Tera Patrick

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Tera Patrick[1] (born July 25, 1976)[1] is an American pornographic actress.

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Early life

Tera Patrick was born in Great Falls, Montana. She is of Thai, English and Dutch descent. While at Boise State, Patrick earned an AAS degree in nursing and a BS in Microbiology.[2]

Career

Patrick moved to New York City and her career as a runway and catalog model began. At 18, she left the world of modeling and enrolled at Boise State University.[3] Patrick has appeared in Playboy and Penthouse, where she was the "Pet of the Month" for February 2000[4] and was selected as "Pet of the Year" runner-up. In 2003, Patrick became the masthead publisher of Genesis.

In 2006, Patrick and her then-husband, Evan Seinfeld, launched a talent agency representing models and actor/actresses. According to a quote on the agency's website, Patrick's goal "is to help girls (and guys) in the business to be treated with respect, and realize their true potential...." She also owns a production company called "Teravision," which along with Vivid Video released its first feature, "Desperate," starring Patrick and Seinfeld. In April 2006, it was announced that she would host the Exxxotica Miami convention.[5]

In an interview with the Adult Film Database in February 2007, Patrick stated she would only continue to work in front of the camera for two more years, but plans on releasing her starring adult titles over the next decade.[6] The March 2007 DVD release 'inTERActive' set the record as the fastest selling Hustler release ever.[7]

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