5' 3" (1.6 m)
Laura Jill Ramsey was born in Brandon, Wisconsin. After arriving in LA at the age of 19 and a stint of gypsy living, Laura was "discovered" while waiting tables and was sent out the next day on her first audition. She booked the job and her career has been dotted by strong and consistent work, ever since. Also, taking time off in-between roles to indulge her other creative outlets has helped define Laura's career as she believes being well-rounded is paramount to being able to deliver a strong performance. Laura currently resides in Los Angeles, CA, yet can be found exploring the furthest reaches of the globe from time to time.
Highlights of Laura's career include, but are not limited to, Lords of Dogtown (2005), She's the Man (2006), The Ruins (2008), Mad Men (2007) and Somewhere (2010). Laura has recently wrapped a few very exciting projects, including the Luke Evans' vehicle, No One Lives (2012) (due out in Spring 2012) and Cynthia Mort's Radical.
Graduated from Laconia High School in Rosendale, Wisconsin in 2001.
Discovered by a talent agent, while working as a waitress on Sunset Boulevard in December 2002, where she was cast in the reality documentary, The Real Cancun (2003).
Statistically, Portland, Oregon has the most street kids, like kids that run away from home and live on the street. It's like a whole culture thing there. If you walk around on the streets, there are kids living on the streets, begging for money, but it's almost like a cool thing. They all just sit around and play music and squat.
When you go in and guest-star on a TV show, they already have their family - everybody pretty much knows everybody, and everyone sort of has that base already formed.
I've always gone for the more sensitive, bookish guy, totally. The jock boys, the sporty guys, I don't know... they just didn't do it for me.
I personally don't even try to compare New York and L.A. To me, they are just way too different.
The Internet is so big that no one can control anything, really.