Is Sulka Dead or Still Alive? Sulka Birthday and Age


How Old Is Sulka? Sulka Birthday

Sulka was born in 1962 and is 62 years old now.

Birthday: 1962
How Old - Age: 62

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Sulka - Biography

Sulka (born 1962) is an American male-to-female transgender retired pornographic actress and model. She met Kim Christy in 1979 when she was in the audience at an event in Los Angeles and he was doing the photography. Sulka was then featured on the cover of New Female Mimics, where he was the new editor, and did some work in the office.
She had had various silicone injections and feminization surgeries, and looked rather artificial, but did make an impact. She was promoted by both Kim Kristy and by Jennifer Jordan, owner of New Female Mimics. Her first film appearance was as secondary role in Dream Lovers in 1980, directed by Kristy. This was supplemented by the magazine Sensuous Sulka and others which also emphasized her pre-op status.

Unlike other such actors Sulka had transgender surgery – which was actually featured in her next film The Transformation of Sulka, 1981. Her post-op extravaganza, Sulka's Wedding, 1983, features other trans stars and Paul Barresi (who later turned up in the Eddie Murphy transsexual scandal) and incidentally shows the success of her operation.
The cliché is that post-op stars are no longer in demand, but Sulka was a legend from being the first and went on to make Sulka and Candy (1982), Divine Atrocities (1983), Sulka's Daughter (1984) – where it is implied that the operation was so successful that Sulka has a daughter of her body.
She continued living in the Hollywood area, but became reclusive. At one time she was advertising in underground Hollywood papers that she did transvestite makeovers at $100 a go. It was reported a few times that she had been seen at Peanuts bar when they had a "queens' nite".