Taylor Negron

Movie Actor

Taylor Negron was born in Glendale, California, United States on August 1st, 1957 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 57, Taylor Negron biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
August 1, 1957
United States
Place of Birth
Glendale, California, United States
Death Date
Jan 10, 2015 (age 57)
Zodiac Sign
$1 Million
Actor, Film Actor, Painter, Screenwriter, Television Actor
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Taylor Negron Life

Brad Stephen "Taylor" Negron (August 1, 1957 – January 10, 2015) was an American actor, comedian, painter, and playwright.

Early life

Negron was born in Glendale, California, the son of Puerto Rican couple Lucy (née Rosario) and Conrad Negron, Sr. His cousin is singer and musician Chuck Negron, of Three Dog Night fame. He grew up in La Cañada Flintridge, California, and graduated from the University of California Los Angeles.

Personal life

Negron was gay.


Taylor Negron Career


Negron's career in comedy began while he was still in high school with a stand-up appearance at the Comedy Store in West Hollywood. Negron devolved into a Hollywood extra and a longtime contestant on Chuck Barris' ABC daytime show The Dating Game, as well as a recurring contestant.

Negron was introduced to dramatic and comedic legends Lee Strasberg and Lucille Ball before his film debut. Negron served as Strasberg's assistant during a work-study course at the Actors Studio. Negron spent 1977-1980 as Ball's intern while she was a guest tutor at the Sherwood Oaks Experimental College.

Negron's motion picture appearances included Angels in the Outfield, The Aristocrats; Better Off Dead, Call Me Claus; the tenacious son-in-law of Rodney Dangerfield's character; Fast Times in Love, Stuart Little, How I Got to College; and Amy Heckerling's Vamps.

Among Negron's television appearances on Hill Street Blues, That's So Raven, So Little Time, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, The Ben Stiller Show, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Reno 911!, My Wife, and Kids, Seinfeld, ER, Party of Five, and Falcon Crest. He co-starred in Smart Guy and Wizards of Waverly Place, in addition to being a semiregular participant on Off Beat Cinema. He appeared in Comedy Central's UnCabaret special as well as its Amazon episodes. In one episode of the 2013 web series Romantic Encounters, he appeared as Melinda Hill's date. In Season 1, Episode 5 of The Comedians starring Billy Crystal and Josh Gad, his last television appearance was as an acting coach. On March 16, 1970, he appeared on an episode of The Dating Game.

He wrote The Unbearable Lightness of Being Taylor Negron, a tale and song directed by opera singer David Schweitzer and co-starring singer/songwriter Logan Heftel in 2008. In the Edinburgh Comedy Festival's Green Room, the show premiered to critical acclaim. It also appeared in the 2009 Best of New York Solo Festival at the SoHo Playhouse and at the Barrow Street Theater. "The underlying theme of this spellbinding hour seems to be Nietzschean – 'that which does not kill me makes me strong," Kate Copstick of The Scotsman wrote about it. And if that doesn't sound like out-and-out comedy, that's fine. Because the program is not out-and-out comedy, the comedian will not be able to perform. It's a blend of music, storytelling, and comedies. His comedy essays have been published in the anthology Dirty Laundry (Phoenix Books) and Love West Hollywood: Reflections of Los Angeles (Alyson Books).

Negron's play Gangster Planet, a four-character domestic comedy set during the 1992 Los Angeles riots, was revived by director Justin Tanner as a Critics' Choice by the Los Angeles Times. Downward Facing Bitch, a suspense comedy, was created by director Kiff Scholl. Negron was a regular contributor to Wendy Hammer's "Sit and Spin," Jill Solloway's "Sit and Spin," and Hilary Carlip's online magazine Fresh Yarns, as well as the Huffington Post. Negron fused standup, dada poetry, and stream of consciousness storytelling in the United States, and was one of the original recipients of the UnCabaret, dubbed "The Mother Show of Alternative Comedy" by the Los Angeles Weekly.

Negron, a Los Angeles painter, has had his work included in solo exhibits at Laemmle Royal Theater and the Hotel de Ville Lifestyle. Negron completed studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in San Francisco and the Art Students League in New York City, although he skipped his first art school education at 19 years old. Henri Matisse, Jean-Édouard Vuillard, Don Bachardy, and David Hockney all influenced his art.