Traci Lords (born Nora Louise Kuzma on May 7, 1968), also known as Traci Elizabeth Lords and Tracy Lords, is an American film actress and singer. She first achieved notoriety for her underage appearances in pornographic films and Penthouse magazine (she was 16 years old in her first film), later becoming a television and B-movie actress.
Nora Louise Kuzma was born in Steubenville, Ohio to Ukrainian-descended Louis and Patricia Kuzma (née Briceland). Her stage name is said to be in tribute to Katharine Hepburn's character Tracy Lord from The Philadelphia Story or from the first name of her high school best friend Traci; and the last name of her favorite actor from Hawaii Five-O, Jack Lord. At twelve she fled from her abusive, alcoholic father to Lawndale, California, with her mother and three sisters. In 1983 she began Redondo Union High School; had an abortion which she paid for by herself; underwent a nervous breakdown; and ran away from home. While living with her mother's ex...
For the 2006 Swedish horror film, see FrostbitenIt's main character Billy Wagstaff, played by Adam Grimes, has just been accepted, to the notorious snowboarding school in the town Schittsville. Here he is being introduced to a bunch of young, rich snobs, that rules the slopes of the mountain, and a psychotic instructor named Jaffe, played by Peter Jason, that gets inspiration for his training from his background as an elite trooper. Before Billy knows of it, he has been kicked out of the school, and thrown down the black slope in a taped garbage can by the "richies".
Then the mountain is turned to into a warzone between the "richies" and the "poories", led by Billy.
Featuring appearances by Playboy Playmates Suzanne Stokes and Buffy Tyler, the Hawaiian Tropic girls as well as a special appearance by Traci Lords.
Cry-Baby is a 1990 musical directed by John Waters. It stars Johnny Depp as 1950s teen rebel Wade "Cry-Baby" Walker, and also features an expansive cast that includes Iggy Pop, Traci Lords, Ricki Lake, David Nelson, and Patty Hearst. This film did not achieve high audience numbers in its initial release but has subsequently become a cult movie.The film is a parody of teen musicals such as Grease, of Elvis Presley movies, and of 1950s 'juvenile delinquent' movies. (Johnny Depp has said more than once that he took the role to poke fun at the teen-idol hysteria surrounding him during his days on the TV show 21 Jump Street.) It centers on a group of delinquents named the Drapes and their interaction with the rest of the town and its other subculture, the Squares, in 1950s Baltimore. "Cry-Baby" Walker, a Drape, and Allison, a Square, create upheaval and turmoil in their town by breaking the subculture taboos and falling in love.Part of the film takes place at the now-closed Enchanted Forest..., http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099329