Raised in the green, wet state of Tennessee, Lora decided that she wanted to pursue a career in acting. So she packed ample amounts of sunblock and moisturizer, and headed out to the California desert. After forming a terrific team of and agency and the perfect manager, she booked two commercials and a student film all in a month. Her first shoot was a national Orbit Gum Commercial, which ended up being filmed on her birthday. The next to be filmed was an amazing student film, “The Maiden and the Princess” which was a modern twist on a classic fairy tale. Following those came a Foot Locker commercial, two voiceover jobs, a film called “Admissions Game”, and a two PSAs.
When she isn’t acting, Lora likes to read and write sci-fi and fantasy, brush up on her AP Biology, and design and make jewelry. She also likes to sing, and ballroom dance. Of which, the ballroom dance she learned from her Grandfather who was nicknamed in college as “Boogie.” She learned to sing at the ripe age of 3, mainly as a tool to annoy her older brother, but later became the lead singer in a 16-piece orchestra back in Tennessee and by then the sibling rivalry had faded into loving support.