Laura Haddock is an English actress best known for her starring role as Lucrezia Donati, wife, mistress and celebrated beauty of Florence, in the historical fantasy drama television series Da Vinci's Demons.
Laura made her film debut in the hugely successful The Inbetweeners Movie, while 2012 saw her star in another high profile film, Storage 24, alongside Noel Clarke and Antonia Campbell Hughes.
In early 2012, audiences watched her in the second season of the hit BBC drama series Upstairs Downstairs playing Beryl Ballard, alongside Keeley Hawes and Claire Foy; and in Missing for ABC, directed by James Strong.
Laura also starred in the second season of Strike Back, playing Dr. Claire Sommers and starred in a one off Christmas special How Not to Live Your Life on BBC3.
Laura's natural comedic flare has gained her numerous roles. She starred in the BBC Three sitcom How Not to Live Your Life and in ITV's office comedy Monday Monday. Laura also appeared in the award winning BBC One comedy My Family and starred alongside Amanda Redman in Honest, an upfront comedy-drama for ITV in which she played Kacie.
In 2008, Laura starred alongside David Jason and Christopher Lee in Sky One's Bafta nominated adaptation of Terry Pratchett's novel of the same name, The Colour of Magic.
Laura's theatre credits include When We Are Married which opened to rave reviews at the Garrick Theatre. She has also starred as Mrs. Holroyd in The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd and as Treena in Famous Last, a two-hander with Pauline Collins, directed by John Alderton.