Lauran is a passionate storyteller and professional actor based out of Los Angeles.
This March you can catch Lauran in her professional musical theatre debut! 'THE MOUNTAIN DIGBY' opens March 13th at the Hudson Theatre, for more info and tickets click this link!
"Come on Down!!" Lauran was a contestant for the PRICE IS RIGHT November 1st, 2019. She ended up winning the showcase showdown and a new speed boat!
She just filmed the lead role of Anna, in a short film "cycle" by the students of the American Film Institute's MFA program. Lauran was also cast in the 'The Occupant' for DUST films with distribution by Gunpowder & Sky, and was the producer and star of 'The Three Who Knew' a short film shot on the banks of the puget sound north of Seattle.
Lauran shot a pilot for CBS last spring in San Francisco. She played Ann, the sister to Ryan Phillippe's character, Mark Escher.'ALIVE' was created by Jason Tracey (Elementary) and directed by award winning cinematographer of 'The Wire', Uta Briesewitz.
September was a part of Netflix's breakout sketch series 'I think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson'.She reunited with her 'Masters of Sex director Matt-Earl Beesly on his CW series reboot of the iconic show, Dynasty.
You can stream her recurring role(s) of Angie; opposite Amy Adams on the HBO limited series 'Sharp Objects' directed by Jean-Marc Vallee, as well as, Chef Amy on Hulu's critically acclaimed series 'Casual' directed by Gillian Robespierre & Hannah Fidell.
Other past credits include: Emma Thatcher, a big tech CEO on the season 16 opener for the world's most watched television series, NCIS. A quirky Russian love interest on NBC's Chicago Fire, opposite Yuri Sardarov. A fully present meditation teacher to Kermit the Frog and Jason Bateman on ABC's The Muppets.
Lauran's first television appearance was opposite Michchael Sheen on Showtime's Masters of Sex, directed by Matt-Earl Beesly
Ms.September is always evolving and honing her craft as an actor. She has an extensive background in improvisation and sketch comedy from The Second City Conservatory and iO Chicago. Lauran also spent years studying comedy scene study with Lesly Kahn. Currently, she is exploring Gene Frankle’s method at RAW acting studio under the guidance of Guy Camilleri, Lucas Hedges private acting coach. Lauran has a BA from the University of Kentucky and spent time studying and performing theatre and improvisation in Chicago before moving to Los Angeles.
You can hear her voice work on 'Adam Ruins Everything' as well as, the Ben Davis directed short 'Voicemail'.
Born and raised by a badass single mother and accomplished musician in Kentucky who named her after the Earth Wind and Fire song "September", Lauran chose to professionally go by her first and middle name, to honor the creativity of her mother, Trese.
She is an active volunteer in her community and in 2019 volunteered over 80 hours for the Motion Picture Television Fund's 'Daily Call Sheet' Program. The program partners senior citizens in the entertainment industry with others to help combat loneliness and isolation. She also volunteers her performing talents to The Young Storytellers, a program that mentors low income students and helps strenghthen their voices by developing their own stories. She does a killer T-Rex impression.
Lauran is a huge cinephile and enjoys spending time with her family in Hollywood. Her only social media account is Twitter... and she doesn't care if you think its weird. She's an original.
You can view some of her work on Vimeo HERE!