Kandi Barbour (Kandi Barbour)

Kandi Barbour

Adult Film Star, Model. Born Linda Jean Smith, she was a major adult film actress of the 1970s and 1980s. She starred in over 40 adult films during her career, including several soft-core releases and multiple hardcore compilations. By the mid 1970s she had appeared in the pages of every major men’s magazines, in addition to posing for several x-rated cover shots for “Velvet,” “Swank” and “Stag” magazines. Following her film career she moved to Hawaii where she worked as an exotic dancer at the “Hubba Hubba” strip club in Honolulu, and reportedly appeared in an episode of “Magnum P.I.” starring actor Tom Selleck. In addition to working in the adult film industry, she also worked as a legitimate high profile model, appearing in several national print publications and television commercials for K-Tel music. Her film credits include: “Service Entrance” (1978), “Small Town Girls” (1979), “Screwples” (1979), “Chopstix” (1979), “Kate and the Indians” (1979), “Nancy Blue” (1979), “Young, Wild and Wonderful” (1980), “Sizzle” (1980), “The Budding of Brie” (1980), “Sexboat” (1980), “F” (1980), “Ultra Flesh” (1980), “Bon Appétit” (1980), “Twilite Pink” (1981), “Centerfold Fever” (1981), “Platinum Paradise” (1981), “Champagne for Breakfast” (1981), “The Pink Ladies” (1981), “Neon Nights” (1981), “Pandora’s Mirror” (1981), “Starlet Nights” (1982), “Blowing Your Mind” (1984) and “X-effect” in 1987. In 2009 she was inducted into the “Pioneer” branch of the X-Rated Critics Organization’s (XRCO) Hall of Fame. Homeless at the end of her life, she was found dead on the streets of San Francisco from undetermined causes. Her body was donated to medical science. (bio by: Nils M. Solsvik Jr.)  Family links:  Parents:  Albert Edens Dotson (1918 – 1962)

Born

  • February, 15, 1959
  • USA

Died

  • January, 01, 2012
  • USA

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