|Also known as:||Brianna Banks, Mirage|
|Born:||May 21, 1979
Munich, Bavaria, Germany
|Years active:||1999 – Unknown|
|Bra/cup size:||34E (75E) (same as DD cup)|
|Height:||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Weight:||59 kg (130 lb)|
About Briana Banks
Briana Banks is a German – American actress and model.
Briana Banks was born in Munich, Germany to a German mother and an American father. She moved to Britain when she was four years old, then to Simi Valley, California, United States, at seven years. Her father is still living in Germany. When she was eighteen, she gained custody of her sister. As a teenager she was a model, and even made Teen Magazine’s cover. Before entering the adult market, she worked in various jobs, including as a secretary, file clerk, clerk at an arts-and-crafts store, and making pizza.
She was 20 years old when she answered a newspaper ad to model for adult magazines. She was placed in a movie by the photographer. University Coeds 18, which was her first film, was produced by Dane Entertainment. She starred opposite Brandon Iron. After having her first breast enlargement operation, she entered the industry as “Mirage” and began calling herself “Briana”. She made her first appearance in the film Decadent Whores 9. In June 2001, she was Pet of the Month in Penthouse magazine. She signed with Vivid Entertainment in the same year.
Briana Banks claims she has the longest legs (36 inches inseam) and is well-known for her large breasts with a slim body. A ribbon tattoo is on her lower back, and a tattoo depicting a spiderweb on the elbow. Bobby Vitale was her boyfriend for many years. They broke up in 2006.
Briana Banks was the first actress to have an action figure in her image made by Cyber F/X and Sota Toys in 2002.
Briana Banks was a contributor to the 2004 book How To Have a XXXS Sex Life: A Ultimate Vivid Guide (ISBN 9780060581480; ReganBooks). She and the other Vivid contract stars share their personal experiences with sex and offer advice.
WTAE-TV News, Pittsburgh, PA, reported on 13 October 2006 that Banks (known as a “local star”) was filing a federal suit against Doc Johnson Enterprises. The lawsuit claims that Doc Johnson Enterprises made 10 unauthorized products out of Banks’ reproductions. While the agreement stated that only two would be made, the company was required to pay $75,000 more.