Laura Marano

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Laura Marano
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Marano in 2013
Born
Laura Marie Marano

(1995-11-29) November 29, 1995 (age 25)
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active2003–present
RelativesVanessa Marano (sister)
Musical career
GenresPop
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • piano
Labels
Websitelauramarano.com

Laura Marie Marano[1] (born November 29, 1995)[2] is an American actress and singer. She starred in the Disney Channel series Austin & Ally[3][4] as Ally Dawson. Marano was one of the five original classmates in Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?. She starred in Without a Trace for three seasons and also Back to You, in both instances playing the daughter of the main characters. Marano starred in the indie film A Sort of Homecoming.[5] Marano also starred in the 2015 Disney Channel Original Movie Bad Hair Day.[6] In 2019 Marano starred in the Netflix original movie The Perfect Date.

In 2015, she signed with Big Machine Records and released her debut single "Boombox" on March 11, 2016 and "La La" later that year. On October 5, 2018, Laura Marano released the single "Me" as an independent artist.

Early life[edit]

Marano was born in Los Angeles, California. She is the daughter of college professor Damiano Marano and former actress Ellen Marano, who owns the Agoura Children's Theatre.[7][8] Her father is of Italian descent.[9] Marano was first introduced to acting at her mother's theatre. At age five, Marano began expressing interest in acting professionally to her parents along with her older sister Vanessa, who is also an actress. However, her mother had trepidation about the idea of her daughters working in the tough industry of acting. She took them to one of the strictest talent agents in Abrams Talent Agency in hopes that they would be rejected and then lose interest. To her surprise, the agency wanted both Laura and Vanessa.[10] From there, Marano began her career.

Marano attended traditional school while she worked, even when she booked a full-time job on Austin & Ally, instead of doing school on set. "I go to an actual high school and my friends and everybody there have been so supportive," said Marano. "It's nice when I'm not working to go to that school and be surrounded by really supportive friends."[11] In 2015 Marano enrolled at the University of Southern California majoring in Philosophy, Politics and Law.[12]

Career[edit]

2003–2010: Without a Trace and Back to You[edit]

Marano's first acting role was when she was five years old.[13] Since then, she worked for multiple productions at the Stage Door Theater. She has appeared in numerous commercials and had small roles on Ghost Whisperer, Medical Investigation, Huff and Joan of Arcadia. Her bigger roles in television have been in Without a Trace and other shows. She played the child role of Keira Knightley's character in the film The Jacket and had a small flashback role in the film Superbad. She was a regular cast member on the Fox game show, Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? and played the role of Gracie Carr on FOX's sitcom Back to You. Marano has since appeared in several episodes of The Sarah Silverman Program. Initially she was cast in the pilot episode, "Batteries", as the child version of Sarah Silverman, and the writers liked her so much they brought her back for a larger role as a girl Sarah coaches to win a beauty pageant ("Not Without My Daughter"). On the DVD commentary track, co-star Brian Posehn notes that Marano knew everyone else's lines better than they did. She also appeared in Dexter as the child version of Debra Morgan. She also played the child version of a character played by Diana Scarwid, Alice Shaw, sister of Angela Petrelli, on Heroes.

2011–2016: Austin & Ally and radio[edit]

In 2011, Marano starred as Ally Dawson on the Disney Channel series Austin & Ally.[14][15] In 2013, Marano recorded four solo songs and one duet with Ross Lynch for the soundtrack album Austin & Ally: Turn It Up.[16] "Me and You" debuted within the U.S. Billboard Kid Digital Songs chart at number thirteen before rising to the sixth spot, spending eleven weeks on the chart.[17] "Redial" debuted at number nineteen before peaking at number eighteen, spending four weeks on the chart.[17] Also in 2013, Marano recorded a duet with her Austin & Ally co-star Ross Lynch entitled "I Love Christmas" for Disney Channel's third holiday compilation album, Holidays Unwrapped.[18] On November 25, 2013, the song was released as a promotional single.[18] On December 14, "I Love Christmas" debuted within the U.S. Billboard Holiday Digital Songs chart peaking at number fifty.[19] Marano sings, dances, and writes songs. She hopes to perform in stage musicals in the future.[20][21]

In 2014, Marano voiced as Rachel in four episodes of Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja. She also appeared as Hammu in Fish Hooks and as Fangs in Liv and Maddie. Also in 2014, she appeared in a music video produced for British pop-rock group The Vamps and American singer Demi Lovato called "Somebody to You".[22] In March 2015, Marano stated that she had signed a record deal with Universal's Big Machine Records.[23] In the same year, Marano starred in Disney Channel's Original Movie, Bad Hair Day. The film was first released on February 6, 2015 on Disney Channel and had its premiere broadcast in the US on February 13.[24][25] She also starring as the young version of Amy in A Sort of Homecoming, which tells the story of a girl who returns to her home town in Louisiana from her career in New York City upon request of her high school debate coach. In flashbacks, she recalls her senior year, the politics surrounding debate competitions.[26] On January 10, 2016, Austin and Ally ended after four seasons.[27]

On January 13, 2016, Marano debuted her own radio talk show on Radio Disney entitled For the Record with Laura Marano. The weekly one-hour show chronicles Marano's journey as she launches her music career, featuring interviews with a guest star in each episode. The show also provides listeners tips on how one can pursue a career in music.[28] The show has featured various guest stars including Nick Jonas, Ariana Grande, Meghan Trainor, OneRepublic, and Troye Sivan. The first episode of the show, which aired January 12, 2016, guest starred her co-stars of Austin & Ally.

2016–present: Films and music[edit]

On March 11, 2016, Marano released her debut single called "Boombox". The music video for the single released on April 4, 2016 and accumulated over 6 million views in a week. The video currently holds over 50 million views. It guest stars actor and comedian Ken Jeong, along with his daughter Zooey, and was directed by Cole Walliser. On April 30, 2016, Marano performed the single at the 2016 Radio Disney Music Awards, which aired on Disney Channel on May 1. Marano also performed the song on Today as Elvis Duran's Artist of the Month on May 31, 2016. Marano released her second single, "La La", on August 25, 2016.[29] At the end of 2016, Big Machine Records made the decision to drop all of their pop artists, except for Taylor Swift.[30] On May 18, 2017, it was announced that Marano had signed to Warner Bros. Records in 2017.[31] In 2018, they parted ways, because the people who had signed her left Warner Bros.[32]

On October 1, 2018, Marano announced in a Q&A video posted on her YouTube channel that she would be releasing new music as an independent artist. She named her own label Flip Phone Records, as Marano is known for not owning a smartphone and still using a flip phone.[33] On October 5, 2018, she released the single "Me" .[34] In January 2019, she released the single "Let Me Cry" along with its music video. In February 2019, Marano performed at the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles and released the single "F.E.O.U.". On March 8, 2019, she released her debut EP, Me, featuring two unheard tracks and a new remix to "F.E.O.U.".[35]

On April 12, 2019, Marano released "A Little Closer", as part of the soundtrack of the Netflix original movie "The Perfect Date", which also sees Marano playing the role of Celia. In June 2019, the Lie To Me music video came out, followed by the F.E.O.U. music video in October of the same year. On November 22, 2019, Marano released both "Me and the Mistletoe" featuring Kurt Hugo Schneider, her first original Christmas single, and the soundtrack of "A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish", which sees Marano starring in the movie along with Gregg Sulkin.

On April 10, 2020, Marano made her comeback with the brand new single "When You Wake Up", followed by "Can't Hold On Forever" in May of the same year. In June 2020, Marano released the remixes to these past two singles, respectively featuring Mark Diamond and PLTO. In August 2020, the singer released a new single, titled "Honest With You", and during the same month, it was announced that her sophomore EP, titled You, would be coming out in fall of the same year, aiming for an October release. On September 18, 2020 the singer released a fourth single, "Can't Help Myself", along with the announcement of the release date of the EP, "YOU".[36][37] On September 21, the singer announced her first virtual tour, The YOU Tour, which would take place during the month of October, with four unique live-stream shows every week, from October 3 to 24, with each concert being unique and with a different formulation.[38]

Philanthropy[edit]

In August 2013, Marano was named the 2013 UNICEF's Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Ambassador, which encouraged children to raise money on Halloween to help children around the world. About the campaign, Laura said "I'm so excited to celebrate Halloween this year by encouraging kids to support UNICEF's lifesaving work. The Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF campaign is a fun, easy way for kids to learn about world issues and to help other kids who are less fortunate."[39] In August 2014, Marano was ambassador for the Disney and Birds Eye Vegetables campaign 'Step up to the plate'.[40] The campaign's goal is to encourage children in the United States to explore healthy foods such as vegetables. In April 2019, Laura Marano hosted a fashion show for Childhelp during National Child Abuse Prevention Month.[41] The campaign raised money to help abused and neglected children.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Finding Nemo Additional voices [42][43]
2005 The Jacket Young Jackie
2006 Ice Age: The Meltdown Additional voices
2007 Superbad Young Becca
2015 A Sort of Homecoming Young Amy
2015 Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip Hotel Babysitter
2017 Lady Bird Diana Greenway
2019 The Perfect Date Celia Lieberman Direct-to-video film
2019 Saving Zoë Echo
2019 A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish Kat Decker Direct-to-video film
2020 The Night House Relative
2020 The War with Grandpa Mia Decker
TBA The Royal Treatment Isabelle Filming[44]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003–2006 Without a Trace Kate Malone Recurring role (seasons 2–4)
2004 Joan of Arcadia Emily Episode: "Night Without Stars"
2005 Medical Investigation Brooke Beck Episode: "Tribe"
2005–2006 The X's Scout Y Main voice role
2006 Ghost Whisperer Audrey Episode: "Friendly Neighborhood Ghost"
2006 Huff Amelia Episode: "Black Shadows"
2006 Dexter Young Debra Episodes: "Let's Give the Boy a Hand", "Father Knows Best"
2007 Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? Herself Judge/Mentor (season 1)
2007–2008 Back to You Gracie Carr Main role
2007–2010 The Sarah Silverman Program Heather Silverman / Young Sarah Silverman Recurring role
2008 Ni Hao, Kai-Lan Mei Mei Voice role; episode: "Kai-Lan's Trip to China"
2008 Gary Unmarried Louise Brooks Episodes: "Pilot", "Gary Gets Boundaries"
2009 Heroes Young Alice Shaw Episode: "1961"
2009 Little Monk Cousin Lauren Episode: "Little Monk and the Monk Cousin"
2010 True Jackson, VP Molly Episode: "Little Buddies"
2010 FlashForward Young Tracy Episode: "Blowback"
2010 Childrens Hospital Haley Episode: "Frankfurthers, Allman Brothers, Death, Frankfurters"
2011–2016 Austin & Ally Ally Dawson Main role
2014 Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja Rachel Recurring voice role (season 2)
2014 Fish Hooks Girl Hamster #2 Voice role; episode: "Algae Day"
2014 Liv and Maddie Fangs Special guest star; episode: "Howl-A-Rooney"
2015 Bad Hair Day Monica Reeves Television film[45]
2015 Pickle and Peanut Veronica Voice role; episodes: "Gory Agnes", "Haunted Couch"
2015 Girl Meets World Ally Dawson Special guest star; episode: "Girl Meets World of Terror 2"
2016 Mère et Fille, California Dream Herself Television film[46]
2018 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir Clara Nightingale Voice role; episode: "Frightningale"
2019 Super Simple Love Story Nellie Unsold television pilot (CBS)
2020 Day by Day Ellie Voice role; episode: "Ghost Light"
2020 Robot Chicken Evie, Linda, Titanic Waitress Voice role; episode: "Sundancer Craig in: 30% of the Way to Crying"

Radio[edit]

Discography[edit]

Soundtrack albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Details Peak
chart
positions
US
[48]
US
OST

[48]
Austin & Ally:
Turn It Up
89 6
Austin & Ally:
Take It from the Top
  • Released: March 31, 2015 [49]
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Label: Walt Disney
23
A Cinderella Story:
Christmas Wish
  • Released: November 22, 2019
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Label: WaterTower Music
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

EPs[edit]

List of extended plays
Title Details
Me
  • Released: March 8, 2019
  • Label: Flip Phone Records
  • Format: Digital download, streaming
You
  • Released: October 2, 2020
  • Label: Flip Phone Records
  • Format: Digital download, streaming

Singles[edit]

As main artist[edit]

Title Year Album
"Boombox"[50] 2016 Non-album singles
"La La"[51]
"Me"[52] 2018 Me
"Let Me Cry"[53] 2019
"F.E.O.U."[54]
"Not Like Me"[55]
"A Little Closer[56] Non-album single
"Lie to Me"[57] Me
"Everybody Loves Christmas" A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish
"Me and the Mistletoe"
(featuring Kurt Hugo Schneider)[58]
Non-album single
"When You Wake Up" 2020 You
"Can't Hold On Forever"
"Honest With You"
"Can't Help Myself" [59]
"Something To Believe In"[60] 2021

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Album
"Weekend"[61]
(BoTalks featuring Laura Marano)
2018 Non-album single

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart
positions
Album
"Words"[62] 2010 Non-album single
"I Love Christmas"
(with Ross Lynch)
2013 50[63] Holidays Unwrapped
"Perfect Christmas"
(with Ross Lynch)
2015 Non-album single

Other charted songs[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart
positions
Album
"Me and You" 2013 6[64] Austin & Ally: Turn It Up
"Parachute" 6[65]
"Redial" 18[66]
"You Can Come To Me"
(with Ross Lynch)
2014 12[67] Disney Channel Play It Loud
"The Me That You Don't You See" 18[68]
"Austin & Ally Glee Club Mash Up"
(with Ross Lynch, Raini Rodriguez, Calum Worthy)
10[69]

Other appearances[edit]

Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"Shine" 2012 N/A Disney Fairies: Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust
"The Me That You Don't See" 2014 Disney Channel: Play It Loud
"Austin & Ally Glee Club Mash Up" Ross Lynch, Calum Worthy, Raini Rodriguez
"You Can Come to Me" Ross Lynch

Music videos[edit]

Title Year Director(s) Ref.
"Words" 2010 Waldman Entertainment [70]
"The Me That You Don't See" 2013 Un­known [71]
"For The Ride" 2015 [72]
"Boombox" 2016 Cole Walliser [73][74]
"Miraculous (Theme Song)" [75][76]
"Me" 2018 [77]
"Let Me Cry" 2019 Noah Kentis [78]
"Lie to Me" Cole Walliser [79]
"F.E.O.U." Izac Rappaport [80]
" Me and the Mistletoe" Paul Khoury & Wesley Quinn [81]
"Can't Hold On Forever (Live At Home Performance)" 2020 Laura Marano & Housecat Sessions [82]
"Something To Believe In" 2021 Izak Rappaport [83]
"Honest With You (Remix)" Cole Walliser [84]

Guest appearances[edit]

Title Year Artist(s) Director(s) Ref.
"Heard It on the Radio" 2012 Ross Lynch Matt Stawski [85]
"Somebody to You" 2014 The Vamps and Demi Lovato Emil Nava [86]
"Freya vs. Ravenna" 2016 Princess Rap Battle Whitney Avalon [87]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2014 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Comedy Austin & Ally Nominated [88]
2015 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite TV Actress Austin & Ally Won [89]
Remi Awards Rising Actress A Sort of Homecoming Won [26]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female Austin & Ally Nominated [90]
Choice TV: Chemistry (with Ross Lynch) Austin & Ally Nominated [90]
2016 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Female TV Star Austin & Ally Nominated [91]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Comedy Austin & Ally Nominated
Streamy Awards Original Song Boombox Nominated
2017 Detroit Film Critics Society Miglior Ensemble The cast of Lady Bird Nominated [92]
San Diego Film Critics Society Best Cast The cast of Lady Bird Nominated [93]
[94]
Seattle Film Critics Society Best Ensemble The cast of Lady Bird Nominated [95]
Florida Film Critics Circle Best Cast The cast of Lady Bird Nominated [96]
[97]
Online Film Critics Society Best Ensemble The cast of Lady Bird Nominated [98]
2018 Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Acting Ensemble The cast of Lady Bird Nominated [99]
Georgia Film Critics Association Best Ensemble The cast of Lady Bird Nominated [100]
2019 Teen Choice Awards Choice Comedy Movie Actress The Perfect Date Won [101]
Choice Movie Ship (with Noah Centineo) The Perfect Date Nominated [101]

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