Sarah Taylor is an award-winning actor, writer, and stand up comedian based in Los Angeles.
She has performed all over, including The Kennedy Center where she has cried on cue; Dijon, Aachen, and The Volsbuhne Theatre in Berlin where she performed in some cool avant garde theatre pieces; Chicago, where she earned a Jeff Award nomination for the critically acclaimed Alien Hand and lovely Hollywood, where she sang silly songs on her guitar for some funny sketch shows and for her solo show, The Wearing Out My Welcome Tour.
Sarah has improvised with a giant teddy bear in her car for a series of ridiculous and often deep videos called “Teddy Talks” and has performed stand up on tour with her creation, The Divine Mess Show, as well as at all the top comedy clubs like The Laugh Factory, The Hollywood Improv, The Comedy Store, and more. (To learn more, click here.)
Variety calls her “stunningly good”, Backstage West says she’s “glorious”, and The Chicago Reader finds her “impressive” and “mercurial”…which might just be a nice way of saying she’s moody.
Having undergone a series of profound awakenings, Sarah also works as a spiritual mentor for those who are committed to being awake modern mystics, as well as with people who want to channel authentic creative expression. After all, spirituality and creativity are intricately linked. (To learn more, click here)
She is currently writing the humorous spiritual memoir, The Divine Mess: A Bumpy Journey Through Love, Los Angeles, and Enlightenment, and performs comedy all over. And if you’d like to talk to Sarah without all this referring to herself in the third-person stuff, you’re out of luck. She does this all the damn time. (Not really.)
“To listen to some devout people, one would imagine that God never laughs…God’s laughter is sometimes very coarse and unfit for polite ears.” – Sri Aurobindo