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She charges £600 (or $1,000) an hour, looks great in a court wig and robes, speaks several languages, wears the finest silk stockings, knows her claret from her Beaujolais, and can carry on a conversation with anyone from the flower vendor to the Queen.
She's not a barrister, or a solicitor, she's a prostitute. More accurately, an escort.
Mind you, she might be arguing cases before a court of law in a few years yet; she could well be putting herself through law school. But for the moment, she is a prostitute. Far likelier than other kinds of prostitutes to be an Ethical Slut, and to engage in Unproblematic Prostitution, she might not even charge for sex. Instead she charges only for her company; whether or not sex happens is between her and her client. She's also likely to be a Hooker with a Heart of Gold, or to become a Miss Kitty when she's older.
The High-Class Call Girl is the highest class of prostitute and one that is usually safer, pays more and is seen as more glamorous. It allows for highly attractive actresses to look convincing as prostitutes and do plenty of fanservice, while not raising too many of the more worrying aspects of prostitution. Her clientele will mostly be men in the upper echelons of society; expect at least one of them to be a politician, particularly one who is always publicly stressing good old fashioned conservative Family Values. Having said that, if these girls are anything like their real-life counterparts, they cater to a higher-class clientele because they are classy, well-educated, and smart. The nature of this clientele may also lead to them becoming involved in a Hookers and Blow situation.
Compare and contrast Dominatrix and Silk Hiding Steel. Compare Gold Digger. If they limit themselves to one client, they are The Mistress.
See Up Marketing for other examples of selling to the well-to-do.
In an episode of Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei, Itoshki briefly overcomes his pessimism and resolves to become The Hedonist. This includes hiring a high-class prostitute.
Nokaze in Jin is the most famous courtesan in 1860s Edo. The time-traveling title character gets the special deluxe treatment from her.
Yumi Komagata from Rurouni Kenshin was an oiran or high-class courtesan, more exactly. Also, despite not being a bad person, she was far more cynical and emotionally broken than the standard thanks to some extreme dick moves on the part of The Government. The prequel To Rule Flame is dedicated to Yumi and shows how her pre-Shishio life was, mentions how she became a call-girl, and shows how she and Shishio met in the luxurious brothel she worked for.
Great Teacher Onizuka - Principal Daimon financed her revenge scheme by being a hostess in a seedy bar.
Rare Male Example: Souma from Sakura Gari will let anyone sleep with him as long as there is something for him to gain from them in return. One of the detectives even remarks on it, saying that even back when they were investigating his step-mother's suicide, he had the eyes of a prostitute.
Another Rare Male Example: Sakuya Ookuchi, the male lead from Sensual Phrase.
We meet two in Wicked City. They're both demon women sent to act as Honey Traps, and one of them actually becomes a major antagonist since she doubles as a Dark Action Girl.
What Suzu's former mistress Riyo used to be in The Twelve Kingdoms.
Anita in D.Gray-Man, could qualify as both this and Miss Kitty. She runs the biggest and most fancy brothel in China, so it is probably the most expensive that only the uppe-classed men could afford. When dressed up and running her brothel, she wears very elegant clothing and a fancy headress. She seems to get nothing but respect from people and has her own ship, with a crew who respects and obey her every word; thus, she also has a knowlage of sailing. She meets the Exorcists in China but speaks Japanese, which is good since only 1 person in the group of 4 speaks Chinese. Her lover, Cross Marian, who has a good share of other lovers himself, says that she was a strong and good woman, after finding out she's been killed. She also has a big burly female bodyguard named Mahoja who also works as a bouncer for her brothel, most likely to make sure the men won't abuse her or any of the other women, as it's been said Anita has no tolerance for mean people. So, if you're going to be with her or anywhere near her or her brothel, you'd better be well-mannered. She's a prostitute, but she has standards and will NOT have patience if you break them.
In the jousei manga Oiran Chirashi, the Naïve Everygirl Haru becomes a Fish out of Temporal Water as she falls into the Yoshiwara of pre-Meiji times. She's taken in by the cynical regent of a high-class brothel and, to survive in such a Crapsaccharine World, she accepts to re-invent herself as Ayame, one of her "girls".
Yugiri from Zombie Land Saga was a legendary oiran when she was alive during the Meiji Restoration (while in the present day, she's a zombie who's been revived to be part of an idol group). Episode 2 shows that she's very good at playing the shamisen, which is just one of many skills oiran were expected to learn. In Episode 10, she also reveals that she had training as a Geisha.
Emma: Nervous? Well, don't be. You'll do fine. Act shy but interested. They love that. And don't fidget... they hate it if you're nervous. Aw, c'mon, honey... its not like it's gonna kill you!"
The various film versions of La dame aux camélias/Camille all feature this trope in the tragic courtesan heroine Marguerite, most famously portrayed by Greta Garbo in Camille (1936).
Sophia Loren, being as arrestingly sexy as she was, got cast in this part more than once. In Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, she is an expensive call girl who is so hot that the divinity student next door decides to leave the priesthood to pursue her. In Marriage Italian Style, she's an expensive call girl who eventually grows sad and disappointed that her wealthy long-time lover won't marry her and take her out of the life.
In Pretty Woman, Julia Roberts' character essentially goes from street-corner hooker to this in one fell swoop.
Satine from Moulin Rouge! is a courtesan in the high night club of Paris. Her whole storyline is clearly influenced by Camille.
Gloria from Butterfield 8.
Flowers of Shanghai is about the life of high-class courtesans in 19th-century China.
The middle segment of Three Times depicts the relationship between a high-class Chinese courtesan and her favorite patron.
Al Pacino's character from Any Given Sunday gets approached by one of these ladies one night in a bar after his team suffered a bad loss, and he is too drunk and depressed to take her up on her offer.
Lynn Bracken from L.A. Confidential is part of a stable of high-class call girls who are made to look like movie stars.
Catch Me If You Can. Frank meets one in a hotel, enjoys a night of sex, and then not only gives her a fake check but scams her into giving him $400 change for the fake check. He recognizes her as a model, so it's not quite clear if she's a full-time prostitute or if she was just tempted by his rich guy persona.
Bree Daniels in Klute.
Severine in Belle de Jour.
Chelsea in The Girlfriend Experience. Offers low five figures for the titular experience, and finds her clients are starting to get wary given the economic crisis. Bonus points for being played by a pornstar.
American Psycho Several times, along with numerous Streetwalkers he kills, in many different ways.
Liz Blake in Dressed to Kill, who's on the phone with her broker between johns.
Memoirs of a Geisha is set in Japan about a girl named Chiyo, who trains to become the esteemed Geisha Sayuri. She is primarily an artist but is required to sell her virginity to become official.
Sylvia, the Italian courtesan, in Brotherhood of the Wolf.
Rosie in Payback.
Dangerous Beauty is a bio-pic of Veronica Franco, who was a Real Life Venetian courtesan, or high-class prostitute. At one point in the movie, she—ahem—persuades the king of France to lend Venice the warships needed for war with the Turks. In Real Life, she did have a liaison with King Henri III, but it probably wasn't of quite that much diplomatic importance.
Miss Trixie from Paper Moon, though she doesn't have the refinement or discretion typical of the trope.
"Shanghai Lily" in Shanghai Express (Marlene Dietrich) is a hooker and obviously a very expensive one, traveling in the first-class car of the train, and wearing a series of very ornate dresses.
In Diary of a Lost Girl, Thymian is pretty lost by the time she escapes from a women's reformatory and winds up as a high class call girl in a fancy brothel where champagne is quaffed and the customers wear tuxedos.
In The Life of Oharu, Oharu does this, working in a high-class brothel for a while. But it's only one step in her slide that started with noblewoman and goes on to Streetwalker before ending with homeless wandering beggar.
Battle of the Bulge: General Kohler sends a ridiculously attractive "courtesan first class" to Col. Hessler's room. Hessler, being a no-nonsense hardass, sends the call girl on her way. In point of fact, the point when he sends her packing is the moment she mentions his wife confirming his suspicion she knew full well that he was married and is implying that he has a reputation for cheating on his wife, which he very much doesn't and won't do.
Gigi: The title character's Aunt Alicia is an aged and successful cocotte with an expansive set of jewels, a butler and her own private residence. She trains Gigi to follow in her steps, but this is of course in vain.
Three Seasons: Lan, the Vietnamese prostitute who primarily caters to wealthy foreigners. She opens her purse and it's full of crisp American $50 bills, she dresses in classy (yet flashy) western styles, and is invited to spend the night in luxurious air-conditioned hotel rooms.
Although it is never explicitly stated, this is Jenny Wren's occupation in The Phantom of Crestwood. She plans to blackmail her clients for enough money to retire to Europe.
In Undercover Heat sees a policewoman infiltrating a brothel that caters exclusively to upper class clientele as a new prostitute to investigate a murder.
In The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill, Kissey Hill, the daughter of a notorious madam in 19th Century London, follows in her late mother's footsteps with prostitution in catering to nobility and royalty.
A Score to Settle: After getting out of prison, Frankie gets involved with Simone; a high class call girl who charges $1000 an hour.
In The Loft, Anne Morris is a very expensive prostitute who usually serves a paid consort to a city councilman.
Belle Starr from Zachariah is not only expensive but also picky and easily bored, and only accepts the most interesting, accomplished men.
The most famous high-class courtesan in all of literature is probably Marguerite Gautier, the tragic heroine of La dame aux camélias (better known in English-speaking countries as Camille), by Alexandre Dumas fils. She was inspired by the famed Parisian courtesan Marie Duplessis, with whom Dumas fils had a brief love affair (and whose other lovers included Franz Liszt) before she died at age 23.
Francesca in The Heirs of Alexandria. Goes on to become an imperial advisor and The Mistress.
The James Patterson novel Sail.
In Robert B. Parker's Spenser series, recurring character Patricia Utley runs a whole enterprise of this sort. She takes very, very good care of her girls.
In the Kushiel's Legacy series, prostitution is a sacred calling. The protagonist, Phedre no Delaunay, is an extremely high priced prostitute, who, besides her innate craving for pain, is a trained spy, speaks thirteen languages, and is quite generally regarded as the best in the business by man and woman alike. She also becomes active in court politics as a confidante of the Queen and earns a noble title, making her high-class in every respect.
Haruki Murakami wrote Dance Dance Dance which had a network of these.
Kafka on the Shore describes one, a philosophy major, on the job.
The story "The Whore of Mensa" in Woody Allen's book Without Feathers features a call-girl agency where the girls discuss high literature with the customers (and do nothing else).
Madame Ahnzhelyk Phonda runs this sort of establishment in the Safehold series, catering to the needs of the various priests and bishops of the Corrupt Church. She uses this role to act as a spy.
In Colette's Chéri and La Fin de Cheri novellas, Lea de Lonval is a retired kept woman.
Servilia in the Emperor books ensures that her brothels are staffed entirely by girls like this. She herself also qualifies, and is so successful that she can influence the senate.
Thaïs of Athens stars the (in)famous Greek hetaera of the title as the protagonist. There is also her best friend Aegesichore.
Discussed in The Wise Man's Fear: Denna rescues a runaway girl forced to play prostitute to make ends meet from a violent client, then has a long talk with her about how if she doesn't want to return home she can at least make herself one of these. The glamor only goes so far, though: Denna compares a High-Class Call Girl to a normal prostitute by comparing a lord's well-kept horse to a shabby, run-down steed - including the part where at the end of the day they both get ridden.
Mona Sofia from Federico Andajhazi's The Anatomist is the most beautiful, cynical, and expensive prostitute in the whole Venetian Republic. A whole chapter of the book is dedicated to the extremely squicky (and not exactly believable) circumstances behind her success. She meets an anvilicious and tragically ironic end, due to contracting syphillis.
Also Ines de Torquemada, after being emotionally broken. She doesn't end up much better.
The In Death series: Charles Monroe is definitely a High-Class Call Boy. Eve is friends with him, even though his profession bothers her. There is this one High-Class Call Girl who ends up murdered in Indulgence in Death.
La Señora from Eva Luna has several of these girls working for her in her brothel. They're described rather sympathetically: they're pretty, and rather kind girls who dote on teen!Eva and just happen to be atop of the local sex industry.
Also, Tránsito Soto from The House of the Spirits. She doesn't really start as such, though: by the time she's in her 30's/40's, however, she has become this thanks to hard work, growing into her looks and showing off lots of smarts and charisma.
Prostitution is considered a sacred profession by the Summer Islanders of A Song of Ice and Fire, being practiced even by the nobility. Chataya, a Summer Islander, runs a high-class brothel in King's Landing that caters to nobles and wealthy clients.
Another example is provided by the courtesans of Braavos, who are famed throughout Essos and Westeros and who enjoy a practically revered status. Whilst all of them enjoy high status, each owning their own river barge and servants to crew it, one of them, the Nightingale, is so revered that the bravos that wander the street, looking to duel and show off their swordsmanship, will challenge anyone who does not agree that she is the most beautiful woman in the world.
Fortunato in Wild Cards runs an agency of these, and makes it very clear that the extra air of class means that they are not whores. He prefers to call them "geishas" in deference to his Japanese mother (which is a little iffy, historically speaking, but whatever).
In the James Bond novel Dr. No, Honey Ryder says she plans to become one of these with the money she's going to get by collecting rare seashells.
The Reynard Cycle: Defender of the Crown features Precieuse, who is a temple prostitute and companion to the King. Even his mother approves.
The temple prostitute Shamhat from The Epic of Gilgamesh. Temple prostitution was part of the duties of some priests and priestesses of that time and place, and thus it was seen as a sacred and respectable act.
Chandramukhi from Devdas was this, and in fact the richest and most popular of all the prostitutes, at least until she gave up her "profession" to marry the eponymous Devdas, who is always dogged by his feelings for his childhood friend Paro (who has been married off to someone else).
Luphera from The Iron Teeth web serial. Blacknail wanders into her room, while she happens to be naked. She's an incredibly beautiful and sensual woman. Her room is also luxurious, tasteful, and filled with a flowery aphrodisiac scent.
Kestel Falke in The Ascendant Kingdoms Saga has a backstory as a highly sought-after courtesan in the royal court of Donderath. This was actually a cover for her real job as a hired spy and assassin; she ends up in the Penal Colony of Velant after being caught at the latter.
Lightly implied to be Lady Meserole's former (?) profession in the Discworld novel Night Watch: she asks if Vimes thinks she's an "old seamstress" ("seamstress" being an Unusual Euphemism for "prostitute") and he says, "Actually I was thinking bespoke tailoring." She also goes by "Madam" and there's some uncertainty about whether it's a job title or more of an honorific.
The Danielle Steel novel The Duchess has the title character, the heroine, actually running a brothel full of these.
Anyone trained by the Bene Gesserit in Dune, as they learn certain, ah, marital arts alongside many other things. Case in point, Lady Jessica, a concubine for a powerful and influential Duke who helps out a lot in managing his household. The whole operation is a cover for the BG's secret breeding program.
The Web Serial Novel The Comfortable Courtesan centres around Clorinda Cathcart, a high-class courtesan in Regency England. Part way through the story she enters a Marriage of Convenience with a gay and dying aristocrat and is able to retire, although she still discreetly sleeps around a lot for fun.
Buffyverse: Darla was implied to have been one when alive.
Joanie Stubbs in Deadwood. At the beginning of the series she has graduated from High-Class Call Girl to Bottom Girl and manages the other whores. She goes on to open her own brothel staffed exclusively by High-Class Call Girls. It doesn't work out.
Game of Thrones: Ros is the go-to prostitute for highborn men in Winterfell and later works her way up to the Red Keep.
Belle de Jour from Secret Diary of a Call Girl. Based on a True Story.
Sam's not-girlfriend, Laurie, from the first season of The West Wing (yes, the one played by Lisa Edelstein) is probably the highest class of high-class call girls, being that she provides her service for some of THE most powerful men in the country. She's actually codifies almost perfectly, as she's actually a final year law student (later graduate) from Georgetown University paying her way through college.
Leanne Battersby briefly works as a call girl in Coronation Street.
Torchwood: Miracle Day has a girl like this, who was hired by Jilly upon Oswald Danes' request. However, when she arrives, he actually asks her to make it sort of a date, to what she replies that she's gotten her hands dirty for politicians, famous stars and the like, but he shouldn't forget what he is (a child rapist, that is).
Multiple murder victims on CSI are those.
As is recurring character Lady Heather, though she doesn't run a brothel, just an S&M club.
A professional hitwoman becomes one of these in an episode of Life in order to get close to her victim.
In an episode of White Collar, Diana poses as one to get to the guy the FBI is investigating, who's in the business of prostitution, and Neal pretends to be a "costumer". Their interactions are more than amusing.
Brenda's friend Melissa in season 2 of Six Feet Under.
Companions in Firefly. They are seen as high-class citizens, and Inara gets bizarre looks when she steps outside the ship on backwater planets. Contrast that to the unlicensed brothel in the episode "Heart of Gold"; the workers there are seen as trash.
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