Connie Perignon Makes Her Delphine Films Debut

Heavily tattooed Taiwanese adult performer, Connie Perignon, has many firsts going on—she’s making her Delphine Films debut, is starring in her first feature, and it’s her first industry acting role. Connie Perignon Makes Her Delphine Films Debut Written and directed by Bloomer Yang, Delphine Films’ “Hang in there, Abigail” premiered last week. The first installation, “Get That Refund,” stars Connie Perignon. She plays sex worker Vicki, who gets a paid gig celebrating Marcus’ (played by Robby Apples) sober birthday. After an incredibly hot night with Marcus, Vicki is brushing her teeth in the kitchen when April (played by April Olsen) comes in while she’s on the phone and has an epic fight with Vicki. Throughout the scene, Vicki keeps her cool while April flips out and even tries to help her get a refund from the yoga studio. But once April finds out Vicki is a sex worker it’s so on.
"I had a great time on set with the cast and crew. Working with Bloomer has always been on my bucket list; now, it's a reality. I love getting to show off my acting skills as well as my sexual prowess on camera. I hope my fans and the Delphine Films members enjoy my debut," says Connie Perignon.
Connie Perignon is a true original. She can truly say she was discovered by Jules Jordan, who slid into her DMs and asked her to do one scene. Her first scene for his studio blew up as quickly as it was uploaded to the Internet, garnering hundreds of thousands of views on XVideos, and now is at over 5 million views. Her second Jules Jordan scene with Dredd has broken the record of her first scene with 7 million views on XVideos, and her third scene is not far behind. Connie has also released scenes that went viral for Brazzers, Evil Angel, Deep Lush, PervCity, Delphine Films, and Adult Time. And she's one of the most requested new stars on all the top-shelf studio's lists. You can follow Connie Perignon on Twitter @connperignon. You can follow Delphine Films on Twitter @DelphineFilms.

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