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In her early years, she appeared in fetish-related, soft-core pornographic movies, such as Romancing Sara, Matter of Trust (in which she is billed under her real name of Heather Sweet), and also in two Andrew Blake hard-core fetish films, Pin Ups 2 and Decadence.
In recent years, she has appeared in more mainstream features, such as the 2005 short film, The Death of Salvador Dali, written by Delaney Bishop, which won best screenplay and best cinematography at SXSW, Raindance Film Festival, and Mill Valley Film Festival, and won Best Actress at Beverly Hills Film Festival.
This began at a young age and was fostered by her mother, who would buy clothes for her daughter to dress up.
She also appeared in the music video "Up in the Air" by Thirty Seconds to Mars in 2013.
She stated in 2007, "I don't understand why women feel the need to go into acting as soon as they become famous ...
Von Teese chose her stage name by adopting the name Dita as a tribute to silent film actress Dita Parlo.
For her breakthrough December 2002 Playboy cover, she was required to have a surname, so she chose Von Treese from the phonebook.