Lauren Francesca

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Queens, New York, U.S.
CitizenshipUnited States of America
EducationNew York Institute of Technology
  • Actress
  • Producer
  • Influencer
Years active2007–present

Lauren Francesca is an American Actress, Producer and social media influencer. With over 2 billion views online, Lauren has been described by Streaming Media as “a YouTube superstar.” Lauren’s videos have been featured on 20/20, Tosh.0, The O’Reilly Factor, FOX News, TruTV’s Funniest Moments, Comedy Central, and more. Entertainment weekly said: Lauren’s “Lady Gaga Telephone Parody” was the “funniest Internet phenomenon of the moment”

As an actress, Lauren has acted along side; James Franco, Louie CK, Method Man, Tom Arnold, Clifton Clarence Jr, Clancey Brown, Dan Fogler, Andre Royo, Jermaine Fowler, Pete Davidson and many more. Lauren landed a role on the hit FX show Louie, and was also featured in one of Netflix’s top comedies, Bad Parents. She also had starring roles in the independent films; Wally Got Wasted, Catskill Park, and recently wrapped on the sequel to the Lionsgate horror film, Room 9[1]. Which she also served as a producer.

Lauren also has an accomplished background in theater, starring alongside James Franco in the off Broadway production of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie. And the pilot she wrote was accepted into YouTube’s - Women in Comedy Program.

Lauren has also been an effective brand ambassador for AT&T, Microsoft, Lionsgate, Audible, Fox, Universal, Rock Star Video Games, and more.

In her spare time, Lauren works with numerous charities, writes songs, and takes care of her schnoodle, George.

Early life

Lauren Francesca was born in New York City[2] to Fred Siretta, a character actor, choreographer, and film director [3] and JoAnn Cifala an Actress, Dancer and Singer She has one sibling, Cara Siretta and is the niece of choreographer and director Dan Siretta Francesca is of Italian descent from both sides of her family.[4]

Francesca was raised in Queens New York.[2] Francesca has said that as a child she was strongly influenced by her parents to always be learning. Francesca grew up in her families business American Dance and Drama Stuido. [5] Francesca studied ballet and modern intensely at Joffrey Ballet School, Alvin Ailey and was accepted into Performing Arts High school, PPAS. [3]

Film Career

Francesca began appearing in videos for Barely Productions in 2007 (then Barely Political), often alongside Obama girl Amber Lee Ettinger. However since 2015 Lauren has been hard at work getting lead roles. Francesca just wrapped her scenes in the upcoming Room 9 Sequel.[6] as well as her role as Stassi Graham in the new film, Scream Bloody Murder.[7]



Year Title Role Notes
2007 Barely Political Video Show
2009 The Daily Show Dancer TV Series
2009 The Gate of Fallen Angeles Ali Feature
2009 Lenox Avenue Michelle TV Series
2010 The Annoying Orange Lady Pasta
2011 The One Jessica
2011 Late Night with Jimmy Fallon dancer TV Series
2012 Louie Kendra TV Series
2012 hellbenders cecila Actress
2012 Bad Parents candy feature
2012 College Humor Originals stripper, girl, wife, larissa, the dumb hot one acot
2013 Next Time on Lonny Gangstress
2015 lucky N#mber Jules
2015 Epic Rap Battles of History Copperfields Assistant Cameo
2016 Uncommon Sense with Charlamagne
2019 Wally Got Wasted Jessica
2019 Badland Honey Tex
2020 Crabs in a Bucket Morgan Post-production
TBA Room 9 Sequel Karma Filming
2022 D.O.P.E. UNIT Jessica (pre-production)


  1. "Room 9 Sequel".
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Meet Lauren Francesca, YouTube's Stunning Diva of Parody". tubefilter. August 30, 2011.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "#IGOTCASTLauren Francesca". Backstage (magazine). January 6, 2010.
  4. "The 36th Annual Christmas/Chanukah Party at The Comic Strip". comedymatterstv. December 29, 2012.
  5. "Lauren Francesca - The Afterlaugh Ep. 47". May 23, 2019.
  6. "Room 9 Sequel".
  7. "Scream Bloody Murder Film".

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