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Laura Osnes is an American actress and singer who is best known for her work in Broadway stage. She has starred in Grease as Sandy, Anything Goes as Hope Harcourt, South Pacific as Nellie Forbush, and Bonnie and Clyde as Bonnie Parker, for which she received a Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Musical. She received a Drama Desk Award and her second Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Musical for her title role of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella on Broadway. Born Laura Ann Osnes on November 19, 1985 in Burnsville, Minnesota, to parents Jane and Russell Osnes, she was raised in Eagan, Minnesota. She is of Norwegian descent on her father’s side, and of half German and half English descent on her mother’s side. Osnes played the role of a munchkin in ‘The Wizard of Oz’ in the second grade. She attended Eagan High School. She also attended the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, majoring in Musical Theater, before dropping out after one year to pursue a professional theatrical career. In May 2007, she married Nathan Johnson.
Body Measurements Table
All body measurements you might be interested in can be found in the table below. For example height, weight and dress size.
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|Height:||5′5″ (165 cm)|
|Weight:||119 pounds (54 kg)|
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I’d love to do movies and be on TV. But I think if I transitioned into TV/film completely, I would really miss singing and dancing. It would be ideal to be cast in a movie musical!
Julie Andrews is so iconic, and I grew up watching ‘The Sound of Music’ – it’s every girl’s dream to play Maria, in a way, I think. That music!
Bonnie and Clyde’ was the first show and the first role that I got to originate. Being part of that from the ground up and investing three years of my life into seeing that show come to Broadway was really rigorous but also so exciting.
I really have been so, so blessed with all my leading men.
South Pacific’ – I really learned a lot. I swear I like to say that during ‘South Pacific,’ I went from being a girl to being a woman.