Michelle Wild was born on Jan 16, 1980 in Hungary. Michelle Wild's big-screen debut came with Jött egy busz... directed by Viktor Bodó in 2003.
Michelle Wild was born on January 16, 1980, in Sátoraljaújhely, Hungary. She graduated from the Kossuth Lajos Gimnázium high school in her hometown in 1999. She worked as a phone sex operator and stripper before she got into the adult film industry at age 20 with a role in Private Penthouse: Sex Opera (2001). She subsequently worked for Private Media Group and LUXx Video, with such directors as Kovi, Antonio Adamo, Jean-Yves Le Castel, Christoph Clark, John Walton and Pierre Woodman.Michelle appeared in more than 70 adult films and became very popular in adult and mainstream media in Hungary and the rest of Europe (and the world). She was known in the business for her natural beauty, kind personality and exceptional intelligence. She had a regular column in the mens magazine "FHM", posed for that magazine and "Playboy" and co-hosted a late-night radio talk show, where she met her future husband, a bartender. In 2003 she won a Venus Award in Germany. She also won a best actress award at the 2003 Brussels Erotic Festival and a best supporting actress award at the Barcelona International Erotic Film Festival that same year. In 2004 she won an AVN Award for her performance in the John Leslie production Crack Her Jack 1 (2003). After she gave birth to baby daughter Málna Vad Horváth on 21 December, 2004, she retired from the adult business. Then, surprisingly, she received a Lifetime Achievement Award in the third Tutti Frutti szexkorona díjátadó gála (Hungarian adult Oscars ceremony). Later, in 2005 she joined the cast of the successful hospital-themed daily soap opera Jóban Rosszban (2005) ("Good times, bad times") on Hungary's TV2.Michelle has told in several interviews in her country that she has completely changed and although she does not deny her past, she would not take the porn actress road again. In 2008 she posed for FHM one more time.
BirthdayJan 16, 1980
Place of BirthSátoraljaújhely, Hungary
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