Lauren Lopez’s Naked Truth (aka Draco Malfoy)


Lauren Lopez is an American singer, dancer and actress. She is a founding member of the popular group “TeamKids”, which started with “A Very Potter Musical” and Draco Malfroy performed by Lopez. Lauren is a choreographer and theater audition coach.

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Early life, education, family

Lauren Elizabeth Lopez was born on March 8, 1986 in Royal Oak, Michigan, USA; she has a younger brother with whom she is very close. As kids, they played a game called “hamming,” which basically means buying slices of ham, throwing them at trees and windows to see if the slices stick. She was raised by a Jewish mother and a Mexican father. As a child she loved to dance and at the age of three she started competitive dancing.

During high school, her mother insisted that she try acting, so she participated in school musicals and plays. The turning point in her future education was the play “Medea” with Fiona Shaw, when Lauren decided what her future profession would be.

After high school, she continued her education at the University of Michigan, where she graduated with honors in theater arts. Later Lauren took improv theater classes in Chicago with iO and The Second City, and with Groundlings in Los Angeles, California. She has also lived in New York and Chicago, but currently lives in Los Angeles.


Team StarKids

Her talent was noticed by students and professors, so during her studies she, together with some of her fellow students, founded the online music theater company “Team Starkid” and became successful performers. Lauren got close to Darren Criss, who starred on the musical show “Glee”. The two wrote many music albums, plays and internet videos together under Starkids production.

They started working together thanks to the theater organization run by the students of the university called Basement arts. Lauren played Frodo in the first play that came out of this collaboration, worked according to “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit”.

Her second appearance was as Tanya Freemont in the YouTube online series “Little White Lie” with Darren Criss. The next “A Very Potter Musical” took place in Lauren’s senior year in 2009, and was a comedy adaptation of JKRowling’s “Harry Potter” series. All four performances at the university were sold out, with Laura as Draco Malfoy. The video of the play was posted on YouTube and became popular. Entertainment Weekly placed the musical in its list of “10 Best Viral Videos of 2009”.

Lauren, Darren, Matt and Nick Lang and Brian Holden founded the group, worked on ten original musicals and had two national tours, “The Space Tour” in 2011 and “Apocalyptour” in 2012.

They also had partnerships with iO Chicago and The Second City, improv theater and training centers in Chicago. This form of theater is without a written script, which means that the performers spontaneously create the dialogue. Since its launch on YouTube in 2009, Team StarKids has had more than 270 million views and more than 630,000 subscribers worldwide. The group traveled throughout the US, as well as Ireland, Germany and London.

TV appearance

Lauren Lopez appeared in the films “Treasures of the Past” and “Passenger Seats” in 2009. In 2016, she was in the cast for the TV miniseries “Edgar Allan Poe’s Murder Mystery Dinner Party”.

Lauren Lopez

In 2018, “Sona”, a science fiction TV series, premiered, and she also appeared in the TV series “Stellar People” as her recent project. “The Wayward Guide for the Untrained Eye” is expected later in 2020, new series that Lauren has already finished filming.


In addition to her film and TV roles, Lauren is very active in the theater. In 2018, she played Emma in Team StarKids’ comedy musical “The Guy Who Didn’t Like Misicals” at the Matrix Theater in LA. She did the choreography for this musical. The following year, she performed with Tin Can Bros Comedy on the show “We Didn’t Mean to Kill Our Guests”.

for the 10e anniversary of Team StarKids, the group reunited and played “Black Friday” at the ACE Theater in LA. In 2020, she will continue her performance with Tin Can Bros Comedy in “We Didn’t Mean to Kill Our Guests 2: No One’s Dying This Time!” Lauren also worked on the choreography for Tin Can Bros’ “Spies are Forever.” Lauren Lopez continues as a choreographer and theater audition coach, as well as doing monologue coaching.


During her professional career, Lauren was part of many commercials and campaigns, including for Kmart, Toys R Us, Intel, Bank of America and Amtrak.

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Private life

Lauren keeps her personal life private. There were rumors that she was in a relationship with her StarKids companion, Joey Richter, but they were never confirmed. In 2017 Lauren was much more open with her followers, and so on Instagram said she has been dealing with clinical depression since she was 20.


Lauren Lopez is 5′ (1.52 m) long. She has long brown hair and brown eyes.

Interesting facts

  • Lauren likes to bake and published the cookbook “These Treats Don’t Suck: A Gluten-Free Cookbook” in 2013. The book has a list of original recipes created by Lauren.
  • She has a dog, a chihuahua named Diane who was adopted in 2016.
  • Lauren is an animal rights activist. She volunteers at “A Purposeful Rescue” in Los Angeles and insists that people adopt animals from shelters.
  • Early in her career, her video featuring Firebringer’s “I Don’t Really Wanna Do the Work Today” went viral.
  • Lauren likes to do puzzles.
  • She’s been a Harry Potter fan since 6e Her favorite book is “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” by JK Rowling.
  • She is a fan of the reality TV series “The Real Housewives”.
  • Lauren’s favorite quote from “A Very Potter Musical” is “Are you kids ready to fight a dragon?! Of course not, you’re just kids, what the hell am I thinking?!”


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