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. In 2012 Fuller moved to Los Angeles where he was tapped as a finalist in the Heath Ledger Scholarship and starred in Pureflix's Apostle Peter and The Last Supper opposite Robert Loggia, which was one of the bestselling Christian films of that year. in 2017 his performances as lead actor in Mother & Brother and feature Road To The Well gained accolades on the international film festival circuit. Projects recently released or on the festival circuit include the supporting role of John Williams in The Maestro opposite Xander Berkley and the lead role of Irish painter Ciaran in feature film Paint It Red opposite Sally Kirkland and Jack McGee. Projects in post-production include a series regular opposite Lucy Davis in the pilot Kick (directed by Scot Adsit) and a lead role in the film Five Families directed by Adam Cushman. As he develops the lifelong passion project about his late father, the art critic The Peter Fuller Project.
"What Laurence Fuller was able to accomplish in this role cannot be overstated. His ability to show internal struggle, hardship and full depth of character was truly remarkable to watch." - Movie Lowdown 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 following in Russell Crowe's footsteps" - Monsters & Critics review for Apostle Peter & The Last Supper
“Laurence Fuller is a faultless Pisano” - Time Out review for Madness In Valencia
"Laurence Fuller shines in the lead role and it is easy to see why he is a much sought after young actor" - Reel Loop review for Possession(s)