Laura Elsie Dickinson is best known for her extensive work as a series regular on Disney Channel's Emmy award-winning Phineas and Ferb. She’s also featured on the show’s seven chart-topping soundtrack albums, and the Disney Channel Original Movie Phineas and Ferb: Across The Second Dimension. Laura is the singing voice of Tori Spelling's Pirate Princess, Tiffani Thiessen's Misty and several other recurring characters on Jake and The Never Land Pirates. Her newest adventure is Sofia The First, the new Disney Junior movie and series which premiered in November, 2012 to 8.2 million viewers, in addition to her responsibilities as a vocal contractor for Disney TV Animation.

Laura had the great privilege of opening for the legendary Mr. Tony Bennett ringing in 2013 at the Bel Air Hotel.

She recently returned from a North American tour with UK Rockstars Spiritualized promoting their new album Sweet Heart, Sweet Light - which she also sang background vocals on. Prior to that, she was in Baton Rouge heavily contributing her voice to the entire soundtrack for Universal's box office smash Pitch Perfect with a cappella legends Deke Sharon and Ed Boyer (The Sing Off).

Selected television and film credits include Late Night with David Letterman (with Spiritualized), MTV Video Music Awards (with Florence + The Machine), American Idol (background vocals), Modern Family, The 7D, The Emperor’s New School, Fish Hooks, Sonny With A Chance, White Collar, Touch, Supernatural, Cinderella 3, and national commercials for Priceline, Target, Macy's, Subway and NBC’s Last Comic Standing. She has also recorded, toured and performed live for Disney Entertainment Productions in the United States, Canada, and Japan.

She plays out with her all-star 10-piece funk/jazz band: Bernie Dresel, Danny Jacob, Dan Lutz, Mark LeVang, Jim McMillen, Bill Churchville, Brian Scanlon, Chris Tedesco, Terry Landry, and Tom Luer. Fresh arrangements of everything from Sinatra to Chaka.

Laura spends most of her time in the studio on various projects, including Steve Dorff and John Bettis' "Lunch" and Broadway director Phillip William McKinley's new arena rock musical based on the Bible. She recently had the pleasure of singing on Flea’s (Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Bassist) upcoming solo album and RHCPs latest vinyl release, the "I'm With You" B-Sides.

Laura has been the principal vocalist and vocal contractor of The Pageant Of The Masters since 2004, performing with a 29-piece orchestra for over 100,000 people each summer in beautiful Laguna Beach, California. Laura will return seven nights a week summer of 2014 for the production's 81st year. She also musically directs, arranges for and performs with the a cappella rock band formerly known as Groove 66, Vybration. Vybration recently returned from headlining in Hong Kong and is currently touring while continuing to promote music education in schools with the Orange County Performing Arts Center’s ArtsTeach program. She is very excited about her newest a cappella project - VOASIS. This octet is comprised of Los Angeles' top session singers and is the sister group of the famed Santa Fe Desert Chorale, artistically directed by Deke Sharon and musically directed by Greg Jasperse of Vertical Voices and Sixth Wave fame. Laura serves as Mr. Jasperse's assistant musical director.

Growing up in Los Angeles, Laura began studying piano, tap, ballet, and acrobatics at age three. Her first recording session was at age five. She has performed in over 40 professional regional musical theatre productions. Favorite credits include Amneris in Elton John's Aida at the Tuacahn Amphitheatre, and the title role in Evita - eight shows a week with five matinees per week, 95 performances straight at the Lawrence Welk Theatre. Other highlights: three productions of 42nd Street, narrating Joseph twice, Cassie in A Chorus Line, Sally Bowles in Kander & Ebb's Cabaret and musical directing/conducting two subsequent productions, Pitti-Sing in The Hot Mikado (Starlight Theatre, San Diego), Meredith Parker in Bat Boy (AEA Special Appearance), and a critically acclaimed three month run of My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra, directed by Glenn Casale for California Musical Theatre in Sacramento. Laura also led the cast of an amazing new rock opera workshop production (title confidential) narrating and playing rhythm guitar at the Actor's Gang in Culver City, California, and starred as Ethel Merman in the Downey Civic Light Opera's production of Cole, a musical revue of Cole Porter's fantastic songbook. Her performance in Cole won a StageSceneLA award for Outstanding Performance By A Featured Actress. Laura was also featured with the famed Voices Of Liberty at Epcot's 2011 Candlelight Processional in Orlando, Florida and is nominated for Best Cabaret Artist in the 2013 BroadwayWorld Awards.

On top of her busy session singing career, Laura's most recent stage roles were in Footloose (her third production as Vi, Dianne Weist's movie role) and two productions (2012 & 2013) recreating Rosemary Clooney's legendary role in White Christmas to rave reviews for the award-winning San Diego Musical Theatre.

Laura is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA, Actors Equity Association, American Guild Of Variety Artists, BMI, and The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.