Laura House is an actress, comic, writer and teacher. She was discovered in Austin, Texas while performing stand-up comedy at night and teaching seventh grade by day. She was featured in HBO's Aspen Comedy Festival, then starred on Mtv's first scripted sit-com "Austin Stories." Later she performed on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend" and other stand-up shows while continuing acting and writing. She played a hillbilly slut opposite Natalie Portman in "Where the Heart is." Laura has written on hit TV shows including the Emmy-winning "Samantha Who?" and "Mom." She has developed a "Super Mom" show with Barry Sonnenfeld for ABC, a sketch show featuring Rachel Crow for Nickelodeon and a lady-slacker show with Katey Sagal for FX.
She's published in three books, including "True Tales of Lust and Love," "Comedy Film Nerds Guide to the Movies, and "Stricken: The 5000 Stages of Grief."
She's an LA favorite at stand-up and storytelling shows. She also teaches pitching, writing and meditation.