Lauren Lox isn’t your typical ‘girl next door’, in fact, she’s more of the girl next door… with a dangerous secret.
She hails from Austin, Texas, known for being the live music capital of the world, but she loves it for the cosmic weirdness that makes the city unique.
She’s best known for her roles as Audrey in the award-winning short film “Allergies”, and Dawn in her own award-winning short film “Dawn”–earning her a nomination for Best Actress for the Austin Spotlight Film Festival.  She has made appearances in several feature films, shorts, commercials and music videos all over the south, and will soon take the lead in her self-produced comedic web series “Making It.”
Born a creator, she began acting at age seven and quickly culminated a love for theater, securing roles such as Sandy in Grease and Olivia in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, and even gender-swapping as Sir Gawain in Knights of The Rad Table.
Lauren Lox is a graduate of the University of Houston with a Public Relations degree, but quickly found a familiar escape through turning back to the creativity residing in her bones. Thus, she launched into the world of film.
While acting is her primary forte, she sometimes steps on the other side of the lens. Lox has produced and directed three films in the last three years, earning her a Best Female Director award, Audience Choice Award, and several nominations for her recent films, “Positive” and “Dawn.”
When not filming, she loves to travel, attend music festivals, go hiking or rock climbing, and perpetually hopes to be a guest judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race someday.