Actor. Artist. Adventurer.
Professional actor and international performing artist, Tayler Beth Anderson grew up in the Sacramento, California theatre community from the age of six. She went on to receive her BFA in Acting from Syracuse University, where she trained in New York City, Los Angeles, and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London – getting bit by the travel bug. After a number of years working in NYC and regionally, Tayler Beth followed her wanderlust to fifty-five countries (and counting!) working as a lead vocalist for Hong Kong Disneyland and aboard AIDA Cruise Lines. For her next adventure, Tayler Beth is heading to Los Angeles to see what the City of Angels has to offer. In the meantime, you can find her consuming an exorbitant amount of sushi, crying over her love of dogs, and working to become a better ally, activist, and all around human.
The Fox on the Fairway
Cortland Repertory Theatre
"Anderson's Louise is a standout as the betrothed ingenue beset by crying jags at one end of the emotional meter [...Louise's Lucille Ball-like blubbering...], while acting as an informative Greek chorus in several scenes at the other end. "
~ Tony Curulla, syracuse.com
"Anderson was a riot with her pouting, quivering face that breaks into tears in a second. And her character can't lie. She is a master at conveying emotion."
~ Katie Keyser, Cortland Standard
"Most of the responsibility for keeping this kite up in the air goes to veteran Tayler Beth Anderson, [fondly remembered from Cortland Rep’s 2014 Boeing Boeing, she] plumbs the possibilities of Louise’s earnestness, not unlike Progressive Insurance’s Flo."
~ James MacKillop,
Syracuse New Times
Tea in the Afternoon
Theatre Row, NYC
"The connection between Alice Spivak and Tayler Beth Anderson was there right from the start, palpable, volatile, unstable, unhealthy, and sometimes even loving, a commendation both to how the two actors work together and to Nick Corley's direction."
"The acting of Alice Spivak and Tayler Beth Anderson was so grounded in reality that I felt like I was eavesdropping on this intimate play."
~ Eva Heinemann, facebook.com/hidramas
'Tis Pity She's a Whore
"But moments of sudden brilliant, blistering clarity split the stuffy air, as when the manic mistress Hippolita (Tayler Beth Anderson) unleashes a hellfire deluge of anger, love hate, all amalgamated into some bestial, throaty growls."
~Greg Cwik, Green Room Reviews