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, YouTubeRed's Sing It!, multiple award-winning indie films, and roles at theaters such as Geffen, Goodman, Center Theatre Group, Goodspeed, Court Theatre, Victory Gardens, and Manhattan Theater Club. 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.

Laura’s choreography, dance, voice, and performance capture work has been featured in video games, commercials, music videos, and live shows. Some notable collaborators include Jason Alexander, Bob Odenkirk, Chazz Palminteri, Keith David, The Killers, Square Enix, NOFX, Mary Zimmerman, and Donald Margulies. She's designed movement for theater companies including Deaf West, CoeurageOver The Moon, Sixth AvenueElephant, Porchlight, American Theatre Company, and Temple Israel of Hollywood. She received a StageSceneLA Scenie Award for "Best Choreography - Larger Cast Production" for her work on Over the Moon Productions' Spring Awakening.  

She co-created and starred in the improvised web series Crystal’s Balls for Funny Or Die, for which she received an LA WebFest “Outstanding Lead Actress” nomination.

Laura graduated cum laude from Northwestern University, where she met her husband, Keith Harrison.  Their music duo The Giggle Gems recently released their debut single “Lucky Squirrels,” which was featured on MTV. Laura and Keith are also the creators of the new musical Emojiland, currently being developed in LA. In her spare time, Laura can be found downward-dogging in her living room, hiking in Griffith Park, or baking brownies.