Laura Bell Bundy is an American television and film actress, as well as singer-songwriter. She is known best for her role as Dr. Jordan Denby on the on the FXX series "Anger Management."
Laura Bell Bundy, sometimes referred to as simply LBB, is a woman of many extraordinary talents. Those of us who don't know her from her roles on television and film have either seen her perform in one of her numerous Broadway productions or know her for her country songs such as "Giddy On Up" or "Kentucky Dirty." So where did this stunningly beautiful woman come from, and where has she been all our lives?
Laura Ashley Bell Bundy was born on April 10, 1981 in Euclid, Ohio. A woman who loves to dance, she grew up attending Town and Village School of Dance in Paris, Kentucky before making her stage debut at age 9 in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. She eventually went on to graduate from Lexington Catholic High School in 1999.
A true love of the performing arts has lead to Laura starring in many Broadway musicals in her career. Most famously, she played the original Amber Von Tussle and Elle Woods in Hairspray and Legally Blonde: The Musical respectively. She was even nominated for a Tony Award for her portrayal of Elle Woods.
When she's not acting on stage, Laura does a fair share of her work in front of the camera, too. After first appearing in "The Adventures of Huck Finn" in 1993, she has gone on to star in a variety of famous films such as "Jumanji" and "Dreamgirls." However, she is arguably more famous for her television roles on series such as "How I Met Your Mother," "Hart of Dixie," and "Anger Management."
As for her country music career, it has been booming since the release of her first single "Giddy On Up" on February 20, 2010. After debuting at #60 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Charts, it peaked all the way up at #31.