Actor. Poet. Warrior.

Laurence Fuller was raised between England and Australia, trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, after graduating he went into London's West End theatre, including his critically acclaimed performance in Madness In Valencia. Fuller's first film he wrote and starred in; the Australian ABC Network feature Possession(s) opposite Max Cullen and Asher Keddie. Fuller moved to Los Angeles when he was cast as a lead role in Pureflix's Apostle Peter & The Last Supper opposite Oscar Nominated actor Robert Loggia. In 2016/17 his performances as lead actor in Mother & Brother and feature Road To The Well were recognized on the international film festival circuit, he was tapped as a finalist in the Heath Ledger Scholarship. In 2018/19 his sporting role in The Maestro, series regular in Lucy Davis series Kick and lead roles in films Paint It Red (opposite Sally Kirkland and Jack Mcgee), Echoes Of You and Five Families are being recognized on the international Film Festival circuit including Newport Beach Film Festival, San Diego FF, Dances With Films, Twin Cities FF, Orlando FF, and with audiences.

As a writer, Fuller has been published in publications such as Modern Painters and his poetry is gaining a following on social media as he develops a lifelong passion project about his late father, the art critic Peter Fuller.

"Frank was played brilliantly by Laurence Fuller... Beneath his docile exterior, there is a smoldering anger and ruthlessness that only surfaces after a series of calamitous events... This film was good, I'm talking about Alfred Hitchcock and Coen Brothers good." - Ruthless Reviews 9.5/10 review for Road To The Well

"His strength as an actor envelopes the screen... Fuller is sublime to watch" - Screen Relish review for Mother & Brother

"Laurence Fuller is a faultless Pisano" - Time Out review for Madness In Valencia