Laura Orrico is an up and coming actress in television and film. She is originally from Chicago, and is a Columbia College Graduate. It's been her lifelong goal to be on Saturday Night Live, so after college she did what any SNL hopeful would do, and started modeling. Ok, skip that part, she trained and performed at The Second City Chicago, an experience Laura says she’ll always cherish, and credits her many successes to.

Since moving to Los Angeles to continue pursuing her acting career, Laura has appeared in a variety of TV shows and Films. You may recognize her from Frank Caliendo’s hit show ‘Frank TV” on TBS in which she appeared in several hilarious sketches during the shows final season to CBS’ CSI:Miami in which she played the iniquitous Mia Graham. Her range and versatility are like no other. She is an accomplished comedic: impressionist (known for doing celebrities, and political figures on both sides of the aisle), a writer and has created endless original comedic characters.

In addition to guest star roles, you may have seen Laura on the Improv stages of LA and Chicago, and in several internet comedy sketches that have gone viral! A big viral hit was David Zucker’s ‘Call Me Senator’ in which she was aged 40 years to play the lead role. Her recent impression, a fully improvised sketch of Sandra Bernhard was featured on the front page of Will Ferrell’s Funny or Die, and is still going strong! You can hear Laura on, ‘The Big Show with John Boy and Billy in June, a nationally syndicated radio show, and last Fall she appeared on the late night news and comedy show, ‘Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld’ . You can hear her on 'Koz Effect' where each week she plays a different expert on the show. You can also hear her on 'Grand Theft Audio' where she often appears as a guest. Both shows can be found at www.radiotitans.com.

Laura spends her free time raising awareness about brain tumors, a cause near and dear to her as she has had several family members and friends diagnosed with brain tumors. She raises money for the research of Dr. Keith Black, world renowned neurosurgeon at Cedars Sinai.