Aylar Lie (آیلار دیانتی لی)
Aylar Lie (آیلار دیانتی لی) is born in Tehran, Iran on February 12, 1984 ( بیست و سوم بهمن 1362). Aylar Lie lives in Norway. Aylar Lie is Singer, Actress and Model.
Aylar Dianati Lie
is a Norwegian model of Iranian descent that has gained celebrity status in Norway as a former pornographic actress and model.
Aylar arrived in Norway as a two-year-old and was raised by Norwegian foster parents. She is fluent in Persian, Norwegian and English.
Aylar started as a porn actress. She was starring in a few porn movies until she decided to take her chance as a model, and finish her porn-industry career. Aylar Lie competed at the Miss Norway pageant in 2004, but was disqualified from the contest when it was found she had starred in adult films. Candidates to the pageant must not have been pictured naked in any commercial production or publication. Furthermore, having been born in a Muslim country, her adult film career has made her the target of much criticism and even some death threats from her homeland. In 2005, she participated in NordicBig Brother. She is a friend of Swedish glamour models Marie Plosjö, Natacha Peyre and Elita Löfblad, who all also appeared in her Team Aylar and in Lie’s documentary Aylar – Ett År I Rampelyset (Aylar – A Year In The Limelight). Her plans for 2006 included the promotion of her hand-picked team of models, called Team Aylar. The members of Team Aylar originally included Elita Löfblad, Natacha Peyre, Marie Plosjö Charlotte Fredriksen, Linn Irene (Linni) Meister, Cathrine Aschim and Lisa Marie Winther.
In 2006 she released a single, a cover of Sabrina’s “Boys (Summertime Love)” hit from 1987.
She also stars in the Basshunter video for the songs “Now You’re Gone”, “All I Ever Wanted”,”I Miss You” and “Angel in the Night”. This bought her the nickname of ‘Basshunter Girl’
Aylar also appeared in the video for the 2007 summer hit single “First Time” created by Sunblock.
She also features alongside Eritrean-Norwegian singer Youssef from Madcon on the vocals and video on the song “Mamacita”.