Tayler Vee Robinson was born in Honolulu, HI and raised in Crystal Lake, IL. She's best-known for her short film 'Garbage,' which she directed, co-wrote and starred in, and was an official selection at NewFilmmakers LA, Defy Film Festival, and Kansas City LGBT Film Festival. The film- which is now available on Vimeo's Curated Comedy channel- has been featured as a critic's pick on NoBudge.com, Film School Rejects, Splitsider, Film Shortage, NewNowNext, and more. Robinson first developed her comedic prowess at Second City Chicago, then went on to graduate with honors from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts at the age of twenty. Upon graduating, she relocated to Los Angeles and booked her first major television audition opposite Viola Davis on How to Get Away with Murder. Robinson stays busy writing, producing and directing work with a focus on stories by women. She currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.