|Height||5' 6½" (1.69 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
Lauren Peterson is a classically trained actress, dancer and yogi. In NYC Lauren studied acting with Uta Hagen, Marthe Schlamme, Word Baker and others at the Herbert Berghof (HB) Studios. She was accepted to the prestigious "School of American Ballet" under the tutelage of George Balanchine. In Los Angeles, Lauren studied yoga with Chuck Miller, being one of only two students he taught through the fourth series in the very demanding ashtanga system. She taught at the original Yoga Works on Montana Ave in Santa Monica. Lauren is a member of the celebrated Group Rep. Theatre, and enjoys performing both on the stage and screen.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: CLInc Talent Agency
Lauren has been lauded on stage and screen for her portrayals. In 2016, Lauren played three roles, in the stage version on "Hairspray" at the historic Orpheum Theatre. She also danced with the ensemble in the opening number, and danced as "Prudy Pingleton: in the closing number. The other roles were "Spritzer" which is traditionally male, and the "Gym Teacher."
In 2016 Lauren played the role of Annie Clark, in a production of "Calendar Girls" at The Group Rep Theatre. She was singled out, for her performance. OnStage, LA "While all of the women gave memorable performances, Peterson was the standout as Annie-she has the most emotional material and truly brought a real poignancy to her character's grief." -Erin Conley Tolucan Times: ".....as his wife Annie (a STANDOUT portrayal by Lauren Peterson) grieves his losing battle with cancer......" The Geek Authority: "Lauren is real and sincere and delivers a very heartfelt performance ......." Jim Carozzo: "Lauren Peterson's performance.."was restrained in all the right places making it film worthy in its realism." Lauren.."stood out in an ensemble piece which is not easy. (Lauren).. did it by maintaining a real presence and balance."
Lauren's first SAG job was as Tim Hutton's sister in the film, "A Long Way Home", where she was singled out for her performance: Variety: "Lauren Peterson, with minimal dialog, does wonders with the role on grown-up Carolyn."
For "How We Lived" at American Theatre Arts: Dramalogue: "The real excitement in this production, is created by Lauren Peterson, as daughter Ruth and Don Mantooth as the hired hand. The writing comes alive in their portrayals. Peterson's sweet quality, coupled with a disarming humor and tomboyish attitude makes one aware of Ruth every moment she is on stage."
- IMDb Mini Biography By: CLInc Agency