Heather Hunter

Heather Hunter

Former adult film actress, now rap singer, artist and writer
Date of Birth: 01.10.1969
Country: USA

Biography of Heather Hunter

Heather Keisha Hunter, born on October 1, 1969, is a former pornographic actress turned rapper, artist, and writer. She gained fame in the adult film industry in 1988 under the alias "Double H." Known for her dark complexion and athletic physique, she stood out among her peers and primarily starred in interracial and lesbian films, which helped elevate her popularity.

Heather Hunter

During her time in the Bronx, Heather regularly performed on "The Robin Byrd Show." It was while dancing in New York's Latin Quarter that she met porn star Ginger Lynn, who encouraged her to try her hand in the industry. Heather's first video, "Heather Hunter On Fire," was released in 1988 on her eighteenth birthday.

She appeared in several low-budget films at the "Videoway" studio in New York before relocating to Los Angeles and becoming the first African-American woman to sign a contract with Vivid Entertainment. Her career in the adult film industry included sixty-nine videos and one directorial work. Her last pornographic project, "Honeywood," was released in 1999, but her scenes continued to be featured in new projects.

Heather was inducted into the Hall of Fame of "Adult Video Magazine," a recognition for her contributions to the porn industry, in 2003. In 2004, she and her colleague Ginger Lynn appeared in a censored role for the project "Can You Be A Pornstar?" by "Hustler" magazine.

Since 1993, Heather has pursued a professional career in music. She signed a contract with Island Records for her house music, during which she released her legendary song "I Want It All Night Long." Later, she joined Tommy Boy Records, but the company's indecision between promoting her in pop or R&B genres did not significantly impact her success.

In July 2005, Heather released a rap album with eighteen tracks under the patronage of Blo Records and her former manager, Dave Copeland. She currently serves as the executive director of this company. Throughout the album's production, she collaborated with renowned producers such as DJ Premier and Scott Storch.