BEHIND THE SCENES
Host of Women of Tomorrow with Laura Bell Bundy
Laura Bell Bundy (co-Host and co-creator of Women of Tomorrow Podcast) is a recording artist, songwriter, director, producer, actress and mother who gave birth naturally without drugs. In recent years, her creative work has been focused on the education and empowerment of women.
Since debuting at age 9 at Radio City Music Hall, Laura Bell Bundy has originated the stage roles of Tina Denmark in Ruthless (Outer Critics/ Drama Desk Nominations), Amber in Broadway’s Hairspray, Elle Woods in Legally Blonde The Musical (Tony Nomination), played Glinda in Wicked and recently received an Ovation nomination for her role of Charity in Reprise 2.0’s ‘Sweet Charity.’ She’s starred and appeared in over 100 hundred episodes of Television including roles on Perfect Harmony, Good Behavior, American Gods, How I Met Your Mother, The Guest Book, Angie Tribeca, Idiotsitter, Hart of Dixie, Fuller House, Documentary Now, AJ & The Queen, and Anger Management, where she was not paid equally to male co-stars. Films include Dream Girls, Jumanji, Life With Mikey, Adventures of Huck Finn, After The Reality, and the award winning Beauty Mark among others.
LBB has toured in concert worldwide since 2010. She’s penned hundreds of songs as an EMI/Sony songwriter (2009-2016) including her Universal Records album, Achin’ & Shakin’ which debuted on Billboard’s Top 5 Country Music Chart, and has a gold record in Norway. She was nominated for CMT Breakout Video for Giddy On Up. Her Big Machine album “Another Piece Of Me” received rave reviews in 2015 with all four music videos written, directed, & produced by Bundy. Her music has been featured in several video games including Just Dance 3, Just Dance Now, and Guitar Hero. LBB developed “Mashville” for Netflix as creator, composer and lyricist.
Her upcoming album ‘Women Of Tomorrow’ delves into issues facing women today thru song and is being released through ONErpm... and is a soundtrack to the women’s movement.
LBBTV is Bundy’s production company founded to forge her own creative path, launching successful sketch comedy web series Cooter County & Skits-O-Frenic with millions of views on Youtube including her comedy song “You Can’t Pray The Gay Away.” She has directed over 30 sketches and music videos. She is currently developing ‘Girl Time’ — a women’s history sketch comedy show with Colleen Werthmann (The Nightly Show) and Group 9, as creator, writer and executive producer.
LBB is the founder of Double Standards, a non-profit that supports the equal treatment of women. She is now married to a “good guy” and has a son to whom she is teaching that “being a man” is about having the courage to be vulnerable.