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December 29, 2016

Fresh Faces: Angel Smalls

Hometown: Cupertino, California | Age: 23 | Height: 5 feet | Weight: 85 pounds | Measurements: 34A-24-34 |Hair: Blond | Eyes: Brown Angel Smalls started performing in June of 2015 in a scene for Team Skeet: “I was a maid, and I did a normal boy/girl scene.” She doesn’t remember her scene partner: “It was a year ago and I haven’t worked with him since.” She started in the industry after a sexual awakening: “I didn’t notice how sexual I was until I met the right person. I was always interested in pursuing the adult industry so I just jumped in. Everybody before told me I’d be perfect for it. Old boyfriends. I knew quite a few male and female talent and they told me I should get in there. I tried it—and I haven’t left.” Smalls says her best scene so far is “the anal scene I did for Mike Adriano for Anal Heartbreakers. It was two scenes, really good ones.” She also likes a scene with Mark Wood in Ready for Anal 2. Although she hasn’t watched any of her recent d.p. scenes, she is very enthusiastic about them: “I love sex in general but I definitely get more d.p.s on set than off. I really like them since I started doing them. I’m just, like, ‘Can I get more?’ I want more of them. I did it once or twice in my private life, but you never find the two right guys. It’s better with guys who are professionals.” She loves to read (“I don’t leave a bookstore without a book.”) and is getting into the gonzo journalism of Hunter S. Thompson: “He’s great. He was awesome. I have Fear & Loathing on the Campaign Trail ‘72 in my car but I haven’t started reading it yet. If only he were still around. I love his wild imagination. Everything he says. I love the quote about the ones who go up to the edge and the ones who go over. [It’s from Thompson’s 1966 book Hell’s Angels: A Strange and Terrible Saga: “The Edge ...There is no honest way to explain it because the only people who really know where it is are the ones who have gone over. The others—the living—are those who pushed their control as far as they felt they could handle it, and then pulled back, or slowed down, or did whatever they had to when it came time to choose between Now and Later.”] I hope to read all his books.” Book Angel Smalls through ATMLA. Follow her on Twitter: @smallsangel. This article originally ran in the December 2016 issue of AVN magazine. Click here for a link to the digital edition.

 
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