Laura Marano

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  • Profession: Actor
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Exclusive Austin & Ally Sneak Peek: Who Doesn't Have a Prom Date?

It's time for prom on Austin & Ally, but why don't either of them have an official date yet?

On Sunday's episode (8/7c, Disney), Ally (Laura Marano) is still waiting for ...
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Exclusive: Austin & Ally's Laura Marano Takes the Stage

Move over, Hannah Montana — Ally Dawson just might be the newest singing sensation to take over the Disney Channel. In the June 23 episode of Austin & Ally, titular songwriting star Ally (Laura Marano) will finally move out of the studio and onto the stage to perform her own song — but not without some trouble in the spotlight. One glitch: a new recording artist, Kira, who happens to be the daughter of Starr Records' head honcho, signs on as the label's newest artist and wants to rock her first performance with none other than Ally's song. Will Ally get her big moment?&read more

Exclusive: Disney Channel Premieres New Season of N.B.T.

Disney Channel and Radio Disney are looking for the next big youth pop sensation. The sister cable and radio networks will launch the fifth season of their music talent competition, N.B.T. (Next Big Thing) next month during the original TV-movie Girl vs. Monster (airing Friday, Oct. 12 at 8/7c).

Among the prizes for this year's winner: A performance on the Disney Channel sitcom Austin & Ally; a single release through Disney Music Group; and a slot along side Radio Disney recording artists at the N.B.T. finale concert.read more

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Interview: Patricia Heaton
Fred Willard Interview
Chuck Versus Frasier
I Have a Weird Polish Name

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Last Dances & Last Chances
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Proms & Promises
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Eggs & Extra-terrestrials
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Fanatics & Favors

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Credits

Year Title Description
2014 Teen Choice 2014 TV Show Series, Appearing
2013 Teen Choice 2013 TV Show Series, Appearing
2013 Hub Network's First Annual Halloween Bash TV Show Series, Appearing
2012 Teen Choice 2012 TV Show Series, Appearing
2012 Austin & Jessie & Ally All Star New Year TV Show Series, Actor - Ally

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Exclusive: Premiere Date for Season 2 of Disney Channel's Austin & Ally

Disney Channel's music-themed comedy Austin & Ally will be back for a second season on Sunday, Oct. 7, at 8:30/7:30c.

In the premiere episode, "Costumes & Courage," Austin is invited to perform a duet with a famous pop star at his new record label owner's Halloween party. But when the star can't sing, Ally steps in. read more

Exclusive: Disney Channel Sets Debut Date for Live-Action Series Austin & Ally

The Disney Channel's newest live-action series Austin & Ally will debut on Sunday, Dec. 4 at 8/7c, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

The comedy follows the titular partnership of two wannabe musicians. Austin (newcomer Ross Lynch) is an extroverted singer, and Ally (Laura Marano) is a brilliant, but extremely shy songwriter. When Austin decides to "borrow" one of Ally's songs and record it, the video becomes an overnight Internet sensation and the two join forces. Raini Rodriguez and Calum Worthy also star as the pair's best friends Trish and Dez.

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"Something's Up There"

The good folks at WURG sure know their slapstick. It's been quite some time since I've seen good physical comedy on television, so what a thrill to see it make a comeback. Good slapstick, good slapstick. Now let's get to the better banter.I'm not sure we've had an episode yet that puts the whole crew in one situation, so this week was a change of pace. Little Gracie's 11th-birthday party was basically over before it started, because the only one of the six adults there who had steeled herself to find and catch the raccoon in the attic was Kelly, and Chuck wasn't about to let her do it. I understood his reasoning (Kelly's done everything for Gracie and Chuck wants to contribute, even if she doesn’t know he's her father), but that part felt a little far-fetched. Chuck strikes me as the kind who'll let anyone take a fall for him — in poor Ryan's case, quite literally — even Kelly, so why take a stand on this thing that he was obviously scared of?Either way, the guys on t... read more

"Gracie's Bully"

There is nothing more terrifying than having your 10-year-old classmates meet one (or both) of your parents, and I know this from experience. I felt for poor Gracie Carr, who so obviously wanted both her bully and her mother to disappear from this class trip to the station. She was probably thinking that the only upside was not having to have class.If only Kelly and Chuck knew that they were probably just making the situation worse for their daughter by wanting to confront the bully, whether through a "conflict resolution" session or the terrifying way that Kelly ended up going about it. (I'm well out of elementary school, but if tomorrow Patricia Heaton said to me, "I will come into your room while you are sleeping and I will rip your head off," I would probably faint.) As soon as Xander Tucker gets over his fear of Kelly, he's going to start bullying Gracie sevenfold. Perhaps by then Chuck will no longer be blinded by Xander's gorgeous, divorced mother and will actually be able to... read more

"The First Supper"

Clunk. That's the sound this episode made as it hit the air. You may be wondering how a show could make a physical clunk sound, but (and imagine some dramatic flare here) they found a way! It's almost as if after last week's great momentum, the powers that be decided that they didn't want to give us too much funny too fast, and so they churned out an awkwardly paced and plotted car boot of an episode.On the upside, Fred Willard's Marsh was on fire tonight, and doing his proprietary shtick that I've loved since Best in Show. From his opening where, after reporting that Jason Shaw, a Steeler, was dating a supermodel, and exclaiming, "Now that's one person I'd like to trade places with for three hours," only to insist on explaining that he meant he wanted to exchange the football player, and very emphatically not the supermodel, I knew he was back in fine form. In fact, Marsh and Gary's shared scenes were, to borrow a term, "the adorablest," of the episode. Gary's robotic delivery in r... read more

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