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Laura Marcus

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David Lazenby

Laura Marcus

Rising star Laura joins THE SERPENT QUEEN (Starz) as a new series regular and takes one of the leads in her first feature film, THE GREAT ESCAPER (Pathé / Ecosse) joining Glenda Jackson and Michael Caine. 

Having recently wrapped on Series 2 of THE DEVILS HOUR (Amazon) Laura also played the breakout role of Jinx in BBC's reboot of BAD EDUCATION, and followed this with MISS SCARLETT AND THE DUKE for PBS. 

Making her professional screen debut in the 25th Anniversary special of SILENT WITNESS (BBC), Laura went onto film the Mammoth / ITV / PBS adaptation of TOM JONES with Hannah Waddingham and Solly McLeod. 

A recent graduate of Central School of Speech and Drama, Laura was awarded at The BFI Future Film Festival for her short film The Massive F*cking Bender with The Evening Standard placing her as 'one to watch'. 

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Laura Marcus

Television

Title Role Production Director
BAD EDUCATION Jinx (Series Reg) Tiger Aspect /BBC Freddy Sybourn
TOM JONES Susan Mammoth Screen Georgia Parris
SILENT WITNESS (SERIES 25) Mia Clarke BBC Studios Tracey Larcombe
V-PLATES (LAUGH LESSONS) The Girl Channel X / BBC THREE Laura Marcus
COMMUNITY ROADMAN (LAUGH LESSONS) Girl in the Street Channel X / BBC THREE Daniel Audritt

Film

Title Role Production Director
THE GREAT ESCAPER Young Irene Pathé Oliver Parker
PULL Este NFTS Dan Daniels
THE MASSIVE F*CKING BENDER The Girl The Indoors Project / BFI Future Film Festival 202 Laura Marcus

Animation

Title Role Production Director
GIRLS' NIGHT Flower BBC Festival of Funny / Indoors Project Ismay Bickerton

Stage

Title Role Production Director
METRONOMY EU TOUR Performer LYNKS Elliot Brett, Laura Marcus, Kate Crisp, Ella Margo
FRANK CARTER & THE RATTLESNAKES UK TOUR Performer LYNKS Elliot Brett, Laura Marcus, Kate Crisp, Ella Margo
Winner of the Best Writer award at the BFI Future FIlm Festival 2021 for "The Massive F*cking Bender"

'Evening Standard' Article spotlighting Laura Marcus as one to watch: https://www.standard.co.uk/culture/film/bfi-future-film-festival-winners-emmanuel-li-laura-marcus-b920727.html