|Also known as:||Sarah Hampshire, Dana Cannon, Diana Diamond, Kathleen Cameron, Bridgette Money, Bridget Monet, Natalie, Lorna, Joy, Liza, and Shelly|
|Born:||June 28, 1959|
Huntington Beach, California
|Bra/cup size:||38D (85D)|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Boy/girl:||Blowjob, Vaginal, Anal|
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The raven-haired, brown-eyed Monet was considered one of the most attractive women to appear in porn. She was tall and thin, with full, natural breasts. She began her adult career as a nude model, then made several Swedish Erotica short films in 1980 and 1981. Her first starring role in a feature film was in 1982's I Like To Watch , in which she performed both boy/girl and girl/girl scenes. Of her lesbian scene with fellow busty performer Lisa De Leeuw a Screw Magazine reviewer wrote, "If Bridgette Monet and Lisa De Leeuw don't attract every boob man in America, this isn't the breast culture it's blown up to be."  For most of her career, in heterosexual scenes, Monet (sometimes to the chagrin of her fans) mostly worked with real-life boyfriend David Cannon.
Monet also starred in one the first adult 'all-girl' features, Girls that Love Girls (1984) which also featured Little Oral Annie, Bunny Bleu, Stacey Donovan and De Leeuw.
Monet achieved some mainstream attention when she appeared in the March 1984 issue of Playboy magazine, photographed by Playboy photographer Ken Marcus. In the feature she was referred to as Dana Cannon, "The Princess of Porn." Her pictorial was entitled Playing Doctor.
|Bodacious Tatas||2003||Caballero||Kitten Natividad, Brigette Monet, Patti Wright, Ron Jeremy and Dave Cannon|
|Lesbian Bras Busters Of The 1970's||2006||Alpha Blue Archives||Mai Lin, Seka, Vanessa Del Rio, Little Oral Annie, Bridgette Monet, Candy Samples, Loni Sanders, Chris Cassidy, Brooke West, Uschi Digard, Angel Cash, Susie Nero|
- Beverly Hills Cox (1986)
- Letters of Love (1985)
- Bodacious Ta Ta's (1984)
- Sorority Sweethearts (1983)
- Talk Dirty to Me, Part II (1982)
- Swedish Erotica 15: Roaring Fire Within (1981)