Aria Giovanni was born on November 3, 1977 in Los Angeles, California and she is a nude model who was Penthouse Pet for the month of September 2000.
Biography and Career :
Aria Giovanni was born in Los Angeles and by high school she was living in nearby Orange County. Growing up Aria Giovanni recounts that she was quite shy, with only one friend in high school, but that she did very well in her classes. According to her website, she did so well that she was able to graduate and head to college by the age of 16.
She attended college for several years, waitressing and tutoring in science and math on the side, when she decided modelling might be an easier way to make good money. Aria Giovanni started answering newspaper ads in October, 1999, and soon began appearing on various
amateur pornography websites such as Amateur Pink, Busty Amateurs, and Seductive Amateurs.
In 2000, Aimee Sweet introduced Aria Giovanni to glamour photographer Suze Randall, who in late May of that year shot photos of Aria Giovanni which appeared in the September issue of Penthouse magazine.
At the same time, she also appeared on the web site Bomis, posing clothed for a Ferrari giveaway contest.
Aria Giovanni's professional modeling career began when she was introduced to renowned photographer, Suze Randall. The pictures were shot for Penthouse magazine and the editors noticed Aria's appeal immediately! They decided to put her on the cover and make the her the centerfold of the September 2000 anniversary issue. It's been quite a ride since then, as Aria has worked for every major modeling entity, including Playboy and Mystique. She also appeared on the TV show Shipmates in 2001.
In 2001, Aria Giovanni played Monica Snatch in the movie Survivors Exposed, a parody of the Survivor television series.
Aria Giovanni has also appeared in bondage, fetish (here most notably working with Ken Marcus ) and artistic photography. Aria Giovanni has gained particular respect for being among relatively few large-chested models working in the field who have not undergone cosmetic surgery.
Aria Giovanni has worked extensively with Andrew Blake, appearing in Girlfriends, Aria, Blonds & Brunettes, Justine, Adriana, and Naked Diva. Aria Giovanni has appeared in both softcore and hardcore pornographic movies, although most of her lesbian scenes involve purely implied sexual contact.
She is currently married to John Lowery (better known as John5), formerly of the band Marilyn Manson.
Notable TV Guest Appearances :
Shipmates playing herself, November 16, 2001
Howard Stern playing herself, October 30 2002
Wild On! playing herself in episode: "Wild on Hollywood Nights" 2003
Rock Theatre Television playing herself in episode: "DragonCon 2003" (episode # 1.2) November 2, 2003
Aria Giovanni Videos :
Meridians of Passion (Aria Giovanni & Old Pueblo Distribution)
A day in the Life of Aria Giovanni (Mystique)
Models of Mystique # 1 (Mystique)
Models of Mystique # 7 (Mystique)
Models of Mystique # 9 (Mystique)
Lingerie : the secret art of seduction
Mystical Journeys (Mystique Magazine)
Mystique presents H2Ohh ! (Mystique)
Aria Giovanni Photos of Mark Daugh (Mystique)
Aria (Andrew Blake)
Justine (Andrew Blake)
Girlfriends (Andrew Blake)
Naked Diva (Andrew Blake)
Adriana (Andrew Blake)
Blond & Brunettes (Andrew Blake)
Aria Giovanni of Mac Daddy ( Stars )
The girls of Penthouse # 4 (Penthouse)
The Thrill Seekers (Penthouse)
Pet of the Year PLAY-OFF 2003 (Penthouse)
Pet of the Year 2003 (Penthouse)
Virtual Lap Dancers (Danni)
Virtual Lap Dancers 2.0 (Danni)
Erotic Idols of Suze Randall (Suze)
Beach Blanquet Malibu - California Dreams
Aria and Friends
13 Erotic Ghosts (Retro Media 2000)
Matrix Centerfolds :(old Pueblo 2004)
Starz (Macdaddy Entertainment 2003 )
Kokudoh Oh 4 DISC BOX SET Voice of aria
Digital Dream Girls #1 (J.S.Hicks)
Chloroformed Pin-Up Girls! (2004) (V)
Foot Worship Adventures! (2004) (V)
Bubblegirls: Aria Giovanni Danni's Exotic Beauties (Danni 2005)
Busty Dream Tales (Danni 2005)
Mystique Hottest women on Earth 2 (2005)
Mystique Natural Nude Beauties ( Mystique 2005)
Wild Exotics Uncovered Contest (Hotbody.com 2005)
Alabama Jones (Digital Entertainment 2005)
Nikki Nova's Sex on the Beach (Digital Entertainment 2005)
Behind the Fantasy (Mystique Magazine 2005)
- "In high school I was an ugly duckling. I had big breasts, an exotic voluptuous look and was so pathetically shy I had hardly any friends."
- "Finding clothes that would fit me was a real problem, too. Dresses that fitted my breasts hung on the rest of me like an empty sack. My tits burst out of dresses that fitted my waist. At least I didn't have the problem of finding a prom dress - no one asked me!"
Read more: http://people.famouswhy.com/aria_giovanni/#ixzz1DI13JCzs
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Aria Giovanni (Los Ángeles, California; 3 de noviembre de 1977) es el nombre artístico de Cindy Renee Volk, una modelo de glamour y actriz porno estadounidense.
Nació en Long Beach, California, EE.UU. Creció en la ciudad de Los Ángeles, California y estudió en una preparatoria del condado de Orange. Su padre era italo-yugoslavo y su madre era franco-germana-irlandesa-india. Acerca de sus primeros años de vida, Aria cuenta que era bastante tímida, teniendo un sólo amigo durante la secundaria, aunque le iba muy bien en clases. De acuerdo a su página web, le fue tan bien que pudo graduarse de secundaria a la edad de 16 años y entrar en la universidad.
Cursó sus primeros años de la universidad en la carrera de Biología. Adicionalmente a sus estudios, recibió clases particulares de matemáticas y trabajó como mesera para pagar sus gastos. Fue durante esta época que decidió entrar al mundo del modelaje. Empezó a responder anuncios de periódico a finales de 1998 y pronto empezó a aparecer en varias páginas web porno de amateurs tales como BubbleGirls, Amateur Pink, Busty Amateurs y Seductive Amateurs.
Fue para Busty Amateurs cuando logro sus primeros triunfos importantes, al darse a conocer como Kennedy entre las modelos famosas de la época, tales como Dazzie Kellog y Alissa Perry.
En el 2000, Aimee Sweet presento a Giovanni con la fotógrafa Suze Randall, quién en mayo de ese año tomó unas fotografías de Giovanni que aparecieron en la revista Penthouse, siendo en septiembre de ese año la Penthouse Pet del mes en la revista. Al mismo tiempo, apareció en el sitio Web Bomis, posando sin ropa para un concurso de Ferrari.
Durante la misma época de las sesiones de foto para Penthouse, fue transferida a la Universidad de California, en San Diego, para obtener el título en Bioquímica y una diplomatura en Escritura Inglesa. Sin embargo, decidió dejar sus estudios ya que sentía que el volumen de trabajo para dichos estudios no le dejaría tiempo para el modelaje: "Sabía que podía siempre regresar a los estudios, pero probablemente no podría regresar al modelaje".
Al posar para la revista Penthouse, es contactada por el productor de películas softcore Andrew Blake, con quien protagonizó inicialmente Blondes and Brunettes en el 1999, luego su película Aria en el 2000, y Justine como co-protagonista de Aimee Stuart en el 2001. Fue en el 2004 cuando produjo su primera película, Meridians of Passion, que fue acogida con gran entusiasmo, más por la comunidad de admiradores de La Diosa que por el mercado internacional.
Ha aparecido en varias películas de tipo softcore, sin embargo sus escenas son casi siempre de tipo lésbico, donde el contacto sexual ha sido de forma implícita. Sin embargo, existe un vídeo de Bubble Girls grabado en septiembre de 1998 en la que se le ve experimentando placeres con su cuerpo (masturbación con sus manos, introducción de toda la mano y de objetos diversos en su vagina, y una escena donde se acaricia el cuerpo mientras orina), a lo que en numerosas entrevistas ha afirmado con franqueza: "Fue un error, todos nos equivocamos y considero que ese vídeo no ayudó a obtener el lugar actual que tiene mi carrera, no me arrepiento, ya que debemos aprender de nuestros errores, pero sí considero fue un error". A pesar de haber recibido innumerables ofertas para su paso al hardcore, tan sólo ha realizado algunos trabajos softcore, lésbicos y solos de la mano de Andrew Blake, provocando con su negativa que el deseo de los aficionados crezca aún más.
En el 2001 actuó con Monica Snatch en la película Survivors Exposed, una parodia de la serie de televisión Survivor. También apareció en el show de citas de TV Shipmates.
Giovanni ha aparecido también en bondage, fotografía de fetichismo y artística. Ha ganado particular respeto por pertenecer a las pocas modelos, de grandes pechos, que trabajan en el campo sin someterse a cirugía estética.
Actualmente está divorciada, después de haber estado casada algunos años con el guitarrista de rock John Lowery, mejor conocido como John 5, ex-guitarrista de la banda de Marilyn Manson y actualmente guitarrista de la banda de Rob Zombie.
En 2008 participó en el primer episodio del proyecto PG Porn creado por James Gunn y definido, por él mismo, como porno "para la gente que le gusta todo del porno, excepto el sexo".
Interview: Aria Giovanni
Pressing the flesh with Aria Giovanni
She shows up to San Francisco’s annual WonderCon looking less like a Penthouse centerfold and more like your girlfriend’s cutest buddy. Her table bleeds color through the grey backdrop of row upon row of black and white original art in Artists’ Alley — with row upon row of full-color eight-by-ten nudes so glossy they might be wet.
Almost hidden behind a small array of soft-core erotic videos on her table is a stack of business cards. She’s quick to offer one to each visitor to her table; and she traps your hand with the firm grip of an investment banker.
If you ever need to explain how you know who Aria Giovanni is, you can say you read about her here, on a nice clean site like Badmouth — rather than at whatever sordid den of adult novelties and fetish pornography you orignially found her picture.
After some amateur work originally intended merely to help fund college, the San Diego girl managed to end up on the cover — and smack in the center — of the November 2000 issue of Penthouse magazine. Since then, she’s worked with a number of well-regarded photographers, from queen of glam smut Suze Randall to brilliant fetish realist Steve Diet Goedde. She’s done a series of soft-core videos with Andrew Blake, the kind that feature no sex, generally no men, and are more a centerfold in motion than the crude in-and-out imagery that runs through your dirty little mind when you read the words “porn video.”
She’s most often described as “exotic,” a convenient label for an unapologetically curvy Mediterranean beauty. And in a room that includes middle-aged men dressed as Klingons and young women dressed as Japanese cartoon charactors, she still manages to command attention in blue jeans and a beige top that’s too racy for a church social — but not by much.
As the crowds thinned late on the first day of the three-day comics/anime/movie event, she took a few minutes away from her table to give BadMouth a backstage look at the art and business of being an ambitious glamour icon.
Aria GiovanniBadMouth: Let’s start soft: what’s the best thing about your career?
Aria Giovanni: I enjoy the freedom. Definitely, the freedom of being your own boss and deciding what you do and don’t do. Freedom’s huge — a lot of people don’t realize how much better it could be if you could be your own boss and make your own decisions. So I enjoy not having to answer to anybody.
BadMouth: Was it a lot of work to reach that point? You started just modeling a bit to pay for college, and that’s nothing like being a small empire and building yourself as a brand.
Aria Giovanni: It took a lot of working for other people for the day, being hired that day for a shoot, to be able to build a brand name and be able to have enough money to launch a Web site and run a Web site.
BadMouth: How much of your work is centered on the Web site versus doing photo and video shoots for other people?
Aria Giovanni: I think it changes over time. Now a majority of my effort is toward my Web site and new projects that I am the one doing, instead of doing shooting for hire. I don’t really do that as often anymore. I can spend that day working for myself and make more money. And also not have to shoot for someone else. There’s a certain amount you have to do. You have to keep your name out there and you have to work for other people. You can’t just cut it off and be completely for yourself. It’s a balance.
BadMouth: So when you choose to pose for a photographer, is it because you’re seeing it as a promotional opportunity, or because you’re drawn to that photographer or something about the project?
Aria Giovanni: Every job’s different. You do it for promotion … say you’re shooting photos for a mainstream magazine, that would be for promotion, because it’s hard to hit the mainstream media. But there are times you do it just because it’s extra money or because you like the photographer and you’re going to have fun shooting. There’s many reasons, and so it’s not cut and dried one way or the other.
BadMouth: When did you start to realize you’re not just a model, you’re going to be running a business?
Aria Giovanni: I think about six months into it, I got on the cover of Penthouse, and then I made my decision not to go to college, and to pursue modeling. I knew I could make enough money to not work and to live comfortably. As I started building my name, about a year into it I realized I needed to have a Web site, that this is a way of having more of a steady income, so I worked hard on getting that together.
I wasn’t a business major, but I did take economics in college … It teaches you a lot about business, about supply and demand. I think also I learn quickly. I saw opportunity and I went for it.
BadMouth: Apart from your webmaster, do you do pretty much everything yourself?
Aria Giovanni: Yeah, I book myself. I don’t have an agent, and I’ve never had a manager. I’ve always booked my own jobs, my own conventions, my own airfare; I negotiate my own contracts; I read my own contracts; so I do all that myself.
BadMouth: What do you like about coming to these shows?
Aria Giovanni: I think, not only do you make good money — we are motivated by the bottom line — but also the fact that it gives me the opportunity to meet a lot of my fans … It’s good, because when a fan meets you in person, it solidifies them as a fan. They get to see that you’re a real person, that you’re nice, you’re having a good time, you’re not a bitch, you know what I mean? They attach a personality to your persona, so it really makes it that much better for them. And you’re thinking, from a business standpoint, they’re more likely to spend money on you. I mean, I’m not here just because I want people to spend money on me, but there’s a personal aspect to your job and a business aspect, and the business aspect is that next time it comes around, they’ll want to buy the next DVD or whatever it might be.
BadMouth: So the personal appearances translate into a spike on your site traffic or sales?
Aria Giovanni: I don’t necessarily see an immediate spike on my site, but it’s the same kind of thing where you can’t eliminate yourself from other media. You have your own Web site, but you still have to put your name out in different areas. You still have to meet your fans, and it’s very important. So it’s not something where, ah, it’s so noticeable of a change (in Web traffic or sales), but it’s important, because if one person thinks you’re a bitch, he’s going to go on the message boards. There are girls who get the reputation for not being the nicest person. There are other girls whose reputations are, ‘Wow, she’s really down to earth, really nice,’ and that’s what I try to do, because it’s important.
BadMouth: Do you meet a lot of fans that come from that kind of involved fan base, as opposed to more casual fans or first-timers who meet you here?
Aria Giovanni: Yes. I have a message board — they come up to me, ‘I’m so-and-so,’ you know, so you attach a name to a face, which is good. It’s definitely… you know you’re doing your job right.
BadMouth: You’ve always made a point of not doing hardcore. What are you trying to do, with the style you’re creating.
Aria Giovanni: Well, I don’t do hardcore. I draw the line. I think just someone that is down to earth and personable and classy and respectable. I’m a real person, and I really try to portray that on my Web site. I put up candid photos. On my diary, I’m not talking about how ‘hot and horny’ I was. I talk about, ‘I gotta go to the doctor today,’ ‘I’m planting flowers in the yard today.’ I’m talking about the real person. And although the magazines build you up to be this person, the persona, I really try to portray who I am as a person more. That I am a real person, that I have feelings. You know, I feel depressed some days and happy some days … It’s really hard to relate to people as real when they only see you in stills, all glammed up … but we’re normal people like anybody else.
BadMouth: Have you always drawn that line the same way, in the same place?
Aria Giovanni: No, I didn’t. I didn’t know where my line in the sand was. I didn’t realize how important it was to have one until I’d done stuff where i looked at it and thought, “What did I do?” I wasn’t cool with it, and that’s where I decided I wasn’t going to take jobs that are, you know, that include this, this or this anymore, and I haven’t.
BadMouth: Does it bother you that that … unpleasant material is still out there, on the Internet or wherever?
Aria Giovanni: Oh yeah, it does. But the thing is, I say, we’re not perfect. People aren’t perfect. I make mistakes. I learned from that mistake, and as long as I’m not repeating the same mistake over in life, it’s OK, because it’s part of life, learning from the mistakes you make. You know, I wish I could take it back, I wish I could erase it, but you can’t.
BadMouth: You’ve done amateur, centerfold, fetish, glamour — is there a kind of photo that you like doing best?
Aria Giovanni: Yeah, artistic nudes. I enjoy shooting them — they’re a lot of fun. Pinup, you know, it’s a lot of fun. With artistic nudes, it’s more of the body shape, and you can play around a lot more. I find that a lot more fun. Pinup’s a lot of fun because you really get to dress up. The cool part about my job is that I’m constantly shooting different stuff. I’m not just a fetish model, or a glamour model … I do it all, and because of that it’s a lot of fun because I’m not shooting the same thing every single time. That would drive me crazy.
BadMouth: What’s your favorite among your DVDs?
Aria Giovanni: I’d say ‘Aria.’ It’s my first DVD, and the first one I did with Andrew Blake.
BadMouth: What do you have coming up?
Aria Giovanni: I’m … broadening my horizons. I have some projects that I want to tackle later this year that hit different forms of media. One of them I can mention is a DRM video site that I want to launch. A video site that’s pay-per-view, 1000K download, it’s not a membership site — you go on there and find whatever video you want to download and you can.
BadMouth: Like iTunes.
Aria Giovanni: Yeah. (laughs) Similar, but adult. And that’s a great site to have, because in years to come I’ll shoot other girls and if I decide to retire from modeling I can still sell other girls on there and not just myself. And the other stuff I can’t really mention yet — I haven’t even read the contracts yet. But getting out more into the stores and poster deals and things along that line, but also having to do with phones. There are a lot of opportunities in phones right now.
Not as many as one might hope. Checking her business card as she gets back to work, you find it has her URL, but not her number.
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The Girls of Penthouse
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Blonds & Brunettes
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