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In Loving Memory of Juliet Anderson (a.k.a.: Aunt Peg)

Born July 23, 1938 - Passed Away January 11, 2010

Juliet Anderson

This memorial website was created in the memory of Juliet Anderson , born in Burbank, CA on July 23, 1938 and passed away on January 11, 2010 at years of age.

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Juliet Anderson (born July 23, 1938-died January 11, 2010) was a prolific porn star during the so-called "golden age" of porn mid-late 1970's to the mid 1980's. In 1998, at age 59 she directed Ageless Desire, a hardcore video featuring several over-50 real-life couples, including Anderson and her partner.

She is often referred to as Juliet "Aunt Peg" Anderson for a series of short films she did as the character Aunt Peg under the Swedish Erotica title.

Born Judith Carr Juliet was born and grew up in Burbank, CA, the daughter of a jazz trumpet player and an aspiring nurse. She was afflicted with both childhood arthritis and Crohn's disease and spent a sizable portion of her youth in the hospital or on bedrest. Graduating from Burbank High School in 1956 (where she was a straight-A student), she briefly attended Long Beach State College as an art major before relocating to Hayama, Japan, in 1961, with her then lover, a U.S. Navy sailor. A brief marriage to him did not work out, ending in 1964, and she spent the next thirteen years in various occupations, including clerical worker, teaching assistant in kindergarten and high school, and English as a Second Language teacher, and working as a radio journalist in Finland.

In 1963, while living in Miami, Anderson was secretary to a producer of "nudie" movies and a receptionist at the Burger King home office; she also worked for Avis during this period. In her website autobiography, she indicates that she appeared in an (unnamed) sexploitation film in 1963, portraying a police sergeant.

Entering the adult movie business relatively late in life (at age 39), she quickly built a reputation as one of the premier performers in the so-called "Golden Age of Porn", appearing in over seventy films—often as "Aunt Peg", a role portrayed as a giddy, insatiable woman determined to enjoy life and sex to the maximum extent possible. In 1987, she started a new career as a relationship counselor and massage therapist, before returning to adult entertainment in the mid-1990s.

In 1985, Anderson chose to leave the adult film business after signing over distribution rights for the film Educating Nina, a video she directed, produced and funded with money she raised from various donors, which featured the debut of future porn superstar Nina Hartley. She never received any income for the film, and all the investors' money was lost. Juliet moved to Placerville, CA, where she worked in a bed and breakfast, cleaned houses and did child care and elder care, continued to do some live stage shows, and opened a massage therapy office. Anderson chose to return to pornography in 1995, making new movies as an actress, producer and director.

In 1998, she directed and produced Ageless Desire, a hardcore porn video featuring several over-50 real-life couples, including Juliet and her partner at the time.[2] Numerous awards followed: Induction into the Erotic Legends Hall of Fame in 1996, an X-rated Critics Organization Hall of Fame Award in 1999, and a "Lifetime Achievement Actress Award" from the Free Speech Coalition in 2001. In 2007, Anderson received an honorary Doctor of the Arts degree from The Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. She was featured in the 1998 documentary Wadd: The Life & Times of John C. Holmes.

Full name: Juliet Anderson

Born: July 23, 1938

Passed away: January 11, 2010

Age: years of age

Birthplace: Burbank, California, USA

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