Laura Linda Bradley is an American actress, dancer and singer, known for her range of roles in both film and stage. Apart from acting Bradley is a passionate philanthropist, whose causes focus on the importance of Arts Education, and the environment, working with WildAid as well as Global Green. Laura has also contributed her time and talents to the Drawing Hope International Organization, where she served as a member of the honorary committee for their 2012 Masquerade Gala.
She appeared in the films Winter Goodbyes, a film based on the Virginia Tech massacre of April 16, 2007, and Chapters, an independent film based on the book by Johnathan Andrews.
Laura was born and raised in Southern Virginia, she developed a passion for performing as a young child. In a number of interviews she's referred to her childhood as "magical" and credits it with giving her the courage to pursue her dream of acting. Laura made her acting debut at two and a half, and has had the acting bug ever since. Laura was also home schooled growing up, which afforded her the freedom to study the Arts from a young age.
Laura has always strived to have a voice, and to use that voice for change... She said in an interview done by Compassion with Fashion in March 2012 that it was important to her to do whatever she could to help young women feel that "people are behind then, supporting them, encouraging them and believing in their dreams with them."