Kiki Vidis

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Kiki Vidis
Born (1989-05-15) May 15, 1989 (age 25)
Queensland, Australia
Nationality Australian
Other names Kiki, Kiki Vidas[1]
Ethnicity White
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)[1]
Weight 116 lb (53 kg)[1]
No. of adult films 21 (per IAFD)

Kiki Vidis (born May 15, 1989 in Queensland, Australia) is an Australian pornographic actress. She began her career in pornography in 2008 at the age of 18.[1]


Adult film actress, Kiki Vidis, is the most successful active Australian porn star since her career commenced in 2008. Her first year took off, Vivid released Kiki's first scene and she was nominated for “Best Newcomer” at the AVN Awards in Las Vegas. Kiki’s notable headlines comprise of featuring on 60 Minutes Australia, Rove, various radio talk shows, appearing in over 100 adult scenes and starring in her own reality television show on Playboy TV called “Kiki’s American Adventure”. Miss Vidis' recent works, besides her films in Los Angeles, have included the 3D adult film series by Popporn3D Productions in Australia. Kiki Vidis can be found on Wikipedia and IMDB.

Kiki has also posed nude with both her mother and sister in men's magazine publications. Her family is very supportive of her career, as long as she is safe and happy. Furthermore, Ms Vidis has featured in over 100 magazine publications including Penthouse, Hustler, Fox Magazine, Men’s World, Men’s Only, Men’s Gallery, NZX, Picture Premium, Lollypops, Ravers and numerous others. Additionally, Miss Vidis is the columnist of “Kiki’s Korner” in People Magazine and a guest columnist to The Picture Magazine on a regular basis.

Kiki Vidis is the two-time winner of the prestigious “Alpha Girl” award presented by the Australian Adult Industry Awards, as well as being apart of the 2014 AVN Award Winning Best All-Girl Release. In this year alone, Kiki Vidis has already been named one of “Oz’s Top 25 Hottest Celebrities” by People Magazine, and “Oz’s Hottest Porn Star” by The Picture Magazine (2014).


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