Katherine Taylor is an Australian actress. She made her film debut opposite AFI Award winner Annie Byron in the Screen Australia film Glory (2007). In 2010, she relocated to New York City to train at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. Much of her work has focused on human rights and social justice issues, including Late Tuesday (2009), a film by New Zealand director and cinematographer Jenna Eriksen which sought to expose the prevalence of sexual violence against young women; the anti-bullying performance of "Really Don't Care" at the Teen Choice Awards 2014 (2014) opposite Demi Lovato and Cher Lloyd; aerial performances in One Billion Rising by Eve Ensler, the largest mass action in history to combat violence against women; and, the PSA 'One In A Million', directed and co-written by Emmy Award winner Suzanne Luna and produced by Emmy Award nominee Johanna Stein, which aimed to raise awareness about domestic violence and abuse. She was instrumental in launching the Stella Adler Outreach Program, led by Tommy Demenkoff, for teenagers in addiction recovery at the Phoenix House Academy of Los Angeles in 2015, and has been recognized as an Australian artist of exceptional talent by the Ian Potter Cultural Trust. She resides in Los Angeles, California with her husband.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Beyond The Sky||January 1, 1970|