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Laura Greenwood

Laura Greenwood landed her first major acting role aged twelve in Terry Gilliam’s “The Brothers Grimm” opposite Matt Damon and Heath Ledger. She was then spotted by Casting Director Doreen Jones for the lead role of Penny Phillips in Prime Suspect: The Final Act opposite Helen Mirren. Critics from the Los Angeles Times and New York Daily News described her performance as “Thoroughly impressive.” and “Phenomenal.”

Since then, Laura has enjoyed a diverse career working on film and tv productions with the BBC, Universal, Miramax, ITV, Sky Atlantic, and Warner Brothers, as well many independent filmmakers. Her stage work includes Zonal (The Lyric Theatre), Creaks & Moans (Riverside Studios) with The Young Blood Theatre Company and playing Julie in Miss Julie (The Etcetera Theatre) with the Buckland Theatre Company.

Laura’s voiceover work includes commercials, animation, and corporate explainers with household names like Cancer Research UK, BBC Radio 4, PwC, Wunderman Thompson, and NFTS.

Most recently Laura’s comedy pilot script placed in the top 3% in the UK TV new comedy writing competition.


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Broadway World

"Laura Greenwood convinces as the temptress, her hair always threatening to tumble free, her buttoned-up dress not quite covering her soon to be sullied skin. Her reaction to the adult world's demands barging into her child-like fantasies is horrible to behold - Greenwood also provokes sympathy for her character's plight. As in so much in real life, nobody is wholly to blame for what happens, but nobody is without guilt either."

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London Theatre 1

"Turning to Laura Greenwood as Miss Julie and wow what a performance. Turning from the spoiled autocratic daughter of the lord in the first half to the desperate, panic-stricken child of the second was a wonderful piece of acting by Laura that had me on the edge of my seat seeing where Miss Julie was going to go."

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"Laura Greenwood carries the movie all the way through."

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"Mirren’s star power and the other solid performances — most notably by young Laura Greenwood as Penny — add texture."

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The Daily Mail

"I feel certain Ms Greenwood - who already is clearly an exceptional talent - will have a similarly brilliant career."

New York Daily News

"The scenes she shares with Mirren are nothing short of phenomenal"

The Los Angeles Times

"Thoroughly impressive."


My Start

Laura came to acting quite by chance.

After a diagnosis of dyslexia early on in primary school her family encouraged her to join the Saturday drama club“Young Blood Theatre Company” at the Riverside Studios. Young Blood was where she first experienced the thrill of what acting really meant.

Unlike other drama groups for young people who did countless versions of Oliver and Bugsy Malone, Young Blood dealt with arson, homelessness and deep gritty feelings. It was also a really fun place -exploring different stories and ideas through devising and games.

Other Young Blood Alumni include Toby Regbo, Bel Powley, Ophelia Lovibond, Imogen Poots and Lenora Crichlow.

It was through Young Blood that Laura met her agent Andrew Braidford (founder of the Young Blood Theatre Company) and was invited to join his agency, BWH. Laura has remained with Andrew at BWH ever since.