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Birthdate September 3, 1963 (1963-09-03) (age 46)[1]
Birth location Orange, California, U.S.
Birth name Laura Allen[2][3][4]
Measurements 37D-23-36 (US)[1]
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)[1]
Eye colour Green
Hair colour Blonde
Ethnicity Native American Indian/Caucasian
No. of films 356 (per IAFD)
at IMDb

Amber Lynn (born Laura Allen on September 3, 1963, in Orange, California, U.S.) is an American pornographic film actress and exotic dancer.[2][3][4] She entered the adult film industry in 1984, after her friend Ginger Lynn Allen (aka Ginger Lynn).[5] She is the sister of porn actor Buck Adams, who died in 2008.


Early career

She entered the adult film industry in 1984, after her friend Ginger Lynn Allen (aka Ginger Lynn).[5]

In 1992, Lynn dedicated her 28th birthday party at the Bel Age hotel in Beverly Hills, California to a benefit in honor of The Youth Aids Foundation of Los Angeles, an organization providing housing and assistance for helping runaways get off the streets and teenagers afflicted with HIV which was about to go under.[6] An August 1992 issue of The Los Angeles Times quoted her statement on page two; "lets give them food clothing and shelter and we'll worry about role models later" alongside a shot of her holding a small infant girl, dressed in a formal gown. This was a breakthrough moment for how the adult industry was viewed by the mainstream concerning its crossover involvement in children's organizations, as never before had a children's organization knowingly accepted support from the adult entertainment industry.[7]

Notable TV guest appearances

  • The Man Show – "Hypnotist" (episode 2.20) February 4, 2001
  • Frontline – "Death of a Porn Queen", June 1987



  1. ^ a b c "Personal Bio Amber Lynn". Retrieved 2008-01-10.  
  2. ^ a b Daly, Tom, ed. (1964-09-04), "BNAME", Orange County Vital Records, Orange, California: Vital Records,, retrieved 2008-03-16  
  3. ^ a b Lieby, Richard (October 26, 1997), "FACE OFF; Three of Hollywood's Elite Plastic Surgeons Are at War. It's Getting Real Ugly.", The Washington Post: F01  
  4. ^ a b Amber Lynn
  5. ^ a b David Sullivan (2008-01-25). "Amber Lynn Returns In Three Comeback Movies". AVN. Retrieved 2008-01-26.  
  6. ^ Fox, David (1992-08-28). "Adult-Film Star's Party to Benefit Youth AIDS Group Fund-raising: A birthday bash for Amber Lynn will raise money for a struggling organization.". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2008-03-21.  
  7. ^ Ehrman, Mark (1992-09-04). "Exposing the Stars". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2008-03-21.  
  8. ^ "rame awards list". Retrieved 2007-12-16.  
  9. ^ "XRCO Hall of Fame". Retrieved 2007-12-16.  
  10. ^ "AVN Hall of Fame". Retrieved 2007-12-16.  
  11. ^ "Adam Film World Guild". Retrieved 2008-07-29.  

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