Laura Breckenridge became an actress when she was just 17 years old. In 2005, she portrayed Bell in "Southern Bells," an independent film about two young women who plan a road trip in an attempt to escape their dull lives. In 2006, she starred as Tracy in the film "Beautiful Loser." In 2005, she starred in the theater production of "Cherry Orchard" opposite Scott Foley and Brooke Adams. In 2001, she was the second runner up in the Miss Ocean City Pageant. In 2002, she appeared on Broadway in the revival of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible." She performed in the "Nutcracker" 7 years in a row with the Pennsylvania Ballet. Breckenridge began her acting career with roles in dramas like "Boston Public" (Fox, 2000-04), "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (CBS, 2000-2015) and "CSI: New York" (CBS, 2004-2013). She also appeared in "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC, 2004-) and "Criminal Minds" (CBS, 2005-). Breckenridge launched her entertainment career by acting in films like the Jon Cryer comedic drama "Went to Coney Island on a Mission From God...Be Back by Five" (2000). Following that project, she worked on the drama "Havoc" (2005) with Anne Hathaway, "Loving Annabelle" (2006) and "Southern Belles" (2006). She also appeared in "Amusement" (2008) with Keir O'Donnell. She also played parts in television during these years, including roles in "Related" (WB, 2005-06) and "Gossip Girl" (CW, 2007-2013). Breckenridge also appeared in the Justin Rice dramedy "Let Them Chirp Awhile" (2008) and "Hit and Run" (2009). Most recently, Breckenridge acted in the comedy "BoyBand" (2013) with Robert Hoffman.
Started training with the Rock School of the Pennsylvania Ballet when she was only 7
Was the second runner up in the Miss Ocean City Pageant
Appeared on Broadway in the revival of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible"
Cast as a runaway in "Havoc," the screenplay originally penned in 1995 by Los Angeles teenager, Jessica Kaplan, who died in a 2003 plane crash at the age of 24
Starred in the theater production of "Cherry Orchard" opposite Scott Foley and Brooke Adams
Portrayed Bell in "Southern Bells," an independent film about two young women who plan a road trip in an attempt to escape their dull lives
Cast as Rose Sorelli, the youngest Sorelli sister in "Related" (WB)
Starred as Tracy in the film "Beautiful Loser"