Inspired by her cousin Janine Lindemulder's highly successful porn career, Kelly Madison and her younger, graphic designer husband started an internet porn business. The business started as just a personal website, due to initial concerns that Madison had never posed nude before and that she was starting in the business at a much older-than-typical age.
After the initial success of the website, the couple expanded into producing and filming pornographic DVDs starring other performers. Their company was called 413 Productions, after the street address of the warehouse they rented for filming. The PornFidelity web site and a matching DVD line grew out of some threesome scenes with the couple and women whom Madison brought home. The couple divided the business responsibilities: Ryan handled the production company, editing, photographing, web hosting, programming, advertising, and web traffic generation. Madison handled talent booking, arranging sets, company finances, and promotions.
Madison has launched a series of pornographic web sites. KellyMadison.com focuses on her public appearances. PornFidelity.com focuses on threesomes, swinging with her husband, and women that she brings home. KellyFind.com is a pornographic search engine, specializing in searches for specific types of performers (by ethnicity, hair color, bust size, age, sex acts-performed, etc.). KellyCash.com is an affiliate program for the first two sites, replacing 413dollars.com in mid-2006. In 2015, Kelly directed a film Women of the Middle East.
Madison has also appeared in Score magazine, and she has written a column for Juggs magazine as well.
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Kelly Madison's father was an actor and stunt man, and her mother was an accountant. Madison also has two older sisters. Madison met her husband, Ryan, in 1999 at a computer graphics company. She was the 32-year-old vice president of sales; he was a 22-year-old graphic designer. Despite their age difference and Kelly's engagement to another man, they fell in love and eloped.