Laura Harris is a Canadian actress best known for her roles as grim reaper Daisy Adair in the cable series Dead Like Me (2003-2004), and as Marie Warner in the second season of the action drama 24, from 2002-2003.
Harris began acting in radio dramas and animated series at age five in her native Canada.
In 2006 Harris starred in Chris Smith's critically acclaimed British comedy slasher Severance. In 2003 she appeared in Christopher Guest's award-winning A Mighty Wind.
Harris is known for her starring role in Robert Rodriguez's The Faculty, alongside Elijah Wood and Josh Hartnett, and she also starred in MGM's Just the Ticket, with Andy Garcia and Andy Macdowell; Lions Gate's The Highwayman, with Jason Priestley; Suicide Kings, with Christopher Walken, Jay Mohr and Denis Leary; and the cult festival hit Kitchen Party, with Scott Speedman.
Other feature film credits include Going Greek, Rene Daalder's Habitat, with Balthazar Getty and The Manor, with Peter O'Toole and Greta Scacchi.
Harris' numerous television credits include appearances on such series as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Dead Like Me, 24, Outer Limits and The X-Files, as well as the voice of Bright Eyes on the long running My Little Pony animated series.
Harris' personal interests involve modern art, travel, riding and community work.