TATE TAYLOR has been acting, writing and directing in Los Angeles for over a decade. A native of Mississippi, Tate's Television credits include: Six Feet Under, Queer as Folk, The Drew Carey Show, Charmed and I Spy. Tate also appeared in the feature film ROMEY AND MICHELLE'S HIGH SCHOOL REUNION. Tate originated the role of "TJ" in Del Shores critically acclaimed play, "Southern Baptist Sissies." Tate can currently be seen starring opposite Olivia Newton John in Del Shores television series Sordid Lives.
Tate's writing and directing credits include the multi award winning short film CHICKEN PARTY. Tate wrote and directed his first feature film PRETTY UGLY PEOPLE in 2007 which went on to play at thirty-five festivals, winning top honors at eight and was theatrically released in 2009 by Osiris Entertainment.
In addition, Tate has acquired film rights to the New York Times bestselling novel "The Help" by Kathryn Stockett (Penguin Publishing) which Tate adapted into a screenplay. He plans to direct the feature in May 2010. Chris Columbus and Michael Barnathan of 1492 Films have joined to produce the film with Brunson Green of Harbinger Pictures.
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