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Grayson Taylor was born and raised in New York City and wrote his first full-length novel at the age of seven. In his spare time, Grayson reads extensively and writes action-adventure, sci-fi, mystery, and dystopian novels. The founder of Taylorfilms, a film production company, he creates short films and is also a professional actor. Credits include principal roles in the following: TV: Broad City (Oliver, the "Yas Kween" boy of the viral gif, Comedy Central), Blue Bloods (CBS), Billions (Showtime), Team Umizoomi (Nickelodeon), multiple appearances on The Colbert Report (Comedy Central) and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS), and numerous commercials and voiceovers; THEATER: Mothers and Sons starring Tyne Daly (Broadway), Radio City Spring Spectacular. His own films include The Nature of Reality, Suspect, Suspect: Ruthless, Enigma Island, Spy Squad, and Dark Waters. His writings include Dark Waters, the Fallen Nation trilogy, Future, Ice Lords, and much more.