LOS ANGELES—Kendra Lust’s Society 15 has signed mainstream TV star Maitland Ward to its talent agency roster.
If the name Maitland Ward rings a bell, it’s probably from her many years as a mainstream actress, with roles on the Bold and the Beautiful as a teenager, as well as the tall redhead heroine Rachel Mcguire on the popular sitcom Boy Meets World, followed by playing Brittany Wilson in the comedy White Chicks. Ward then focused her career on being a top cosplayer. She has been named by E! News and FHM consistently as one of the top cosplayers for the past five years. Ward’s cosplay adventures have been covered from everything from Maxim Magazine to NBC News.
She’s been teasing an adult career for quite some time, as she’s been posting topless, nude and exhibitionist photos on her Snapchat and Instagram for several years. In 2018, Ward launched her Patreon account and was the No. 1 grossing adult creator for the entire site. Now, in 2019, she is ready to make the official leap to the adult industry.
Ward chose Society 15 to make herself a household name to a brand new demographic. She is ready to shoot for top companies, is available for B/G, G/G and IR scenes, and has already shot for Blacked, Brazzers and VR Bangers.
Ward said, “I’ve been very fortunate to have so many great chapters in the entertainment business. Being a cosplayer and social media star the last several years has allowed me to experiment with my look and reach a whole new audience of fans. I find it very exciting, and it’s something I’ve been thinking about for quite some time. My fans have been asking for it, I’ve been wanting to do it, and now is the perfect time. I can’t wait to see where this road will take me, and I promise everyone they will be in for a wild ride.”
Randy Quintana, talent manager at Society 15, commented, “It’s not every day that a mainstream actress makes the move to the adult industry. Maitland has been building her adult brand for some time now, and we at Society 15 are excited to help her achieve continued success.”