Lara Parmiani (known also as Lara Parmiani-Williams) is a British Italian actress. She trained at Accademia Dei Filodrammatici in Milan and at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. She also spent some time in Paris studying with Jean Paul Denison, from Peter Brook's company, and attended physical theatre workshops with Peter Flaszen in Florence and Complicite' in London.
Lara has experience in most theatrical genres, from Physical Theatre to the classics, from musical to new writing which she's also produced with her company LegalAliens.
On screen, she made her debut in the mid 90s in the the Italian TV show Ciao Ciao Mattina. TV experience also includes the BBC series "He knew he was right", and the pilot "Hollow Bones". Films include "Nine days of hell", "Yours in solidarity" "Berberian Sound Studio" (Frightfest winner in 2012) and the Bond movie "Spectre".
Lara's diverse background - a mix of Italian, Hungarian, Jewish and British - has allowed her to play characters from all over the world - Italian, Spanish, French, Eastern European, British and even Moroccan.