Work Experience

Legends and Lies
NASA Eclips
A Haunting
I Love College 
The Final Hours

Hope's Legacy

Suburban Supernova

When It Rings
Truth or Dare

Stage Fright

The Christmas Ranch
In-Lawfully Yours

Master Class
The Bradbury (ep. 1-4)

Cora Walker (supporting)


Jane (lead)

Mary Fox (lead)

Fisher (supporting)

Amy Taylor (lead)

Lizzy Evans (lead)

Jordan (lead)

Tamina (lead)

Tami Hoode (supporting)
Young Donna (supporting)

Jackie Reyes (lead)

McKenzie Hewitt (lead)

Becky Anderson (supporting)

Lizzy Evans (lead)

Sweet Young Thing (supporting)


Kelly Lane (lead)

Warm Springs Productions
National Institute of Aerospace
US Army
New Dominion Pictures
Snowwood Productions
KS Productions

Douglas B. Maddox, Director

Steven Markowitz, Director

Timothy Puder, Director
Tyrone Tan, Director
Nick Simon, Director

Jordan Work, Director

Michael McClendon, Director
Scotty Curlee, Director
Douglas B. Maddox, Director
Robert Kirbyson, Director

Kevin Spacey
Beecher Reuning & Samantha Butler





Speech and Character Study//Gary Owston

Chubbuck Technique//Ivana Chubbuck Studio
Scene Study and Cold Reading//JD Lewis
Commercial Workshop//The Actor's Lab
Improv//Pat Dortch
Personal Coaching for Screen//Mimi Eisman
Meisner Technique//Derek Martin
Screen Acting//Rob Pralgo
Voice//Cathie Clarkson, Kathi-Lee Wilson 
Dance//Derek Martin
Stage Combat//Dr. Michael Hill-Kirkland

special skills

Adaptable | Dialects: Standard American, Irish-American, Southern American, RP | Zumba enthusiast | drawing | painting | singing (soprano, mezzo soprano, alto) | yoga | running | stage makeup | special effects makeup | swimming | driver's license | horseback | horse wrangling  teleprompter | scuba | basic sewing | barista skills | valid passport | rollerblading | hiking | soccer | basketball

Taylor is the perfect student and a very fine actress. She is always punctual, professional and “present”. Her acting talent is plain to see: Taylor interprets text very intelligently, has  great technical skills and furthermore, is so quick to adopt new techniques in rehearsal which is very helpful and appreciated. Her performances are always interesting, adroit and appropriately dramatic. I have absolutely no qualms in recommending her highly and would welcome any further discussion.


Gary Owston

Senior Voice and Dialect Professor, The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, UK.

Director of The Bristol Acting Academy

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