time in the business, Laura has amassed a large number of
acting credits. Starting with the low budget, critically
acclaimed 'Small Faces', made while she was still
studying, to blockbusters such as the international
success of 'A Knights Tale' where she became widely
recognised, Laura has demonstrated versatility in her
roles and refuses to be typecast. She has had bit parts
in movies ('Girl in Bed' with Leonardo de Caprio in 'Man
in the Iron Mask'), through leading roles ('Virtual
Sexuality', Coney Island Baby', 'Devils Gate'), and
ensemble casts ('Titus', 'He Knew He Was Right'). She can
float effortlessly between independent & big budget
films, and TV genres from fantasy, costume drama and
She can do anything......
Explore the site to learn more about Laura
and her roles.
Laura as Florence
Nightingale in 'Florence Nightingale'
||Whats new on the
February 2009 - added pics from 'No
25th November 2008 - minor housekeeping, added
pics from 'Paris, Brixton'
30th September 2008 - updated News and screen
pages, added pics from 'Florence Nightingale'
'Forgive and Forget'
27th June 2008 - added pics from 'Reichenbach
11th June 2008 - added news of 'No Holds
21st May 2008 - added several portrait
pics to gallery, and pics from 'Neverwhere'
Laura has been busy again. She has made an
independent film, Cuckoo, that should be
released late in 2009, and has just appeared in a BBC
comedy drama celebrating the life of Scottish poet Robert
Burns. In late 2008 she was in Adelaide Australia filming
a role in the new Scott Hicks movie 'The Boys Are
Back', which should see a general release in
THE BOYS ARE BACK
Laura will be appearing in this new film
directed by Scott Hicks. The film is a UK-Australian
co-production and is billed as a love story between a
single parent father and his two sons. Clive Owen stars
in the film.
Laura has a starring role in a new independent
film. 'Cuckoo' is a psychological thriller and also stars
Richard E Grant and Tamsin Grieg. It is written and
directed by Richard Bracewell. An expected release is
Polly is a fed-up medical researcher, with a wild rock
star boyfriend (Adam Fenton), a jealous younger sister
(Antonia Bernath) and an over interested boss (Richard E
Grant). Polly has a chance to escape with a new job, but
then things start to go a little odd. The noises start
late at night. Polly is alone, she thinks she's losing
her mind - no one else seems to hear. Polly's sure she's
not crazy, but why won't the noises go away?
Laura was a cast member of this BBC comedy drama
celebrating the life of Robert Burns. It's was a
60-minute comedy mockumentary following the lives of a
group of people as they prepare to vie for the 2009 Cup
O' Kindness, a trophy awarded for the best recital of the
works of Robert Burns. It screened on BBC1 Scotland on
25th Jan 2009.
Laura is currently filming 'Cuckoo'
Film Festival Aug 2006