" She went on to take acting classes and book other TV guest star roles, such as Disney movies of the week "Mom's Got A Date With A Vampire" and "Alley Cats Strike." At nineteen, while attending York University under the concentration of Psychology and English, Laura landed the lead role of "Sadie Harrison" on the CTV TV series "Instant Star," a popular series that ran for four seasons.
After "V," she booked five feature films back to back: the psychological thriller, "The Entitled" starring Ray Liotta, followed by Mc G's romantic comedy, "This Means War" starring Reese Witherspoon and Chris Pine, the lead in "Desperately Seeking Santa" with Nick Zano, "Broken Trust," a leading role psychological thriller for the Lifetime network where she plays a lawyer, and a car sales associate and confidant for Wahlberg in the comedy, "Ted" directed by Seth Macfarlane, starring Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis.
With high praise critically and a large fan following the series gained strength and praise for both performance and cinematography.
During this time, Laura graced the cover of Maxim Magazine and was ranked one of Maxim's Hot 100.
Growing up, Laura admired the work of Meryl Streep, the class Grace Kelly held, the off-the-wall twist of Tim Burton, the ever-so-compelling Canadian icon Gordon Pinsent, and Dustin Hoffman's incredible craft.
She first began her career in background work on Canadian commercials and TV shows such as "Road to Avonlea" and "Harriet the Spy." Laura landed her first speaking role at the age of thirteen, for the children's series "Goosebumps" and then "Are You Afraid of the Dark?