Ava Addams’ flawless body and double-D breasts were made for porn. Even though she’s been around for 11+ years, people still talk about Ava and her latest movies. She didn’t become stale, she didn’t turn in a single bad performance. What makes Ava stand out is the fact that she doesn’t even need to act while shooting a hardcore porn scene. She’s banging for realsies. The big-breasted cougar experiences REAL orgasms in almost every scene and that’s pretty unique, in case you haven’t figured it out.
The future porn legend was born in Gibraltar, on 09/16/1979. Being a fairly late bloomer, she first appeared on the screen in 2008. The 29-year-old hottie took the world of porn by storm, shooting exciting scenes with some of the most well-respected studios, including Reality Kings, Pulse Distribution, and FM Concepts. With every passing year, Ava’s popularity grew as she settled into the MILF role. Finally, she was nominated as the MILF/Cougar Performer of the Year at the 2012 AVN Awards. Since then, her career started to hit its zenith.
The curvy seductress has appeared in over 570 XXX titles (https://www.sexadept.com/p/ava-addams/). As far as the industry awards go, she has countless nominations and several wins, including the Best MILF Performer at the 2015 Nightmoves awards. Ava has over 3.1 million followers on Instagram, over 639k followers on Twitter, and 4+ thousand subscribers on her YouTube channel (that has NO videos at all). That’s our long-winded way of saying that she’s both well-respected and insanely popular.
While she’s not getting railed in front of the camera, Ava is still 100% active. She’s an avid ballet dancer and a dedicated fitness enthusiast. The actress claims that she loves to unwind with massages. She loves it when someone rubs her down and gets her all relaxed and whatnot. Basically, every single massage-heavy scene starring this MILF supreme is exactly what happens in real life every other night. Just imagine getting your eager hands on that flawless MILF body! It’d be extremely hard to stay “professional”, huh?