as "Delicia" in IRON FIST
Taylor Treadwell's feature work includes KNIGHT & DAY opposite Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz, directed by James Mangold; W. directed by Oliver Stone; HALL PASS directed by Peter and Bobby Farrelly; as well as THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA directed by David Frankel. Taylor plays a hilarious turn as the Bostonian girlfriend in the comedy feature film FATHER FIGURES opposite Ed Helm and Owen Wilson, directed by Lawrence Sher for Warner Bros. and Alcon Entertainment; She is in the Fred Roos produced film PRETTYFACE directed by Jessica Janos, in which she portrays Gypsy, who in the 1970's was a close companion of Charles Manson. Taylor more recently appears in HOLLYWOOD DIRT directed by Tosca Musk, as well as the indy feature EVEN AFTER EVERYTHING directed by Josh Crook.
In television, Taylor has most recently wrapped a significant Recurring Role on HBO'S BIG LITTLE LIES Season 2, portraying the "Young Mary Louise Wright". She portrays nurse "Delicia" on IRON FIST for Marvel/Netflix/ABC; and "Josie" on Showtime's hit RAY DONOVAN opposite Jon Voight, directed by Liev Schreiber. Other television credits include recurring Guest Star role on The CW's THE VAMPIRE DIARIES, a Recurring Reporter on ABC's SCANDAL, and a hilarious Guest Star on FX's IT'S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA.
On Stage, Taylor received critical praise and was nominated for Best Actress for her leading lady performance in New York's Hudson Theater in THE GIRLFRIEND EXPERIENCE. She was again nominated for her performance in Los Angeles in the world premiere of the dramedy SWEET NOTHINGS in the lead of "Christina".
Taylor studied acting at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, and continued her studies in Los Angeles, graduating legendary acting coach Stephen Book's 4-Year Intensive Course. She continues to train and perform improv as well, performing with The Upright Citizens Brigade and The IO-West, amongst other outlets.