Laura Harrier is a Chicago-native actress best known for her role as “Patrice Dumas” in the Spike Lee-directed award-winning film, “BlacKkKlansman.” Starring opposite John David Washington and Adam Driver, the film earned six Academy Award nominations in 2019, including Best Picture. “BlacKkKlansman” was also honored with the coveted Grand Prix Award at the Cannes. Film Festival in 2018. Harrier can currently be seen in the Ryan Murphy-created Netflix Original series, “Hollywood.” Described by Murphy as “a love letter to the golden age of Tinseltown,” the series helms a powerhouse cast, which includes Darren Criss, Jeremy Pope, Patti LuPone, David Corenswet, and Jim Parsons. Harrier stars as “Camille Washington,” a young black actress in the 1940s trying to make it as a leading lady in Hollywood with all the odds against her. Harrier began her career at 17 as an international fashion model. Upon moving to New York to study acting at William Esper Studios, she landed principal roles in the AMC pilot “Galyntine” and the HBO pilot “Codes of Conduct” directed by Steve McQueen. Harrier made her screen debut in Richard LaGravenese’s “The Last Five Years”. In 2018, Harrier landed her breakout role as “Liz Allan” opposite Tom Holland in Sony Pictures’ “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” Harrier is brand ambassador for Louis Vuitton, and also stars in the Alive by Hugo Boss fragrance campaign. She currently resides in Los Angeles.