Former porn actor and entrepreneur Jenna Jameson is worth an estimated $5 million. As an adult film actress, Jenna Jameson has made substantial money. ClubJenna, the adult firm she co-founded, was also started by her. In 2000, she and her husband Jay Grdina created ClubJenna. The organization began by giving journals, relationship counseling, stock suggestions, and photos and videos.
Later, it developed into a multi-media adult online empire, selling products and adult videos featuring Jenna and others. Most of Jenna’s roles have been with other women, but she has also had a handful with male actors. In addition to acting, Jenna has directed films, including “Jenna’s Provocateur.”
As a child
A Las Vegas, Nevada native, Jenna Jameson was born Jenna Marie Massoli on April 9, 1974. The death of Jenna’s mother from melanoma when Jenna Jameson was still very young was a devastating blow to her family. Her family relocated to Arizona and Montana. While growing up, she spent a lot of time with her grandma and competed in several pageants. Throughout her childhood, she also attended dance lessons. Jameson began doing drugs in high school, and over four years, he developed a severe addiction.
After graduating, she became a Bonanza High School alumna who temporarily worked at the Disneyland Resort. In only six months at the Crazy Horse Too nightclub, Jenna Jameson was making $2000 a night. She used to go by the stage name Jenna is when she first started dancing professionally. Intending to enter Penthouse, she began posing naked in 1991.
A Career in the film industry
A non-explicit softcore picture directed by Andrew Blake was Jenna Jameson’s first foray into the sensual cinema genre. Jenna Jameson rapidly became a star in the Las Vegas region and appeared in several pornographic films. She was able to kick her drug habit in 1994 by going home to stay with her father and grandmother for a few weeks. After that, she moved to Los Angeles, where Jenna Jameson shared an apartment with fellow adult actress Nikki Tyler, with whom she was dating. In 1995, a small adult film production firm, Wicked Pictures, obtained an exclusive contract with Jenna.
The contract paid her $6,000 for her first year of work on each of the eight films she appeared in. “Big Blue,” her first big-budget project in 1995, was a critical and commercial success, with Jameson and the picture taking home several honors from the three major industries. By 2001, Jenna was making $60,000 a day and a half filming and $8,000 a night at the strip club as a side job. Jenna ended her career in pornographic films in 2008.
The “Howard Stern Show” featured Jameson regularly. In his biography “Private Parts,” she made a cameo appearance. She appeared in “Family Guy” and “Mister Sterling” on NBC, where she voiced the character of a political financier’s girlfriend. Her voice acting abilities have also been put to use in video games. Candy Suxxx in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Daisy in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater Four were her first roles. The song “Without Me” featured her in a music video alongside Eminem.
It was. “How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale” was published by Jameson in 2004. Co-written with New York Times writer Neil Strauss, the lurid tell-all was an instant smash and spent six weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list. “Sugar,” Jameson wrote a fictional sexual novel, released in October.
In 2005, she founded Club Thrust, a homosexual men’s interactive website. There were many sexually explicit advice, movies, and rumors to be found there. In 2005, she co-founded Babes Cabaret, an Arizona-based strip club, with business partners. After Jenna initiated a petition, she was able to keep Babes Cabaret operating despite considerable opposition.
WICKED COW ENTERTAINMENT, a New York City-based company, began selling its products in upscale department stores such as Saks Fifth Avenue in 2006.
Life at Home
Nikki Tyler, a fellow adult actor, was Jenna’s long-term girlfriend. One of Jameson’s most famous ex-lovers, Marilyn Manson, is mentioned in her book. For ten short weeks, she was married to adult star and director of Wicked Pictures, Rodney Hopkins (known as Brad Armstrong) (known as Brad Armstrong.) They separated in March 2001 when Brad found Jenna having an affair with Jorge Araya Montoya, whom she had met on vacation in Costa Rica.
Jay Grdina was her second spouse. Jenna and Jay were married from 2003 to 2006. They met in 1998. Shortly after their wedding, Jay and Jenna bought a $4.5 million property in Paradise Valley, Arizona. Adult film actor Justin Sterling was a pseudonym for Grdina. Throughout Jenna’s adult film career, they were each other’s sole co-stars on screen. She could not conceive with Grdina after a skin cancer diagnosis and subsequent surgery in 2004. The pair declared their breakup in 2006.
Lior Bitton, Jenna Jameson’s boyfriend, revealed the couple’s first pregnancy in August of that year. In April 2017, Batel Lu was born to them.
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