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As a child, Taylor wrote fairy tales. From age twelve, Taylor pursued acting and singing. She attended the Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan.:84 She joined the Groundlings for two years.:57
Her television credits include Game of Thrones, Gideon's Crossing, Alias (hired by J.J. Abrams), Everwood (hired by Greg Berlanti), Tell Me You Love Me, and Cupid. She also co-created Jack & Bobby.
Taylor wrote Hope Springs, a 2012 film directed by David Frankel, with Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones, and Steve Carell. Carell played Dr. Feld, “a marriage therapist who tries to help a couple rekindle their loveless relationship after 31 years of marriage.”
She co-wrote the screenplay for the 2014 sci-fi action film Divergent.
Awards and nominations
She was nominated for a Primetime Emmy (Outstanding Drama Series) in 2012, and a WGA Award—TV (Drama Series) in 2013, both for Game of Thrones. She was also nominated for a WIN Outstanding Writer Award (Outstanding Film or Show Written by a Woman) in 2012 for Hope Springs.
- Meyers, Lawrence (June 2, 2010). Inside the TV Writers' Room: Practical Advice for Succeeding in Television. Syracuse University Press. ISBN 0-8156-3241-X.
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