Christian has lent her voice to numerous radio, TV, film, audiobook and non-broadcast projects. Hear samples of her work at neighborladyvo.com
Christian’s recent credits include castings for Awana International, Brookfield Zoo, Hunter Douglas and Zondervan Publishing. Christian’s performance training and work in front of the mic and camera, paired with her behind the mic and camera experience, gives her unique credibility at the casting table.
“Christian helped us produce a series of pilot episodes of a proposed talk show. She organized the project, identified and assembled the crew, and managed the shooting days with professionalism and a great, infectious enthusiasm. She is a joy to work with!”
Phil Vischer – Creator of Veggie Tales, Executive Producer Jellyfish Labs, philvischer.com
“Christian’s warm personality along with knowledge of the casting process as both talent and casting director make the process a pleasant experience for both the producers and the talent. She understands the perspective from both sides and is able to put the talent at ease, making way for great performances and giving the project the best options for on screen talent.”
Sandra Gordon – Executive Producer, Top Bunk Entertainment
“Working with Christian was always a pleasure. She is a constant professional, very accessible, approachable, and conscientious and a good communicator. Her skills as a producer are seasoned and polished.”
Catherine Sherrier – Applied Creative Training
Christian began her teaching career in 1998 at a small private school in Washington, DC. Over the course of the next 15 years she taught Drama, Music, Computer and Physical Education to kids ages 3-18. Today she teaches acting and improv workshops and classes in the Chicagoland area.
“Christian Taylor is a fantastic acting teacher. Not only does she use creative games and exercises to help you “get in to character,” but she utilizes them to form a bond in the class that truly creates a memorable experience. Her great talent, teaching skills, and genuine care for her students make for one amazing, fast and fun filled course.”
Liz Rubenic – Wheaton Academy
Like many actors before her, Christian’s acting career began in made- for-the-living-room dramas performed for her parents and their friends. Her love for drama was nurtured at the Theatrical Arts Society of The Stony Brook School in New York and grew to maturity at The Catholic University in Washington, DC where she graduated with a BA in Drama in 1988.
After college, Christian was cast in Tour 40 with National Players as Hero in Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” and Muriel the Goat in George Orwell’s “Animal Farm.” National Players is the nation’s longest running theatrical touring company, now in it’s 65th season.
Christian is a member of SAG-AFTRA and has been performing on stage and screen for over 30 years with many credits to her name. You will find her resume here.
Christian can be found each week on The Phil Vischer Podcast – a fast-paced and often funny conversation about pop culture, media, theology and the endless fun of living a thoughtful Christian life in an increasingly post-Christian culture. Tune in weekly for the latest conversation. Subscribe on iTunes
You may have caught glimpses of Christian on an endcap advertisement in Walgreens, a pamphlet in your doctor’s office, a women’s clothing catalogue or on a website you recently visited. Christian has found niche working as a print model in Chicago’s healthcare industry and is always looking forward to her next booking.