Taylor studied acting at NYU Tisch and Bard College, graduating from Bard in 2011 with a BA in Theatre. He received additional training from the British Academy of Dramatic Arts at Oxford University and through special study with Joanne Akalaitis, performing in her staging of Caryl Churchill’s Blue Heart at Bard College and participating in intensive workshops with her throughout college. For his senior “thesis” performance, Taylor played Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire, a daring production that met with acclaim throughout the community and attracted audiences from out of state.
In 2012, Taylor signed with Stars the Agency in San Francisco and has since appeared in over 40 performances, including major roles in films; plays, such as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet at the Castello Di Amorosa in Calistoga; musicals, such as Brother Leo in Francis in the Schools, a play performed to over two thousand disadvantaged Bay Area schoolchildren; corporate industrials; national commercials; motion capture video games; and national television programs.
Taylor played the lead in Prep School, a film premiering throughout the Bay Area this spring (see www.prepschoolmovie.com). He has also had leading roles in Discovery Channel’s I Almost Got Away With It, Japan's most popular television show, World's Most Astonishing News, and Senn—winner of the best local feature film at the San Francisco’s Another Hole in the Head Indie-Fest (see www.sennition.com). Combining science fiction with innovative music and cyber graphics, Senn creates a new blend of genres for film. Senn is currently generating much international acclaim; screenings throughout the U.S., London, Sweeden and potentially Tokyo.