|Birthday:||July 12, 1955|
|Birth location:||Pierre, South Dakota, U.S.|
|Height:||6 feet, 0 inches (183 cm)|
|No. of films:||4 per IAFD|
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Woods appeared in only a handful of films. These include Debbie Does Dallas, its 1981 and 1985 sequels, and Swedish Erotica 12, also in 1981. She was inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame in 1998.
After her appearance in porn, the fate and the present whereabouts of Bambi Woods remains debated; Some people from different sources have claimed that she may have died from a drug overdose, many other people and sources claim she left the industry to lead a quiet life of a wife and a mother. In 2007, Bambi reportedly did an online interview for YesButNoYes.com, talking about different subjects, including how she maintained her anonymity over the years since her foray into porn, but, most notably, about her brief carnal career itself.. Anyway, Bambi Woods remains the icon of the golden age of porn.
An article in The Age claimed that Woods died of a drug overdose in 1986.  A 2005 Channel 4 documentary, Debbie Does Dallas Uncovered, employed the services of a private investigator to track down Woods. The investigator was unsuccessful in finding her, but, still, he could not confirm the report that Woods died of an overdose. The investigator also received a letter, ostensibly from Woods herself, claiming to have left the adult film industry as a result of the drug abuse she witnessed and to have become an anonymous homemaker and mother living in the Des Moines, Iowa area.
In popular culture
The Dutch band A Balladeer recorded an album named Where Are You, Bambi Woods?, which was released under the EMI-label in September 2008. The eleventh song on this album shares the same title.
Bambi Woods Filmography
- Bambi Woods at Boobpedia
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