British Porn Stars From The 1970’s

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As in many other areas such as rock’n’roll and soccer, the Brits continue to punch above their weight on porn. British Porn stars continue to be popular across the English speaking world, from buxom MILFs to naughty housewives, to Babestation itself, we Brits have conquered the porn world. Starting back in the 1970’s when British X rated movies started on adult shops, to today’s world of content creators on Onlyfans, British porn stars have turning on their fans without fail for decades. Here we look at 2 of the trailblazers of British porn, who paved the way for all who came later.

Mary Millington

Known as 'Sweet Mary', Mary Millington has been recognised as one of the UK's very first X-rated film stars. There is even a blue plaque for her in Soho! Mary's most famous soft porn film, Come Play With Me, played continuously for four years in old Moulin Cinema in London's Soho. Described as one of the 'hottest British sex film stars of the seventies', Mary began her porn career to pay for her mother's care after initially becoming a glamour model in the late 1960s, and from there found herself gradually moving into hardcore porn. She once famously said: 'I treat sex as something to be enjoyed, something to be savoured, something to cling to, something to be indulged in whenever possible. The old slogan of "Make Love Not War" was a very good one.' In 1977 her small role in Sullivan's Come Play With Me made her a household name, as did the publicity campaign for the film during which Mary famously posed alongside a police officer outside 10 Downing Street and unexpectedly flashed her breasts for the cameras. However Mary's life ended suddenly and tragically in August 1979 when she took her own life at the age of just 33. She was buried beside her mother at St Mary Magdalene Church yard in South Holmwood on August 24, 1979. Speaking about Mary's life, Dorking historian Kathy Atherton said: "[She was] a very sad character really but she had a huge fan base - and still does. "At the graveyard they often still get visitors and flowers on her grave, even though it is small and unobtrusive. A documentary called Respectable - The Mary Millington Story, which follows the porn star and model's life was made in 2016.

Georgie Lyall

Without doubt one of the most popular MILF UK porn stars that Babestation has ever featured, Scottish stunner Georgie Lyall has had an impressive British porn career, and most of it you can see right now on Babestation VIP

Michelle Thorne

One of the most experienced UK porn stars around, Michelle Thorne has appeared in movies from Brazzers, Twistys, and Babestation’s own BSX. Known as the UK’s answer to Pamela Anderson due to her blonde hair and luscious looks, she has made many a British porn fans dreams come true.

Paige Turnah

The Babestation team always knows when super UK porn star Paige Turnah is live on Babestation cams, as the influx of her fans almost crashes our website! She is exactly what the world is looking for in a sexy MILF babe.

Michelle Moist

Hertfordshire born babe Michelle Moist has has a variety of skills. Not only is she a veteran of UK top shelf magazines, and one of the most popular UK porn stars of the last decade, she is also a successful DJ!

Atlanta Moreno

Super flexible Atlanta made her Babestation debut in 2017, and has gone on to become one of the most in demand UK porn stars around. Nicknamed the ‘dirty gymnast’ due to all of the filthy positions she can contort her beautiful body into, it is no surprise she is so popular.

Amanda Rendall

Any British porn fan will be familiar with Amanda Rendell. She is without a doubt one of the greatest performers around, whether you've seen her on Babestation, Xpanded, Red Light Central, or Studio66. Her sensual motions are in sync with her vibrant adult phone chat. Just browse her XXX brits porn vids to get more of that.

Fiona Richmond

The other star of the 70’s was Fiona Richmond. She became a British sex symbol in the 1970s for her appearances in numerous risqué plays, comedy revues, magazines and films. She has been described as one of the "two hottest British sex film stars of the seventies", alongside Mary Millington. If Mary Millington is synonymous for her work with Porn Baron David Sullivan than Fiona Richmond will forever be associated with the King of Soho Paul Raymond. Fiona is the daughter of an English Vicar and is very spoken, Unlike Mary, Fiona retired from the business in her early 30’s and went onto manage and own a hotel in the Caribbean. Fiona Richmond met the British strip-club owner and publisher Paul Raymond in 1970 when she auditioned for a part in the nude farce Pyjama Tops at the Whitehall Theatre in London. She was awarded the part and went on to star at the Raymond Revuebar strip club, appear in nude photo shoots and work as an adult entertainment journalist, writing articles about sex for the UK’s top shelf magazines. In 1970 she was the subject of a TV documentary The Actress Said. Her column in Raymond's Men Only magazine, in which she described her supposed sexual adventures with men and women around the world, brought her even more fame. She made her film debut (billed under the name Amber Harrison) in Not Tonight, Darling (1971), which led to larger roles in X-rated movies such as the psychological thriller Exposé (1976). Others included Hardcore (1977) – also titled Frankly Fiona – a sex comedy in which she played herself, partially based on an autobiography she had written, and Let's Get Laid (1977), a mistaken-identity comedy that had no connection to the stage show of the same name. She also appeared in Raymond's Electric Blue video series, hosting the first of them in 1979. Her later roles included the Queen of France in the Mel Brooks comedy History of the World, Part I (1981), an appearance in an episode of the TV comedy series The Comic Strip Presents... in 1983, and the role of Fiona the KGB agent in the all-star black comedy Eat The Rich (1987). She also recorded the spoken word album Frankly Fiona in 1973, in collaboration with Anthony Newley, adding erotic talk to Newley's songs. Richmond has published many fictional and autobiographical books based on her sexual experiences, including Fiona (1976), Story of I (1978), On the Road by Fiona (1979), Galactic Girl (1980), Remember Paris (1980), The Good, the Bad and the Beautiful (1980), From Here to Virginity (1981), In Depth (1982) and Tell Tale Tits (1987). Her last showbusiness appearances in were in the 1990s, including guest spots on James Randi: Psychic Investigator (1991), The Truth About Women (1992), and as an uncredited extra in The Man Who Made Husbands Jealous (1997) In the 2013 feature film the look of love Richmond was played by Tamsin Egerton whilst Paul Raymond was played by Steve Coogan. Fiona had scathing words to say about the film as it portrayed the era as sleazy.

Robin Askwith

No article about the British porn scene would be complete without a mention of the confessions movies staring Robin Askwith, the most successful being Confessions of a window cleaner. Other moviesinclude Adventures of a Taxi Driver (1976) famously outgrossed a similarly-titled Martin Scorsese film, at least as far as its initial British cinema release was concerned.

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