Christian Taylor (VIII)

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Christian Taylor was born Christian Clark Johnson in Biloxi, Mississippi to Jim and Vicki Johnson. The first of four girls, Christian grew up in Laurel, Mississippi through the age of 13. She attended the Stony Brook School in Stony Brook, NY for high school where she fell in love with acting. Christian received her BA in Drama from The Catholic ... See full bio »

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 2020 The Girl Who Wore Freedom (Documentary)
 2019 Mags n Mel (TV Series)
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- Streaking (2019) ... Kathy Watson
 2012 Two Days in February
Bar Patron
 2011 Fancypants
Groupie #3
 2010 Ordinary World (Short)
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 2022 Grueling Glory I March to Carentan (Short) (executive producer)
 2020 The Girl Who Wore Freedom (Documentary) (development executive) / (producer)
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  The Letter: A Lovecraftian Tale (extra casting director) (post-production)
 2020 The Girl Who Wore Freedom (Documentary) (executive in charge of casting)
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 2020 The Girl Who Wore Freedom (Documentary) (Screenwriter)
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 2020 The Girl Who Wore Freedom (Documentary)
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 2012 What's in the Bible? Vol 9: God Speaks! (Video) (production manager)
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 2019 Losing Ground (Documentary)

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Christian's first public interview subject was Senator Dan Quayle after Ronald Reagan's 1986 State of the Union address.

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