Laura Fay Lewis is an Multi-Award Actress and the quintessential Multi-Hyphenate:

Actor | Director | Producer | Painter | Art Collector | Art Curator | Singer | Published Songwriter | Guitar | Keyboards | Percussion Player | Poet

A graduate of The Juilliard School. (Drama Division Group 12), Laura Fay has a strong background in the New York Off-Broadway Theatre scene from Shakespeare to Fassbinder. Her 1st contract role was as the lead in Bunnybear, an Off-Broadway play where she originated the role of Sandy, never missing one of the 250 performances. She also had the opportunity to originate the  female lead in Mark Borkowski's Don't Listen to What it Sounds Like (Best Plays of 2006 / Published by Smith/Krauss).

She is a founding member of Tribeca Lab, The Indies Lab, and New York Professional Ensemble Group, Naked Angels and Brazen Giant Ensemble.

Laura Fay is relishing her time as a mid-career artist, and firmly believes it is never too late to shift gears and manifest new destinies and changes, in the lives of others and oneself.

Here are just some of accomplishments. For a full listing of credits, check out IMDb | Laura Fay Lewis

On Screen:

Music Videos, Been There

What's The Rush, Superstar? (Best Actress nomination -The Picture Start Film Festival (PSFF)

As Filmmaker:

The Empty Handed Painter (Best Documentary Winner) at 2019 Cutting Room Int’l Short Film Festival (CRISFF).

As Music Video Director:

Been There

What's The Rush, Superstar?, a music video created for her band, The Blisstones. ? (Best Short Film nomination -The Picture Start Film Festival (PSFF)

As Screenwriter:

The Empty Handed Painter (Tony Masaccio, an artist from the Warhol era). Tony Masaccio is in development for a feature film to be shot soon.

My Last Week with Taylor Mead

Who's Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue?, Jeffrey Collins seminal art documentary film about some of our world's finest artists and sculptors.

As Producer/ Co-Writer:

Ella and Marilyn

As Published Poet

Inspire the Muse

Lost Souls in a Fish Bowl