Taylor Negron

Taylor Negron

American actor
Date of Birth: 07.08.1957
Country: USA

  1. Biography of Taylor Negron
  2. Early Life
  3. Acting Career

Biography of Taylor Negron

Taylor Negron, born Brad T. Negron on August 1, 1957, in Glendale, California, USA, is an American actor with a relatively impressive body of work, confirming his status as a multi-talented individual. He was often cast in comedies of the 1980s and performed in the genre of stand-up comedy and humorous improvisation. Various sources report that his book, a collection of stories entitled "Remade as Fiction," is set to be released.

Taylor Negron

Early Life

Taylor Negron grew up in Pasadena, California, as the son of Conrad Negron, the mayor of Indian Wells in California. His cousin, Chuck Negron, is a singer and the vocalist of the band "Three Dog Night." Taylor has Puerto Rican blood (from his mother's side) and Italian blood (from his father's side) running through his veins.

Acting Career

Taylor has appeared in several independent and mainstream films, including "The Loser," "Stuart Little," "This Space Between Us," "Freaky Friday," "Angels in the Outfield," "The Last Boy Scout" by Tony Scott, "The Stand-In," and "Fast Times at Ridgemont High." In addition to his film work, Taylor has also made guest appearances in movies such as "For Your Love" and TV series including "The Hughleys," "Nash Bridges," "Friends," "ER," "The Practice," "Pretender," "Touched by an Angel," "Party of Five," and "Caroline in the City."

In 2008, Negron starred in the drama "Thira," the comedies "The No Sit List" and "Lock and Roll Forever," Ray Griggs' sci-fi action film "Super Capers," and Nathaniel Christian's romance film "Channels."