March 22, 2011 04:14pm
Sunny Lane's Whore Talk
Source: Galaxy Publicity
by: Company Press Release
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- Perky blonde starlet Sunny Lane is using her beaming disposition and affable nature to shed some much-needed light upon the business of pleasure. The "girl next door, gone hardcore" has already turned heads by speaking frankly about the adult industry on national television, and now she aims to demystify the oft-misunderstood world of the "working girl" as her new radio show "Whore Talk" finishes its trial run and gears up for the long haul on Sirius/XM's Spice Radio. Along with a busy shooting schedule, the starlet continues to pop up in magazines, bestselling videos, and has even cooked up a little something for her fans.
"When something stays in the shadows, it tends to develop a stigma and seemingly becomes dangerous. I hope that by opening up such taboo topics to free discussion in a supportive, non-judgmental setting, we can create a positive discourse and empower those who seem to be without support. That's what I hope to accomplish with 'Whore Talk'" said Lane, adding "And along the way having some wild and crazy fun."
Sunny Lane also opened up recently with an on-set interview featured in Strip Las Vegas magazine this month. Billed as the "definitive guide to everything adult in Las Vegas," the glossy periodical prides itself on celebrity interviews, modern lifestyle coverage, and glamorous photos of the hottest Las Vegas personalities. Check out the digital edition of the magazine's issue 57 or order the printed version at http://striplv.com/
Fans can get a double dose of Lane every Wednesday with her live webcam show followed by her own talk show "Whore Talk" on Spice Radio. Paid subscribers get a special perk with her steamy members-only live webcam show from 5-6PM (PST) exclusively at http://SunnyLaneLive.com
Laneís new national talk show "Whore Talk" focuses on the unique challenges and experiences of working girls all over the world, including girls working Nevadaís bustling brothel scene, and the world-renowned courtesans who teach these professionals their craft. In addition to the crazy mix of wild guests, on-air games and rapping callers, Lane explores the issues with a mix of poignancy and fun.
"Whore Talk" with Sunny Lane is broadcast live every Wednesday from 11pm to 1am PST on Sirius/XMís Spice Radio. Spice Radio can be heard on Sirius channel 108 and XM channel 248. "Whore Talk" is rebroadcast Mondays at 5 AM and Thursdays at 5 AM & 5 PM PST. The call-in number is 1-800-Spice-88 or 1-800-774-2388.
Laneís latest starring feature, food truck caper "The Flying Pink Pig" continues to fly off the shelves. The lighthearted and sexy comedy helmed by director Erica McLane attained national media coverage after legal controversy with the owners of the food truck used in the production. The title stars Lane as the truck's owner and features Nicki Hunter, Ron Jeremy, and a side of sexy starlets. The movie is available online at http://sunnylanevod.com.
Her official website is: http://www.sunnylanelive.com/
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Sunny Lane is represented by ATM LA, please contact them directly for all booking inquiries: www.atmla.com
For more information, or to arrange an interview with Sunny Lane, please contact James Bartholet at Galaxy Publicity 310-652-0770 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About Sunny Lane
Born in Georgia with early aspirations of Olympic figure skating, Sunny Lane has become the quintessential "Girl Next Door"... gone hardcore. After a car accident left her unable to skate, the adorable blonde tried out feature dancing at the suggestion of friends in the NHL. Overnight, Sunny became extremely popular and was later named Deja Vu's Showgirl of the Year in 2004. After appearing on HBO's now infamous reality television show 'Cathouse,' Playboy soon came calling asked her to appear as a regular on Playboy radio, do various Playboy shows and ultimately appear in Playboy Magazine's Lingerie Issue. In a whirlwind, Sunny started shooting adult movies (and was recognized immediately for her efforts with 2006 AVN nominations for Best New Starlet and Best Actress for Dark Angels 2 Bloodlines). She has since appeared in over 200 major adult films and won a plethora of awards for her performances, including two AVN awards. After an intimate interview on "ABC News Primetime," the resulting publicity was immense and she soon made appearances on shows including Geraldo at Large, the Howard Stern Show, E!, Showtime's Family Business, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and even won Fuse's "Pants Off Dance Off." In 2010 she directed her first feature "Strap-on Sunny" for Tom Byron Pictures. She is currently starring in Erica McLean's controversial food truck feature "The Flying Pink Pig."