Sensi Pearl is a petite pornstar who was born and raised right in the Los Angeles, California area. She began her modeling career by random chance when she went to pick up her model friend from a photo-shoot. She got there and found that her friend had developed a nosebleed and the photographer asked Sensi if she would sit in her place. She agreed to do it and she has been working as a model ever since. She is a trained ballerina and has worked on several Disney Channel projects including "High School Musical" and "Read It and Weep."
She got her start in the adult film industry in 2011 and one of her first appearances was in "Barely Legal 123" from Hustler Video. Her scene partner is director Otto Bauer who plays the part of a camp counselor. When Sensi arrives at camp all of the other campers are out doing activities so she sits and chats with Otto. One thing leads to another and they have hardcore sex there in the office. The scene finally comes to an end after she kneels down and takes Bauer's facial cumshot.
Sensi also performs in a good number of lesbian films, in fact most of her films are of the genre. One of the early ones is called "Lesbian Truth or Dare 6" which was produced by Sweetheart Video. Her scene is the first one and she's partnered with Jessie Andrews. The action begins at a bachelorette party where Sensi reveals that she is sometimes attracted to women. She becomes shy and leaves but is followed by Jessie who subsequently consoles her by making out and having sex with her.
Ms. Pearl enjoys working in the adult industry and she considers it a calling. She's doing her part to encourage others to become more sexually mature and less repressed. When she began making porn movies she expected everything to be totally different from the other kinds of modeling work that she'd done. She was surprised however at how much the same it was in fact, with the main difference being the hard cocks around the set and she certainly doesn't mind that.
Sensi Pearl is still active in the industry and has performed in about 22 films so far. She was named Ganja Goddess in 2011 and helped promote medical marijuana and also appeared in Glamour Girl magazine.