Actor | Editor | Director
From a Hannaford commercial shoot this summer.
On set of The Good Burger 2, where Lauren worked alongside Mark Cuban.
Lauren wrote, directed and starred in the short film, How to Clean, shot on 16mm film. Rachel Bailit who works at Boston Casting, the Lee Strasberg Institute in LA, and was most recently an acting consultant on DC League of Super-Pets starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, came on as Executive Producer.
How To Clean, had a sold out screening at the historic Coolidge Corner Theater on July 15th.
How to Clean, was accepted to the first film festival it was submitted to, Los Angeles Lift Off. Lauren looks forward to the rest of the festival run.
Lauren received her Bachelors from Boston University where she studied film production and minored in theater.
Lauren was the only theater minor in all four years of her study at Boston University to be cast in a theater major production. Here she played #00 in their production of The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe.
Lauren was a PA on, The House, direct by her Boston University professor, Jan Egleson.
For a whole month, Lauren worked on The Challengers, starring Zendaya. She got to put her special skills to use playing one of the tennis prodigies.
After Studying with Rachel Bailit for five years, the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute and Boston Casting granted Lauren a special Certificate verifying her studies.
On set of the short film Boston, that Lauren edited, and performed with a Boston accent.
On Set of HBO's new original series Julia, where Lauren played Julia Child's Intern.
Lauren has always displayed a passion for storytelling. As a kid, she loved to make little movies with her friends. When she turned fourteen she started acting in local indie and student films, immersing herself in the Boston film community. Lauren credits much of her knowledge of the industry to Boston Casting, who nurtured her development from a young age. She has delighted in witnessing the growth of the MA film industry, which has allowed Lauren the opportunity to audition for roles in major tv shows and movies. Although, she recently moved to New York City, Boston Casting is still allowing her to audition as a local hire. Lauren looks forward to the increased opportunities from living in NYC, while still remaining connected to the growing MA film industry.
Lauren loves being both on camera and behind the scenes. With the insight from collaborating with student filmmakers around Boston, Lauren decided to study Film and Television at Boston University. Since graduating, she has worked as a production assistant, actress, and assistant editor. She has also created four of her own short films. Lauren is eager to grow as a storyteller in all aspects of filmmaking.