Georgina Spelvin (born January 3, 1936) is a pornographic film actress. Born Dorothy May, she suffered from polio as a child, but recovered well enough to become a dancer. She began her career in "legitimate" film, as a chorus girl in Guys and Dolls. When her friend, pornographic actor Harry Reems, introduced her to porn film director Gerard Damiano, May moved into pornography. Her stage name was a variation on George Spelvin, a name traditionally used as a pseudonym by stage actors.
Her first film was Teachers and Cream in 1970, but she became well-known with her starring role in The Devil in Miss Jones in 1973. She also appeared in the low-budget horror film I Spit on Your Corpse!, for which she also served as costume designer and made cameos in Police Academy and Police Academy 3: Back in Training; these were straight "mainstream" films (but she was cast as a "hooker," the audience was expected to recognize the well-known porn star, and fellatio was implied). She also had straight roles Bad Blood (in which she was billed as Ruth Raymond) and Next Year in Jerusalem.
Georgina Spelvin epitomized the era of "porn chic." In 1973 Robert Berkvist, writing in The New York Times, commented that "'Miss Jones' is as familiar in Scarsdale as she is on Broadway."