Laughing All the Way with Comedian Taylor Mason
As Taylor Mason was creating his act and performing, he found that there was a need for a comedy act that adults and children could get pleasure from. Raised inside a Christian property and having a family members of his own, Taylor’s family values and faith-based principles are in the core of what he does. Though he has had the opportunity to perform at Christian and secular venues, he in no way compromises his act or what he does.
Taylor Mason found that a massive number of folks want great entertainment for the family members. God led Taylor “by the nose” to do this type of entertainment, and it’s required a lot more now than ten years ago.
Taylor says his faith comes first and other issues, like job opportunities, come from that. As an example, he traveled with Bill Gaither for 3 years, which then led to other opportunities.
Performing in churches, outreach programs, college campuses, comedy clubs, corporate venues and tv, Taylor believes in doing the most effective with what God has given you to complete. Taylor’s favorite book in the Bible is Ecclesiastes. As a teen he heard it and thought it was an invigorating book. He believes in its principles, and they’re ingrained in him. This book has taught him the principle of fulfilling what you do to the most beneficial of the ability along with your faith.
Taylor feels that regardless of exactly where you’re, you’re place there for a cause. Stick to what God has you to perform. God operates by way of folks and sometimes we forget. He feels he is representing God at all instances, regardless of whether he performs at a Christian or secular venue. Though Taylor loves what he does, he is not defined by his job. He has “great faith in his faith” and this faith enables for balance in his life.
HOW IT ALL STARTED
Right now Taylor has 25 to 30 puppets in his act. His parents introduced him to puppets when he was nine, and he was also interested in ventriloquism. He has usually been involved within the arts and entertaining, taking piano lessons as a young boy. In college, Taylor blew out his knee although playing football in the University of Illinois for the duration of his junior year. This forced him to be inventive as he was sitting around waiting for his knee to heal. Taylor recalls that he was at a frat party when an individual decided to hook up a microphone just for entertaining.
ìI just began speaking and making entertaining of stuff. I was like a DJ/comedian for the night.î In the course of this overall performance, a member of one more fraternity approached Taylor and asked if he would be considering ìperformingî at one more party for funds. That was the beginning of Taylor’s career.
Taylor figures he was probably the only ventriloquist inside the Midwest and also the only comedian in the University of Illinois. This gave him a great deal of operate opportunities at both fraternity and sorority parties, also as other public events. He took his ventriloquism act, added piano and music for the comedy, and moved to Chicago. He got leads and jobs and sooner or later became musical director for the touring organization with the Second City Theater in Chicago, which has created comedians including Mike Myers, Martin Short, Gilda Radner, and Tina Fey. Throughout this time, Taylor’s act remained clean and he had his personal niche. Ultimately all of this led to his larger profile jobs and Television appearances, from winning the 1991 Star Search $100,000 Grand Prize to specials for Showtime, MTV, and so on.
As a Christian ventriloquist, Taylor Mason shares his hilarious comedy with audiences of all ages… The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN. To bring him to your area call 615 283 0039 or email email@example.com.