Tal Anderson:: Resume
ATYPICAL Netflix S3 and S4
Sony Picture Television
2019 - 2021
Tal Anderson joined Atypical in 2019 for Season 3 with the introduction of her recurring character, Sid. Sid is a college student at Denton University and befriends Sam. In Season 4, Sid returns in full force, ready to come to Sam's aid.
MY SISTER HARPER
Harper, (Tal Anderson), is a recent high school graduate who also happens to be autistic. She visits her older sister played by Katie Boland, for the weekend. What Harper doesn't know is that after this weekend her family will be moving her to an assisted living facility for young adults with disabilities. As a result, the two sisters discover a bond that cannot be broken.
Tal plays herself in this documentary by director, Rozzi Osterman. The film follows a charming and introverted young woman with Autism as she develops her acting skills for her aspiring career and her life.
AS WE SEE IT Amazon Prime S1
2021 - Current
Tal Anderson will be recurring as Gia, in the new Jason Katims/NBC-Universal Television series, As We See It, coming soon to Amazon Prime Video.
Tasha, (Tal Anderson) wants nothing more than to get a job working at the Dog Groomers, and relies on her Sister, Mimi to help her reach her goal.
DELIVERING JOBS PSA
Tal Anderson was part of a national campaign for Delivering Jobs.org which included a PSA, a national print campaign, and a Times Square takeover in 2019 where she played a gallery owner and narrator. In the 2020 PSA produced by Holly Robinson Peete, Tal can be heard doing voiceover in the narration.
Joy is Tal Anderson's first film. She produced, directed, wrote, and edited the film herself. Through a collaboration of actors from all over the world, explore what happens when you focus on the positive, in this simple feel-good micro-short.
SERENDIPITY AND ME
This documentary written by Tal Anderson, investigates the effects isolation and the 2020 pandemic have had on her, using her cat to demonstrate that despite the circumstances, we can all reclaim unexpected joy in our lives if we put in the work and allow ourselves to discover the possibilities.