Jenna Haze Net Worth
|Net Worth:||$4 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Feb 22, 1982 (40 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Fullerton|
|Height:||5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)|
|Profession:||Pornographic film actor, Film director, Nude Glamour Model, Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
What is Jenna Haze's Net Worth?
Jenna Haze is an American adult film producer and director, and former film actress who has a net worth of $4 million. Jenna Haze won a bounty of adult entertainment industry awards during her decade-long career, including the 2009 AVN, XRCO, and XBIZ Awards for Female Performer of the Year. In 2012, Haze was inducted into the AVN and XRCO Halls of Fame.
She appeared in more than 500 adult movies. She has also directed 14 films. Jenna Haze retired from performing in 2009 and launched her own production company called Jennaration X Studios.
Jenna Haze was born as Jennifer Maria Corrales on February 22, 1982 in Fullerton, California as the youngest of four children. She is of German, Spanish, and Irish ancestry. Following her parents' divorce, she was raised by her mother in various places in California, with most of her childhood spent in La Habra. Although she was initially a top student, Corrales turned rebellious in middle school and dropped out of high school when she was 15. She was subsequently homeschooled.
Early on, Corrales held some odd jobs, including as an oil change girl, toy store employee, waitress, and fast food manager. When she became of legal age, she worked as a stripper for a day. Through this work, Corrales was subsequently acquainted with the pornographic director and actor Craven Moorehead.
In July of 2001, Corrales joined the adult film industry as Jenna Haze. The following year, she signed with the company Jill Kelly Productions, for which she performed exclusively with women through the end of her contract in 2005. Subsequently, Haze became a free agent, and returned to performing with men. In 2006, she starred in the award-winning film "Jenna Haze Darkside," directed and produced by her boyfriend Jules Jordan. Also in 2006, Haze started writing a sex advice column for the porn magazine Fox, and also began performing in striptease shows. Haze had a notable achievement in 2007 when her film "Jenna Haze Oil Orgy" became the first pornographic film to be released on three different high-definition formats.
Haze established her own adult film production company, Jennaration X Studios, in 2009. In addition to heading the company, she directs and performs in the films it releases. The debut film from Jennaration X was "Cum-Spoiled Sluts"; it was followed by "Anal Academics." In early 2012, Haze announced her retirement from pornography performing via a YouTube video and press release. However, she stated that she was interested in continuing to direct and produce adult films.
Awards and Honors
Over the course of her decade-long career as a pornographic actress, Haze racked up a plethora of awards. In 2003, she earned her first two major prizes with the AVN Awards for Best New Starlet and Best Solo Sex Scene, the latter for her masturbation scene in "Big Bottom Sadie." Later, in 2007, Haze won a bounty of awards, including two AVN Awards for Best Oral Sex Scene, Video for "Jenna Haze Darkside" and Best Group Sex Scene, Video for "Fashionistas Safado: The Challenge." The following year, she won the XRCO Award for Orgasmic Oralist and the AVN Award for Best Couple Sex Scene, Video for "Evil Anal 2," which she shared with her screen partner Manuel Ferrara. Haze had one of her most successful awards seasons in 2009, when she won a whopping eight awards, including the AVN, XRCO, and XBIZ Awards for Female Performer of the Year. Also that year, she won her first prize for feature dancing. Haze went on to win many other awards through the end of her performing career. In 2012, she was inducted into the AVN and XRCO Halls of Fame.
Beyond her pornographic acting, Haze has appeared in a number of non-pornographic pieces of mainstream media. In 2007, she had a brief role in the coming-of-age comedy "Superbad," starring Jonah Hill and Michael Cera. Two years after that, she made a brief appearance in the action film "Crank: High Voltage," starring Jason Statham. Among her other appearances, Haze was featured in the men's magazine FHM alongside actress and singer Taylor Momsen. She later made a cameo appearance in the music video for "My Medicine," a song by Momsen's band the Pretty Reckless.
After signing with Jill Kelly Productions in 2002, Haze began dating an industry cameraman. She later had a romantic relationship with adult film director, actor, and producer Jules Jordan. From 2012 to 2013, Haze dated heavy metal singer Greg Puciato, best known for his time serving as the lead vocalist and lyricist of the band Dillinger Escape Plan.