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 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 principal member of the cast and of SKITz, an award-winning television comedy series broadcast on Dish Network and VH2 in Atlanta. She starred 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, and won a Best Director for in 2018.
She trains with Daniel Travis (Nancy Banks Studio LA), and Tom Draper (Burbank), and takes Improv classes at L.A.'s famous Groundlings school, and Voiceover training at Voicecaster in Burbank.
Tal is also an actor with Autism and displays a wonderfully fresh and funny perspective to her roles. In addition to acting, she 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.
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