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Tal Anderson was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. Her mother, is a marketing professional, and her father, is a structural engineer. She has two younger brothers and is of English, Italian, and Korean descent. Tal was brought up in southwest Florida, and graduated from high school in Cape Coral, Florida. Her education continued at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida, where she received a B.S. in Film and graduated as Valedictorian.
Tal is autistic, and has always been a storyteller. Because socialization was difficult for her, she sought out acting and improv tools to help her interact with others, and to build her confidence. She began acting at age 15, and continues to nurture a life-long love of film and media. Upon graduating from film school in 2018, she moved permanently to the Los Angeles area to pursue a career in Film and Television.
Tal Anderson is a dedicated Los Angeles-based Film and Television actor and model, most recently recurring as "Sidney" in the Netflix original series, "Atypical," and as a recurring co-star in the new Untitled NBC/Universal project produced by Jason Katims for Amazon Prime.
She just completed a PSA/Print campaign for Delivering Jobs directed by Jason Zada, and was recently cast in a lead role in the SAG/AFTRA short "My Sister Harper" by Director Lucy Hirschfeld. Tal also recently completed a short film produced in L.A., "Fresh Start" as the lead, Tasha, and a pilot presentation with Wanda Sykes. Other recent productions include Rift with Kyler Steven Fisher, and several commercial shoots including a HP product launch. Tal is a principal member of the cast of SKITz, a television comedy series produced in Orlando and broadcast on 24Flix. She also starred in a multi-award winning documentary short directed by Rozzi Osterman, recently starred in an independent short film entitled “Joy,” that she wrote, directed, and edited, which was nominated for several film festival awards, and won a Best Director for in 2018, and in "Serendipity and Me," a personal documentary that has been screened at 13 film festivals worldwide.
Tal currently resides in Los Angeles, is taking classes at the Groundlings school, Voicecaster in Burbank, and works privately with coaches Daniel Travis with the Nancy Banks Studio (Jennifer Aniston, Rachel McAdams, Bryce Dallas, Emma Stone) in Los Angeles, and Tom Draper (Colin Farrell, Evan Peters) in Burbank.