Lili Taylor

Lili Taylor, Born into a middle-class family in Glencoe, Illinois, Lili Taylor grew up with five siblings and attended New Trier High School, notable for its alumni like Rock Hudson. She later pursued her passion for theatre at the University of Chicago.
Taylor's film debut came in 1988 with Mystic Pizza, alongside Julia Roberts. She went on to appear in several acclaimed productions such as Born on the Fourth of July, Arizona Dream, Short Cuts, and Ready-to-Wear. However, her breakthrough came in 1995 when she starred as Kathleen, a vampire philosophy student, in Abel Ferrara's cult classic, The Addiction. She reunited with Ferrara four years later for a lesser-known short film centered around the turn of the millennium.
Known as an icon of underground cinema, Taylor effortlessly transitioned between genres, from screwball comedies like The Impostors to big-budget fantasy films like The Haunting. She also made notable television appearances, including in the series Six Feet Under. Her film roles included Factotum, based on Charles Bukowski's novel, and Vincent Perez's 2006 feature, The Secret. In 2008, she portrayed the Scottish wife of John C. Reilly in The Promotion before taking on the role of Sheriff Lillian Holley, who apprehends bank robber John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) in Michael Mann's Public Enemies.



The Nun (2018)

- Carolyn Perron