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Sharon Kane

Sharon Kane
Born (1956-02-24) February 24, 1956 [1]
Ohio, USA
Other names Shirley Woods, Shirley Wood, Sharon Cane, Sharon Cain, Jennifer Walker, Jennifer Holmes, Sheri Vaughan, Sharon Maiberg, Barb Mathews, De Je Von
No. of adult films 1039 as actress,
31 as director
(per IAFD)

Sharon Kane (born in Ohio) is an American bondage model and pornographic actress. She has appeared in many adult magazines and pornographic movies, in both dominant and submissive roles.

She is a member of both the AVN[2] and XRCO Halls of Fame.[3]

Recently, Kane works behind the camera as a director, production manager, art director and film composer. She wrote the scores for 1997's The Hills Have Bi's and Chi Chi La Rue's Idol in the Sky. She directed and starred in Stairway to Paradise, the movie featured in the book Coming Attractions: The Making of an X-Rated Movie.[4] She is now head of production for Naughty America's gay site Suite 703.



  • Hall of Fame Inductee[2]
  • 1990 Best Actress – Video for Bodies in Heat – The Sequel[5]
  • 1990 Best Couples Sex Scene – Film for Firestorm 3[5]


  • Hall of Fame Inductee[3]
  • 1984 Best Supporting Actress for Throat: 12 Years After[6][7]
  • 1989 Best Actress for Bodies in Heat – The Sequel[6]

Legends of Erotica

  • Hall of Fame Inductee[8]


  1. ^ Sharon Kane at the Internet Adult Film Database
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