San Dimas worked at an adult video store at the age of 18 prior to entering the pornography industry. She contacted director Eon Mckai through a message on MySpace with only a naked picture of herself after seeing several ads for his movies in magazines at the store. He recruited her into the industry, and she debuted in his movie, Dana DeArmond’s Role Modeling in December 2007.
Her stage name is from the town and high school featured in Bill & Ted"s Excellent Adventure and its sequel.
She and Bobbi Starr appeared in the movie adaptation of James Sallis"s novel, Drive. The movie was directed by Nicolas Winding Refn and was released in 2011.
Dimas was be in the 2013 horror-comedy Lumberjack Manitoba, where she was to co-star with Michael Madsen. In 2012, she was featured in Asking Alexandria"s video "To The Stage."
On July 13, 2013, San Dimas was ejected from a Pittsburgh Pirates game at PNC Park for dancing in the stands in short shorts and a unicorn mask.
She later tweeted out a picture of the Pittsburgh Police officer wearing her unicorn mask at the stadium.
In July 2013, San Dimas teamed with American pornographic actor and director James Deen, adult app store MiKandi, and adult industry news source XBIZ to release the first adult video recorded with Google Glass. Within twenty-four hours, the censored trailer reached 1 million views on YouTube.