About Marsha Jordan
|Also Known As||:||Carol Saunders, Carol Peters, Marcia Jordan|
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Marsha Jordan was the reigning queen of softcore cinema in the 1960s. She was born Carolyn Marcel Jordan in the small Southern town of Gadsden, Alabama. She was the granddaughter of a minister and grew up in a Catholic convent. Jordan cites John Wayne as her "ultimate hero." At one point she worked as a stewardess for Delta Airlines. Marsha first became involved in the softcore feature business while vacationing in Los Angeles in 1960. She appeared in a slew of adults-only pictures throughout the 1960s up until the mid-'70s; she alternated between lead roles and secondary supporting parts. With her sweetly pretty face, long blonde hair and buxom, shapely figure, Jordan was--not surprisingly--a big favorite with male audience members. Moreover, her likable and down-to-earth personality earned her a sizable female following as well. Marsha quit acting in softcore flicks in the mid-'70s because of the then rising popularity of hardcore porno fare. She resides in San Miguel, California, with her husband John Moore; the couple have one son and three daughters.