Juliet Anderson

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Juliet Anderson

Juliet Anderson

Juliet Anderson- Biography

Juliet Anderson (originally Judith Carr), often known as Aunt Peg, was an American erotic actor, adult film producer, relationship counselor, and author who died on January 11, 2010.

Entering the adult film industry later in life (at the age of 39), she quickly established a reputation as one of the most prestigious entertainers during the “Golden Age of P*rn,” appearing in over seventy films as “Aunt Peg,” a role depicted as a giddy, unquenchable woman determined to live a good life as well as sex to the fullest.

Juliet was born in Burbank, California on July 23, 1938. She came to America with the idea of significantly changing her life after studying English as a second language for several years in Japan, Mexico, Greece, and Finland.

She stumbled into the adult entertainment profession at the age of 39. Over the next few years, she made another dozen pictures, including the well-known Aunt Peg series.

Juliet Anderson- Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education

Judith Carr was up in Burbank, California, the daughter of a jazz trumpet player and a nurse who aspired to be a doctor. She had juvenile arthritis as well as Crohn’s illness, and she spent much of her childhood in the clinic or on bedrest.

After graduating with honors from Burbank High School in 1956, she enrolled at Long Beach State College and majored in painting before moving to Hayama, Japan, with her then-lover, a Navy Sailor, in 1961.

A brief marriage to him did not work out, and she spent the next thirteen years working in a variety of jobs, including administrative labor, kindergarten and high school teaching assistant, English as a Second Language Teacher, and radio journalist in Finland.

Judith Carr was born and reared in Burbank, California, the daughter of a jazz trumpet player and a nurse who aspired to be a doctor. She also suffered from juvenile arthritis and Crohn’s disease, and she spent much of her youth in the hospital or on bed rest.

She even married a Navy sailor, but the marriage fell through.

After graduating with honors from Burbank High School in 1956, she enrolled as an art student at Long Beach State College before moving to Hayama, Japan, with her then-lover, a Navy Sailor, in 1961.

Juliet Anderson- Professional Career

Juliet Anderson was known as “Aunt Peg” to her fans because of a scene in a Swedish Erotica miniseries in which she was seen having sex with a niece, who cried, “Oh, Aunt Peg!”. This is how she became known to adult film fans. She quit the adult film industry in 1985 after relinquishing distribution rights to the film Educating Nina. In 1998, she starred in Wadd: The Life and Times of John C. Holmes, and in 2005, she gave one of her final roles.

Death

On January 11, 2010, a friend discovered Anderson’s body. The buddy mentioned going to Anderson’s house to transport them to a doctor’s appointment for a colonoscopy in order to help her with Crohn’s Disease therapy.

He also indicated that he discovered Anderson on the bed and that there was nothing “out of the ordinary” in the room. Anderson had expressed a desire to be cremated, according to him. On January 26, 2010, a memorial service was held at San Francisco’s Centre for Sex and Culture.

Anderson’s roles were tough-talking and unsentimental, yet lively, vibrant, and even comedic—all at the same time—during her film career. She was said to have never acted out a climax in any of her films.

Author Charles Taylor dubbed her “the Joan Blondell of p*rn” because she “brought a great film persona to p*rn.” Another critic, Howard Hampton, remarked that “her gruff, no-nonsense elderly woman portrayal belongs on the fringes of every Howard Hawks film.”

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Hair color

Juliet was a tall woman who stood 5’5 feet tall. She was a captivating woman who was attractive to the eyes. Her eyes are supposed to be blue.

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