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She is a talented actress, model, host, fashion designer and a well-rounded Jack of all trades. Currently she can be seen on two national television commercials: a WWE Raw Fan-nation spot airing on USA networks and a Budweiser beer spot as Monday.
She's appeared on several hit television shows including NBC's "Las Vegas," "Las Comic Standing," CW's "All of Us," Fox's "Stacked," "Desire," CMT's reality show "Popularity Contest," (her only comment on the show was, "Those people sure ate a lot of red meat."), TNT's drama "Wanted," Larry David's HBO smash "Curb Your Enthusiasm," and Showtime's "Sleeper Cell."
She has hosted Fuel TV's popular motorsport show "M80," Fox Sport Net's "Celebrity Golf Tournament" as well as the new political variety show "The 1/2 Hour News Hour" on Fox News. She is the new spokesmodel for the Clientele skin care line, and the premier cover girl for a brand-new national glossy publication, Coexistence Magazine, which debuted in September 2007.
Later in the year, Milani can be seen on Mountaindew.com in a brand-new webisode series entitled, "Cyberpux," where she plays a bad cybercop.
In addition to the smash hit that is "Deal or No Deal," most of her fans now recognize Milani as the WWE's Raw Diva Search 2005 finalist and runner-up. Selected from 8,000 applicants, for eight consecutive weeks Milani made her way through the stiff competition to become the #2 diva. As a result of her repeated appearances on WWE and the millions of viewers watching her worldwide, her website, leylamilani.com, receives thousands of hits daily.
When she's not busy working, she enjoys reading motivational quotes, useless facts, playing with her pet Pomeranian Mango, and gambling - maybe a little too much; blackjack and roulette being her specialty.
Lucky Leyla Milani always knew she had good fortune. "Ever since I was a year old, I have been posing for the camera," says the Canadian siren. But back then, hanging out with the guys, playing every sport under the sun and constantly entertaining everybody who would watch or listen was her life. Local fame came early with Milani hosting a local cable after school television show at the age of 12. Next were a flurry of local modeling gigs and runway appearances.
Post-high school found Leyla's family moving from Toronto to Hollywood, which was exactly where she wanted to be. "I'm a very creative person, so L.A. was the perfect location for me to explore my acting, modeling and fashion design aspirations." She enrolled in Los Angeles' Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandise and her "Leyla Couture Jeans" became the talk of the industry. Another Milano-inspired line found its way into Forever 21 stores nationwide.
With a new nonstop schedule, the talented and beautiful Leyla remains in constant motion. And even though she's #13, she's lucky 13 - so, don't bet against her.