Classical training in both dance and voice is only
the start of what makes Taylor Moss one to watch
as her career is taking shape! As a young teen, she is already a versatile actress, vocalist, dancer,
and variety performer.

Taylor recently starred in the award winning
films, "Infectus", "Knock Knock", and "Tsirk".
She has also completed production on several other films, including starring in "Cries Unheard".
Recent stage work includes playing Savannah in "Freaky Friday" (Vanity Theatre), Scarlett in "Clue"
(Black Box Theatre), Mary in "First Kisses"
(Center Stage), and Belle in "Beauty and the Beast"
(Black Box Theatre).

In addition to acting and dance classes, year round training with professional circus performers
and vocal training elevates her skills to the next
level. She is an exceptional athlete. Focused
training in circus skills such as flying trapeze,
aerial skills (silks, aerial hoop/lyra, corde
lisse/spanish web, contortion, acro/tumbling, clowning, hula hoops, and more) help Taylor
stand out from the crowd. She also loves to
study Russian culture and has attended
several Russian immersion language camps.

Taylor's dreams to one day run away
& join the circus.
One guarantee; wherever she goes,
she will be performing.
Taylor is represented theatrically by Jeffrey Loseff Management, from Los Angeles to New York,
and by agent Scott Tucker of Talent Fusion.
Taylor Moss in the Washington Post
"Taylor Moss offers hope for the future.
She is an actress, an aerialist, a dancer and
a model with a sublimely photogenic face."
- Karen Heller, The Washington Post