Lauren Storm

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Lauren Storm
Born Lauren Marlene Storm
(1987-01-02) January 2, 1987 (age 27)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present

Lauren Marlene Storm[1] (born January 2, 1987) is an American actress. She is perhaps best known for her role as Taylor Hagan in the television series Flight 29 Down and as Teresa Kilmer in the 2009 film I Love You, Beth Cooper.

Early life[edit]

Storm was born in Chicago, Illinois, near a village located in Cook County. Her father, Dave, is a dentist, and her mother, Barb, a magazine editor. Storm's father is of German background and her mother is Jewish, and Storm was raised in the Jewish religion.[1] Storm started modeling at the age of nine. At age twelve, she participated in a talent competition, which was held in New York City for aspiring models and actors. She received response from many theatrical agencies and was asked to relocate to Los Angeles for pilot season. She stayed in the city for six months and got first major acting job, a number of other roles came after and she stayed permanently, eventually residing in Burbank.[2]

Career[edit]

Storm made her major acting debut in a two episode stint on the television drama, Boston Public. Her other television credits include, Malcolm in the Middle, 24, Joan of Arcadia, CSI: Miami, Still Standing, 7th Heaven and Drop Dead Diva.[3]

From 2005 to 2007, she co-starred in Discovery Kids serial drama, Flight 29 Down as Taylor Hagan.[3]

She also co-starred in the films The Game Plan, Mrs. Harris, I Love You, Beth Cooper opposite Hayden Panettiere and the Thomas Dekker-directed film, Whore opposite Megan Fox.[3]

Other interests[edit]

Storm has done charity work throughout the years. She has supported Kids with a Cause, the Olive Crest Foundation, the Jonathan Jaques Cancer Walk, Ronald McDonald House Charities, The LA Mission, Project Angelfood, Make a Wish Foundation and St. Jude Children's Hospital.[4]

Storm currently serves as a StarPower Ambassador for the Starlight Children's Foundation, encouraging other young people to commit their time to help other children and working with Starlight to brighten the lives of seriously ill children.[5]

Storm is also a painter, since 2006 she done a number art pieces that can viewed on laurenstormart.com, a website dedicated specifically for her art.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2004 Gamebox 1.0 Waitress Pamela
2007 Game Plan, TheThe Game Plan Nanny Cindy
2007 Resurrection Mary Erica
2008 Together Again for the First Time Chinelle Frobisher Direct-to-video film
2008 Whore Lauren
2008 Jerk Theory, TheThe Jerk Theory Amy
2009 I Love You, Beth Cooper Teresa "Treece" Kilmer
2009 Inner Circle, TheThe Inner Circle Rachel Dugan
2011 The Roommate Maria's Girlfriend
2011 Munger Road Rachael Donahue
2011 M.U.D Suzzie Morgan
2014 My Eleventh

Television[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Boston Public Donna Stuart Episodes: "Chapter Twenty-One", "Chapter Eighteen"
2002 Malcolm in the Middle Laurie Episode: "Company Picnic" (Parts 1 & 2)
2003 24 Jenna Episode: "Day 3: 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m." & "Day 3: 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m."
2004 Fillmore! Gladys/Alexis Episode: "Code Name: Electric Haircut"
2004 Joan of Arcadia Lori Episode: "No Bad Guy"
2004 CSI: Miami Cameron Episode: "Lost Son"
2004–2006 Still Standing Kaitlin Episodes: "Still Shallow" & "Still Saying I Love You"
2004 7th Heaven Christina Davies Episode: "Why Not Me?"
2005 Mrs. Harris Favorite Madeira Student TV film
2005–2007 Flight 29 Down Taylor Hagan Series regular
2007 Judy's Got a Gun Brooke TV film
2009 Drop Dead Diva Jenny Hanson Episode: "The Dress"

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