|Birth Day:||March 11, 1959|
|Birth Place:||Berkeley, California, United States|
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In 1982, during her sophomore year of nursing school, she started working as a stripper at the Sutter Cinema and later the Mitchell Brothers O'Farrell Theatre. She made her foray into the world of pornographic movies during her junior year in 1984. She started out at first in photo spreads for Hustler and High Society. Her debut performance was in the film Educating Nina, making her a protégée of Juliet Anderson.
Hartley is openly bisexual in her private life. From 1981 to 2000, Hartley was involved in a relationship with a man and a woman. She married her male partner in 1986; their divorce was finalized in 2003.
In 1992, she directed her first movie, Nina Hartley's Book of Love.
Hartley had a role in the 1997 film Boogie Nights, playing William H. Macy's character's serially unfaithful wife, and she appeared in the 1996 Canadian film Bubbles Galore. Hartley also appeared in the late rapper Tupac Shakur's music video for his 1996 single, "How Do U Want It?"
In 2003, the year her divorce was finalized, she married Ira Levine, professional name Ernest Greene, a director of porn films.
In 2006, she published her first book, Nina Hartley's Guide to Total Sex. She later co-authored the book series How to be Kinkier beginning in 2012.
In 2010, she said, "Now I work with women who are younger than my breast implants."
Hartley was also featured in the 2012 documentary After Porn Ends, which is about life after being a porn actor.
Nina Hartley appears in the Amazon Award-winning 2016 documentary Sticky: A (Self) Love Story, in which she discusses her sex-positive views on self-love, with regards to education, the forced resignation of Joycelyn Elders, and her opinions on the blackballing of comedian Paul Reubens after his arrest for masturbating in a public theater. Nina Hartley attended a Las Vegas premiere of the documentary at the Erotic Heritage Museum on May 26, 2016, in which she sat on a Q&A panel with the writer/producer/director Nicholas Tana, and adult film actress Ginger Lynn.
As of 2018, Hartley has remained active in the industry. Appearing primarily in "mature"-themed pornography, in 1994, she began her line of instructional videos that are marketed under the Nina Hartley's Guide brand covering subjects ranging from basic sexual intercourse and foreplay, to anal sex and bondage.
Currently, Nina Hartley is 62 years, 6 months and 13 days old. Nina Hartley will celebrate 63rd birthday on a Friday 11th of March 2022.
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