Taylor is a Los Angeles, Chicago, and Atlanta-based actor, singer and writer.
Taylor's recent projects include a lead role in the comedic short Thorns directed by Marlee Roberts and starring in the the Hollywood Fringe Festival production of Stand Down the March directed by Irene Marquette. She also played a lead role as a pacifist hippie in the musical short film 1968 which showed at Dances with Films, and she provided lead voice over for The Counselor, a short thriller that played in several festivals and won Best Short at the Green Bay Film Festival.
She was born and raised in San Francisco, and studied at Northwestern University, where she earned a B.A. in Theater, a Musical Theater Certificate, and a Playwriting Certificate.
Taylor does all sorts of fun things like learning how to play the mountain dulcimer and performing as princesses for birthday parties. She has taken classes UCB, Second City, iO, Acting Studio Chicago, the Green Room Studio, and with the Neo-Futurists. Taylor is always on the look out for mountains to ski on, languages to learn, and dance floors to rock out on.