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Laura Fraser stars in "Black Box" on ABC as Reagan Black, a complex woman and sister-in-law to Catherine Black. At times it's a struggle to standby and support Catherine knowing all her secrets, but having a teen-aged daughter that looks up to her aunt complicates matters further.

Laura Fraser was raised in Glasgow, where she attended the prestigious Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Her first starring role was in the BBC adaptation of Neil Gaiman's "Neverwhere" series. She then moved on to studio films, appearing in "Cousin Bette," opposite Jessica Lange, and "The Man in the Iron Mask" with Leonardo DiCaprio.

Fraser also appeared in such TV dramas as "The Investor" and "The Tribe." Hot off the success of the British comedy feature film, "Virtual Sexuality," she landed starring roles in numerous UK television series and indies, including "The Match," "Divorcing Jack," "Conviction" and "Casanova."

It was her performance as Lavinia opposite Anthony Hopkins in Julie Taymor's film, "Titus," that brought Fraser to the attention of American audiences. She next earned the admiration of fans and critics alike in the hit feature "A Knight's Tale," starring Heath Ledger. Other film credits include "The Flying Scotsman," opposite Johnny Lee Miller, and Scott Hicks' "The Boys Are Back," opposite Clive Owen.

Fraser has also starred in numerous film festival favorites, including "16 Years of Alcohol" and "Coney Island Baby," and will appear in the upcoming "Wish You Well" with Ellen Burstyn. Fraser also recently starred as a series regular on the BBC drama "Lip Service."

Laura most recently starred as Lydia on the award-winning series "Breaking Bad" and resides in Woodstock, New York.

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How old is Laura Fraser? Where does Laura Fraser live? Find out here.

Age: 40 years old
Birthday: July 24, 1976
Hometown: Glasgow, Scotland
Current Residence: Woodstock, NY

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