Interview: Tina Tyler 1998

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It started as a cure for writers block. I was working on some other projects and would come home every night and write in a journal as a warm up. One day, I was reading and found some reviews of porn flicks. I've always loved movies and porn, so I decided to review some tapes form my personal porn collection. I wrote a review, found that I liked it and posted it to asm. The feedback was positive and I just kept writing. I found it a great way to get me started each day, writing about something I enjoyed and pretty soon, people were asking me to review their films and work on a web site. The rest, as they say, is history.

Tina Tyler InterviewTina Tyler’s Movies
December 1998

Numerous Email conversations had set up my interview with Ms. Tina Tyler in a Tai restaurant on Sunset in Hollywood just a few days before Christmas 1998. The rock and roll atmosphere made the surroundings not unlike those I face when interviewing stars at big shows like CES. However, this time, we were surrounded by patrons enjoying a nice meal so our conversation was bound to draw some attention. It’s not every day I get to interview someone who I have watched on film for as long as I have been enjoying Tina’s performances. Ever since Face Dance, I have been impressed by her beauty, class and on screen heat. As I met her at the entrance to the restaurant, I was actually shocked to find her more beautiful in person than on film. (An observation I kept to myself, lest I start out with a cliché.) <Something, I am obviously not concerned about when writing.> We sat down at a table and Ms. Tyler was kind enough to recommend a dish she thought I would like. Our conversation started off as soon as the waitress left. What follows is more a conversation with Ms. Tyler an interview. It’s long, filled with insights and opinions, so hold onto your hats. General topics quickly turned to her thoughts on the adult industry and I was so engaged that a good ten minutes passed before I even thought to turn on the tape recorder. To catch you up, we had been discussing how she came to get involved with posting to the newsgroup, RAME (rec.arts.movies.erotica.) and the early responses to her cyber appearance.

OK, now that the tape is on, shall we continue?

We were talking about posting to RAME and getting the hotmail address. I was really nervous about it, because I value my privacy and I was crossing that line and letting people in. I have been surprised that the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. Only one hate letter in response to my answering a post regarding interracial scenes.

Who was it from?

It was anonymous. The email address was bogus, some one doing a good job of hiding. It was very nasty, very ignorant. The fact is, I do do interracial, I also do bi-sexual scenes, but I don’t get hate mail over that.

It’s funny how in a sea of positive feedback, we can remember the negative.

I don’t remember the whole thing, but I do remember one line. He said “I hope when the next HIV outbreak happens, that you and Sean Michaels are infected.”


Yeah, that is really a lot of hatred and coming from such ignorance.

That is a really rare voice. In RAME, it’s the opposite extreme that seems to be more vocal. Anyone who doesn’t do interracial is singled out….

They are vilified.

I don’t know your take, but I figure it’s not my body in question, I am not going to tell anyone who they can’t or who they have to sleep with.

I feel the same way. When I got into this business, I was older. I wasn’t eighteen, I was twenty seven. Yes, that was six years ago, you can do the math.

Let’s see, that would make you twenty four.

Yeah, exactly. So, I got into this business after already feature dancing across Canada for eight years. I knew what I liked. I already owned my sexuality. That’s another thing I will get on my soapbox about occasionally. The legal age for performing in adult movies is way too low. Girls, and I say girls because I mean girls and not women, at the age of eighteen don’t even know who they are sexually and therefore are naive and very easily taken advantage of. But anyway, I got into the business when I was older. I knew what I enjoyed and I vowed at that point never to do anything I didn’t want to do or enjoy. I have done a lot of things on camera that were new to me. It took me ten months to do a girl/girl scene. I had never done that in my private life and never had a hankering to, you know, flaming heterosexual. After a while, I loosened up to the idea, watched it on sets and thought it was kind of cool. I’m very strong willed, but at the same time I am flexible. So, in terms of what women should and shouldn’t do so I can wrap this all up in a nice little bow since I wandered a bit. I have a real problem with telling anyone what they have to do. I think that if you are going to make the decision to be in the next five hundred guy gang bang, that’s your decision, I’m not about to put my judgments on you. Just because I wouldn’t make that decision for myself doesn’t mean that it’s wrong. It just means that it’s not right for me. The same goes for women who don’t do interracial. You know what, that’s fine. Just because I do, doesn’t mean that everyone in the world should. Be it bi-sexual, boy/girl, girl/girl or anything. This isn’t a dictatorship. Now, I’m going to let you talk for a while.

Oh come on, no one wants to hear from me anyway, but since you gave me the floor, what the hell? I think that using race as a determining factor is pretty ignorant, but that’s not for me to say, it’s their body, not mine. I’m not going to a Nazi about it like some people.

I agree, we can’t stop them from making their own decisions. A lot of it depends on where that person is coming from. I know of one girl in the business who had just horrific experiences in her early teens, rape and things like that, so she had a mental block and that is completely understandable. Although she is very ignorant sounding in her speech, she uses the N word a lot, but there is a great deal of rage there. She is coming from a place of hurt.

(At this point, the waitress brings us our fortune cookies).

OK, let’s see what my fortune is. You know the rule on fortune cookies right?

The ‘in bed rule’?

Right, you have to add ‘in bed’ to the end of the fortune. Mine says I have a keen sense of humor and bring out the best in others, in bed. Your turn.

Mine says, ‘You will step on the soil of many countries’

In bed!

I guess I’m OK with that as long as my wife doesn’t find out.

(We share a rather long bout of laugher that puts us on the business end of some odd looks.)

OK, now that we have talked a while, I’ll get to the list here and you can laugh at my cliched questions.

Cool, can I throw stuff at you when you ask really dumb ones?

Please don’t. I’ll duck, you’ll hit that guy over there and he’ll come over, pick a fight and the next thing you know we’ll have another riot on our hands.

Oh OK, ask away.

Where were you born?

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

When is your birthday?

July sixteenth, 1965.

You didn’t have to give me the year.

Hey, I’m proud that I got to this point and am still able to do what I do.

What were you like growing up?

Very shy. I was a geek, a total bookworm. I have always had very feminine and ladylike mannerisms and at six years old, that doesn’t work with the kids around you. I was picked on. I was always into the arts. I studied ballet from four to seventeen. I did choreography, did some theater. I got into a few bit parts when I was younger in main stream. My first thing was an extra role in ‘Star 80.’


That was very cool. I was fifteen years old and it was the graduation dance scene. I got to meet Bob Fosse who was a god to me. Even still, I was painfully shy except when I was able to be someone else. I didn’t have a lot of friends. A lot of that has to do with something I have always been very open about, I was hiding a family secret at the time. I come from an incestuous background, my father. When you grow up like that, it’s really hard to be yourself because you don’t know who you are. At that age, who really does? But you are also charged with the responsibility of protecting an adult. There is a real reversal of power there and when you’re young you don’t know how to handle that sort of power and responsibility.

OK, now back to my little questions, how much of an ass do I feel like now? You’re living in LA now, correct?


When did you first come to Los Angeles?

I first came out in June of 91.

Was that to do movies?

No, I came to do magazines. I actually made one trip in February of that year, but in June of 91 I moved out here to do magazines and stripping. I got into movies on September 12, 1992.

You know the exact date?

Yes, I do, it was a red letter day.

(As I rapidly cross out questions from my list, Tina cranes her neck to take a look.)

You’re answering all my follow up questions. Do you like it here in LA?

It has a certain appeal. There is a freedom I feel when I’m here that I don’t feel in Canada. Not that it’s stifling there, but I don’t know why I feel so free here. I sort of feel like anything’s possible here, like I can make anything happen whereas at home, I feel like people are more judgmental. Oddly enough, they aren’t, I just feel that way.

Do the people at home know what you’re doing?

Yes, the people at home do know what I’m doing. Of course, that is no longer home to me and they are no longer family to me. I have severed that relationship and honestly, it was the best thing I ever did.

So, September 12, 1992 you made the jump from magazines to movies, how did that happen?

It was actually on a magazine shoot for High Society. I mentioned to the photographer that I was getting really sick and tired of he place I was dancing at and was looking for something else to do. He mentioned a director who was shooting only for German release, Roy Alexander. He gave me Roy’s number, but I wasn’t really sure for a while. I still had some mainstream aspirations, but I decided if the guy was shooting for German release, it’s one movie, if I don’t like it, only my German relatives see it. So I called him up and he was very sweet. He came all the way to LA from San Bernardino and took me to lunch. He explained that he was basically shooting vignettes, not complete story lines so that he could make any fantasy I had come true. So, my very first scene was with Sean Michaels and Jake Steed.

That’s quite a way to start out.

I had never had three way sex before and at the time I was going through a real penchant for black men so it was awesome. I had a great time. Sean was an absolute doll, totally took me under his wing, introduced me around the business. Roy was wonderful as well. He paid me really well and made sure it was a good experience.

Is that movie only available in Germany?

It was, but according to a couple who email me from Dallas, they have a copy. How they got their hands on it, I don’t know. I have two scenes in that. The other is with Sean and has fisting in it, yet another thing I had not done before this.

You did a fisting scene with Sean?

Yes, it took a little getting used to, but it worked out fine.

So, where did this couple get the tape?

You know, I mailed them, asked what the name was, or even who put it out, but they never mailed me back.

The bastards! OK, after your first movie, did you know right away that this was for you, or did you take a while to think about it?

No, I dove right in with both feet. I had a really good time the first time. Sean was very sweet and steered me in the right directions, keeping me away from people I needed to avoid. My second American production was ‘Face Dance Part One.’ My first was for Sean in a movie called ‘The Blues.’ I was originally credited as Delilah Savage.

How did that happen?

We had no name and just threw a name on there.

How many movies have you done?

I don’t know exactly. According to the IAFD (Internet Adult Film Database) I think it is up to 135 now, but I know that is just what has been released and not counting the stuff I did for German release, which is another six. I would say it is around 150 over 6 years.

Are there any particular movies that you are really proud of?

In what context?

In any context you like. Let’s say someone has never seen your work, what titles would steer that person towards?

Oh that’s a really good question, and it would depend on who I was talking to and what they specifically wanted to see. I will answer it two ways. As far as movies where I am most proud of my acting, I would have to say “Models.” I am up for an award for that movie this year. “Models” was really a labor of love for me, I really enjoyed that movie a lot. Also there is one coming out soon that I am dying to see, “Devil in Miss Jones 6” which is out in March. I was lucky enough to be able to play the devil in that one. I got to play it over the top, with a really unusual accent.

What about sexual performances that you are really proud of?

I would have to say “Gang Bang Girl 10.” That was a fun scene to make, I had a really good time with that and I have been wanting to do another one ever since. So far, no one has taken me up on it, so it may be something I am going to have to do myself.

You know, I could probably round up the guys here in this restaurant, we could do a dress rehearsal right here.

I’ll keep that in mind.

I’m surprised no one has taken you up on it with the popularity of gang bang videos these days.

Well, to be honest, I think it’s something I would like to do myself. Now that I have my own company, and two titles under my belt, I can film it the way I want it, and hey, let’s face it, I can be the one making the money of the scene.

Let’s talk a little about your company.

Sure. The company is called 13 Productions. I have made it a point to film the acts the way I want to see them. For me, that means shooting beautiful footage, not boring, but beautiful and shooting it obsessively. The first tape is a blowjob video called “Tina Tyler’s Favorite Blowjobs” which has seven different scenes with seven different girls. I know there are a lot of different companies that put out this kind of tape, but the problem is, number one, the lighting of often terrible and lighting is very important for setting a mood. Also, I have a hard time watching a lot of the BJ tapes because they are either two inches away from you or they are shot from across the room. There seems to be no happy medium. In my movies, I didn’t want to have any shots that did not include the girl’s face. I didn’t want to see any shots that were not flattering to her body. Ideally, I didn’t want any shots that were unflattering of the man’s body either. Unfortunately, in some shots, something had to suffer, and it was usually the latter because let’s be honest, the woman is the product. I wanted to make sure that everything, down to the music was something I could be proud of.

What is the second title?

The second movie is an all girl tape, and I am so proud of myself. I got this amazing, totally rocking cast and I’m thrilled. Now, getting back to your original question, about filming the gang bang, if I do it, I will be guaranteed that I can get the idea I have done and will be shot the way I want it. Now, other things I am proud of, see I’m really good at talking in circles, Gang Bang 10 is still of my favorites.

Mine too, I have a copy in my collection.

And I’m sure you enjoy viewing it from time to time.

I don’t think anyone wants to know about that, continue with the stuff you’re proud of, that’s what people want to hear.

Well, also the first girl-girl scene I did, in “Careless” with Ona Zee. I think any scene where I am really into the other person and can convey that, I am really proud of. I generally don’t work with people I am not attracted to on some level. I’ve women come up to me and say, “You did scenes with Dick Nasty?” I adore working with Dick Nasty, he is such a doll. I love his accent and he and I have a lot in common. For me, an attraction doesn’t have to just be physical. It can be mental, intellectual, emotion, whatever. There are a couple of women in the business I enjoy working with only because I know where they are coming from emotionally. For me, it’s all about who the person is, not what they look like.

With that in mind, do you have any favorite males or females to work with?

My favorites always change, but right now my favorite male has to be Herschel Savage with Mr. Marcus a close second. As far as women, I haven’t come across any women lately who really do it for me. I have to be honest, that is not really where my heart lies. Every now and again, I hearken back to a scene I did with Jeanna Fine and think how wonderful it was. She really rocked my world and I would love to work with her again.

Is there anyone you can think of, male or female who you have never worked with, but are dying to?

Do they have to be performing now?


Seka, in her hey day. Vanessa Del Rio in her hey day. As far as the guys are concerned, I think I’ve worked with all of them, because they stay around forever. Had you asked me this a year ago, I would have said Herschel Savage. He was in the first scene I masturbated to when I was fifteen. I met him a year ago and requested him over and over until I finally got to work with him.

It was kind of funny because that scene was the first of three that week with him. He is a fantastic performer and I really like him a lot. He is a nice guy, a real gentleman, asks what you’re into. It’s not all about him.

How tall are you?


And your measurements?

Well they change based on what time of the month you’re asking me, but in general 34C-26-36 and I weigh about a hundred and twenty five.

And you have no implants.


I have been told you have strong feelings about this subject.

Oh, I really do. May I?

By all means.

My body is one hundred percent factory original except for maybe the color of my hair, which I like to play with from time to time. And yes, I do have strong feelings about the whole issue. Again, if you’re eighteen, nineteen years old you have no business getting plastic surgery, period. End of sentence. I don’t think doctors should be allowed to operate on you. Not liposuction, not implants, nothing. I don’t consider it necessary, just the thought of putting a foreign substance in my chest cavity to be more attractive to men reeks of lack of self esteem to me. I like myself a lot more than that. Yes, I’ve been lucky I haven’t needed it and I have been lucky that I have grown up into an attractive woman, but attracting a man has never been a problem for me. Even when I was the geek in high school. Women have it easy, we don’t have to deal with the rejection and that kind of stuff that the guys do. Getting plastic surgery to be more sexually attractive reeks of lack of self esteem. You’re a woman for God’s sake. You’ve got the pussy, you’ve got the power. Not realizing that, to the point of doing anything to get a man, I think you need to go see a psychologist or a psychiatrist instead of a plastic surgeon. Be comfortable with who you are and maybe the men will start to come around.

Why do you think so many women are getting them?

You mean the ‘Bolt Ons”?

If you want to put it that way.

That’s actually my favorite term for them. I really don’t know. I remember when I started in the business in 92, I had directors and agents tell me ‘God, you should get a boob job, you have great breasts for a boobjob.’ Why would I want to mess with something that might not come out well when there are women paying thousands of dollars for breasts that look like mine? At the same time, I think a lot of it has to do with these idiots out there who just love to power trip, saying ‘get a boobjob, you have small boobs and we need them big.’ These girls, and remember, they are girls when they come into this business, don’t understand that there is such a thing as variety and individuality. They want to be like Pamela Anderson, they want to be the silicone Barbie pinup girl because that is what the media has been selling as the ideal. It’s unfortunate that these young girls buy into that. I have never been a waif by any stretch of the imagination, but at the same time I think there is an attractiveness to a softer, more voluptuous body. Variety is the spice of life. People who are my fans probably aren’t fans of people like Lil Cinderella, but then again, her fans probably aren’t fans of mine. There is room for everyone and these girls need to understand that self esteem is a big turn on.

Wow, here endeth the lesson.

Yeah, I warned you I had a lot of opinions on this.

Do you watch yourself perform in your movies?

Yes, yes I do.

And what are you looking for?

Number one, I want to see if the camera captured what I felt at the time. A lot of times it is conveyed for a period of time until the camera decides to shoot an angle that doesn’t even show anything except for the back of your elbow or a mole on your back. Also, I watch my movies specifically to see what camera angles are the most flattering, how I can play better to the camera without actually looking like I’m playing to the camera. Really, more for technical things than anything else. I love to watch my acting, to see if I did what I feel is a job with the role. I definitely do watch the sex, and I don’t sit there with my finger on the fast forward button either. If the camera work is bad, I suffer through it, if it’s good, I smile through it. I very much like to watch myself.

So you’re watching strictly as a learning tool.

How did I know that’s what you really meant with that question? A couple of times, I have been able to use my own scenes for the purpose that they were intended.

Do you remember which scenes?

Gang Bang Girl 10. A few times to that one as a matter of fact.

Hey, we have something in common there.

There was another scene that I did recently, in a movie called ‘She Got Game’ in the back of a limousine with Carolina and Mr. Marcus. I was able to use that one too.

Other than what you have already touched on, are there any other thoughts you have on the business today?

It’s going to Hell in a handbasket.


People don’t care any more. It’s churn it out, hire as many new people as you can, don’t let them develop and come into their own. It’s not a focus on quality like it used to be. I am reaching back to a day before I was even involved. I started in 92, I’m talking about the early eighties. That really kind of bothers me because this industry could be so much more than it is. With mainstream focusing their eye on is, with the world accepting us a little more. Now would be a perfect time to look to those days for inspiration, but unfortunately, they are looking in the opposite direction. That’s all I have to say about that.

Are there any directors making the kind of movies you think should be made?

Yes, there are one or two and I will name them since that’s the question. I think Veronica Hart makes good movies for her target market, meaning couples. I like her directorial style. I also think that Toni English for Vivid makes good movies and I like the fact that she shoots her own camera. Not only does she run her own camera, but she does it very well. To be honest, I think the best director in the business today, and this is going to be a little unusual because he’s controversial, but I think Kris Kramski rocks. I have to be honest, I spent six days shooting ‘Models’ and four days rehearsing. Number one, four days rehearsing is almost unheard of in this business and six days filming is nearly as unheard of. I have to admire him because he has a vision. He is able to convey that vision very well. He communicates what he wants very well, and even if he is working with talent that is not up to the challenge of the role, he manipulates what he needs out of them. That itself is the mark of a great director. To be able to manipulate a performance out of someone is marvelous and I almost never see it in this business. I like the fact that he is controversial, in fact I am ready to do another one for him and it is going to be very controversial.

What audience are you shooting for with your movies?

Strangely enough, I am not going for a couples market. Of course, I’m shooting gonzo so how much of a couples market could I be going for? My goal with what I’m shooting is to make sex scenes that could be enjoyed equally well by men or women, alone, with each other, whatever. I want to make hot, nasty, real sex shot beautifully. In the first one, I think we captured it, but in the second one, I know we did.

Do you have any favorite thing to do on camera?

Fellatio. I think that’s just because it’s something I have always been really confident at. I am at my most confident when I am performing fellatio.

How long have you been posting messages on the Internet.

About eight months or so.

How did you find us?

Well, I was lurking on RAME for about three years. I used that when I got out of the business to keep in touch. From time to time, my name would come up and it was a nice little ego boost. Then when I came back, I started lurking every day for a month or so before posting. It took me a couple of months before I started posting.

Why did you decide to step into the storm?

There was a ‘Whatever happened to’ post about me. Eden Rae posted that I had left the business after borrowing a lot of money and not paying it back. The only reason I stopped lurking and started posting is that this pissed me off so much. Here is this woman that I have never met before, who has never met me, talking shit about me. Maybe that is what someone said about me, but she has no business posting something if she doesn’t know if it’s true or not. That’s not fair. I have a very strong sense of justice and what is fair and what is not, so I came out of the closet. Then once I was out, you guys wouldn’t let me leave.

Do you have a fan club?


Anything planned?

My web site is under construction, and there will be a fan club section.

Will it be

No, that’s already taken believe it or not. I haven’t got the URL yet. Once the page is constructed and find some clever name for it I’ll put it up. There will be a members only section, although to be honest, there will be an extensive free section. I have never had a fan club. People would just write me through my agency. I have always had a bit of a moral dilemma about fan clubs. I have always felt that if someone took the time to write me, be it snail mail or email, then they have taken time out of their busy schedule to communicate with me. That means a lot to me. That says that they are really moved by something I’ve done. What part of the body is moved doesn’t really matter, but they have been touched in some way. For me, it always seemed kind of presumptuous to charge people money for that. For me, the web site will be a way for me to say thank you to the people who have made me who I am. No one should have to pay me to be a fan, there is just something wrong there that I can’t get past.

You danced for eight years before you got into the business. Is that something you stayed with?

No. When I got into the business I stopped dancing. I danced maybe three weeks out of my entire career. I’m not doing it now, I’m not planning a big tour or anything. I’m not as young as used to be, I don’t want to put my body through that any more. If someone were to come across with a one or two night stint, I could probably do that.

So if we see your name at a club somewhere, we better take advantage.

You’ll know it’s a really, really special occasion.

What are your career goals in this business?

I started Thirteen Productions knowing that five years from now I am probably not going to want to be on camera any more and mostly likely won’t be comfortable with how my body looks on camera any more. I want to start making the transition to behind the camera now so I am not scrambling then. This way, five or ten years from now, I can have a successful production company with a good catalog of product. I’d like to shoot features eventually, but gonzo is a great place to get experience and learn. I don’t want to be making mistakes with feature money. That can be very costly. Gonzo has a much more forgiving audience and they are cheaper to make. So if you make a mistake, not only will the audience forgive you, but you haven’t lost a whole day’s work. I would love to see myself in a situation similar to Candida Royalle or Gloria Leonard, and that’s maybe a little presumptuous on my part, but that’s where I would like to see myself.

So you plan to be with us for a while, even after you stop performing?

Absolutely. I want to make this my life. I have decided after coming in and out for so long, this is what I want to do.

OK, you were in, then you left for a while, why did you leave?

I left twice and I’ll tell you about both times. Both times it was incidental that I left the business. It was never something bad that been done to me. I always held the business in very high esteem. The first time I left was when I left my ex-husband, who everyone knows is Tony Tedeschi, and if you didn’t know, you do now. When I left him, it was a situation where this country wasn’t big enough for both of us so I went back home to Canada and danced for a while. That was more of a break, so I don’t really count that as retiring. I left in October of 93 or there abouts and came back about a year later. I stayed for about four of five months, met a guy who seemed to be the answer to all my prayers. He had a real problem with me doing this so I made the mistake that a lot of girls make and I quit the business for a man. When that relationship ended, I realized that I needed to work on myself for a while before I tackled anything. The things I needed to work on were directly related to my incest issues and I felt that I couldn’t work on that while I was performing sex on camera. It would have driven me crazy. I took a year, saw a therapist two hours a day, five days a week. Then I decided that at the age of thirty I really hadn’t had a job outside of the sex industry my entire life, so I wanted to prove to myself that I could do that. I moved to Toronto and got a real job. That lasted about a year and a half before I realized I didn’t belong there. I felt like where I really belonged was in X. I was successful and got three promotions in a year and a half, which was great, but it just wasn’t where I wanted to be. So I came to the realization that where I really wanted to be and what I really wanted to do was porn.

And now you’re back to stay.

Now I’m back to stay dammit!

How would you say your on screen persona differs or is similar to how you are in real life?

That’s an interesting question. When I first got into the business, it differed from who I was a lot. Now it doesn’t so much. People were hiring me for the naive young girl parts before because that’s what they do when you’re new. Now they are hiring me for the more meaty, bitchy, fun roles. I get to be stronger on screen. In a lot of ways it was more of a challenge before because it was such an acting job for me. It’s become less of a challenge, but a Hell of a lot more fun.

If there were going to make a mainstream film about your life and career, who would you want to play you and why?

Wow, another really good question. Bravo. I’ve actually thought about this from time to time. I would have to say either Rose McGowan or Debi Mazur. I think Debi could act it a little better, but if you ever saw ‘Doom Generation’ Rose McGowan can rock pretty well.

What book are you currently reading?

I am reading two right now. One I am reading to someone, one for myself. The one I am reading to someone is “American Tabloid” by James Elroy. The one I am reading for myself is “A Confederacy of Dunces” by John Kennedy O’Toole.

What are your outside interests?

I love to go to the theater, I love to go to the ballet, I love to be entertained as opposed to doing the entertaining. I love to read. I like to listen to all types of music, to write and I am honestly having a great time working behind the camera. Every aspect of it is great, meeting with the art department about the box cover, everything. It’s sort of like creatively giving birth. And honestly, I love surfing the web. Once a geek, always a geek.

That’s about all I have and I’m starting to get hungry again, so is there anything you wanted to cover?

Other than buy my tapes, please, please, please?

That’s good, shameless plug time. Go ahead, I am going to eat my dessert.

The line is called Tina Tyler’s Favorites from Odyssey. The first one is “Tina Tyler’s Favorite Blowjobs” The second one is “Tina Tyler’s Lesbian Lick-A-Thon Part One.”

Ah, a multi part lesbian lick a thon.

Yes, it’s in two parts. You just wanted to say lesbian lick a thon didn’t you?

What was it you said, once a geek, always a geek?

They are fun, they are sexy and I think you will enjoy them, so buy, buy, buy. How is that for a shameless plug?

Is there anything you won’t do on camera?

Yes. I don’t have anal sex on camera. The reasons for that is that it just isn’t my bag. I don’t like it, and I just don’t do things I don’t like on camera.

Has that caused any problems along the way?

A couple of directors have tried to push me into explaining it, but they are easily discarded. For the most part, it doesn’t cause me any problems. There is just so much to do without it.

How do you think the business has changed since you first entered it in 1992?

That’s really hard, because then I was seeing it through the eyes of someone who knew nothing about the business. So probably it’s me who has changed. My view of it is different now that I have become more aware of how things work.

Well, that’s it. Thank you so much. Lunch was great, the interview was great.

This was a lot of fun, thank you and thank all the readers for me.

I think you just did.

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