Filmography: Movies
I Am Bad (2012)
Director
David Rackoff

Starring
Taylor Dayne, Pauley Perrette, Caprice Crawford, Wilson Heredia, Jaime Gomez, Jessica Makinson, Heidi Sulzman

Synopsis
I am bad is the story of a shy, sensitive young man who is only happy when he's killing people. He befriends Anne, an idealistic, troubled therapist, who doesn't know his secret. He vows to himself to stop killing and become worthy of her love. In his quest to better himself, he anonymously corresponds with his therapist friend, and later by self-medicating with cocaine.

He encounters a series of lonely people whom he tries desperately to resist terorizing, but often fails horrifically. Anne continues to try to help her anonymous serial killer as the danger grows closer and closer. Eventually, she confronts her friend and he is forced to reconcile his love for Anne and his irresistable impulse to kill her.

The movie is filmed entirely through the eyes of the main character. You experience the movie as if you are the serial killer.

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Beautiful Loser (2007)
Director
John Nolte

Starring
Adam Lamberg, Laura Breckenridge, Lenny von Dohlen, Keith David, Caker Folley, Eddie Velez, Blair Wingo, Edwin Hodge, Cynthia Gibb, Taylor Dayne, Giancarlo Carmona

Synopsis
All about a boy, Reginald Regineld (Adam lamberg, from Lizzie McGuire), or "Ditto" as his friends call him. At the age of eleven he decided he wasn't going to do anything with his life. All said and done, until he meets Tracy (Laura Breckenridge) in his senior year at high school. He totally falls for her and tries to win her heart. Taylor appears as Sharon Dolan.

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Jesus The Driver (2004)
Director
Bradley Battersby

Starring
Dayton Knoll, Jesus Perez, J.W. Wolterman, Roxann Dawson, Ivonne Coll, Carlos Reig-Plaza, Elena Sahagun, Taylor Dayne, Evelyn Iocolano, Richard DeHaven

Synopsis
"Jesus the Driver" tells the tale of Jesus (that's hay-SOOS to us gringos), a good-hearted Mexican immigrant trying his best to make a living as a day-laborer so he can marry his sweetheart, Rosa (Roxann Dawson). One fateful day, while Jesus (Jesus Perez) waits with other hopefuls under an overpass for someone to drive up and offer work, a white Oldsmobile carrying Lance (Dayton Knoll) and Jerry (J.W. Wolterman) arrive with an offer he can't refuse. $150 a day to be their driver. Not knowing how to drive, but desperate to make money for a wedding his hyper-critical mother-in-law would approve of, Jesus accepts the offer.

Lance and Jerry, however, aren't such good-hearted folks. They're thieves. Stupid ones, yes, but thieves nonetheless. Their last heist nabbed no money (the convenience store register was empty), so they stole a carload of junk food and beer. Jesus obligingly drives them to their next destination, but due to an unfortunate turn of events, he ends up being blamed for the robbery. Now, he can't go home, he can't marry Rosa, and he can't find a way out of his predicament. Lance and Jerry, meanwhile, decide he's their lucky rabbit's foot and have no intention of letting him go.

As their capers progress, various people connected to Jesus begin receiving mysterious benefits in the mail, compliments of someone called "Jesus the Driver." In addition, graffiti reading "Jesus the Driver" starts popping up all over town. The legend of a Mexican folk hero begins to emerge. Yet, Jesus himself wishes it would all just stop.

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Joshua Tree (2002)
Director
Jonathan A. Messer

Starring
Taylor Dayne, Madison Eginton and Rebecca Klingler

Synopsis
Sylvia, a lonely little girl, is portrayed in the relationship with her mother (Taylor Dayne) and a new neighbour, a widowed environmental scientist.

> Watch this short movie on the Museum of the Moving Image website

Stag (1997)
Director
Gavin Wilding

Starring
Mario Van Peebles, Andrew McCarthy, Kevin Dillon, Taylor Dayne, John Stockwell, William McNamara, John Henson, Jerry Stiller and Ben Gazzara

Synopsis
Victor Mallick lived the perfect life…success, money and the woman of his dreams. Until the night of his stag party.

Surprised and uneasy by the rowdy gathering at first, Victor reluctantly joins in on the fun when two strippers, one
(Serena) is played by Taylor Dayne, arrive to entertain the group. Quickly the party starts to spin out of control and Victor and his friends find themselves thrust deep into a nightmare that threatens to shatter the lives of each man involved.

Fools Paradise (1996)

Director
Richard Zakka

Starring
Corey Parker and Taylor Dayne

Synopsis
Ex-commodities broker Raymond Powers is now working as an approval officer with the Foreign Aid division of the State Department. As a result of bad investments, Ray owes half a million dollars to Brad Foxworth and his two thuggish, but bumbling, cohorts. Ray manipulates his way into a foreign aid deal for a small Caribbean island in order to divert funds to his personal payback. The plan goes awry when the appropriations committee decides to send grain instead of cash to the island. While trying to save his neck, he discovers the corruption that plagues the distribution end of US Foreign Aid. A love affair with the island and with a Peace Corps worker there helps set Ray on the track of justice.
Taylor plays Samantha, 'the bitch from hell'.

Love Affair (1994)

Director
Glenn Gordon Caron

Starring
Warren Beatty, Annette Benning, Katherine Hepburn, Garry Shandling, Chloe Webb, Peirce Brosnan, Kate Capshaw and Taylor Dayne

Synopsis
Warren Beatty and Annette Bening light up the screen when they meet on a cruise to beautiful Australia in this warm, heart-felt remake of the 1957 classic 'An Affair To Remember'. An all-star supporting cast that includes Gary Shandling and Katherine Hepburn is wonderful in this sentimental love story that will bring tears and smiles to everyone’s faces.

Taylor Dayne’s acting debut was in the Warren Beatty/Annette Benning film 'Love Affair', in which she successfully portrayed the character
Marissa.