About Charlotte Lawrence
Indie-pop singer-songwriter Charlotte Lawrence specializes in catchy songs with a dark emotional edge.
• Lawrence comes from a famous—though not musical—family. Her mother is sitcom actress Christa Miller, and her father is TV producer Bill Lawrence, creator of Scrubs.
• Lawrence began taking piano lessons at age 5 and wrote her first song when she was 12, the same year she began teaching herself guitar.
• In 2017, after releasing a handful of singles and launching a modeling career, Lawrence scored a viral hit with her sultry version of the Grease favourite “You’re the One That I Want”.
• Lawrence considers songwriting a “therapeutic outlet”. Listen to 2019’s “Why Do You Love Me” and “God Must Be Doing Cocaine” to see what she means.
• Lawrence made the jump to multiplexes when her revenge anthem “Joke’s On You” landed on the all-female soundtrack to the 2020 DC Comics film Birds of Prey.
HOMETOWNLos Angeles, CA
BORN08 June 2000