Israeli model Bar Paly has been balancing modelling and acting in 2014 as she slowly transitions to becoming an actress in the view of some of her fashion fans and bloggers. However, she fortunately has not left the world of modelling and one suspects she never will leave completely because of how sensational she looks whether it be modelling haute couture clothing or bikini swimsuits.
The beautiful model/actress recently posed in a blue-on-blue bikini made by LuLu Fama swimwear and the picture has brought much attention to the swimwear clothing designer (for which she is likely very appreciative) and also to her acting projects.
The picture was discovered on her social media Instagram page and has led to fans of her throughout the globe commenting on how great she looks in a relaxed pose in the bikini. For some fashion fans and social media fashion observers this is one of the traits of her modelling which makes her such a desired and respected model.
She is able to look fantastic in clothing while looking natural and not striking a pose or more likely, not looking as if she is having to strike a 'pose' to look beautiful in the clothing. It is this ability that helps make her so appealing to fans in the movie "Pain & Gain" as there are several scenes in which she looked sensational without even trying.
Bar Paly is known for her modelling but something else that is becoming apparent is that she has the attention of Hollywood filmmakers and her parts are becoming more 'substantial' with each role.
She became known because of "Pain & Gain" and she has built on that popularity with her 2014 roles in the movies "Non-Stop" and the box office hit "Million Dollar Arm".
In 2015 she has the movie "Trainwreck" that is already in post-production and will be filming the movie "Headlock" in which she plays a feature role opposite Diana Agron and Andy Garcia.
Bar Paly has brought much attention to Lulu Fama swimwear with her scintillating body and illustrates the impact that she can have on a clothing line and bringing viewers to movie projects.