Katherine J. Taylor is a multi-talented award winning performer. Who has always had a passion for singing, acting, and dancing. By age 4 she was enrolled in Tayo Reeds Dance Company. By age 10 she was competing in star systems National competition with Elite Atlanta Performers. When it was time to go to high school she attended Northsprings Charter High school for her first semester of 9th grade. While attending she was involved in chorus and intermediate dance. By her second semester she knew that something was missing and that something , was destiny. In the spring, she toured Tri-cities High school and from the first time she stepped foot on that campus she knew that was the place where she could thrive. There, she was involved in Musical Theater and the drama department. Her sophomore year she starred in the black box play "Almost Maine" as glory. In the spring of sophomore she had the privilege of being cast as Deena Jones in the world renowned Dream Girls the musical. This was the turning point in her life when she finally tapped into "shining" . Her mother actually used the phrase "coming of age". This coming of age experience helped her blossom into a beautiful flower and not only did her school recognize her talent but she was awarded the best supporting actress at the Shuler Hensley Georgia High school musical awards. In her junior year of 2015 she starred in the musical In The Heights as Camilla Rosario. And lastly for her senior year she was cast as Queen Constantina in the musical Cinderella. As you can see, Katherine's talent has not gone unrecognized since her first play at the nationally acclaimed Tri-cities High school. Katherine is now on her journey to fulfilling her life long dream as a film actress/songstress and has been on sets such as " The Life of The Party" , " Diary of a Wimpy Kid" , " Vampire Diaries" ... etc. She is continuing being vocally and "artistically" trained to this day. Katherine believes that music and entertainment heals the heart. Therefore she uses her gifts and talents to spread hope to the world one performance at a time.