AVN Award for Female Foreign Performer of the Year

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AVN Award for Female Foreign Performer of the Year
Awarded for Female Foreign Performer of the Year
Country United States
Presented by AVN Media Network
First awarded 2003 (2003)[1][2]
Currently held by Jasmine Jae[3]
Website avnawards.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 actress Katsuni has won the award three times,[4][5][6] while Hungarian-born Aleska Diamond, French-born Anissa Kate and Polish-born actress Misha Cross have each won the award twice.[7][8][9][10]

As of January 2018, the titleholder is British-born actress Jasmine Jae.[3]

Winners and nominees[edit]

2003–2004[edit]

Year Photo Winner Nominees
2003[11][1] Rita Faltoyano AVN Awards 2003.jpg Rita Faltoyano
Hungary
Lea De Mae
Sophie Evans
Daniella Rush
2004[12][13] Mandy Bright
Hungary
Mélanie Coste
Katja Kassin
Michelle Wild

2005–2009[edit]

Year Photo Winner Nominees
2005[4][14] Katsuni 2010.jpg Katsuni
France
Cristina Bella
Niki Belucci
Sandra Romain
2006[5][15] Brigitta Bulgari
2007[6][16] Mya Diamond
Poppy Morgan
2008[17][18] Monica Mattos

Brazil

Tarra White
2009[19][20] Eve Angel 1.jpg Eve Angel

Hungary

Black Angelika
Cecilia Vega

2010–2014[edit]

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

Hungary

2011[22] Angel Dark.jpg Angel Dark

Slovakia

2012[7][23] Aleska Diamond

Hungary

Liza del Sierra
Anna Polina
2013[8][24]
2014[9][25] Anissa Kate AVN Photos AEE Expo Las Vegas 2012.jpg Anissa Kate

France

Samantha Bentley
Marica Hase
Cayenne Klein
Valentina Nappi

2015-2018[edit]

Year Photo Winner Nominees
2015[10][26] Anissa Kate AVN Photos AEE Expo Las Vegas 2012.jpg Anissa Kate

France

2016[27][28] Misha Cross

Poland

Amarna Miller
2017[29][30] Amarna Miller
Anna Polina
2018[31][3] Jasmine Jae

United Kingdom

Amarna Miller
Anna Polina

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