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Model turned DJ darling, the self-professed audiophile

has found her calling as the go-to girl for the night of your life.

Born and raised all over California, Alie set her goals on Los Angeles. Once there, she fell in love with the nightlife and knew she would make it her own.

Turned on to the world of DJ’ing in 2008, she locked herself in her bedroom, determined to start from scratch. After cultivating her ear for music and mixing skill set, she tapped into her background in business and practiced party know-how to create her own brand and sound.

In 2009, Alie debuted and her fan-base exploded.

In 2010, when Playboy selected the beauty as an international Playboy Playmate, they recognized the new bunny as a hot commodity and invited her to DJ at coveted events including the annual Halloween party at the Playboy Mansion and their official Playboy 2011 New Year’s Eve bash. Quick to grab her, the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas signed her on as their new resident DJ, boasting their new guest as the headliner at the resort’s various venues, including Moon, Ghostbar, Playboy Club, and of course, their massive, world famous Rain nightclub. With undeniable talent matched only by her no bullshit stage presence, Alie went on to perform with some of the biggest DJ’s and artists around including Rusko , Tiesto, Flo Rida, Edward Maya,

Already having performed throughout the States, in Los Angeles, New York, Las Vegas, Miami, San Diego, Dallas, Atlanta, Denver, Houston, San Fransisco, as well as tours across Canada, Australia, and Singapore, Alie has no plans to slow down. In 2011, the established DJ produced her first track “End of Time” with Jon Pegnato (The LA Riots) which was picked up and released, only to follow it’s success with a remix of “Jello” by the Far East Movement with the LA production Duo “Radio Black”. Currently working on her first EP, as well as a clothing line, TOMO PARK, and redefining her version of a “triple threat”, the model continues to break the mold to create something new.