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Craving Kinzie Fox
by Nom du Whim
It may appear a bit odd that a professional seeking fame might suddenly change their name in the midst of such quest (as did Kinzie Fox). After all, would it not be the entire point that people start to recognize your work and then begin to associate the quality with a specific person? Actors and actresses, certainly, would fit this category. Just about any profession, however, walks that same road of hoped-for notoriety.
Imagine your kitchen sink starts to drip. Now imagine this conversation.
“Honey, what was the name of that plumber who did such a quick, quality, and reasonably-priced fix on our shower last year?”
“Oh, I have no idea. He changed his name.”
Doesn’t seem like the best way to promote your “Brand” — always with a capital “B” in this case — now does it? If an artist signed a painting with a different name every time, well, that would be silly.
Now you will run across the exceptionally talented writer who wants to maybe branch out in genre, or at least escape the notoriety (or pre-suppositions) associated with the first name that made them rich, so they’ll publish something under a second nom de plume, just to see how it goes. When you have staked your reputation and wealth in the world as Stephen King, though, and then secretly start releasing best-selling books under the name Richard Bachman, well, that just seems like you’re showing off. Right?
In the world of take your clothes off and have sex on camera for money, in contrast, many times fame and notoriety may not be the goal. Shock of All Shocks: MONEY might be the primary motivation behind the temporary career choice. Such appears to be the case with our female star du jour.
One resource we use consistently lists her collection of names employed over just 14 feature productions as: Kinzie Fox, Torey Pines, Kenzie Fox, Jerilyn Paige, Torri Pines, Torre Pines, Josilyn. … Other than perhaps a penchant for playing golf in San Diego, we cannot tell much from that list other than “getting famous” was never the primary objective here.
We should probably at least mention the actual scene on display today, because she did a very good job, whatever the career aspirations might have been. All too sadly, though, for that we can sum up in a not-very-spectacular fashion: Men are pigs. In defense of the male character, Kinzie does happen to be very, very pretty, so he could argue that men are simply weak-willed creatures whose morality fluctuates with where on the body blood happens to be flowing most. … We do not consider this a winning argument, but he could make it.
Think of it sort of like the White House these days: They have a vast collection of wholly unsatisfying explanations for things, yet somehow they seem content. Weird, right?
Enough politics and sociology for the day, we’re thinking. The female performer clearly chose a path not everyone will understand, but this does not dampen — to use a fun word quite intentionally — her enthusiasm for the experience.
In fairness on the whole “different name” topic, we should mention that we have seen situations where a woman has one well-established “look” — brown hair, real boobs, weight proportional to real women in the real world, that sort of thing — and then modifies that “look” substantially. She might then want to have a new name to develop a whole new persona under this physical iteration. … Or she just might have been a raging lunatic on set before and now prefers people not associate her with that name. … We’ve seen that too.