Stacy Valentine Obituary, Death – Stacy Valentine (Miller), who was born in the United States on August 9, 1970, is a former pornographic actress. She has been inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame as well as the XRCO Hall of Fame. Valentine, who was adopted by her parents in Tulsa, Oklahoma [citation required], and who married at an early age, participated for an amateur picture contest hosted by Gallery magazine titled “Girl Next Door.”
She triumphed in the competition, and as a result, she was featured in a subsequent spread in Hustler magazine. During the time that she was filming for Hustler in Mexico, she appeared for a boy-girl layout for the magazine Rage, which is a spinoff of Hustler. She said yes to appearing in the hardcore film Bikini Beach 4 that would be produced by Coast-to-Coast. She said she had fun throughout the filming. She came home a week after shooting, packed up her possessions, and then left her husband and relocated to Los Angeles in order to pursue a career as an adult actor on a full-time basis.
Valentine got her stage name from the fact that she debuted in her first adult film on February 14, 1996. This date is significant since it was also her birthday. Exactly four years later, in the year 2000, she directed her last picture. Valentine had an early realization that she did not want to be active in the adult business for an extended period of time. “When you first enter the industry, you should have the goals of becoming a contract girl and winning awards as your top priorities. I had a job as a contract model. The prizes were given to me.
I put in a lot of effort to get to the top of that ladder, and there’s no way in hell that I’m going back down it now. Consequently, I reasoned that it would be an excellent moment for me to go.” As of the year 2010, Valentine was a resident of California and worked for Penthouse magazine as a director as well as a model recruiter. Earlier in her career, she worked from Florida with the same job title. She was still employed at Penthouse as of the year 2015, holding the position of “West Coast Creative Director” in her current capacity.