Born in Louisiana, Stephanie Swift has lived in Southern California for most of her life. After putting herself through college, Stephanie went to work as a registered dental assistant. She was supplementing her income by posing nude for photo club shoots when she met some people in the adult movie business. The rest, as they say, is history – a history rich with awards and nominations, including Hall of Fame inductions at AVN and XRCO in 2006 and 2008, respectively. Stephanie received numerous awards for her performances, including AVN's Best Couples Scene in 1999, AVN's Female Performer of the Year in 1998, AVN's Best Actress - Video in 1998, FOXE's Fan Favorite in 1998, and XRCO's Best Girl/Girl Scene in 1998.
Stephanie's success didn't happen overnight, but she became one of the most sought-after adult performers. In a business where blue-eyed blondes are the norm, Stephanie's thick, brunette hair and soulful dark eyes attract immediate attention. At 5'5" and 112 pounds, her perfectly proportioned body is all-natural.
As a Wicked Pictures contract girl, she appeared in many productions, including Sex Safari, Chances, Dream Quest, The Pushover, and Swift Picks, in which she handpicked the performers and created the various scenarios. Stephanie continued to win new fans with Jace Rocker's Makin' It, an erotic musical that was the subject of an episode of VH1's Porn To Rock. After Stephanie ended her contract with Wicked, some of her career highlights included the New Sensations sitcom spoof The Office: A XXX Parody and some smoking hot all-girl releases from Mile High Media and Sweetheart Video.
With well over 400 films to her credit, Stephanie established herself as one of the most important performers in adult entertainment, but in August 2009, she announced that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer, prompting an early retirement. Many of her friends and fans in the industry to rush to her aid; a benefit to help with her medical bills took place on October 10, 2009. In 2011, Stephanie announced that she was cancer-free but would remain in retirement.