Celeste Star is a Caucasian woman who was born in Pomona, California under the zodiac sign of Capricorn. She got into the adult industry when she was entering her twenties when her boyfriend at the time introduced her to an adult talent agent. She worked in some soft core movies before gradually transitioning to the more hardcore productions she is well known for today. She is a pornstar who only works alone or with other women and has never done a scene with a man although she does screw men in her real life.
One of her first movies was called "Barely Legal Innocence 1" from Hustler Video which was directed by Clive Mclean. Her scene is the fifth one in the movie and her partner is Ramona Luv
. They're in a room together kissing
and getting topless and before long they're sucking on tits and licking pussies. They get into a 69
position so they can both enjoy some oral action and some fingering
too. It's a sexy all girl scene which would be Celeste's forte for the rest of her career.
2005 was a good year for Ms. Star as well. She not only made the cover of Hustler Magazine, but she also became the Penthouse Pet of the Month in it's July issue. She worked in several porn productions that year as well including "Women Seeking Women 18" from Girlfriends Films. The studio which only produces lesbian
themed movies would see Celeste appear many more times and she even performed in eight sequels in this same series in following years.
Celeste Star is a multiple AVN award nominee and has enjoyed being recognized as a top lesbian performer for many years running. Her most recent nominations were in 2011 when she was up for four different awards. She is a very sexual person and reportedly enjoys hardcore bondage
sex in her personal life. Evidently she likes to watch porn at home while masturbating, which is not unusual at all but for a pornstar to also masturbate
a lot might be a surprise for some.
Celeste Star is still an active performer and currently has more than 245 movies in her list of credits, often performing more than one scene in each. Her Twitter account is popular with many followers and fans who keep up to date with her film releases that way.