Adult Film Star and Author Kay Parker Dead at 78
Author of the autobiography “Taboo: Sacred, Don’t” Kay Parker passed away on October 14, 2022, at the age of 78. Her family has not revealed her cause of death.
Kay Taylor Parker was born on August 1944 in England, she grew up in a conservative household. Parker moved to the United States at the age of 21.
After moving to the United States, the author had a successful career in the import business. While living in San Francisco, Kay became interested in acting and began studying drama.
She was reportedly introduced to the adult film industry during the late 1970s by John Leslie, who suggested she take part in one of his upcoming films. Parker made her first appearance in ‘V’ – The Hot One in a non-sex role.
Soon afterward, director Anthony Spinelli talked her into doing her 1st sex scene in Sex World. Despite entering the adult film industry at an older age than most, Kay became a leading star in the field and was paired with younger co-stars.
Typically Parker was cast in mature women roles, such as mothers, rich aunts, wealthy divorcees, step-mothers, and so on. She was best known for her roles in Dracula Sucks (1978) and the 1980 film Taboo.
The actress retired from porn in the mid-1980s. She worked for Caballero Home Video as their public relations representative for a while.
Parker had roles in several mainstream movies and television series, such as The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.
Her Awards include;
- 1983: Adult Film Association of America Award Best Supporting Actress for Sweet Young Foxes
- AVN Hall of Fame
- 1990: XRCO Hall of Fame
- 1985: XRCO Special Merit Award
- 2017: Top 12 Spirited Woman Book Pick List
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Actress Kay Parker Passed Away at 78
Metaphysical counselor and mentor Kay Parker passed away at the age of 78. Her death has been confirmed but her cause of death is still a secret.
In 2001, Parker wrote her autobiography titled Taboo: Sacred, Don’t Touch: An Autobiographical Journey Spanning Six Thousand Years. In her autobiography, Parker wrote about her childhood, her career in the adult industry, and her experiences with the metaphysical.
A revised version, Taboo: Sacred Don’t Touch – The Revised Version was published in 2016. She then owned an internationally viewed YouTube channel where she answered questions in her videos from fans on a myriad of subjects on spiritual exercises for personal individual growth.
The star also offered personal Skype sessions with clients who pay her for spiritual counseling. She was the subject of the documentary A Taboo Identity, which chronicles Parker’s transition from a pornstar to a metaphysical counselor.
After the devastating news of Kay Parker’s death was revealed, her fans and friends expressed their deepest sadness. Many fans also took to Twitter to send their condolences and tributes.
“We remember adult film actress, Kay Parker, who passed this week. She was a rare gentle, generous presence, who leaves a fascinating life – in and out of the XXX business. She will be missed,” The Rialto Report’s official Twitter account wrote.
One Twitter user wrote: “R.I.P. to a legend of adult film, an all-time great, one of the original MILF’s before the term was even created, and one of my personal favorites, the incomparable Miss Kay Parker.”
“RIP Kay Parker. She brought a true sense of elegance and class to adult cinema and, by all accounts from those who knew her personally, was a very lovely and sweet person,” another user tweeted.
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