Laurie Graff, author of the bestselling You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs, currently reissued having received multiple printings here and abroad, has also written the novels Looking for Mr. Goodfrog and The Shiksa Syndrome. Reading about frogs at the
Turtle Pond in Central Park
A contributor to No Kidding, Complaint Box NY Times, Live Alone and Like It, It's A Wonderful Lie, Scenes from a Holiday, and the upcoming No Kidding (2013), her work is included in New Monologues for Women by Women and Best Men's Stage Monologues of 1999. One-act plays All My Problems, Telephone Call for Francine Stein, Love in the Time of Recession, and Charlie & Flo (at PS NBC) have been produced at WorkShop Theater Company where she is a member.
Her favorite acting role was "Frenchy," in the Broadway hit Grease, she plays herself in the documentary Mr. Right, and promotional appearances include Fox & Friends, Better TV, Joan Hamburg, SiriusXM, CNN Radio, and ABC World News Now.
Laurie lives in New York City.