"quality work with quality people"

Ancient history

Taylor began his life onstage in a tap class that he took from age 8-11. Once he got that good and out of his system, he auditioned at a small community theatre and it was all downhill from there.

He continued his acting training at Shenandoah Conservatory and found a love of musical theatre, shakespeare and work in front of as well as behind the camera. 



at the moment

Taylor is a self avowed 'Actor/Creator'; an actor and theatre artist who believes it's up to him to create opportunity, both for himself and for his fellow artists and collaborators. 

He thanks the muses when they grace him with their presence and enable him to write,

He thanks his actors when he is directing and they allow him to jump into the pit with them,

and he thanks his fellow theatre artists for any opportunity that may come his way by their hand.

in the future

Taylor hopes to be graced with a long career as an actor/creator. He has aspirations to write, direct and star in films, and to continue to grow as an artist on and around the stage.

And of course, he will never stop adventuring with those he loves most.


Strathmore music hall

“Bloom did double duty as ‘Paul’, singing and playing acoustic guitar with grace and skill. For me, his stand out performances were his vocals and incredible guitar work on “Bleecker Street, “Homeward Bound,” and my personal favorite of the Simon and Garfunkel oeuvre, “The Only Living Boy in New York.”

byham theatre

“Bloom, who probably looks more like Tom Cruise than Simon, still was wonderfully convincing in nailing Simon’s essence.”

“‘Kathy’s Song,’ with its heartfelt pledge of love…was shimmering in its beauty.”