Laurissa ‘Lala’ Romain is an Actor, Singer, Songwriter, and Native New Yorker, raised in Hell's Kitchen.
"Lala" has been working as and actor since she was a young child appearing on Broadway in Lincoln Center's revival of Rogers & Hammerstein's South Pacific as Ngana. Lala's film work includes Spike Lee’s, "Son Of The South", Chris Rock’s "Top Five", "You Were Always"(Nominated for Best Lead Actress) and "Kurt". Some of her TV work includes Netflix's "The Politician" and TBS’ "Are We There Yet". She is grateful to have had the opportunity to sing back up for Mariah Carey at the Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting, and Keri Hilson at the 5th Ave Snow Flake Lighting, Most recent stage work includes, "Oswald the Musical" and The Origin Irish Theatre Festival's Award Winning Play, "The 8th". Stay updated at inthelandoflala.com