When it comes to pulling a production together, it's often that you may not consider exactly how much heavy lifting goes into every little detail. Brendan Taylor works as a set dresser in Hollywood. Working in every genre from horror to romantic comedies, Brendan is a person of many talents, as he has also stepped in front of the camera, working as an actor on a number of productions! Join Brendan Taylor and Adrian Paul as they discuss working on productions from multiple points of view!
14) Brendan Taylor - Zimbabwe & Notts CCC Cricketer 🇿🇼🏏
Morks Chats Sports ⚽️🏏🏉🐘🇿🇼
A chat with Brendan Taylor, one of Zimbabwe's greatest ever cricketers, who has formed the backbone of the Zimbabwe Cricket team and has given joy to many with his performances at the crease. He hails from Harare and made his international debut in 2004 as an 18 year old. After a string of impressive performances in the 2015 Cricket World Cup, he then went on to have a very successful, trophy laden stint in County Cricket with Notts CCC. He was picked up by the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL in 2014 and has played franchise cricket right around the world. He then returned to Zimbabwe Cricket and continues to lead the way. We chat about his career highlights and what lies ahead.Morks Chats Sports is a partner of the Malilangwe Trust, which is a Zimbabwean leading non-profit conservancy that concentrates their efforts on environmental conservation and uplifting communities. They aim to restore and maintain the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve’s ecosystem, make meaningful contributions to conservation science, and improve the livelihoods of its neighbouring communities. Any donations or assistance to this organisation would be greatly and thankfully received.For a more information please visit: http://bit.ly/MCSdonate.
"Brendan Taylor, he sleep's where he wants..." - Nottinghamshire with Luke Fletcher
County Cricket Natters
The County Championship may have a few week's rest but the County Cricket Natters team are relentless. This week we're in the East Midlands and were delighted to be joined by Nottinghamshire star Luke Fletcher. Widely regarded as the most loved bloke on the circuit, 'Fletch' talks us through his time playing club cricket with Phil DeFreitas and Mark Footitt, his escapades with Alex Hales, a pair of 92s, that head injury and the secret to his fine 2021 form. Fletch also takes on The Quiz and has his say on a little Vitality Blast action. Don't miss Dan's potted history of Nottinghamshire too! And if you haven't bought "Tales from the front line" - Fletch's autobiography - well, you are missing a trick. As ever, very grateful for all your listens, comments and shares. We really do appreciate it. Annie, Sam and Dan
Good morning good afternoon good evening wherever you maybe and welcome to a very uniquely special Extra interview of Final Cut.Today I'm joined not by one but 2 actors. both appear in the netflix series Firefly Lane so ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce to you 2 of those stars Brendan Taylor and Jason McKinnon
Brendan Taylor: Maintaining Financial Success in Tough Times
AVANT Technology Insights with Ken Presti
Ensuring success amidst a global pandemic and related economic issues poses a challenge for companies of every size. In this episode, AVANT CFO Brendan Taylor outlines key issues, including contingency planning, the costs of action vs. inaction, and strategies for keeping your people focused and secure.
Episode 29 time and Zimbabwe international Brendan Taylor joins Ste, Matty & special guest host Luke Fletcher to discuss his Best XIs, the best cars to get your head down in and World Cups.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/AcademyNorth)
“Hopefully another 2 and a half years of international cricket” says Brendan Taylor in his chat with Dean du Plessis. 34 year old batsman Brendan Taylor talks about growing up playing cricket under the watchful eye of the Campbell family, his childhood hero’s, Andy Flower and Adam Gilchrist, how he adapted from the U19 World Cup to playing test cricket, his stint with Nottinghamshire and Zimbabwe’s upcoming fixtures.
FW11: DJ Stipsen & Brendan Taylor - What We Do in the Shadows
The Fourth Wall
What We Do in the Shadows on FX is unique among single camera comedies in that it makes use of special effects but also strives for a realistic mockumentary feel. With the show wrapping up its stellar first season on May 29, 2019, we spoke with cinematographer DJ Stipsen, who also worked on the original New Zealand movie directed by and starring Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement that inspired the series, and Brendan Taylor, who acted as visual effects supervisor, making the vampires and their powers look as real as possible while preserving the believability of the world the show tries to create. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Brendan Taylor: Close to 100 Commercials and Counting
Action: The Pursuit Of Acting Excellence
"It's arrogant to think you know why you didn't get a job"Brendan Taylor was born in North Vancouver, Canada. He completed high school with a bilingual diploma in English and French, he pursued post-secondary education at The University of British Columbia where he graduated in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He was fortunate to spend a year on exchange in Paris, France.He began working in Set Decoration on The Wicker Man (2005) starring Nicholas Cage. From that point on he worked on multiple features, series, TV movies, and short films shooting in Vancouver as a Set Dresser, Lead Dresser, and On-Set Dresser in the Set Decoration department.Armed with years of knowledge and experience behind the camera, Brendan decided to pursue his dream and return to acting in 2007, and consistently works in Film, TV, Commercials, and Theatre in Vancouver, Canada. Recent credits include The Magicians (SyFy), Bates Motel (A&E), Fargo (FX), Supernatural (The CW), and a recurring role on The Arrangement (E! Network).