Little Caprice

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Little Caprice
Little Caprice from "Cheers to live".jpg
Little Caprice from Cheers to live
Markéta Štroblová

(1988-10-26) 26 October 1988 (age 31)
Other namesCaprice, Lola, Lola D, Lola Karups, Lolashut, Lil Caprice, Caprice A, Caprice S, Marketa, Patricia
OccupationModel, Actress
Spouse(s)Markus Schlögl (Marcello Bravo)

Markéta Štroblová-Schlögl, née Štroblová (born 26 October 1988 in Brno) better known by the pseudonym Little Caprice is a Czech porn actress, model and producer (Little Caprice Media s.r.o.) in the adult film industry.[1]


Štroblová grew up with her twin sister Lucie in Brno, Czech Republic.[citation needed] After completing her university degree as a Nutritionist, she initially worked in the food and beverage industry. The sisters began working in the porn industry in the late 2000s, first at Video Art Holland, under various pseudonyms such as "Lola" and "Little Caprice".[citation needed] In 2011, Štroblová took a break for health reasons, left the company and later, returned to the pornography industry working independently.[citation needed]

In 2014, she appeared in an interactive erotic online game operated by the Munich red-light milieu company, Villa Roma.[2] Further productions followed, such as MET ART, Nubile Films, and X-Art, which in 2015 with a lingerie presentation that earned her fifth place in the ranking as Actress of the Year in Playboy.[3] In August 2016, Štroblová launched her own website with She was a streaker in a promotional video for the beverage brand Almdudler and won the AVN Award's Best Scene in a Foreign-Shot Production and Best Website. In 2020, Little Caprice won the AVN Award for Female Foreign Performer of the Year.[4]

Štroblová is married to the Austrian, Markus Schlögl alias Marcello Bravo[citation needed] (* 1978), who also works as a porn actor.[5]



  1. ^ [1] Heute Article
  2. ^ Villa Roma press release at
  3. ^ [// videos / hottest-porn-stars-ranked dead link] In:
  4. ^ AVN, AVN Staff. "2020 AVN Award Winners Announced AVN". AVN. Retrieved 2020-02-07.
  5. ^ Porn-Prize went to married couple from Lower Austria, from October 19, 2018

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