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RACHAEL TAYLOR's (Anne) appearance in the global hit Transformers for Paramount/DreamWorks, produced by Steven Spielberg, directed by Michael Bay and starring opposite Shia LaBeouf, Jon Turturro and Jon Voight, brought her international attention.

She then starred in the lead role in the psychological thriller Shutter for 20th Century Fox and New Regency. Also that year, Taylor completed filming the US feature Bottle Shock, starring opposite Alan Rickman, Bill Pullman and Chris Pine. The film premiered at 2008 Sundance Film Festival where Taylor was honored as one of the "7 Fresh Faces in Film." The film opened to great critical reviews in the United States in September 2008.

Taylor then returned to Australia to star in the critically acclaimed feature film Cedar Boys with Martin Henderson and Les Chantery. After that, she returned to New York to star in a lead role in the US comedy film Splinterheads, and then moved to Belfast to shoot the psychological thriller Ghost Machine, opposite Luke Ford and Sean Faris.

In 2009, Taylor shot the lead role in the US HBO network's pilot episode of "Washingtonienne,” a new TV series by executive producer Sarah Jessica Parker. She then returned to outback Australia to shoot the feature Summer Coda, which was the first film to sell out at MIFF 2010 and was released in October 2010.

Also in 2010, Taylor completed filming Australian feature film Red Dog, starring opposite Josh Lucas and directed by Kriv Stenders. That summer, she shot The Darkest Hour on location in Moscow, Russia; and towards the end of the year, she was in Melbourne filming a lead role opposite Josh Lawson in Working Dog's romantic comedy 25, directed by Rob Sitch.

Taylor's success has continued in 2011. She is the new face of the BONDS Australia campaign across the country. Early this year, she filmed a recurring role in ABC-TV's "Grey's Anatomy,” and shortly after a lead role in the pilot for "Charlie's Angels.” The series shoots on location in Miami during the second half of 2011. In between television projects, Taylor will film a lead role in the thriller Loft with James Marsden and Wentworth Miller.


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