Perhaps best known for her six seasons on camera as tomboy “SAMANTHA” on NBC’s hit sit-com GIMME A BREAK, Lara Jill began her career on Broadway in THE MUSIC MAN with Dick Van Dyke.
She has continued to sing her way into your hearts for over a decade as the cuddly “LAMBIE” on Disney’s Peabody Award-winning DOC MCSTUFFINS, as well as playing prodigy “LISA LOUD” for 6 seasons on Nickelodeon’s hit series THE LOUD HOUSE, “CAT” on Amazon’s IF YOU GIVE A MOUSE A COOKIE, George’s best friend “ALLIE” on the long-running CURIOUS GEORGE, and the rat “FINK” on CN’s OK K.O.! LET’S BE HEROES.
To add to her roster, Lara Jill is the voice of “PETUNIA PIG” in Warner Bros’ LOONEY TUNES CARTOONS on HBO Max, Molly’s best friend “LIBBY” in Disney’s new THE GHOST AND MOLLY MCGEE, and recently made a return to anime when tapped to play “HARU” in the Netflix hit BEASTARS.
Her previous title roles include “HENRY” in HENRY HUGGLEMONSTER, “CLIFFORD THE PUPPY” in CLIFFORD’S PUPPY DAYS and “JUNIPER LEE” in THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JUNIPER LEE.
Other notable credits include starring as “IZZIE” on PBS’ critically acclaimed, two-time Emmy-winning series SCIGIRLS, along with Disney’s VAMPIRINA as the snugglelot “MATILDA.”
Other credits include the tool-toting “WIDGET” on Nick’s WOW! WOW! WUBBZY!, and beloved “KARI” on the original DIGIMON.
Numerous recurring and guest roles include HI HI PUFFY AMI YUMI (as the dastardly evil friend “JULIE), ALL GROWN UP (as “OLIVIA,” Tommy Pickles’ first kiss), MY MOM MARRIED A YETI (opposite Jim Gaffigan), as well as on-camera stints on ALL THAT, THE AMANDA SHOW, iCARLY and GENERAL HOSPITAL.
Don’t let her youthful sound and infectious energy fool you. Lara Jill graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude from New York University and Fordham School of Law. She passed the Bar Exam in three states and was a practicing attorney in NYC.
Also an accomplished singer, you’ve heard her voice on recordings including Disney Jr’s Doc McStuffins and Henry Hugglemonster soundtracks, The Children’s Museum of Los Angeles’ Readers’ Theatre, Adiboo’s Discovery Series, and NPR’s acclaimed The Wizard of Oz, along with many popular toys and video games.