Karma can mean many things to many people, but for jessica drake it has always meant an abundance of riches, charm, and success. Her beauty frames a provocative personality that's helped her develop one of the most robust and acclaimed careers in adult. It's a career that rose to a new level in 2009, as she created big budget features with Brad Armstrong ? she received AVN's 2009 Best Actress and Best DP Sex Scene awards for "Fallen" ? while branching out on her own as a filmmaker. And 2010's AVN award nominations showed her continuing this tradition of excellence, with more acclaim in the Best Actress category for "Hush," several sex scene mentions (including Best Group Sex Scene for "2040," which she subsequently won), as well as an induction into the AVN Hall Of Fame.
But even before she was an official member of Wicked's creative team, jessica had appeared in some of the company's best-known productions, including Armstrong's Dream Quest and Falling From Grace, and Jonathan Morgan's About A Woman, for which she received an AVN nomination for Best Supporting Actress. It was obvious to Wicked from these performances that jessica was a unique find, and since inking her deal in 2003, she has appeared in such heralded titles as Morgan's Space Nuts, Armstrong's The Collector and Sold, and Michael Raven's Perfect Life. jessica also starred in Armstrong's Fluff & Fold, an AVN Editor's Choice which earned her a much deserved award for Best Actress.
During the 2006 AVN Awards season, she received a wealth of noms, including Best Actress for One Man's Obsession and Best Supporting Actress for both Armstrong's Eternity and Morgan's Camp Cuddly Pines Power Tool Massacre. On January 13th 2007, her career reached yet another pinnacle of success, as she supplemented her duties as the host of the 2007 AVN Awards by taking home trophies for Best Actress - Film (for Armstrong's Manhunters) and Best All-Girl Sex Scene (for FUCK). Her 2008 AVN Nominations included Best Actress for Raven's Delilah, Best Supporting Actress for Love Always (for which she also penned the screenplay), and three sex scene noms for her work in The Craving.
Even a glance at her track record reveals this actress to be one of adult's most precious assets. After all, this is a woman who has spent time in Sacramento meeting with state legislators on behalf of the Free Speech Coalition, and it's the same lady who graced a photo essay commissioned by the U.N. in 2005. She has appeared in Premiere, Chord, and Stuff magazines, been profiled on HBO's Pornucopia, done radio with metal legends Anthrax, danced on-stage with Kid Rock, worked on the FOX TV series Skin, appeared on Maxim Radio and G4's Attack Of The Show, walked the red carpet at the Grammy Awards, and received coverage on Late Night with David Letterman. Other TV appearances include pieces on AMC's Sunday Morning Shootout, The Tyra Banks Show, and Criss Angel's Mind Freak.
As a director, jessica is developing a host of projects that continue the tradition of her filmmaking debut, What Girls Like. It's a path she prepared for by assistant directing such Armstrong shows as Coming Home and writing the screenplays for Love Always, Just Between Us, and Dating 101. As a performer, she continues to thrill fans in new releases like The Alibi and such 2010 AVN nominated titles as Mobster's Ball 2, House Of Wicked, Hush, and, of course, 2040. Get to know one of the most charismatic personalities in adult entertainment today by visiting jessica at www.jessicadrake.com.
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AVN - Best Actress - Video (2005)
AVN - Best Actress - Film (2007)
AVN - Best All-Girl Sex Scene - Film (2007)
AVN - Best Actress (2009)
AVN - Best Double Penetration Sex Scene (2009)
AVN - Best Group Sex Scene (2010)
AVN - Best Safe Sex Scene (2014)