' scenes replaced by new scenes featuring Lisa De Leeuw)
    Those Young Girls (1984) – Traci
    Sister Dearest (1984)
    Educating Mandy (1985) – Mandy (scenes are used in the comedy From Beijing with Love by Stephen Chow, as the "painkiller" when he was undergoing the operation for bullet removal)
    Holly Does Hollywood (1985) – Tracy
    Black Throat (1985) – Debbie
    Electric Blue 28 (1985) – Nikki (scenes deleted)
    Future Voyeur (1985)
    Hollywood Heartbreakers (1985)
    Kinky Business (1985) (later reissued with Lords' scenes deleted)
    It's My Body (1985) – Maggie
    New Wave Hookers (1985) – The Devil (later reissued with Lords' scenes replaced by new scenes featuring Ginger Lynn)
    Perfect Fit (1985) – Diane
    The Grafenberg Spot (aka The G-Spot) (1985) – credited as Tracy Lords[12]
    Traci Takes Tokyo (1986) – Traci (currently banned in the U.S.)
    Beverly Hills Copulator (1986) – Michelle Leon (credited as Tracy Lords)
    Traci, I Love You (1987) – Traci (Lords' last porno film and her only one legally available in the U.S.)
    [edit] Literature
    Nicolas Barbano: Verdens 25 hotteste pornostjerner (Rosinante, Denmark 1999) ISBN 87-7357-961-0: Features a chapter on Traci Lords.

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    I hear Traci is being invited! ANYONE KNOW IF SHE'LL BE THERE, and WHAT TIME?
    Traci Lords
    Traci Lords

    Birth name Nora Louise Kuzma[1]
    Birthdate May 7, 1968 (1968-05-07) (age 41)
    Birth location Steubenville, Ohio, U.S.
    Spouse(s) Jeff Lee (2002-present) 1 child
    Ryan Granger (1999-2000) (divorced)
    Brook Yeaton (1990-1996) (divorced)
    Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
    Weight 115 lb (52 kg; 8.2 st)
    Measurements: 36D-25-36 in
    Eye color Blue
    Hair color Brown/Blonde/Red
    Ethnicity Caucasian
    Alias(es) Kristie Elizabeth Nussman, Traci Elizabeth Lords, Tracy Lords, Nora Kuzma, Tracie Lords
    No. of films 107 as actress,
    2 as director
    (per IAFD)

    Traci Lords (born Nora Louise Kuzma;[1] May 7, 1968), also known as Traci Elizabeth Lords and Tracy Lords, is an American film actress, producer, film director, writer and singer. She first achieved notoriety for her underage appearances in pornographic films and Penthouse magazine (she was 15 years old in her first film),[2] later becoming a successful television and B-movie actress.


    [edit] Early life
    Nora Louise Kuzma was born in Steubenville, Ohio to Louis and Patricia Kuzma (née Briceland). Her stage name is said to be in tribute to Katharine Hepburn's character Tracy Lord from The Philadelphia Story (the same character played by Grace Kelly in High Society), or from the first name of her high school best friend Traci and the last name of her favorite actor from Hawaii Five-O, Jack Lord. She was raped at the age of ten. [3] At twelve, she fled from her abusive alcoholic father to Lawndale, California, with her mother and three sisters. Her mother's new boyfriend, Roger, was a cocaine dealer who molested her.[4] In 1983, she began attending Redondo Union High School.

    [edit] Porn career
    At the age of 15, she was living with her mother's ex-boyfriend, Roger. Posing as her stepfather, he helped her respond to classified ads requesting models. Using a fake ID provided by Roger that stated she was 20 rather than 15,[5] she started in the porn industry with Jim South at the World Modeling Agency in Sherman Oaks, under the name Kristie Elizabeth Nussman.[4]

    Shortly after, she was modeling for widely distributed adult magazines, most notably Penthouse, in the same September 1984 issue that exposed Miss America 1984, Vanessa Williams. She quickly ventured into adult movies. Her first movie was What Gets Me Hot!, followed by Those Young Girls and Talk Dirty To Me Part III, all made in the first half of 1984. By the time she was 18, she had appeared in 100 adult films; however, Lords argued in her autobiography that about 80 of those films were composed from leftover and re-edited footage from 21 of her original films.[6]

    In May 1986, authorities discovered she had been underage while making pornographic movies and arrested her, as well as the owners of her movie agency and X-Citement Video, Inc. (See United States v. X-Citement Video.) The ensuing prosecution against the agencies cost the pornographic film and distribution industry millions of dollars, as they were obliged by law to remove hundreds of thousands of her videotapes, films and magazines from store shelves to avoid the risk of prosecution for trafficking in child pornography (the legality varies with countries: For example, while it is illegal in France to produce a pornographic film involving an actor under 18, the film remains legal[7]).

    Only one of these films, Traci, I Love You, was produced after her eighteenth birthday, making it the only one legally available in the United States. (However, in non-US jurisdictions where the age of consent is lower, as well as over the Internet, her earlier films continue to be distributed).




    [
    Lords' most recent major theatrical appearance is in Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008). Lords' character is loosely based on herself, but refused to appear nude. She also starred in the 2009 low-budget science fiction film Princess of Mars.

    [edit] Acting credits
    [edit] Film
    Princess of Mars (2009) - Dejah Thoris
    I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell (2009) - Connie
    Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008) - Bubbles
    Crazy Eights (2006) – Gina Conte
    Novel Romance (2005) – Max
    Frostbite (2005) – Naomi Bucks
    Home (2003) – Lorna
    Black Mask 2: City of Masks (2002) – Chameleon
    You're Killing Me... (aka: The Killing Club) (2001) – Laura Engles
    Chump Change (2001) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Sam
    Certain Guys (2000) – Kathleen
    Epicenter (2000) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Amanda Foster
    Extramarital (1999) – Elizabeth
    Me and Will (1999) – Waitress
    Stir (1998) – Kelly Bekins
    Blade (1998) – Racquel
    Boogie Boy (1998) – Shonda Lee Bragg
    Nowhere (1997) – Valley Chick #1
    Underworld (1996) – Anna
    Blood Money (1996) – Wendy Monroe
    Virtuosity (1995) – Media Zone Singer
    Skinner (1995) – Heidi
    Your Studio and You (1995) - Herself
    Ice (1994) – Ellen Reed
    Serial Mom (1994) – Carl's Date
    Plughead Rewired: Circuitry Man II (1994) – Norma
    Desperate Crimes (1993) – Laura
    Intent to Kill (1993) – Vickie Stewart
    Laser Moon (1992) – Barbara Fleck
    The Nutt House (1992) – Miss Tress
    Raw Nerve (1991) – Gina Clayton
    A Time to Die (1991) – Jackie
    Shock 'Em Dead (1991) – Lindsay Roberts
    Cry-Baby (1990) – Wanda Woodward
    Fast Food (1989) – Dixie Love
    Not of This Earth (1988) – Nadine Story
    [edit] Television
    Panic Button - 2007
    Andy Barker, P.I. - (2007) - Loretta Crispin
    Celebrity Paranormal Project (2006) (as herself)
    Gilmore Girls (2003) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Natalie Zimmermann
    Deathlands (2003) – Lady Rachel Cawdor
    They Shoot Divas, Don't They? (2002) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Mira
    First Wave (2000-01) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Jordan Radcliffe
    Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (1 episode, 1999)
    D.R.E.A.M. Team (1999) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Lena Brant
    Profiler (1997-1998) – Sharon Lesher
    Nash Bridges (1997) - as Sean Collins
    Dead Man's Island (1996) – Miranda Prescott
    As Good as Dead (1995) – Nicole Grace
    Melrose Place (1995) – Rikki
    Dragstrip Girl (1994) – Blanche
    Roseanne (1994) – Stacy
    Bandit: Bandit's Silver Angel (1994) – Angel Austin
    Highlander: The Series (1993) – Greta
    Tales from the Crypt (1993) - Emma Conway
    The Tommyknockers (1993) – Nancy Voss
    Murder in High Places (1991) – Diane
    Married...With Children (1991) – Vanessa Van Pelt
    MacGyver Jenny (1 episode, 1990)
    [edit] Video games
    True Crime: New York City (2005) – Cassandra Hartz
    Ground Control II: Operation Exodus (2004) – Dr. Alice McNeil
    Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (2004) – Pestilence
    Defender (2002) – Commander Kyoto
    [edit] Music
    "Come Alive" (2007) (single)
    "You Burn Inside Me" (2005 - used for Duprey Cosmetics commercial)- directed by Mike Ruiz, produced by Jeff Beasley.
    "Walking in L.A." (2004) (single) The music video was directed by fashion photographer Mike Ruiz, and produced by Jeff Beasley for CAYA FILMWORKS. It first premiered on an episode of "Oprah" during her interview with Traci Lords.
    "Sunshine" (2004) (single)
    1000 Fires (1995) (CD)
    "Fallen Angel" (1995) (CD single and vinyl LP)
    "Control (Juno Reactor Instrumental)" - used for Reptile's theme in Mortal Kombat.
    "Control" (1994) (CD single)
    Acid Eaters (1993 Ramones album) (background vocals on "Somebody to Love")
    Generation Terrorists (1992 Manic Street Preachers album) (vocals on "Little Baby Nothing")
    [edit] Notable adult videos
    What Gets Me Hot! (1984) – Lannie (her first adult movie; credited as Tracy Lords)
    Talk Dirty To Me Part III (1984) – Mermaid (later reissued with Lords' scenes replaced by new scenes featuring Lisa De Leeuw)
    Those Young Girls (1984) – Traci
    Sister Dearest (1984)
    Educating Mandy (1985) – Mandy (scenes are used in the comedy From Beijing with Love by Stephen Chow, as the "painkiller" when he was undergoing the operation for bullet removal)
    Holly Does Hollywood (1985) – Tracy
    Black Throat (1985) – Debbie
    Electric Blue 28 (1985) – Nikki (scenes deleted)
    Future Voyeur (1985)
    Hollywood Heartbreakers (1985)
    Kinky Business (1985) (later reissued with Lords' scenes deleted)
    It's My Body (1985) – Maggie
    New Wave Hookers (1985) – The Devil (later reissued with Lords' scenes replaced by new scenes featuring Ginger Lynn)
    Perfect Fit (1985) – Diane
    The Grafenberg Spot (aka The G-Spot) (1985) – credited as Tracy Lords[12]
    Traci Takes Tokyo (1986) – Traci (currently banned in the U.S.)
    Beverly Hills Copulator (1986) – Michelle Leon (credited as Tracy Lords)
    Traci, I Love You (1987) – Traci (Lords' last porno film and her only one legally available in the U.S.)
    [edit] Literature
    Nicolas Barbano: Verdens 25 hotteste pornostjerner (Rosinante, Denmark 1999) ISBN 87-7357-961-0: Features a chapter on Traci Lords.
    I"m am Inviting Traci Lords to stay at my house, if she does come to town. She can even stay in my bed. This is a public invitation Traci!

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    Helo Im Big Jeff 1 in the #24 Chevy. Hey Skinny you forgot one of her Movies. The 1985 Film The Pleasure Party. Staring Tracl Lords, Eric Boyre, Mark Wallice, Chuck Martino, Beverly Bliss, and Barbi Dahl. Writen by Carl Met Produced by G.V.C.INC, Directed by John Shubert. It is about a Sex Toy Party where the sell Dildos Titty Cream and such. It also has a sean where they have a Dasie Chain with 4 women in the opening seen. Well I gota go so I just thought I let ya know ya missed one . Later

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    I see no one else wanted to weigh in on this. I wonder why? Hey every body loved Dean why not Tracey?

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    Default Traci Lord rocks

    Tracy Lord Rocks

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