Friday, March 9, 2018

RIP Adam Taylor



Santa Fe New Mexican
March 10, 2018

TIMOTHY E. TAYLOR Timothy E. Taylor, a/k/ a Adam Tim Taylor, 75, passed away at his home in Cerrillos on December 11, 2017. He was born in Hamilton, Ohio on November 21, 1942, to Thomas and Sally Brown Taylor. He first visited New Mexico in the 1970s, and made Cerrillos his home in the 1980s. Tim was an accomplished actor, playwright, screenwriter and artist. He toured the country in a Shakespearean theatre company, and his stage career included off-Broadway and Ford's Theatre in Washington, DC. As Adam Taylor, he appeared in over 30 movies and many television shows. He wrote and starred in a Western short film, "Ridin' Down," which was nominated in 1999 for a Golden Boot Award. In addition to the performing arts, Tim was an artist's assistant at UCLA and at one time had his own gallery in Madrid, NM. Tim is survived by his son, Tristan M. Taylor, his sweetheart, Jennifer Burns, and many, many good friends who will miss him dearly. There will be a memorial at the Madrid Cemetery on Saturday, March 17, at 1:00 pm, and at the Engine House Theatre in Madrid at 5:00 p.m.


TAYLOR, Adam (aka Adam Tim Taylor) (Timothy E. Taylor)
Born: 11/21/1942, Hamilton, Ohio, U.S.A.
Died: 12/11/2017, Cerrillos, New Mexico, U.S.A.

Adam Taylor’s westerns actor:
The Return of Desperado (TV) – 1988
Lonesome Dove – 1989 (deputy)
Powwow Highway – 1989 (Bull Miller)
Lucky Luke – 1990 (outlaws)
Lucky Luke (TV) – 1990-1991 (outlaw)
Young Guns II – 1990 (bounty hunter)
Conagher – (TV) 1991 (Evans)
Wyatt Earp – 1994 (Texas Jack)
Troublemakers – 1994 (Black Jack)
Ridin Down – 1999 (Preach)
Into the West (TV) – 2005 (General Alfred Terry)
Doc West (TV) – 2008 (Victor Baker)
Triggerman (TV) – 2008
Godless (TV) – 2017 (Olagrande)

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