Laurel Griggs

Laurel Griggs Bio

Laurel Griggs is a Broadway actress who appeared in several movies and TV shows. According to heavy, she has died at the age of 13. She passed away on Tuesday, November 5, 2019. She has passed away suddenly from a massive asthma attack.

Griggs was born on 28 June 2006, and She was the daughter of Andrew Griggs (father) and Elizabeth Rivlin (mother). Griggs lived in New York City with her parents and attended public school at the time of her death.

Laurel Griggs Age

She was just 13 years old as of 2019.

Laurel Griggs Career

She made her debut on Broadway in 2013 as Polly in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof alongside Scarlett Johansson. Her other credits on IMDB include Turkish Girl in the TV series Louie, Evelyn’s daughter in Cafe Society, and Jessica/Willow on SNL.

Griggs was the longest-running Ivanka in the Tony Award-winning musical Once on Broadway. She performed the role for 17 months while also being at school full time.

Cause of Death

Griggs passed away on Tuesday, November 5, at the age of 13. A funeral service was held on Friday. She has passed away suddenly from a massive asthma attack.

Laurel Griggs Tribute

On Facebook, however, fellow performer Lance Roberts wrote a tribute post that identified the cause of death as asthma. He wrote Words can’t express how I feel about the sudden loss of our littlest no neck monster from Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. She was seven then. I went into ONCE on Broadway. We lost her yesterday to asthma at 13. RIP dear Laurel Griggs.

On Friday, actress Eliza Holland Madore took to Instagram to post a tribute to Griggs. She wrote I am deeply saddened by the sudden loss of one of my Ivanka sisters.

Laurel- you were always smiling and always made other people laugh. I’m so incredibly grateful that I got to know you. You will never be forgotten, and we will never stop loving you. Everybody in the Once Family is going to keep you alive through us. R.I.P. My heart goes to her family.

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