|Whats new on the
October 2012 - updated news of 'Wish You
Well' and Sisterhood of Night'
19th August 2012 - updated news, front
page and added some 'Breaking Bad' pictures
28th June 2012 - added news of 'Breaking
15th April 2012 - added new interview to
promote 'Lip Service - series 2'
4th April 2012 - added news of new project
'Lip Service - series 2'
Laura has been cast in 2 new movies in the USA, 'Wish
You Well', and 'The Sisterhood of Night'.
'Wish You Well' is the story of a young
girl and her brother coming of age at their great
grandmother's house in Virginia during the 1940s. It also
stars Mackenzie Foy, Ellen Burstyn and Josh Lucas.
'The Sisterhood of Night' is an indie
film being directed by Caryn Waetcher. It also stars Kara
Hayward, Kal Penn and Georgie Henley. The story follows a
group of teenage girls who band together to form a secret
society that gathers deep in the forest after dark. A
witch hunt ensues when they're accused of engaging in
illicit activities. Laura will play a librarian at the
girls' school in suburban New Jersey.
Laura is also appearing
in season 5 of the American series 'Breaking
Bad'. She plays Lydia, a former associate of Gus
Fring whos integral to the proceedings of season 5,
as well as someone who is nervous about her place in the
world. The series started screening on AMC on 15th July
2012. Laura joined in episode 2 (22nd July).
Laura has made an
independent film in the UK, Flutter, but
unfortunately there are no signs of it being released
A recent interview also
reveals that she has moved back to live in New York with
her husband and daughter, but is open to work on both
sides of the Atlantic.
Current work -
Laura has joined the fifth and final series of
this US series as Lydia Rodarte-Quayle. Her first episode
was screened on AMC on 22nd July 2012.
Recent work -
A second 6 part series of this drama was
screened by the BBC commencing April 20th 2012. Laura was
playing Cat, one of the female lead roles in Lip
Service, a bold new drama for BBC Three about
the sex lives and love affairs of twenty-something
lesbians living in contemporary Glasgow. Other leads are
Ruta Gedmintas and Fiona Button. The controversial first
series was shown on BBC3 in late 2010. A DVD of the
second series has just been released..
Laura has a starring role in this independent
film. 'Cuckoo' is a psychological
thriller and also stars Richard E Grant and Tamsin Grieg.
It is written and directed by Richard Bracewell.
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?
A 4 part drama series recently screened by the
BBC. The story concerns a father of 4 children, Dave
whose wife suddenly dies, falling in love with his wifes
best friend, Sarah. The 2 leads are played by David
Tennant and Suranne Jones. The other cast members include
Laura Fraser, Rupert Graves, Mark Heap and Neve Mcintosh.
Laura landed a lead role on Showtime's drama
pilot Homeland. Homeland,
from 24 executive producers Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa,
centers on Marine Sergeany Scott Brody, who returns home
eight years after going missing in Iraq, and Carrie
Anderson (Claire Danes), a driven CIA officer who
suspects he might be plotting an attack on America.
Fraser (A Knight's Tale) will play Jessica Brody, Scott
Brody's smart, strong wife.
Unfortunately, although this pilot went on to be a
successful series, Laura's part was recast after the
pilot was completed.
Laura will be starring in the new British film, 'Flutter'.
The film is a black comedy about the lures and dangers of
gambling, and also stars Ricky Tomlinson, Billy Zane, and