Kenny Taylor is an American filmmaker.
Born and raised in Southern Oregon, Kenny Taylor moved to Los Angeles as a teenager, where he began working as an actor, stand-up comic, and screenwriter.
Taylor moved to San Francisco in 1998 and gained notoriety in 2002 as the co-creator and co-star of The Ken and Andy Show, a comedic stage play. The Ken and Andy Show had several runs, including a stint at New Conservatory Theatre Center and in the 2002 San Francisco Fringe Festival.
In 2003, Taylor formed illBilly productions with Andrew Bancroft. This San Francisco-based production company created many short films and several live shows. Their films include "Maximum Wage" which was shown as part of the San Francisco Underground Short Film Festival in 2004, and "Evolution: The Musical!", which premiered at the 2008 San Francisco International Film Festival.
Taylor and Bancroft were also responsible for "Late Night with God", "Lord of the Drinks" and "Popcorn Anti-Theater", three live shows that ran for several years in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Kenny Taylor has also directed and performed with several other comedy troupes, including Killing My Lobster and at Tourettes Without Regrets, a