Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Anya Lahiri
In 2010, she made the short film The Commuter, which was filmed entirely on the Nokia N8 in HD.
In 2009, she posed for the night dress company Poule de Luxe and appearing in The Scar Crow and Life Blood (where she plays a lesbian who encounters the creator of the universe, along with her girlfriend.
In 2008, she will be on the screens in 3 movies "Daylight Robbery", the famous and expected "Goal! 3: Taking on the World" and the horror movie "Pearblossom".
In 2007, she appeared in five episodes of Dream Team, a British television series as Emma.
In 2006 she was in Los Angeles doing auditions, and also became the face of the Anna Beth's jewels new collection.
In 2004, she started a new career as an actress, appearing in the movie Tornado with Daniel Bernhardt, and in The Grooming with Jacqueline Bisset.
In 2003, she was one of the FHM PitGirls.
She started her professional career modelling when she was sixteen, after which she was chosen to be part of the girl group Precious. The band was chosen by British viewers to represent the UK in the 1999 Eurovision Song Contest with their first single Say It Again, and arrived 12th.
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