It is her artistry and dedication to performance have taken Lauren LoGiudice from the five boroughs to the Bay Area to Bombay—and from film to theater to TV to print media. The breadth and depth of her work are testament to a tenacity in maintaining a presence in all of these worlds.
A graduate of Wesleyan University, Lauren briefly taught high school in Oakland, California before winning a fellowship through the America India Foundation to study classical Indian performance. Her successes abroad led her to study acting at several of the most prestigious schools in her hometown of New York City, including Michael Howard Studios and The Actor’s Center, as well as through T. Schreiber Studios’sconservatory. Her continued studies include body dynamics training and vocal production with Lynn Singer.
Quietly confident yet high?energy, instinctual yet deliberate, sweet yet sarcastic?these attributes have earned Lauren roles that span All My Children and experimental theater. One of her most memorable roles was personifying German philosopher Hannah Arendt at the Medicine Show Theater.Lauren has starred in several shorts and recently co?starred in “Flick’s Chicks,” a feature film releasing in summer 2009. Last year, Lauren branched out to producing with the short film “Bridal Party,” in which she starred, and that recently premiered at NY’s Gotham Screen Film Festival. She also wrote and produced her own solo show entitled, Queens Girl, which has toured worldwide to acclaim.