Adorable beach-babe looks and scintillating performances have made Floridian hottie Jessie Andrews a XXX starlet to watch. With her trademark long, wavy, honey-colored hair, she's the type of fresh-faced beauty you could imagine in a college lecture hall. In other words, we're amazed that a girl so refreshingly cute is doing such dirty things in porn, but we love it!
SpieglerGirls.com's Mark Spiegler discovered Jessie in 2010, when she was modeling for American Apparel. Her unusual American, Chinese, Irish, and Latvian heritage gave her a striking beauty that could help make her a star. Later that year, she moved to Los Angeles from Miami Beach to begin her adult career in earnest.
In 2010, Jessie made her debut in Lethal Hardcore's Fuck My Mom and Me 13. She soon had her first box covers for My Stepdaughter Tossed My Salad 2 (Lethal Hardcore) and BJs in PJs (Red Light District). She had an amazing threeway with Lily Carter and Jordan Ash in the legendary John Leslie's last film, Don't Make Me Beg 4 (Evil Angel/John Leslie Productions). Watching Jessie learn the ways of lesbian love from Julia Ann in Teach Me (Elegant Angel) was another highlight. Jessie surrendered to a dominant James Deen in Digital Sin's Power and Control (2012) and was putty in the hands of gorgeous Gracie Glam in Girl Candy Films' Girls Tribbing Girls 2: Innocent Girls: Seductions And Tribbing (2013).
By 2011, Jessie was one of the five most popular new girls with AEBN viewers. Elegant Angel's Portrait of a Call Girl demonstrated that Jessie had the goods to become a porn icon, as she could carry a whole movie as the only female performer in every scene. The film won Feature Movie of the Year 2012 from XBIZ, and Jessie's star-making performance in it was a big reason she also won XBIZ Best New Starlet that year. She went on to win Best Actress at the 2012 AVN Awards. It ensured that her already promising career bloomed into fully fledged porn star status. Jessie won New Starlet and Best Actress at the 2012 XRCO Awards.
LA Weekly featured Jessie as a "fascinating Angeleno" in its "People 2013" issue. Only 21 at the time, she was taking steps toward potential crossover success with music and fashion projects on the horizon.