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Lauran September just wrapped a Pilot for CBS.  She plays Ann, the sister to Ryan Phillippe's character Mark Escher in ALIVE.  You can catch her in an episode of  I think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson out now on Netflix and CW's 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; opposite Tara Lynn Barr on Hulu's critically acclaimed series 'Casual' directed by Gillian Robespierre & Hannah Fidell

Other past credits include; Emma Thatcher on NCIS, Natasha on NBC's Chicago Fire, Sabrina on ABC's The Muppets (opposite Jason Bateman and Kermit the Frog) and Emily on Showtime's Masters of Sex (opposite Michael Sheen).


Lauran has an extensive background in improvisation and sketch comedy from The Second City Conservatory and iO Chicago. 


She is also in post production on 'The Third' a short film produced by and starring Lauran.  Hear her voice work on 'Adam Ruins Everything' as well as, the Ben Davis directed short 'Voicemail'

Born and raised in Kentucky, 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.

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McGuffin Management 

Theatrical Agent 

The House of Representatives

David Laffey

424 268 2133 



Denny Sevier

310 451 2345

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