Young & Beautiful (film series)

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Original short description: "Pornographic film series"

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Young & Beautiful is an American pornographic film series by the director Greg Lansky and the label Vixen.[1] The series is assigned to the genre teen sex.


  • Young & Beautiful Vol. 1: Riley Reid, Megan Rain, Anya Olsen, Bree Daniels, Blake Eden
  • Young & Beautiful Vol. 2: Mia Malkova, Alexa Grace, Kendra Sunderland, Veronica Rodriguez, Sydney Cole
  • Young & Beautiful Vol. 3: Riley Reid, Abella Danger, Aidra Fox, Karla Kush, August Ames, Vicki Chase, Scarlet Red
  • Young & Beautiful Vol. 4: Lana Rhoades, Natalia Starr, Karlee Gray, Blair Williams
  • Young & Beautiful Vol. 5: Kendra Sunderland, Alex Gray, Amia Miley, Melissa Moore
  • Young & Beautiful Vol. 6: Elena Koshka, Paige Owens, Jia Lissa, Sinderella
  • Young & Beautiful Vol. 7: Haley Reed, Mia Melano, Harley Dean, Sadie Blake
  • Young & Beautiful Vol. 8: Kendra Sunderland, Little Caprice, Mia Melano, Julie Kay


  • 2018: AVN Award — Best New Series[2]
  • 2018: AVN Award — Best Three-Way Sex Scene – Girl/Girl/Boy — (Riley Reid, Megan Rain, Mick Blue) for Vol. 1[2]


  • 2018: XBIZ Awards — Best Sex Scene - Vignette Release (Alexa Grace, Jean Valjean, Kendra Sunderland) for Vol.2
  • 2018: XBIZ Awards — Vignette Release of the Year for Vol. 3
  • 2018: AVN Awards — Best Group Sex Scene (Abella Danger, August Ames, Jean Valjean, Mick Blue, Riley Reid) for Vol. 3
  • 2018: AVN Awards — Best Boy / Girl Sex Scene (Johnny Sins, Vicki Chase) for Vol. 3
  • 2018: AVN Awards — Best Director: Non-Feature, Greg Lansky