Ajita Wilson

Biography

Ajita Wilson was born a man. Wilson started out as a tranvestite entertainer in the redlight district of New York. Wilson had a sex change in the mid-1970s. After the operation she started appearing in adult films in New York. But she was discovered by a European hard core film producer who got her roles in various French and Italian Films of hard core nature. In 1978 she made a crossover into softcore European films. She work in a series of softcore and hard core films over the years. In 1987 Wilson got into an automobile accident and died of a brain hemmorhage.

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Sadomania

Magda Hurtado / Man Having Sex with Lucas

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Macumba Sexual

Princesa Obongo

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Savage Island

Marla (archive footage)

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Pako Helvetistä

Zaira

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Hotel Paradise

Muriel

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The Nude Princess

Princess Mariam

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The Pussycat Syndrome

Donna Washington

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Schwarze Aphrodite

Tamara (as Ajita)

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Hell Behind the Bars

Conchita

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Apocalipsis sexual

Liza (as Ajita Whilson)

Starring In
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Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen

(archive footage)

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Savage Island

Marla (archive footage)

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Hell Behind the Bars

Conchita

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The Pussycat Syndrome

Donna Washington

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Apocalipsis sexual

Liza (as Ajita Whilson)

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El regreso de Eva Man

Ajita

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Macumba Sexual

Princesa Obongo

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Sadomania

Magda Hurtado / Man Having Sex with Lucas

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Hotel Paradise

Muriel

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Pako Helvetistä

Zaira

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Contraband

Luisa, "Little Nepolitan"

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A Man for Sale

Sex Show Performer

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Onechanbara: The Movie

Calypso (uncredited)

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Emanuelle and the Porno Nights of the World

Woman in Fur Coat (uncredited)

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Schwarze Aphrodite

Tamara (as Ajita)

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The Nude Princess

Princess Mariam

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