Rayveness is a pornstar who originally came from Jamestown, North Carolina. She got her start in the industry when by chance she and her then-husband
watched a talk show on television that gave the name of a company who accepted homemade
sex tapes. They sent one in for the fun of it and really enjoyed it. Though Rayveness had gotten her nursing
certificate, it was hard to find a job at the time so she resorted to working
as a waitress
and then stripping in a nightclub near Orlando, Florida. After returning a couple of years later to North Carolina, the couple was surprised when a girl recognized them from their porn movie past. They decided to become professional pornstars.
In 1994 she performed in a half dozen or so films including "Night Vision", "Renegades" and "Up And Cummers 13" but she got a title role in 1995 in the movie "Brenda." She's on the box cover and her role is a woman who got kicked off a television series who wants to fuck her way back. She has a lesbian
scene in the film and then a hardcore
fuck scene with her then-husband, Red Bone. She takes his dick in her pussy, mouth and ass before the movie is over.
In 1997 Rayveness divorced her husband and subsequently began working with other male performers. Her lesbian roles increased as well and she had a recurring part in several episodes of the Pleasure Productions series called "Strap-On
Sally" where a strap-on dildo is used in each scene. She is as comfortable with the ladies as she is with the men and her fans really appreciate her various talents when it comes to getting her partner off, whoever it may be.
Rayveness took a break from working in 2000 to pursue some mainstream acting and landed a speaking role on “NYPD Blue.” She also played the part of Lyndon B. Johnson's eldest daughter in the 2003 HBO movie called "Path to War" directed by John Frankenheimer. After Frankenheimer's death she returned to working in adult where she could find work more easily.
Rayveness is still active in the adult industry and has achieved many awards and nominations. She has been inducted into the AVN and XRCO Halls of Fame and her fans hope she will keep producing films.