Kayden Kross Lands in Mainstream Web Series for Lesbians

John Sanford

LOS ANGELES — Digital Playground contract star Kayden Kross has landed a role in the dramatic web-series "Girl/Girl Scene."

Created by Tucky Williams, "Girl/Girl Scene" is a reflection of the lesbian culture in middle America. The show follows the lives of a group of young lesbians, their experiences and loves. Kross stars as Avery, who falls in with the narcissistic and arrogant, Evan.

“I played a new girl in town named Avery who has a habit of casually hooking up with a fair amount of people, so the acting wasn't a huge stretch,” Kross said. “Tucky really made it easy on me.”

The show has become a hit within the lesbian community, citing its candid, realistic portrayal of its culture. A teaser trailer for "Girl/Girl Scene" Season Two has been unveiled and prominently features Kross.

The clip can be seen here. Season Two of "Girl/Girl Scene" is set to debut this summer. More information about the show and Kross's involvement can be found on the official website, http://GirlGirlScene.com.

Kross's next Digital Playground movie is called "The Turn On," and was directed by Robby D.

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