Tomie Tang Inks a Deal with Nexxt Level for Representation

Asian in-demand content creator and adult performer Tomie Tang is moving to become a more mainstream performer and has signed with top-tier adult talent agency, Nexxxt Level, to reach her career goals. Tomie Tang Inks a Deal with Nexxt Level for Representation Tomie Tang got her start in the industry as a creator, but at the beginning of 2023, she decided she wanted to work on the mainstream side with top studios. While self-booking, she filmed scenes for Reality Kings and CrashPad. Last week, she signed with Nexxxt Level and is looking forward to them booking her with more of the top studios, expanding her resume as a performer, and truly making her mark in the industry. Tomie is available for a wide variety of scene and feature projects, including Boy/Girl, Girl/Girl, Foot Fetish, Group Scenes, and much more. View her availability and see her brand-new agency photos at
“I’m so excited to be with Nexxxt Level! Jonathan and Andre are legends, and their team is incredible. I know they’ll be opening many doors for me—I can’t wait to work with studios I’ve only dreamed of and get nominated and win awards,” says Tomie Tang.
Tomie Tang is a definite stand-out in the industry because she’s tall, Asian, and naturally very curvy/thick. And the origin of her porn name is just as exotic as she is—created by Junji Ito, the master of horror manga, Tomie (pronounced To-MI-eh) is a fictional character that’s seemingly innocent, captivating beauty and Japanese student who’s secretly an immortal succubus-type creature that enjoys driving men insane and making them infatuated with her. Tomie Tang Inks a Deal with Nexxt Level for Representation During the pandemic, Tomie got her start in the industry three years ago and was part of the wave of creators to delve into adult. After losing her full-time job at a homeless shelter for LGBT young adults and being unable to dance at her local gentlemen’s club, Tomie’s friend, Emma Magnolia, encouraged her to try OnlyFans—she was the first collaborator she worked with, and Sidney Summers was the second. Tomie also has a background as an NPR reporter, is a published freelance magazine writer, and holds a BA in multimedia journalism with a minor in cultural anthropology.

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