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Chicago native Taryn Reneau, an actress-playwright-
screenwriter and graduate of both Northwestern University's Theatre Department and the prestigious School At Steppenwolf, made her professional debut at age 19 in a Hollywood production of A CHORUS LINE.

Not long after moving to Los Angeles, she wrapped her feature debut, with a starring role, in the independent, GLASS DESERT. She starred in her follow-up feature as Kelly Peterson-Cooper, the demanding bride on her wedding day, in 11 MINUTES AGO.

In addition to her career as an actress, she is also a playwright, screenwriter and singer-songwriter. While attending Northwestern, where she graduated from
the Playwriting Program, Reneau's playwriting debut, SURVIVING ROANOKE, was selected for workshop
at Chicago's Stage Left Theatre Company. SURVIVING ROANOKE also received a reading at Theatricum Botanicum in California and is currently under consideration at several regional theatres.

As a screenwriter, Reneau collaborates with her father Gerald Blight. The unique father-daughter duo has
a number of screenwriting projects in development. Reneau's screen adaptation of SURVIVING ROANOKE marks her first solo screenwriting venture.

As a singer-songwriter, Reneau has released her country debut Where The Gentlemen Live, and her first EP, Cut To: My Soul. Both CDs are on sale at iTunes and CD Baby.

Reneau is a member of the Northwestern University Entertainment Alliance (NUEA West), FIlm iNDependent and Step Up Women's Network. She currently lives in Los Angeles.