Who is Laura Marie Moore? Meet 'Worst Cooks in America' recruit who joined the show wanting to be 'wifey'
Laura would keep asking 'where is my rose', 'The Bachelor' style whenever she did great during challenges that chef Anne Burrell and Carla Hall designed for the recruits
Laura Marie Moore is currently seen on 'Worst Cooks in America' Season 21. She started off in the competition, her tryst with cooking being as ruinous as possible but on Sunday (January 24) night's episode, she managed to ace the skill drill challenge after making the best tasting fried chicken sandwich and also was able to safeguard her position for one more week in the competition after doing well in the main dish challenge too. Here we tell you all about the beautiful kitchen recruit.
What is Laura Marie Moore's job?
Laura is a cheerleader for the LA Kings Ice Crew hockey team. She is also a model and an actress, and she's repped by Aqua Talent Agency. Her website states that the Los Angeles based charmer has learned to be in the limelight since childhood. She performed 'The Sound of Music's 'Do-Re-Mi' in her school talent show and it was since that time that Laura fostered a passion for performing. Before doing so, she completed her high school graduation and then began training at Michigan State University after which she landed her first feature film role. Her website states that she has traveled abroad to research and perform the works of Shakespeare in Siena, Italy.
Laura's IMDb has 'The Bachelor Parody' a mini web series listed under her acting credits. She has modeled for a couple of magazines already, according to her Instagram page that also reveals that she recently shot for a pilot episode of a TV series and if everything works out, 'Worst Cooks' is not the only thing that she'd be known for to the audience. Her page further reveals that she was also on 'Let's Make a Deal' with Wayne Brady.
Laura keeps asking "where is my rose" 'The Bachelor' style and joined the competition wanting to be 'wifey' material, she declared in the very first episode. Speaking about what helped her maintain a helped her in the kitchen and in the competition to an outlet, Laura said it was mostly her positive attitude. “Working in the NHL has taught me so much about the value of a positive attitude. Whether my team is up by 4 or down by 10, it’s my job to keep the energy up. If you can commit to positivity, I believe you can do anything. This translates DIRECTLY to cooking. When you don’t really know what you’re doing, you can’t be surprised when you make a mistake. So you also can’t let those mistakes get you down. In the kitchen, Chef Anne Burrell has a fix for just about anything. You just have to stay positive and charge onward till you find a solution," she said.
Catch Laura's journey in the kitchen on 'Worst Cooks in America' every Sunday night at 9 pm ET on Food Network.