Tal Anderson is a Los Angeles-based Film and Television actor and model, most recently cast in Season 3 of the Sony Pictures/Netflix original series "Atypical," as "Sidney" in a recurring co-star role. She also just completed a SAG/AFTRA short film "My Sister Harper," and a short produced in L.A., "Fresh Start" in leading roles. Other recent work includes a national campaign including a PSA directed by Jason Zada for Delivering Jobs in partnership with Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), Autism Speaks, Best Buddies, and Special Olympics; a a pilot presentation with Wanda Sykes; and an HP Product Launch. Prior to moving to Los Angeles, Tal was a principal member of the cast of SKITz, an award-winning television comedy series broadcast on Dish Network and VH2 in Atlanta. She starred in a multi-award winning documentary directed by Rozzi Osterman, and recently starred in a film entitled "Joy," that she wrote, directed, and edited, which was nominated for several awards, including a win for Best Director for in 2018.
In addition to acting, Tal Anderson holds a B.S. in Film and is a film industry professional, trained in a wide array of film production positions. She is a talented and working film editor, experienced in the use of Premiere Pro, and an AVID Media Composer Certified User.