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|Born||Lauryn Kathleen Lawler|
05 August 1997 (age 22)
|Height||5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)|
Lauryn Kathleen Lawler was born on August 05, in Liverpool, England.
Lawler attended North Liverpool Academy from 2008 and then graduated in 2013. After graduation, Lawler focused her studies and main interests in art, music, performing arts, and modelling.
Lawler began illustrating drawings when she was 7 years old. She used to spend her time as a child creating freehand drawings on Microsoft Paint. Lawler studied different kinds of art styles and artists through children’s books researching illustrators such as Quentin Blake and Chris Riddell. Lawler made many drawings and art pieces of singer Madonna who was Lawler’s idol and childhood hero. Beforehand, she was gifted a Madonna in art book and was inspired by the art. She had a desire to create her own manga book as she developed her drawing skills towards the manga style but focused on her education and modelling.
Capital of Culture
Lawler made a bench design during primary school for Capital of Culture and her design was selected out of all the pupils in her school. Her entry was then sent off to Capital of Cultures head office and her design was displayed on an online voting poll versus other competitors. Lawler's unique design was reaching to hundreds of votes. The end result shown that Lawler's entry had the most votes and she was announced as the winner of the competition.  Lawler was congratulated by all the staff at her school for her hard work and achievement.
Lawler's bench design was in the process of being constructed and it was not revealed until a year later. It was built by B Rourke & Co Ltd. Following that year, Lawler received a special invitation to finally see the finished product. Lawler was awarded with a Capital of Culture certificate followed by her bench which is currently displayed in the playground of Lawler's childhood school, Kirkdale St. Lawrence. On the day Lawler was awarded, she met television producer and screenwriter Phil Redmond, chairman of UK Capital of Culture, and was featured on the front page of the Liverpool Echo. 
- 2009 - Lawler won an award in 2009 during high school for best story teller.
- 2009 - Lawler was awarded Capital of Culture certification followed by her bench she designed which is currently displayed in the playground of Lawler's childhood school.
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