According to IAFD, one of her first appearances was in "Dirty Debutantes", Vol. 37, with Ed Powers.
In that video, she says she came up with the name Anna Malle on her own
to describe her sexual style. She was very well received by fans and
critics, mainly for the energy and enthusiasm that she put into every
She also appeared in some Max Hardcore
productions. According to IAFD, she performed in over 351 films,
frequently with her husband, Hank Armstrong, as co-star. Of those
films, she has a directorial credit in five of them in addition to
performing in them. While Anna performed a variety of scenes, her most
popular scenes involved lesbianism and anal sex.
She was also a frequent performer in many films starring Nina Hartley
during the mid to late 90s. In an open letter that appeared on Anna's
web site shortly after her death, Nina reflected on her deceased friend
and referred to Anna as her "perfect partner:" a reference to the many
scenes they'd performed together, both with each other and with other
She also performed in more mainstream circles, including appearances on HBO and the Playboy Channel. Malle retired from filmmaking in 2005.
She had described herself as bisexual.
She was killed in a car accident near Las Vegas, Nevada, on January 25, 2006. She was not wearing a seat belt.