|Height||5' 7" (1.7 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Taylor Lawrence (aka Jennifer Taylor Lawrence), an Australian-born actress, voice-over artist and producer, began her extensive career in the arts as a classical ballet dancer. Shifting her focus to acting, Taylor moved from Australia to London, training at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts and the London Studio Centre. Several years appearing on the West End stage followed, including roles opposite Woody Harrelson and Jenny Seagrove in "Night of the Iguana" (Lyric Theatre), "National Hero" alongside Timothy West and Nichola McAuliffe (Pleasance Theatre and National Tour), "Nevemore" (New Wimbledon Studio), and as Estelle in Jean Paul Sartre's "In Camera" at the Tristan Bates.
As a hugely sought-after voice-over artist, Taylor (aka Jennifer Taylor Lawrence) is well known to many video game fans as the voice of Shadow Marshall Luger in Sony's "Killzone" and has lent her vocal talents to many other titles, including BioWare's "Dragonage", "SOCOM Confrontation", "LEGO Lord of the Rings", "LEGO Legends of Chima" and "Brave" for Disney Pixar.
Taylor (aka Jennifer Taylor Lawrence) began her on-screen career appearing opposite Richard Armitage in "Staged" following which she moved to Los Angeles in 2011, her many film and television credits include Det. Sarah Harper in "Shrinking Violet", Lilith in "Devil Came Near", Dr Baker in "Abyss of Being", Angela in "Excess Baggage", and looking forward to roles as Debra Murphy in up-coming feature "After Tuesday" and Jess Taylor in Western Credence.
She has also had great success as the founder of Thorny Devil Productions, established in London in 2010 Producing for Thorny Devil out of both London and Los Angeles and more recently Australia, Taylor has been the driving force behind many of their productions and successes. Their short films "Shrinking Violet" and "A Quiet Courage" both premiered at Hollywood's famous Chinese Theatre, and micro-short "Advice" was an award winner at the Los Angeles Reel Film Festival. In addition, Thorny Devil's comic horror "Six 2nds to Die" became a part of horror anthology "Shortcuts to Hell: Volume 1", released on iTunes and blinkbox, as well as being screened on the Horror Channel. They repeated their success the following year with "Somniloquy" which became one of the more sinister chapters of Volume II and moving forward soon to be developed into a feature. She also produced the winner of the commercial competition at Shriekfest Horror Film Festival in Los Angeles.
Thorny Devil HQ looks forward to collaborations with companies in the US, UK and Australia as Taylor continues to push Thorny Devil Productions forward, moving in to feature films, television, and more.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: James Card