Lori's height is 5' 10½" (1.79 m).
Her parents immigrated to the US from Canada.
Lori is Jewish.
In addition to her being the star of VR5, she was also voted 'One of the most Beautiful People' by People Magazine in 1995.
Her role in the 1995 television series VR5 was originally written for a male.
Lori decided to divorce Richard in 1996 due to his unfaithfulness and physically abuse.
Lori and her former husband, Richard Emery, have a son, Jacques Rio Singer-Emery, together. Jacques was born in March of 1991.
In 1981, Lori married Richard Emery. Their marriage lasted for 16 years.
Lori has 3 brothers; Marc, Claude and her twin, Gregory.
She competed with Madonna for the role of Julie Miller in the 80's TV series Fame, and Lori obviously won the part.
Lori started taking acting lessons at the age of 17.
She won the Bergen Philarmonic Competition for Cello in 1980.
At the age of 12, Lori made her musical debut, as a Cello soloist with the Oregon Symphony.
Her mother, Leslie Singer, is a concert pianist.
Her father, Jacques Singer, is a famous symphony conductor.
Lori's charity of choice is DISHES, an organization determined to help children coping with HIV.
She is the sister of actor Marc Singer.
Lori played the Cello on the TV series Fame.
Lori was a cello prodigy and attended Juilliard at the age of 14.