At the age of 15, Laura Berlin was discovered by a model agency and worked as a model during her school education. Two years later she changed the agency with VIVA models and she goes on catwalks for Boss, Balenciaga, Michalsky and Fornarina. She is currently working for IMG Models and is a regular guest in Paris and Milan. Already as a seventeen-year-old she appeared on the cover picture of the Italian edition of Elle. Other titles and numerous campaigns and editorials in prestigious magazines followed. Since her school year 2009, she has been working as a model as a full-time model, and is a member of important model agencies throughout the world.
After Laura Berlin had first acting experience in the school theater and private acting coaching, director Thomas Freundner gave the nineteen-year-old high school graduate the title role in his ARD fairy-tale film Schneewittchen. For the first time, she appeared as an actress on TV, acting alongside established actors such as Sonja Kirchberger, Jaecki Schwarz, Martin Brambach and Jörg Schüttauf. Further film projects resulted from the collaboration with a show house.
She also worked as a commercial advisor and was involved in several commercials of well-known brands as well as in a music video of Oomph! In the films Rubinrot (2013), Saphirblau (2014) and Smaragdgrün (2016) from the book series Liebe geht durch alle Zeiten, she took over the role of Charlotte Montrose. In 2016, Berlin played the lead role in the music video 1.40m of Prince Pi. In the series Binny und der Geist, she took over a guest role as a bewildered ghost girl.