Laura's Profile


Laura Mobilia 1 2020



Laura is an Argentinian/Italian voice-over actress living in London who graduated with a Master’s Degree in Performing Arts from The National University of the Arts, Buenos Aires, Argentina. For her thesis she did an intensive investigation into the Actor’s voice.


Laura’s work as an actress stands out in radio where she performs in the show “The Two Masks” on National Argentinian Radio. She has been a cast member for 10 years and has played more than one hundred roles in more than one hundred plays that include authors such as Shakespeare, Moliere, Chekhov, Ibsen, Goldoni, Pirandello, Strindberg, Aristophanes, Gorki, and many more.


She has worked as a voice-over actress for major studios such as Turner, Discovery Channel and National Geographic. 


In television she has appeared in fiction productions and presents “Music Around the World” . She has co created the children’s show “The Galaxy of Dreams” winner of the "Best TV show" given by the National Cable TV Association and she has won the award for the “Best TV Presenter” where she sings her own songs, and performs different roles: Queen Caliz and Angelita, the Puppet. 


She wrote, directed and performed in the children’s plays “In the Right Hands” and “The Galaxy of Dreams” chosen by the government to be performed in different boroughs and cities, and acted in other children plays such as “Puppeteers at School”, “Let’s Do It” and “Cinderella” shown in theatres in Buenos Aires.


Laura has worked in films in “A Multitude’s Passion”, films for the “Buenos Aires Red Blood Scary Movies Festival”, and the short film “Will I Make It in the End?” in which she wrote the script, performed and did the voice-over. The film won an award from the Cinema Arteplex.

She has done voice-over in television advertising for clothing shops in her own city, Rosario.


She is also a lyric singer.


In 2019, Laura transferred her production company to London where she has directed and adapted the play “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens for the event “Christmas Extravaganza” working with people with alcohol addictions, she also taught them Drama. The event included the song “Oh Holy Night”.

In 2020, Laura co-starred in the short film “Pride and Prosecco” for the London Film Jam Festival and is a cast member of the play “Retail Therapy” which is to be performed in the summer in the Milton Court Theatre for the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.



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