Actress and author who became known for her roles in adult films and appeared in Boogie Nights. She won an AVN Award for her performance in Debbie Duz Dishes.
She graduated from Berkeley High School in 1977 and studied at San Francisco State University's nursing school, where she graduated magna cum laude in 1985.
She openly admitted to being bisexual and considered herself to be an atheist.
She married director Ernest Greene in 2003.
She played William H. Macy's wife in the 1997 film Boogie Nights.