Cassidey Rae

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Cassidey Rae

Born

12/24/1980, Denver, Colorado, USA

Birth Name

Gender

Female

Also Known As

Bobbi Adore, Bobert Knox, Annie Bunze, Paizley Adams, Annie, Cassidey, Bobbie, Bobbie Adore, Paisley Adams, Casside, Annie Buns, Annie Bunz, Cassidy, Annie Bunns, Bobbi
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Biography

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Cassidey Rae is and adult pornographic film actress that was born on December 24th 1980 in Denver, Colorado. After a one year hiatus from the porn industry she did nothing, before becoming a counselor that worked with kids. After that she worked with Brad Greenspan, the founder of…more

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  • Quotes

    • Cassidey Rae: (on the video Sad Eyes) It was totally stuck in my head for the whole time I was working on the video. And now I even walk around the house naked singing the song.

    • Cassidey Rae: (on the video Sad Eye's) It's a total makeout scene,we look like we're really gettin' it on.

    • Cassidey Rae: (When asked if she regrets anything) Not at all. I had a great experience, and I wouldn't trade it for a thing.

    • Cassidey Rae: (on her future) Well, now that I've retired from the industry, I'm definitely ready to move on and try new things. Ten years from now I can see myself owning a little boutique or some other small business.

    • Cassidey Rae: (Advice for someone looking to get in the industry) Don't lose sight of your true self. Keep your movie persona and your real persona separate.

    • Cassidey Rae: (About the worst thing she experienced in the industry) I promised myself I'd get out of the business if it ever stopped being fun, and I did. I think the worst thing about it was when the newness wore off and I realized it just wasn't for me anymore. That was bad only because I know a part of me will always miss it.

    • Cassidey Rae: (About support from her friends and family) They're very supportive of me, but I'm in a relationship now, and for that to work we agreed that I need to find a different profession.

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