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Faith Taylor is a charming and gifted actress, equally adept in comedic and dramatic roles. She is a graduate of Marymount Manhattan’s BFA Acting program, as well as the venerated British American Drama Academy’s Midsummer in Oxford. Faith is talented both in theatre and in front of a camera, possessing a rare combination of loveable, captivating, and edgy. A consummate professional, her dedication and preparedness make her a pleasure to work with. 

Most recently, she made her major motion picture debut in Craig Gillespie’s Dumb Money. She starred in the short film Involuntary with Jack McGee, a project close to her heart, about the illegal dumping of lower-income elderly and dementia patients, who are often abandoned on random sidewalks or in front of homeless shelters. She starred in the series Time Lapse, streaming on Amazon Prime, about a group of friends who discover a device that lets them travel through time. She appeared in the Peacock Original Series Dr. Death, based on the true story of Dr. Christopher Duntsch, a Dallas neurosurgeon who is now serving a life sentence in a Texas prison.

Her many theatre credits include roles in Elijah, a staged reading for The Varsity Theatre Company, Blinking, or the What Play at Dixon Place, Believe Me at The Tank Theatre, Two Girls at The Alternative Theatre, and many roles at Marymount Manhattan including Where We’re Born, Punk Rock, and her amazing, show-stealing portrayal of Esmerelda in The Skin of Our Teeth.





Heather DeAngelo


Aaron Sanko


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