Agyness Deyn was discovered by a modelling scout who signed her up with SELECT modelling agency. In 2007, she was featured on the cover of American VOGUE. Agyness Deyn’s bleached cropped hair and steady gaze peered out of the Burberry, Giorgio Armani and Gold by Giles Deacon at New Look campaigns all at once. She is one of the new crop of international supermodels, with her beatnik sense of style providing that all important X Factor. In the 2010 film Clash of the Titans, Deyn played Aphrodite, Greek goddess of beauty, love and sex. Soon after, Deyn played her first role on the West End stage, as Paula in François Archambault’s comedy, The Leisure Society, to much acclaim. In 2011, Agyness appeared Pusher, playing a strong minded stripper. She followed it with an acclaimed performance as the lead role in Electricity, playing Lilly – whose battle against epilepsy hampers her attempts to find her long-lost brother. The film was Officially Selected for the 58th London Film Festival-and Mark Kermode described Agyness’ performance as “terrific”.