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Overview (2)

Nickname Jeannie
Height 5' 8½" (1.74 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Jeanne Taylor is a performer, writer and producer. Jeanne is thrilled to be in the hilarious D.A.D.D.Y. episode, Dope State, as Lindsey Wilkerson on Pluto TV!

You can see Jeanne with Cheryl Hines having a blast at brunch with gal pals.

An Upright Citizen Brigade, Los Angeles performer, she enjoyed a run of her one woman show: CRAFT SERVICE TABLE: THE MUSICAL...A ONE WOMAN SHOW!

The short films she wrote entitled, The Co-star and The Co-star: Master Acting Class, have won multiple awards including a few Best Comedies, Audience Favorite, Women Filmmakers, Short Film, Best Screenplay and 6 Leading Actress awards!!! (She's won six Leading Actress Awards.)

Mrs. Carmody & Mrs. Jellineck: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, is the web series Jeanne wrote and stars in! Winning Best Webseries, Best Comedy Series, and another Leading Actress award for Jeanne.

Jeanne has trained with amazing teachers including Jeffrey Tambor, Abigail Deser (Steppenwolf), Lynn Redgrave (Beverly Hills), Ada Brown Mather (Juilliard), Hal Holbrook (WMU) and Kyle Donnelly (The Actors' Center Chicago).

Jeannie attended Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo for Theatre/Music and California State University, Northridge for Ed Psych. She's a Psychology professor and a L.M.F.T. (Licensed Marriage, Family Therapist).

Jeanne's married to Special Effects Artist, Thom Floutz.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: anonymous

Spouse (1)

Thomas Floutz (? - ?)

Trade Mark (1)

It wasn't a surprise.

Trivia (3)

Jeanne won six Leading Actress Awards, 2014 Women's Independent Film Festival, 2013 & 2014 at Best Shorts Competition, 2014 at The Accolade Competition and 2013 & 2014 at Indie Fest, for her performance in The Co-Star & The Co-Star: Master Acting Class. Other awards for The Co-Star include Best Comedy, Audience Favorite and Women Filmmakers. Her second short, The Co-Star: Master Acting Class won Short Film at Indie Fest, 2014 and Best Screenplay at Women's Independent Film Festival in 2014.
The Co-Star, premiered at L.A. Comedy Shorts Festival, April 2013. In 2014, her second short film, The Co-Star: Master Acting Class premiered at the Egyptian Theatre as part of American Cinematheque's 9th Annual Review of Female Directors and was the only comedy screened. Jeanne wrote and is producing a feature length horror/thriller as her next project entitled The Bottom of Fallow Lake.
During the 1980's, Jeanne earned her Actor's Equity Union candidate points by playing various character roles at Meadow Brook Theatre in Rochester, Michigan and Detroit's Attic Theatre. She then moved to Chicago to pursue her stage career and worked at Victory Gardens, New City Theatre and Zebra Crossing Theater to name a few.

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