Lauriel Friedman

Lauriel is thrilled to join AJT’s Theatremacher program!

She is a classically trained actress born and raised in New York City and began acting in high school at LaGuardia High School for Performing Arts at Lincoln Center. Lauriel then went on to earn her B.F.A. in acting from the Guthrie Theater’s Training Program, and also studied and performed in London, where she developed her Shakespeare skills at The Globe, and trained in Lecoq movement at the London International School for Performing Arts.

Lauriel currently resides in Brooklyn, and has worked with a number of Off-Broadway and regional theaters. Her favorite productions she’s been a part of have explored themes of the Jewish Diaspora, including Prayer For the French Republic at Manhattan Theater Club, The Immigrant at George Street Playhouse, and The Diary of Anne Frank at Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey. Lauriel has also done readings with the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene, and can be seen on television on ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ and ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.’ Lauriel has a passion for developing new works, historical drama, and New York Jewish humor.


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