TG: What’s the funniest thing that’s happened to you while on the set of Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn?
L: I have a clumsy side. I am known to enter a scene and face plant or trip and fall on many occasions.
TG: What’s it like playing the only girl among three boy siblings?
L: It has advantages and disadvantages. I can't have girl talk with them or talk about the latest fashion trends. It is very similar to real siblings! You get along one day, and other days not so much.
L: I am super energetic and quirky. We are both impatient and like for things to happen quick! I would say we are both fearless, care about siblings and are always looking to have fun and be with friends and family.
TG: When did you decide you wanted to be an actor?
L: I fell into theatre at 8 years old and realized I loved being in front of an audience and making people laugh. I had an incredible director who taught me how to work hard and realize the benefits. I knew very early I wanted to be an actor.
TG: What or who inspired you to want to become an actor?
L: My music teacher at school told my mom she needed to put me in a acting class and that she could tell I would be good at it! Next thing I know, my mum signed me up and the rest is history.
TG: What is your favourite thing to do in your spare time?
L: Tumbling, paint, shopping, beach, and playing with my pets.