Laura Cosoi

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Laura Ana Cosoi
Born (1982-01-02) 2 January 1982 (age 35)
Iași, Romania
Other names Ana
Height 5 ft 7.2 in (1.71 m)

Laura Ana Cosoi (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈla.ura ˈana koˈsoj]; born 2 January 1982) is a Romanian actress and model. Cosoi started her acting career playing the role of "Adina" in the television series La Bloc on Pro TV. Her role was that of a simple-minded and naive blonde girl.

Partial filmography[edit]

  • What means Montley (2006) as Gabriella
  • Un Film Simplu (2008) as Mia Zilberstein
  • HO HO HO (2009) as canto teacher
  • The Godmother (2010) as Manase's wife
  • Cel Ales (2013) as Nora
  • Cheia (2013) as Laura


  • La Bloc (Serial TV) (2005–2007) as Adina
  • Fete cu lipici (Serial TV) (2005) as Adina
  • Cu un pas inainte (Serial TV) (2007–2008) as Mara Soare
  • Aniela (2009–2010) as Tanti
  • Mostenirea (2010–2011) as Grazia
  • Pariu cu viața (2012-2013) as Mihaela


  • Portret la minut (2011, 2012) as Marcela
  • Hamle (2013) as Rose
  • Decat Arta (2013)

Television shows[edit]

  • Un vis de femeie (2012)
  • Celebrity MasterChef (2013)


  • Keo (Azi vii, maine pleci) (2006)
  • Smiley (În lipsa mea) (2007)
  • Smiley ("Designed to Love You") (2009)
  • Hurts ("Better Than Love") (2009)
  • Hurts ("Sunday") (2010)
  • Grimus (2013) song HIGH

Second Dance World Championship[edit]

In May 2010, Cosoi participated in the Mexican Reality Show Dancing For A Dream: Second Dance World Championship representing Romania alongside Bogdan Boantá. The couple occupied the sixth place. Due to South Africa's withdrawal in week 6, there was a special dance-off between Romania and Colombia (previously eliminated couples) to decide which team would return to the competition. The judges voted for the couple which deserved to return to the competition: Romania succeeded in the dance-off but later were eliminated in week 8.


Team Place 1 2 35 4 56 67 7 8
Laura & Bogdan
Red numbers indicate the lowest score for each week.
Green numbers indicate the highest score for each week.
     indicates the couple eliminated that week.
     indicates the bottom-two couples, who were in the Dance-Off for next week.
     indicates the returning couple that was in the Dance-Off, but was not eliminated that week.
     indicates the returning couple that was in the Dance-Off and was not eliminated that week, but was in the bottom two and in the Dance-Off for next week.

Performed Dances[edit]

Country Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Laura & Bogdan Contemporary Disco Merengue Tango Salsa Under the Rain Cumbia Jive9
Dance-Off to return to the competition
Hip-Hop Samba9 On the Sand Salsa en Línea Quickstep Reggaeton9
     Highest scoring dance
     Lowest scoring dance


Individual judges scores in the chart below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Wilmark Rizo, Rossana Lignarolo, Jonaid Carrera, Rafael Amargo, Hugo Gómez, Latin Lover, Stuart Bishop, Carolina Vigil, Nick Kosovich and Bérénice Bel.

The bold and italic numbers represent the highest and the lowest scores, which was cancelled from the final score.

Country Team Score Style Music
Romania Laura & Bogdan 64 (9,4,9,7,7,8,8,8,8,9) Contemporary "I Don't Believe You" - Pink
47 (7,4,6,5,7,7,X,5,6,7) Disco "Shady Lady" - Ani Lorak
62 (9,6,8,9,7,8,8,7,7,8) Tango "Tango De Los Exiliados" - Vanessa Mae
45 (6,4,6,5,6,X,5,5,6,6) Merengue "Que Baile Así" - Leidy Bonilla
45 (X,4,5,6,6,7,4,5,6,6) Under the rain "Love's Divine" - Seal
51 (7,6,7,5,7,8,3,6,7,6) Salsa "Soy El Rey" - Sonora Carruseles
52 (8,7,7,7,7,7,5,5,7,X) Cumbia "La Colegiala" - Caló & Margarita
55 (8,7,8,7,7,8,5,6,6,6) Jive "Girlfriend" - Avril Lavigne
43 (/,6,6,7,7,7,5,5,6,6) Hop-Hop "Get Your Freak On" - Missy Elliott
43 (/,8,5,7,7,7,4,5,6,6) On the Sand "Kibori" - Mahala Rai Banda
49 (/,8,8,8,7,8,5,6,6,6) Samba "A Gustito" - Ketama
38 (/,6,5,5,X,6,6,5,5,5) Salsa en Línea "Salsa Dura" - La Excelencia
45 (/,8,?,9,7,8,6,7,7,8) Quickstep "Hey Pachuco" - Royal Crown Revue
50+2=52 (/,7,8,8,7,8,5,6,7,7) Reggaeton "Back It Up" - Sean Paul


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