Laura Patalano, a talented actress and voiceover artist, has gained recognition for her impressive performances on both the big and small screens. After receiving professional training at El Instituto de Arte Escenico in her home country of Mexico, Patalano began building her career in the entertainment industry. Some of her recurring television credits include Gentefied, The L Word: Generation Q, Victor and Valentino, Vida, Bosch, The Politician, Undone, Mayans Mc, and Shameless, among many others. With a knack for dramatic acting, Patalano has also appeared in numerous independent feature films, such as Chop-Shop, The Imperialists Are Still Alive, Mosquita y Mari, and First Girl I Loved. Her talents are also utilized in voice-over work, having landed a recurring role in the animated series Victor & Valentino, as well as various commercials. Patalano has also garnered acclaim for her work on stage both in Mexico and New York City, playing roles in productions such as Una Esfinge Llamada Cornelia, Frida Kahlo, Vamos a Contar Mentiras, and Las Hermanas Mirabal. Her reputation as a versatile and multi-talented artist has earned her numerous accolades, including an HOLA Award for her outstanding performance in Thalia Spanish Theatre's bilingual production of The Ladies Room/Baño de Damas.