Lara Fox is a freelance New York-based actor.
In 2015 Lara relocated to NYC after a three-year stint in Seattle, WA. She grew up in central Massachusetts, and .
has performed all over New England, New York, Washington state, and abroad in Scotland.
Lara grew up dancing in musical theater, went to college for acting, took private voice lessons, and has participated in many workshops for singing, dancing, acting, and modeling.
She has enjoyed doing commercials, film, photo shoots, voiceover, children's theater, puppetry, and mask work.
In 2007 she graduated Summa Cum Laude from Fitchburg State University with an English Major/Theater concentration, and a Music Minor.
Additional training includes musical improv at the Magnet Theater, voiceover with Phillip Galinsky, British dialects with Anna Frankl-Duval, sketch writing with 42nd Night Live, voice with William Carey, coaching with Elaine Smith-Purcell and Anne Allgood, Classical Singer Convention 2010, Richard Crittendon Summer Opera Workshop 2009, film acting with Tom Logan and Richard McElvain, modeling at John Robert Powers and New England Models Group, and dance intensives at Steps, Broadway Dance Center, Jeannette Neill Dance Co, and Northern Ballet Theater.
2017 Contributor to Funny or Die (Editor's Top Pick 5 times).
2012 Top Three Finalist at the North Shore Star Competition, for singing "Una voce poco fa," from Rossini's Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville).
2007 Fitchburg State University Idol 3rd Place.
2007 Irene Ryan Nomination from the American College Theater Festival.
2006 and 2007 Outstanding Senior in Music from Fitchburg State University.
2006 Irene Ryan Alternate Nomination from the American College Theater Festival.