Model, Television actress
💵 Salary :
Search Laura Lydall on Amazon.
Laura Lydall is an Australian model and actress who has featured on the cover of Maxim, Fuse Magazine and Iron Man Magazine.
Laura has featured on the cover of Maxim several times including Maxim Australia for the July 2016 issue and the March 2015 issue alongside Joanna Hill. In August 2016, Laura won the Miss Jetset Magazine International Cover Competition, in which 10,000 international models competed. In September 2016 Laura was on the cover of Maxim Middle East. In October 2016 she was on the first cover of Maxim Africa. She was interviewed by Maxim Australia in which she discussed her career and controversial Ultra Tune adverts.
Laura is a fitness model and has featured on the front cover of Iron Man Magazine in August 2016.
Laura is an ambassador for the 3G Safety watch which alerts emergency services at the press of a button and was created with the intention of making the vulnerable feel safe. Laura stated that she is passionate about supporting and raising awareness of domestic violence as several friends have had traumatic experiences. Laura helped raise over $237,000 for the Be Positive Foundation which is a children’s cancer charity.
Laura is an ambassador for Australian car servicing franchise Ultra Tune. She stars with fellow ambassador Parnia Porsche in several of their television adverts in Australia. The adverts caused huge controversy in Australia as they featured the girls in ‘unexpected situations’ which were deemed to be sexist by critics. Their advert was the most complained about advert in Australia in 2016.
Laura was interviewed by Neil Mitchell on 3AW and defended the adverts, stating that they were simply ‘a bit of fun’. Both Laura Lydall and Parnia Porsche wrote an open letter to The Age newspaper in response to the controversy and stated that ‘We feel upset that you are publicly bullying and vilifying us on the basis of our appearance. It’s just plain wrong and unfair, Emma and Michael. Surely as independent strong women, we are allowed to choose without fear of prejudice or hurtful judgments about what we wear, how we look and the form of work we choose?’
Laura featured in the series Cruise Mode on Network Ten in 2016, starring Charli Robinson and Shannon Noll.
In October 2018 Laura filmed alongside Charlie Sheen for the 7th installment of the 'Unexpected Situations' ad series for Ultra Tune.
- Jetset Mag, Miss. "Placed 1st". www.jetsetmag.com. Retrieved 27 October 2016.
- Magazin, PDF. "MAXIM MIDDLE EAST — SEPTEMBER 2016". www.pdfmag.org. Retrieved 27 October 2016.
- Africa, Maxim. "Laura Lydall is the first beauty to grace our #Maxim Africa cover". www.instagram.com. Retrieved 27 October 2016.
- Australia, Maxim. "Laura Lydall". Maxim Australia. Nuclear Media.
- Conway, Bridget. "q & a with Laura Lydall". www.lipmag.com.
- Canning, Simon (18 January 2016). "Ultra Tune switches latex for mini skirts and a near-miss in latest campaign for car repairs". Mumbrella.
- Hepburn, Jonathan (25 Jan 2016). "UltraTune criticised for 'sexist' rubber catsuit ad campaign; company denies alienating female drivers". www.abc.net.au.
- Arlington, Kim (7 July 2016). "Ultra Tune, Australia Day lamb: the most complained-about ads of 2016, so far". The Sydney Morning Herald. Fairfax Media.
- Mitchell, Neil (4 July 2016). "Laura Lydall hits back at criticism of 'sexist' Ultra Tune commercial on 3AW". www.3aw.com.au.
- Writers, Staff (2 July 2016). "Girls behind controversial Ultra Tune ad hit back". www.news.com.au. News Limited.
- Buckley, Sean. "Parnia Porsche and Laura Lydall featured on Cruise Mode". www.seanbuckley.net.au.
- Keen, Ryan (26 Oct 2018). "Ultra Tune TV gals Parnia Porsche, Laura Lydall on Charlie Sheen ad". The Herald Sun. News Pty Ltd.
This article "Laura Lydall" is from Wikipedia. The list of its authors can be seen in its historical and/or the page Edithistory:Laura Lydall. Articles copied from Draft Namespace on Wikipedia could be seen on the Draft Namespace of Wikipedia and not main one.