Since 2003, Laurence Lau has been actively pursuing his passion for acting in live theatre and stage, along with television and film. Lau’s recent performances include the lead role of George in the Neil Simon play, Chapter Two, directed by Guy Stroman. Lau also understudied two leading roles in the new play by Peter Parnell, Dada Wolf Papa Hot, at the prestigious Lincoln Center in New York City. Other work includes the 1st National Broadway Tour of August: Osage County, starring the acclaimed Estelle Parsons, as well as numerous roles Off Broadway and at regional theatres throughout the US. Lau’s recent television performances include co-starring on CBS’s Elementary, and in the lead role in the pilot, Upstate. Preceding, Lau’s work also include the European Premiere of, The Goat or Who Is Sylvia?, directed by Pam MacKinnon at the Vienna English Theatre in Vienna, Austria.Lau was born in Long Beach, California and became popular in his acting career while playing the role of rich kid Greg Nelson on All My Children (1981–1986), in which his character got involved with a girl from the other side of the tracks, Jenny Gardner (played by actress Kim Delaney). Other notable soap roles include Dr. Jamie Frame on Another World (1986–1990) and as attorney Sam Rappaport on One Life to Live (2001–2003).