Tate Taylor

Tate Taylor

Highest Rated: 94% Winter's Bone (2010)

Lowest Rated: 24% Ava (2020)

Birthday: Jun 03, 1969

Birthplace: Not Available

Actor-turned-filmmaker Tate Taylor used his Southern upbringing to inform his adaptation of "The Help" (2011), a period drama set in the Jim Crow South and based on the best-selling novel by his childhood friend, Kathryn Stockett. The film, which examined the relationship between black domestics and the white families that employed them, was a major summer hit, elevating Taylor from bit player and occasional feature director to the steady hand behind a blockbuster produced by DreamWorks Pictures and Steven Spielberg. His expected windfall of writing accolades during the 2011-12 award season served as official notice that Taylor was a bona fide Hollywood filmmaker on the rise.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
24% No Score Yet Ava Director - 2020
55% 64% Ma Officer Grainger (Character),
Director,
Producer
$45.3M 2019
44% 49% The Girl on the Train Director $75.2M 2016
80% 68% Get On Up Director,
Producer
$30.5M 2014
76% 89% The Help Director,
Screenwriter,
Executive Producer
$169.7M 2011
94% 76% Winter's Bone Mike Satterfield (Character) $6.5M 2010
No Score Yet 25% Pretty Ugly People Director,
Writer,
Producer
- 2008
No Score Yet No Score Yet Wannabe Gunner Dillyn (Character) - 2005

TV

Credit
58% 55% Filthy Rich Executive Producer,
Director,
Writer
2020
81% 97% Six Feet Under Job Applicant 1 (Guest Star) 2001

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