Quotes (9)

  • [from an interview in 2004] I am a raging whore. Yeah I am. My sex drive is massive. I don't know where it came from, but I've always been incredibly sexual. It's pretty normal for me. At first I was wigged out by performing and stuff, but now, for me, it's like I'm a regular. Wake up, go to work, come home. But I enjoy it more with every day. I love it.
  • [from an interview in 2004] I love to watch my work. I really, really do. I love to watch other people's work, too. I don't really know what's out there anymore. I did use to watch a lot of porn, but that was still like a few years before I started researching porn. I was watching it back when it was Stephanie Swift and Kobe Tai, and those were like your main new girls.
  • [from an interview in 2004] I don't take to people telling me what to do all the time. I don't feel like I'm contractible material. And I'm not saying that in a way to bash myself. I'm just saying I don't really feel like I can fit the role of a contract girl. I really don't want to go do feature dancing to make the bulk of my money. I prefer performance. I would not like to be only performing one scene a month. I want to perform more than that. I just don't see myself doing that. I mean, the money is great, and it's great for my name, and I could get citizenship here in the states, which would be one of the reasons I would consider a contract, but ...
  • [from an interview in 2003] I danced for three years before getting into porn in Canada, England, and Las Vegas. In England, I was dancing in a really strict upscale club, Stringfellows, right in downtown London, and it was crazy. They had a rule where you had to be more than a certain number of feet from the guy; you couldn't even touch them on the shoulder when you were dancing; no lap dancing there. I would meet business people from all over the world: Egypt, Brazil, Africa, everywhere. It was really an experience -- and it was a real big change to go from there to Vegas; totally different. I got to California in March [2003], and I started in porn around mid-March.
  • I did two years at university where I was a music major, majoring in voice. I was singing when I was in high school, too; an art school. I also had 10 years of ballet, and I taught ballet for a year. I took tap, jazz, lyrical, and modern dance and I did musical theater where I would sing, dance, and act all at the same time.
  • [on directing porn] I think my reputation precedes me as a performer -- people know that I'm about giving it my all, and I think that when I'm on a set as a director, the talent feels like showing what they can really do because they respect that.
  • [2006 comment on shutting down her modeling agency] Running the agency has been really great. I've learned a lot from the girls, and it's given me a new appreciation for people who run modeling agencies. I'm just really trying to focus on acting and directing right now. I think this is the best move for my career.
  • [2005 comment on starting her own agency The Lauren Phoenix Agency] I can't be a performer forever, so I want to make sure I have a place in the industry for as long as I possibly can because I love it and I'd hate to leave it. It's something that I can hope to make money on while helping people and being sort of a role model. That's something that I always thought was important and prided myself on, being able to help people with the experience I have. My biggest joy is to educate the girls, and have them know exactly what they're getting themselves into. It can be a great, wonderful experience.
  • [2005 comment on her agency The Lauren Phoenix Agency] When I have new girls joining the agency, I always sit them down and tell them everything. How to prepare for a scene, make sure and check your tests, make sure to take care of yourself, and treat your body with respect. Make sure you're being very healthy and cautious. I want them to be safe and happy right from the start so they can have a lot of great sex and have a really good time.