Actress Laura Linda Bradley has captured the hearts of stage and film audiences alike with her range of roles and diverse characters. Laura has been dubbed an indie darling, but she is much more than that… Besides appearing in such studio films as “17 Again” and the upcoming “Winter Goodbyes” she is also a passionate philanthropist. In 2012 Laura teamed with Drawing Hope International where she served as a member of their honorary committee for their annual gala.
Laura spent time in Harbor Island Bahamas, helping to build a school. While there Laura taught arts education to preschool through elementary age children.
Laura has also worked with Habitat For Humanity in Los Angeles as well as her home state of Virginia, building homes for underprivileged families.
“It has always been my goal and desire to help those less fortunate, I have been blessed with so many family members and friends who get behind me and believe in my dreams. When I got to the point where I had a voice, and had peoples attention, of course I wanted to use my voice for change, I wanted to help other young women feel that belief that people are behind them, supporting them, encouraging them believing in their dreams with them.”
“You must remember everyone has a story, everyone’s been through something that’s changed them.” – Laura Linda Bradley
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Laura Linda Bradley has supported the following charities listed on this site: