Raylene Net Worth

Raylene was born on February 12, 1977 in  Glendora, California, United States, is Actress. Buxom and shapely brunette stunner Raylene was born Stacey Briana Bernstein to a Mexican mother and Jewish father on February 12, 1977 in Glendora, California. Raylene first met several porn stars, at age 15, during an excursion to Lake Havasu City, Arizona. She began performing in explicit hardcore movies, at age 19 in 1996, under the name "Alexis Fontaine" and did her first boy-girl sex scene with Mark Davis. Raylene signed an exclusive contract with "Vivid Entertainment" in 1998. She was featured in a cage, dancing with Kobe Tai, during a performance by Kid Rock, at the 2000 Grammy Awards ceremony. Raylene won a XRCO Award for Starlet of the Year in 1999 and an AVN Award for Best Actress - Film in 2001. In November, 2001 Raylene decided to retire from the adult film industry so she could pursue a career in real estate, instead. She quit dancing in 2004. Raylene was inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame in 2008. Moreover, she started performing again in porn movies in 2009 before retiring again in 2014. Raylene was briefly married to Brad Hirsch and is the mother of a son. She lives in West Hills, California.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day February 12, 1977
Birth Place  Glendora, California, United States
Birth Sign Pisces
Other names Alexis Fontaine
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Weight 131 lb (59 kg; 9.4 st)
Spouse(s) Brad Hirsch (divorced)
Children 1 son

💰 Net worth: $400,000

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Raylene entered the adult film industry when she was a virgin in 1996 and did her first scene with Mark Davis in Shane’s World #4. She was a contract performer for Vivid Entertainment between May 1998 and November 2001.


At the 2000 Grammy Awards, Raylene was featured cage dancing with Kobe Tai during a performance by Kid Rock.


Raylene has retired from the adult film industry several times - first in 2001 to become a real estate agent and then from dancing in 2004. As documented in the movie After Porn Ends, in response to financial hardship in 2009, she made a comeback with the movie Raylene's Dirty Work. In January 2014, she announced via her Twitter account that she had retired from the industry.