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Michelle Moist

Michelle Moist
Born Rachael Meyer
(1986-11-04) 4 November 1986 (age 27)[1]
North London, England
Other names LadyBuzzKatt, Mistress Moist,
Ethnicity Caucasian
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
Website
http://www.madamemoist.com

Michelle Moist (born 4 November 1986 [1] in London, England) is a model, pornographic actress, DJ and Vocalist. She has appeared on adult websites and in adult magazines such as Escort. Michelle appears as a regular presenter on late night UK adult television channels such as Babestation TV and Babestation Xtreme.

Michelle Moist began modelling in late 2007 whilst working a separate office job for an Internet Service Provider. In mid-2008, Michelle moved into adult modelling and later adult movies. Since then she has developed her career and her own web site, Mistress Moist.

Until 2009 she was a DJ and studio manager for the internet Radio and TV station phatbeats, under the DJ name Lady Buzzkat. She left Phatbeats claiming her involvement with the station clashed with her growing workload in the porn industry.[2][3][4]

She also claims to have appeared as an extra in a number of Television advertisements and corporate videos for clients including Kit Kat, Sainsbury's Supermarkets and Nokia as well as in the Film as an extra, created by the director of Bridget Jones's Diary [2]

Michelle won the award for the Best Female Newcomer at the 2008 UK Adult Film and Television Awards.[5]

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External links

  • Madame of all Kinks
  • Michelle Moist's DJ website
  • Twitter
  • Myspace
  • Internet Movie Database
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