Over the years Taylor Dayne has enriched her recording career by taking up acting. Taylor stared in several films, television series and appeared on stage in musical productions which prompted rave revues.

Taylor made her big-screen debut in 1994’s ‘Love Affair’, a film starring Warren Beatty and Annette Benning. Her successful portrayal of Marissa ensured her of more interesting projects to come.

Subsequently Taylor was offered the lead role in Mel Brooke’s stage production ‘Archy and Mehitabel’, playing Mehitabel the alley cat, first portrayed by Eartha Kitt in 1950.

In 1996 Taylor was cast alongside Corey Parker in ‘Fool’s Paradise’ and in 1997 she played a stripper held against her will in ‘Stag’, together with an all-star cast including Mario Van Peebles, Andrew McCarthy and Kevin Dillon.

On television Taylor first appeared in the pilot episode of the series ‘Nightman’ (1997), playing singer Carla Day. Two years later she guest starred in an episode of ‘Martial Law’ and played the character Maureen for two seasons in ‘Rude Awakening’.

Later on Taylor guest starred in the third season of ‘Rescue Me’, playing Shirley in the episode Zombies.

Taylor solidified her acting career when she made her Broadway debut in the award-winning musical ‘Aida’ (Elton John/Tim Rice), playing Princess Amneris for a couple of months.

Taylor’s other movie projects includes ‘Jesus The Driver’. The movie is funny and surpasses the superficial. It drew positive reviews, thanks to outstanding performances from its cast.

Following on ‘Beautiful Loser’, Taylor starred in an Indie movie entitled ‘I Am Bad’.

In the summer of 2013 Taylor took to the stage as Grizabella in the famous Andrew Lloyd Webber musical ‘Cats’, as part of the Finger Lakes Musical Theater Festival in Auburn, NY. The show was directed and choreographed by Jacob Brent. The iconic show tune ‘Memory’, sung by Grizalbella, has been recorded by the none other than Elaine Page and Barbra Streisand among others.

Taylor's latest movie project was a role in a drama titled ‘Telling Of The Shoes’ about a dinner-party not turning out as planned.