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In 2012 she moved to Browne George Ross LLP where she specializes in the litigation of entertainment, intellectual property, and business disputes concerning right of publicity, defamation, invasion of privacy, trademark and copyright infringement, unfair competition, breach of contract and business torts.
More DetailsHide DetailsLauren Woodland was born on October 28, 1977 in Carson City, Nevada. She received her first acting role when she was just 6 years old (an Oscar Mayer Weiner hot dog commercial) and moved to Southern California to pursue an acting career. Her family already had a distinguished history in California: her great-grandaunt was Julia Morgan, architect of Hearst Castle.
She is active in her support of the arts and in helping aspiring young actors. She serves as Vice-President of the Los Angeles Dance Company, a neo-classical and contemporary dance company, founded by former American Ballet Theater soloist Marie-France Lévesque, dedicated to supporting and advancing the art of dance.
Lauren is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Castro Organ Devotees Association, a San Francisco nonprofit organization founded by David Hegarty, dedicated to keeping the art of organ music alive through the acquisition and restoration of the Wurlitzer pipe organ in the Castro Theatre, San Francisco.
After earning the Juris Doctorate degree from UCLA School of Law in 2011, Woodland worked as an associate at the international law firm White & Case LLP.
Woodland has been acting since childhood. In 1989, she appeared in the Fox Network science fiction series Alien Nation as the child newcomer Emily Francisco.
More DetailsHide DetailsShe reprised her role in the 5 Alien Nation TV movies.
Woodland has numerous soap opera credits, including a 1998 role as Sara Cummings on the soap opera Sunset Beach, a role as Janelle on Port Charles in February 1999, and as Brittany Hodges Marsino on The Young and the Restless, which she portrayed from March 2000 until November 2005.
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