AVN Award for Female Foreign Performer of the Year

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AVN Award for Female Foreign Performer of the Year
Awarded forFemale Foreign Performer of the Year
CountryUnited States
Presented byAVN Media Network
First awarded2003 (2003)[1][2]
Currently held byLittle Caprice
Websiteavnawards.avn.com

The AVN Award for Female Foreign Performer of the Year is an award that has been given by sex industry company AVN since the award's inception in 2003.[1][2] French-born actresses Katsuni and Anissa Kate have each won the award three times,[3][4][5] while Hungarian-born Aleska Diamond and Polish-born actress Misha Cross have won the award twice.[6][7][8][9]

As of January 2020, the titleholder is Little Caprice.[10]

Winners and nominees[edit]

2000s[edit]

Year Photo Winner Nominees
2003[11][1] Rita Faltoyano AVN Awards 2003.jpg Rita Faltoyano
Hungary
Zora Banks
Lea De Mae
Sophie Evans
Jana
Daniella Rush
2004[12][13] Mandy Bright
Hungary
Mélanie Coste
Wanda Kurtis
Sophie Evans
Rita Faltoyano
Katja Kassin
Katsuni
Lucy Lee
Anna Nova
Alicia Rhodes
Stacy Silver
Monica Sweetheart
Michelle Wild
2005[3][14] Katsuni 2010.jpg Katsuni
France
Cristina Bella
Niki Belucci
Mandy Bright
Mélanie Coste
Jane Darling
Rita Faltoyano
Aneta Keys
Cindy Lords
Sandra Romain
Julie Silver
Liliane Tiger
2006[4][15] Sharka Blue
Mandry Bright
Brigitta Bulgari
Angel Dark
Rita Faltoyano
Tera Joy
Alicia Rhodes
Julie Silver
Stacy Silver
Barbara Summer
Liliane Tiger
2007[5][16] Cristina Bella
Mandy Bright
Angel Dark
Jane Darling
Mya Diamond
Tiffany Hopkins
Isabel Ice
Claudia Jamsson
Cindy Lords
Monica Mattos
Poppy Morgan
Claudia Rossi
Priscila Sol
Liliane Tiger
2008[17][18] Monica Mattos

Brazil

Baroka Balls
Nikky Blond
Caylian Curtis
Suzie Diamond
Diana Doll
Clara G
Isabel Ice
Melissa Lauren
Divinity Love
Oksana
Nikki Rider
Liliane Tiger
Tarra White
Yasmine
2009[19][20] Eve Angel 1.jpg Eve Angel

Hungary

Black Angelika
Bambi
Chloe Delaure
Dian Doll
Regina Ice
Melissa Lauren
Loona Luxx
Roxy Panther
Peaches
Claudia Rossi
Viva Style
Cecilia Vega
Tarra White
Yasmine

2010s[edit]

Year Photo Winner Nominees
2010[21] Aletta Ocean at Venus Berlin 2010 crop.jpg Aletta Ocean

Hungary

Blue Angel
Stella DelCroix
Cindy Hope
Regina Ice
Jodie James
Cherry Jul
Melissa Lauren
Madison Parker
Anita Pearl
Monica Santhiago
Sofia Valentine
Cecilia Vega
Tarra White
Yasmine
2011[22] Angel Dark.jpg Angel Dark

Slovakia

Aliz
Blue Angel
Jenny Baby
Black Angelika
Lou Charmelle
Carla Cox
Mandy Dee
Aleska Diamond
Cindy Hope
Lea Lexis
Kerry Louise
Natasha Marley
Jessica Moore
Tarra White
2012[6][23] Aleska Diamond

Hungary

Blue Angel
Black Angelika
Lou Charmelle
Liza Del Sierra
Cindy Dollar
Eufrat
Cathy Heaven
Franceska Jaimes
Gemma Massey
Aletta Ocean
Anna Polina
Jessie Volt
Tarra White
Zafira
2013[7][24] Aliz
Black Angelika
Claire Castel
Carla Cox
Laura Crystal
Franceska Jaimes
Anissa Kate
Jenna Lovely
Aletta Ocean
Anna Polina
Ivana Sugar
Paige Turnah
Jessie Volt
Tarra White
2014[8][25] Anissa Kate AVN Photos AEE Expo Las Vegas 2012.jpg Anissa Kate

France

Nikita Bellucci
Samantha Bentley
Claire Castel
Ava Dalush
Tiffany Doll
Marica Hase
Henessy
Cindy Hope
Jasmine Jae
Cayenne Klein
Valentina Nappi
Lyen Parker
Anna Polina
Ivana Sugar
2015[9][26] Abbie Cat
Samantha Bentley
Alexis Crystal
Tiffany Doll
Gina Gerson
Cathy Heaven
Henessy
Jasmine Jae
Francesca Jaimes
Lola Reve
Ivana Sugar
Mira Sunset
Lola Taylor
Charlize Tinkerbell
2016[27][28] Misha Cross

Poland

Samantha Bentley
Stella Cox
Alexis Crystal
Sienna Day
Tiffany Doll
Tina Hot
Jasmine Jae
Franceska Jaimes
Anissa Kate
Manon Martin
Mea Melone
Amarna Miller
Lola Reve
Taylor Sands
2017[29][30] Amirah Adara
Samantha Bentley
Claire Castel
Stella Cox
Sienna Day
Tiffany Doll
Lea Guerlin
Jasmine Jae
Ines Lenvin
Lexi Lowe
Amarna Miller
Anna Polina
Nekane Sweet
Alexa Tomas
2018[31] Jasmine Jae

United Kingdom

Amirah Adara
Nikita Bellucci
Misha Cross
Eveline Dellai
Susy Gala
Gina Gerson
Anissa Kate
Cherry Kiss
Apolonia Lapiedra
Amarna Miller
Anna Polina
Valentina Ricci
Julia Roca
Alexa Tomas
2019[32] Anissa Kate AVN Photos AEE Expo Las Vegas 2012.jpg Anissa Kate

France

Amirah Adara
Little Caprice
Misha Cross
Cassie del Isla
Clea Gaultier
Ella Hughes
Gina Gerson
Jasmine Jae
Tina Kay
Alyssia Kent
Cherry Kiss
Apolonia Lapiedra
Texas Patti
Tiffany Tatum

2020s[edit]

Year Photo Winner Nominees
2020[33][10] Little Caprice from "Cheers to live".jpg Little Caprice

Czech Republic

Amirah Adara
Misha Cross
Anna de Ville
Lady Dee
Cassie del Isla
Clea Gaultier
Lucy Heart
Apolonia Lapiedra
Anissa Kate
Tina Kay
Cherry Kiss
Barbie Sins
Tiffany Tatum
Rebecca Volpetti
Performer country of origin Titles
Hungary Hungary 6
France France 6
Poland Poland 2
Brazil Brazil 1
Slovakia Slovakia 1
United Kingdom United Kingdom 1
Czech Republic Czech Republic 1

See also[edit]

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