Wesley Taylor

Co-creator/Writer/Star of "It Could Be Worse," which was acquired by Participant Media, had its cable TV premiere on Pivot, and now streams both seasons on Hulu and Hulu Plus. http://www.hulu.com/it-could-be-worse

International fans can access via Vimeo On Demand: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/itcouldbeworse

Taylor is a Theatre World Award Winner and Outer Critics Circle Nominee. Broadway: Rock of Ages (original 'Franz'); The Addams Family (original 'Lucas').

Favorite Regional: Signature Theatre - Cabaret ('Emcee') American Conservatory Theatre - Tales of the City ('Michael'). Favorite Off-Broadway: Little Miss Sunshine ('Joshua').

Television includes 26 episodes of "Smash" (NBC), "The Good Wife" (CBS), "Looking" (HBO), "The Tomorrow People" (CW), "One Life to Live" (ABC), and "The Tony Awards." Education: BFA in drama, North Carolina School of the Arts.

As a playwright: Bridging the Gap, and other Short Plays by Wesley Taylor (starring Stockard Channing, Nathan Lane, and Debra Messing at New World Stages, The Actor's Fund); "Cuckold" (Manhattan Repertory Theatre); "Rash" (Co-conceived by Michael Arden-in development). 

Taylor's digital-short series, "Basics" has been green-lit by Anonymous Content and the pilot is in post-production.­

Indoor Boys

A new comedy series, INDOOR BOYS follows Nate and Luke, two homebody roommates in a swanky LA apartment, as they try to figure out the boundaries of their no-boundaries friendship.

Written by Wesley Taylor
Directed by Alex Wyse
Cinematography by Brandon Smithson
Production Sound by James Wasserman 

it could be worse

This is the story of Jacob Gordon. A young New York City actor trying to find his way. His family life is strained, his love life is complicated, and his social skills are moderately challenged. "It Could Be Worse" is about that part of all of us that wants to be better than we really are.

Created by Mitchell Jarvis and Wesley Taylor