Laurel started working professionally at the age of ten, when she joined the cast of the Bay Area TV show, "Just Kidding". Her experience is steeped in the theater, which is how she was trained. Her work at many equity houses includes: SJ Rep: "The Miracle Worker" (Helen Keller), SJ Rep: the West Coast premiere of "To Gillian on her 37th Birthday" (Rachel), The Old Globe: "Smash" (Agatha Wylie). In addition to her many film and television credits, Laurel is also a filmmaker. Her short film, "Call Waiting", for which she wrote, produced, and starred won "Best Short" at the Arizona Int'l Film Festival and placed in several others. Her work with LA Theatreworks, had her starring opposite Richard Dreyfuss, Alfred Molina, and Jack Black. The plays include: "The Lion in Winter" , "The General from America, and "The Lucky Spot." She is a member of a couple of award-winning theater companies located in Los Angeles. One of which is an all female Shakespeare Company. Laurel Moglen attended UCLA and majored in history, focusing on the 19th century American West.