She’s arguably the greatest performer in adult entertainment history, and she continues to get better and better with each passing year. Monique Alexander has been a fan favorite from the start, and she’s had a remarkable career so far.
At 18-years-old, Monique began working as a stripper in Sacramento, as well as appearing in various adult magazines, ultimately landing her first photo shoot with Earl Miller. Monique started performing in adult films in 2001 beginning with a GG scene in ‘Hot Showers Number 2’ and becoming a contract girl for Sin City. Monique Alexander also appeared in softcore erotic films produced by HBO and Cinemax: Hotel Erotica, The Sex Spa, Sex House, and Voyeur: Inside Out. Also at that time, Monique became a solo and girl-girl internet nude model.
In 2004, Monique Alexander signed a contract with Vivid Entertainment and had a five year run with the company. Only appearing in girl-girl scenes, Monique changed that in 2005, notably with a feature role with Rocco Siffredi in Vivid’s ‘Lexie and Monique Love Rocco.
Aside from the adult entertainment industry, Monique has appeared in mainstream work as well. She’s appeared in the hit HBO show ‘Entourage’ and in ‘Crank 2: High Voltage.’ She also went to Yale University with Ron Jeremy to debate against pornography opponents Craig Goss and Donnie Pauling (the debate was aired on ABC’s Nightline).
Monique Alexander has adapted and stayed true to herself during her career. What’s most impressive about her is her ability to connect with her fans and give them an opportunity to see her in person (i.e., feature dancing) as well as her social media: Twitter, Instagram, and Fancentro. Technology and social media have played a key role in the adult entertainment industry and performers. Now more than ever fans can get closer to their favorite performers and get an inside look into their professional and personal lives. Monique does a great job of juggling her career and her social media presence. She also gives her fans incredible performances in her scenes, and she’s more about quality, not quantity.
In 2017, Monique Alexander was inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame, and rightfully so. It’s been a joy to watch Monique throughout the years, and we can’t wait to see what she comes out with next.