Laura Hall is best known as the improvisational pianist on the hit show, "Whose Line is it Anyway", which is currently in production again after a 10 year hiatus, starring a new host, Aisha Tyler. Laura has toured the country doing live performances with "Drew Carey and The Improv Allstars". She's shared the stage with such diverse performers as Roger Daltrey, Robin Williams, Joe Walsh and Richard Simmons.
Laura has written many songs about her personal faith journey and recorded two faith based cds, “All In God's Good Time” and “A Woman of Faith”.
Together with Kelly Macleod and Rick Hall, her band, The Sweet Potatoes, plays original, acoustic Americana music with a fresh twist.
Laura has written music for several indie films, including the score for Slice of Pie, written by and starring her husband, Rick. She also scored an award winning documentary about the holocaust, Swimming in Auschwitz, and the romantic comedies, Anatomy of a Breakup and Look at Me.