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Karla Lane

Karla Lane was born on January 23, 1987 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Karla Navarro. She is an actress. See full bio »

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Plumper Pass
Plumper Pass Actress
(2007)
Heavy Hitters
Heavy Hitters Actress
(2005)
BBW Slumber Party 1
(2008)

Filmography

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 2015 Curvy Chicks Love Dicks (Video)
 2014 Curvy Casting Couch (Video)
 2013 Large Latinas 3 (Video)
 2011 Big Fat & Hairy (Video)
 2011 Meaty Mamas (Video)
 2010 Cash for Chunkers 2 (Video)
 2008 Thick BBW Forum: The Movie (Video) (as Karla)
 2008 BBW Slumber Party 1 (Video)
 2008 Big Ass Quake! (Video) (as Karla Navarro)
 2008 Fat Cocksuckers (Video)
 2008 Vanilla Thick Shakes (Video)
 2007 All That Ass: The Orgy 5 (Video)
 2007 Big Butt Latin Maids 1 (Video)
 2006 Big Lovin' 3 (Video)
 2006 Big Lovin' 1 (Video)
 2006 Back Dat Azz Up (Video)
 2006 Big Butt Smashdown 7 (Video)
 2006 Big Latin Wet Butts 3 (Video)
 2006 Big Phat Wet Ass Orgy 3 (Video)
 2006 Yo' Mama's a Freak 3 (Video)
 2005 Heavy Hitters (Video)
 2005 Heavy Hitters 2 (Video)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Karla | Karla Navarro

Height:

5' 1¾" (1.57 m)
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Star Sign:

Aquarius

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