Lana Rhoades (Birth name: Amara Maple; b. 6 September 1996) is an American pornographic actress and vlogger. After entering the industry in 2016, she won "Hottest Newcomer" at the 34th AVN Awards (2017), "Most Popular Female Performer" at the 2nd Pornhub Awards (2019), and was the most searched for pornstar on the PornHub website in 2019 ,now working at godaam. She retired from the industry in 2018 to focus on her social media platform, but announced her return in 2020.
Rhoades was born Amara Maple, on 6 September 1996 in McHenry, Illinois in Chicago, to a religious household, of Czechoslovak descent. She graduated from high school at 17 where she was part of gymnastics and cheerleading teams, and then moved near Chicago to waitress at a Tilted Kilt pub.
Rhoades entered the pornography industry in April 2016, at the age of 20, performing her first pornographic scene for FTV Girls 4 and moving to Los Angeles. In June 2016, she posed as a model for Playboy Plus, the website of the magazine Playboy. Her Playboy interview said that she likes to go out with her friends, play with her dog, cook cakes, and dance. She has worked for Brazzers, Evil Angel, Elegant Angel, Girlfriends Films, Mile High, Zero Tolerance, Jules Jordan Video, Blacked, Tushy Vixen, Mofos, New Sensations, Bang Bros, Digital Sin, Penthouse, Naughty America, X Empire and Sweet Sinner.
In 2017, Rhoades told The Daily Beast of attempts by porn industry director, Pierre Woodman, to trick her into doing acts beyond her limits, described as an "epidemic in porn", and that Woodman had admitted to violating another woman on his set.
She retired from the industry in 2018 having completed almost 250 films, to focus on her social media platforms (she had almost 8 million followers on Instagram). In 2019, Rhoades told Tonight.de that her online platforms mean that, "Now I earn twenty times as much as before", and that "Content from home is more popular than realistic professional videos". In 2020, she announced that she would be returning to film a number of scenes with Brazzers.
- 2016 Penthouse Pet of the Month (2010–2019).
- 2017 34th AVN Awards, nominee (three categories), and winner of "Hottest Newcomer".
- 2019 2nd Pornhub Awards, winner of "Most Popular Female Performer".
- List of Penthouse Pets
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Porn star Lana Rhoades accused porn director Pierre Woodman of trying to trick her into doing sex acts beyond her limits, claiming her agent gave the OK. And Rhoades is not alone.
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The most-searched-for porn star, however, is Lana Rhoades, followed by Mia Khalifa and Riley Reid. (Interestingly, on the list of most-searched-for female pornstars, Kim Kardashian is number 8.)
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- "Interview: LANA RHOADES". Playboy Plus. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
- Forrester, Richard (27 February 2020). "Pornstar Lana Rhoades reveals football star slid into her Insta DMs". Fox Sports. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
- "Social media instead of porn: that's why Lana Rhoades turned her back on the sex industry". Tonight.de. 6 December 2019. Retrieved 16 July 2020.
- "Lana Rhoades". Adult Film Database. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
- "Erotica X's Couples Series 'Love Stories' Releases 5th Volume On DVD". AVN (magazine). November 23, 2016. Retrieved 3 November 2018.
- "Lana Rhoades Headlines Erotica X's 'Sensual Moments 6'". AVN (magazine). 23 August 2017. Retrieved 3 November 2018.
- Dan Miller (13 December 2017). "New Sensations Releases 'Sexy Hotwife Stories'". AVN (magazine). Retrieved 3 November 2018.
- "Hard X's 'Hot Bodies' Returns for Third Volume". AVN (magazine). 25 April 2018. Retrieved 3 November 2018.
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