American adult film producer, director, and former actress Jenna Haze has a $4 million net worth. Throughout her ten-year career, Jenna Haze received a plethora of accolades from the adult entertainment business, including the 2009 Female Performer of the Year AVN, XRCO, and XBIZ Awards. Haze was enshrined in the AVN and XRCO Halls of Fame in 2012.
More than 500 adult films featured her. In addition, she has 14 film credits. In 2009, Jenna Haze stopped touring and started her own production company, Jennaration X Studios.
The youngest of four children, Jenna Haze was born as Jennifer Maria Corrales on February 22, 1982 in Fullerton, California. She has Irish, German, and Spanish ancestry. Her mother raised her when her parents got divorced, and she spent the majority of her youth in La Habra, California. Despite being a strong student at first, Corrales became rebellious in middle school and left high school at the age of 15. After that, she received homeschooling.
Early on, Corrales worked various jobs as a waitress, oil change girl, toy store clerk, and manager of a fast food restaurant. She spent a day as a stripper after reaching legal age. Corrales met Craven Moorehead, an actor and director of pornography, as a result of his employment.
Corrales began working in the adult film industry as Jenna Haze in July 2001. She joined Jill Kelly Productions the following year and worked there till the end of her contract in 2005, performing only with females. Haze then gained his freedom and resumed performing with males. She played the lead role in the acclaimed 2006 movie “Jenna Haze Darkside,” which was produced and directed by her boyfriend Jules Jordan. In addition to starting a sex advice column for Fox in 2006, Haze also started appearing in striptease performances. In 2007, Haze made history when her pornographic movie “Jenna Haze Oil Orgy” became the first to be distributed in three separate high-definition versions.
In 2009, Haze founded her own production company for pornographic movies, Jennaration X Studios. She not only runs the business, but she also directs and stars in the movies it releases. “Cum-Spoiled Sluts,” Jennaration X’s first movie, was released before “Anal Academics.” Haze made the announcement of her departure from the performing world of pornography in the early months of 2012. She did, however, mention that she was interested in carrying on with adult filmmaking and production.