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Full Name: Taylor Kinney
Date of Birth: July 15th, 1982
Hometown: Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA
Height: 5\’ 11\”
Siblings: 3 Brothers
Current Hometown: San Diego, California, USA


Taylor was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania but later raised in Neffsville, Pennsylvania along with his three brothers by his single mother. He then went on to study business management at West Virginia University before developing an interest in acting. The rest shall we say is history!

Since making his way onto the acting scene on the MyNetworkTV original series Fashion House in 2006, Taylor has guest starred on television shows such as: Bones, What About Brian, CSI: NY, and Rizzoli & Isles. In 2009 Taylor showed up on our screens as eager and young EMT Glenn Morrison, on NBC\’s original series Trauma, but after an eighteen episode first season NBC axed the show due to high production costs and ratings. In the fall of 2010, Taylor showed up on our screens as werewolf nemesis to the Salvatore brothers on The CW\’s The Vampire Diaries as Mason Lockwood, and more recently we saw Taylor as former high school crush Craig Heisner on Showtime\’s hit series Shameless in addition to the web series Dating Rules from My Future Self by Alloy Entertainment.

Taylor has also taken on small roles in films such as: White Air, Furnace, Scorpio Men on Prozac, Prodigal, and soon to be released Least Among Saints. Most notable was his role as Tommy in the Lifetime original TV movie Five. A film telling five short films exploring the impact of breast cancer on people\’s lives.

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