Memphis Monroe is a blonde haired and blue eyed pornstar who was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. She was a shy girl all through high school
and only had a couple of long term boyfriends until after graduating. She worked in a popular restaurant
that is known for big breasted servers and posed in their calendar too. She was fired when the company learned that Memphis had posed for a pantyhose website and did a strip tease using her work
uniform. She began working in adult films shortly afterwards.
Appearing in Hustler Magazine she also performed in "Barely Legal 54" from Hustler Video in 2005. Her scene is a hardcore fuck scene where she dances around a stripper pole
before sucking off costar Kyle Moore. They fuck in a few positions before he ejaculates on her face. Ms. Monroe appears on the cover of the DVD with the words "Starring Hustler Honey Memphis Monroe" right next to her large picture. She also appeared on the front magazine cover of their December issue. Later she would be signed as only the second ever Hustler contract girl.
In an interview
that Memphis gave during her porn career she referred to herself as a simple down home country girl. The fact that she's doing porn now doesn't mean she's always been a slutty girl or anything like that. Very similar to a great many starlets she was a very shy and quiet person growing up and it took working in porn to give her a strong self confidence. Her family has been quite supportive of her career choices provided that she is happy and taking good care of herself of course.
Memphis Monroe ended up retiring from the adult entertainment industry after having appeared in more than 112 movies. She had a lot of porn fans and Twitter followers who were somewhat surprised by her decision and she stopped updating her social media sites around the same time. People have reported that she has gotten married and the couple have started a family. This leads some to speculate that she could perhaps return to the business at a later time so there are those who still hold out hope for a comeback.