Laura Dickinson Biography

Gender: Female

Best known for her extensive work on Disney's animated hits Phineas and Ferb, Sofia the First, and Jake and The Never Land Pirates, composer Danny Jacob calls Laura's distinctive and highly-adaptable voice his "secret weapon."

Laura can be heard in Illumination Entertainment's Sing (2016) movie and their upcoming remake of How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2018), in Universal's Pitch Perfect movies, on commercials for Priceline ("Priceline Negotiator!"), Maybelline, Subway, and Macy's along with the hit TV shows Modern Family, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Son Of Zorn and Supernatural. Laura is serving as a vocal director and vocal contractor for Disney TV Animation, recently being featured on Elena of Avalor and Milo Murphy's Law. Laura will be voicing the title character in an upcoming series for DreamWorks Animation.

She lives in her native Southern California, performing both live and in-studio full time. Some of her recent performances include the The Talk with Andy Grammer, Late Show with David Letterman with Spiritualized, MTV Video Music Awards with Florence and the Machine, singing with Danny Elfman live at the Hollywood Bowl Nightmare Before Christmas, and opening for legendary artists Tony Bennett, Lyle Lovett and Bob Newhart. As a trained dancer and actress, Laura has over 60 regional musical theatre credits under her belt.

Laura is also vocal contracting and singing for Michael Bublé, and is featured on his chart-topping 2016 album "Nobody But Me." Laura's debut album, "One for My Baby - To Frank Sinatra With Love" (2014), hit #25 on the charts, showcasing her love of jazz and her talents as a producer, arranger and multi-instrumentalist. Laura's sophomore album, "Auld Lang Syne" will release in September of 2017.