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Pornstar Heather Deeley
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Also Known As
Heather Deeley
Birth Date
January 01, 1956
Suffolk, England, UK
Years Active
1976 (Started around 20 years old)
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Heather Deeley, born 1956 in Suffolk, was the stage name of an actress in 1970s British sex comedies best known for playing the lead role in Derek Ford’s 1975 film Sex Express a.k.a. Diversionshttp://www.hysteria-lives.co.uk/hysterialives/Hysteria/sex_express.html. 1975 was her big year as an actress during which time she appeared in five films (aside from Sex Express the others were Erotic Inferno, Girls Come Firsthttp://img390.imageshack.us/img390/1566/deeleygcfirst00158wv8.jpg, I’m Not Feeling Myself Tonight and Secrets of a Superstud). Erotic Inferno in which she co-starred with the similarly ill-fated Mary Millington, was also notable for being one of the few British sex films to have been viewed by moral reformer Lord Longford, who saw the film and two others to gain first hand experience of sex films in order to then morally condemn them. Cinema X magazine praised Deeley s performance as an "AC/DC minx" in the film, Lord Longford’s opinion of her acting is not recorded. Secrets of a Superstud was shot at Twickenham Film Studios as “Custer’s 13”, the asexual shooting title acting as a cover to hide the fact that a pornographic version of the film was also being produced.

By the year’s end Heather was being dubbed Britain’s next big sex symbol, on account of her more than competent acting and lack of inhibitions (she was openly bisexual and performed in hardcore scenes in most of her films). Her boyfriend of the time, however, was heavily into drugs, and through him she developed an addiction to cocaine and began to gain a reputation for being unreliable. In her final film 1977’s Hardcore she is relegated to a bit part, and failed to show up on set for a further film. According to David McGillivray’s book Doing Rude Things, after her 1977 “disappearance” Heather was briefly sighted working in a Soho peep show, apart from that no one has heard from her in over thirty years and the question “Whatever happened to Heather Deeley” remains unanswered to this day. Making her even harder to research is the fact that “Heather Deeley” wasn’t even her real name, and her actual identity remains a mystery. In the book McGillivray dubs her one of the casualties of British sex films “Heather Deeley had a meteoric career lasting two years, was washed up at the age of 21, and is now completely forgotten.”
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