Chicago native Laura Nicole Harrison has been singing, dancing, and acting professionally since the age of 10. Her acting credits include Showtime's Masters of Sex, Weeds, YouTube Originals' Sing It!, multiple award-winning indie films, and roles at theaters such as Geffen, Goodman, Center Theatre Group, Goodspeed, Court Theatre, Victory Gardens, Sacred Fools, and Manhattan Theater Club. She co-created the improvised series Crystal’s Balls for Funny Or Die, for which she received an LA WebFest "Outstanding Lead Actress" nomination. As a child actor, she guest starred opposite Kyle Chandler and Luis Guzman on CBS' Early Edition, and Joan Cusack on ABC's What About Joan, and played Little Girl in the first national tour of Frank Galati's Ragtime.
Her dance and award-winning choreography has been featured in films and live shows, and a music video for The Killers. She choreographed a holiday spectacular at Temple Israel of Hollywood featuring Bob Odenkirk and Leonard Nimoy, and won a Scenie Award for “Best Choreography” for Over The Moon’s Spring Awakening. She’s also toured symphony halls around the US singing and dancing with Jason Alexander in his one-man show An Evening With Jason Alexander.
Laura graduated cum laude from Northwestern University. Laura is one of the co-creators and stars of the new musical Emojiland, which premiered off-Broadway in 2018 as part of the New York Musical Festival, garnering a rave review in The New York Times.