Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, Taryn is a Seattle based actor, singer and dancer. Most recently she was seen onstage at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre in the world premier of Catch Me If You Can, directed by Jack O'Brien, choreographed by Jerry Mitchell, costumed by Bob Mackie and music and lyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Witman. Other favorite performances include A Chorus Line (Val), Chicago (Roxie Hart) Mame (Gloria Upson), South Pacific (Nellie), Grease (Sandy) and Palm Beach: The Screwball Muscial (Tessa) directed by Des McAnuff. Film: Dominoes (Ava), shown at the Seattle International Film Festival. Taryn holds a BA Drama from The University of Washington, and after four years pounding the pavement in NYC she happily once again calls Seattle home. Many thanks to Rennie and Matt for the opportunity. For more info about Taryn, visit her website at www.taryndarr.com.
Tallis Moore is extremely excited to be a part of Wolfsbane. His prior film experience includes Dorkness Rising with Dead Gentlemen Productions and The Dark Horse with Leap of Faith productions. He has also appeared in many theatric productions in Seattle, including Romeo & Juliet and Love's Labors Lost at Wooden O, Peter Pan and Cry the Beloved Country at Book-it, Enemy of the People at Taproot Theater, and four years of A Christmas Carol at ACT.
Christian Doyle is an actor/comedian/musician/ninja/ barista from Tacoma, WA. His recent film credits include: Gary/Luster(male)/Fastidian in The Gamers: Dorkness Rising, Albrecht in the Demon Hunters Orientation Video, as well as other roles in locally produced short films you won't ever see. His stage resume spans over 2 decades and more shows than can be fit into a bio without using teeny tiny font sizes that would discriminate against senior citizens as well as adding insult to injury for the illiterate/near sighted (who have enough to worry about as it is). In addition to acting, directing, fight choreography and improv, Christian plays in 2 bands and teaches youth theater. Of course, he also claims to have invented lightning and Irish People, so he probably cannot be trusted.
Mary Bayley's favorite recent roles include Miss Havisham in a Book-it/Orcas Center production of "Great Expectations" directed by Jane Jones, and Sheree in "Dixie Swim Club" directed by Doug Bechtel. While living in Italy during the past two years she performed with a Commedia dell'Arte group under Roberto Andrioli and studied traditional Florentine theater with Manuelita Baylon. Her B.A. in theater is from Reed College. She is very pleased to be part of Wolfsbane.