Traci Lords

Tracy Lords -Traci Elizabeth Lords (born Nora Louise Kuzma;May 7, 1968)
Tracy is an American film actress, producer, film director, writer and singer. She first achieved notoriety for her underage appearances in pornographic videos (she was 16 years old in her first movie in 1984) and Penthouse magazine (September 1984)later becoming a television and B-movie actress.
Bio: Porn Star Traci Lords is one of the most controversial and well-known figures in porno history. A blowsy blonde strumpet with a penchant for vocal sexual hysterics, Traci Lords was one of the top starlets of the mid-80's. Traci Lords naturally breasty figure and wide-mouthed, pouty good looks took her straight to the top of the business within months of her debut.
Her only legal sexvid is 1987's 'Traci, I Love You,' a self-produced star vehicle she made in France. The huge publicity generated by her admission made Traci Lords a household name, and she has since parlayed her notoriety into a good deal of mainstream success. Traci Lords has landed parts in quite a few 'legit' flicks, including John Waters' 'Cry Baby,' 'Not Of This Earth,' and the 1998 vampire thriller 'Blade.' Traci Lords' had a stint as the resident bad girl on Fox's 'Melrose Place' and even had a hit record in the mid-90's with her dance CD '1000 Fires.' Traci Lords continues to pursue a mainstream acting and singing career. Ironically, her banishment from the porno biz has led her to more crossover success than any other hardcore starlet to date.Traci Lords Photos

Film



  • Devil May Call (2013) .... Valerie Kramer

  • Excision (2012)

  • Here & Now (2010) – Diane

  • Au Pair, Kansas (2010) – Helen

  • Princess of Mars (2009) – Dejah Thoris

  • I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell (2009) – Connie

  • Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008) – Bubbles

  • The Chosen One (2007)

  • Crazy Eights (2006) – Gina Conte

  • Novel Romance (2005) – Max

  • Frostbite (2005) – Naomi Bucks

  • Home (2003) – Lorna

  • Black Mask 2: City of Masks (2002) – Chameleon

  • You're Killing Me... (aka: The Killing Club) (2001) – Laura Engles

  • Chump Change (2001) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Sam

  • Certain Guys (2000) – Kathleen

  • Epicenter (2000) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Amanda Foster

  • Extramarital (1999) – Elizabeth

  • Me and Will (1999) – Waitress

  • Stir (1998) – Kelly Bekins

  • Blade (1998) – Racquel

  • Boogie Boy (1998) – Shonda Lee Bragg

  • Nowhere (1997) – Valley Chick No. 1

  • Blood Money (1997) – Wendy Monroe

  • Underworld (1996) – Anna

  • Virtuosity (1995) – Media Zone Singer

  • Skinner (1995) – Heidi

  • Your Studio and You (1995) – Herself

  • Ice (1994) – Ellen Reed

  • Serial Mom (1994) – Carl's Date

  • Plughead Rewired: Circuitry Man II (1994) – Norma

  • Desperate Crimes (1993) – Laura

  • Intent to Kill (1992) – Vickie Stewart

  • Laser Moon (1992) – Barbara Fleck

  • The Nutt House (1992) – Miss Tress

  • Raw Nerve (1991) – Gina Clayton

  • A Time to Die (1991) – Jackie

  • Shock 'Em Dead (1991) – Lindsay Roberts

  • Cry-Baby (1990) – Wanda Woodward

  • Fast Food (1989) – Dixie Love

  • Not of This Earth (1988) – Nadine Story


Television



  • Celebrity Ghost Stories (2009)

  • Head Case (2007)

  • Panic Button (2007)

  • Andy Barker, P.I. (2007) – Loretta Crispin

  • Celebrity Paranormal Project (2006) (as herself)

  • Will and Grace (2005) – Rose

  • Gilmore Girls (2003) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Natalie Zimmermann

  • Deathlands (2003) – Lady Rachel Cawdor

  • They Shoot Divas, Don't They? (2002) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Mira

  • First Wave (2000–01) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Jordan Radcliffe

  • Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (S6,E5 1999)

  • D.R.E.A.M. Team (1999) (as Traci Elizabeth Lords) – Lena Brant

  • Profiler (1997–1998) – Sharon Lesher

  • Nash Bridges (1997) – as Sean Collins

  • Dead Man's Island (1996) – Miranda Prescott

  • As Good As Dead (1995) – Nicole Grace

  • Melrose Place (1995) – Rikki

  • Dragstrip Girl (1994) – Blanche

  • Roseanne (1994) – Stacy

  • Bandit: Bandit's Silver Angel (1994) – Angel Austin

  • Highlander: The Series (1993) – Greta

  • Tales from the Crypt (1993) — Emma Conway

  • The Tommyknockers (1993) – Nancy Voss

  • Murder in High Places (1991) – Diane

  • Married... with Children (1991: Season 6, Episode 11) – Vanessa Van Pelt; (1989: Season 4, Episode 4) – T.C.

  • MacGyver Jenny (1 episode, 1990)

  • Wiseguy (1 episode, 1989:Season 1, Episode 22) – "Date with an Angel"


Video games



  • Hitman: Absolution (2012) – Layla Stockton

  • True Crime: New York City (2005) – Cassandra Hartz

  • Ground Control II: Operation Exodus (2004) – Dr. Alice McNeil

  • Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (2004) – Pestilence

  • Defender (2002) – Commander Kyoto


Music



  • "He's My Bitch" (Traci Lords v. The House Rejects Featuring Brian Lucas) (2012) No. 25 Billboard Dance/Club Play Chart

  • "Last Drag" (2011) (single) No. 4 Billboard Dance/Club Play Chart

  • "Come Alive" (2007) (single)

  • "You Burn Inside Me" (2005 – used for Duprey Cosmetics commercial)- directed by Mike Ruiz, produced by Jeff Beasley.

  • "Walking in L.A." (2004) (single) The music video was directed by fashion photographer Mike Ruiz, and produced by Jeff Beasley for CAYA FILMWORKS. It first premiered on an episode of "Oprah" during her interview with Traci Lords.

  • "Sunshine" (2004) (single)

  • 1000 Fires (1995) (CD)

  • "Fallen Angel" (1995 Paul Oakenfold) (CD single and vinyl LP) No. 11 Billboard Dance/Club Play Chart; UK #72

  • "Control (Juno Reactor Instrumental)" – used for Reptile's theme in Mortal Kombat.

  • "Control" (1994) (CD single) No. 2 Billboard Dance/Club Play Chart

  • Acid Eaters (1993 Ramones album) (background vocals on "Somebody to Love")

  • Generation Terrorists (1992 Manic Street Preachers album) (vocals on "Little Baby Nothing" – UK # 29)


Notable adult videos



  • What Gets Me Hot! (1984) – Lannie (her first adult movie; credited as Tracy Lords)

  • The Sex Goddess (1984) – Marilyn

  • Talk Dirty To Me Part III (1984) – Mermaid (later reissued with Lords' scenes replaced by new scenes featuring Lisa De Leeuw)

  • Those Young Girls (1984) – Traci

  • Sister Dearest (1984) (later reissued as Back To Class with Lords' scenes edited out)

  • Educating Mandy (1985) – Mandy (scenes are used in the comedy From Beijing with Love by Stephen Chow, as the "painkiller" when he was undergoing the operation for bullet removal)

  • Holly Does Hollywood (1985) – Tracy

  • Black Throat (1985) – Debbie

  • Electric Blue 28 (1985) – Nikki (scenes deleted)

  • Future Voyeur (1985)

  • Harlequin Affair (1985) (credited as Tracy Lords)

  • Hollywood Heartbreakers (1985)

  • Kinky Business (1985) (later reissued with Lords' scenes deleted)

  • It's My Body (1985) – Maggie

  • New Wave Hookers (1985) – The Devil (later reissued with Lords' scene deleted)

  • Perfect Fit (1985) – Diane

  • The Grafenberg Spot (aka The G-Spot) (1985) – credited as Tracy Lords

  • Traci Takes Tokyo (1986) – Traci (currently banned in the U.S.)

  • Beverly Hills Copulator (1986) – Michelle Leon (credited as Tracy Lords)

  • Traci, I Love You (1987) – Traci Lords' last porno film and her only one featuring all of her scenes intact that is legally available in the U.S.


Literature



  • Nicolas Barbano: Verdens 25 hotteste pornostjerner (Rosinante, Denmark 1999) ISBN 87-7357-961-0: Features a chapter on Traci Lords.

  • Steve Rag (= Tim Greaves): Norma K. nr. 1-2 and Nora K. nr. 3-6 (England 1990–1992): Traci Lords-fanzine

  • Steve Rag (= Tim Greaves): The Nora K. Kompendium (Media Publications, England 1996): The best from Norma K./Nora K.

  • Brad Linaweaver (pub): Traci Lords – Incomparable (Mondo Cult, 2009) Interview and article.

  • Suzanne Somers (ed): Wednesday's Children: Adult Survivors of Abuse Speak Out (Putnam Adult, 1992): Features a chapter on Traci Lords.

  • Frank C. Naylor El cine X underground. Llevándolo al límite, 2009 Ed.: Lulu