| Taylor worked with many famous people and at thirteen has so many girls screaming his name his website is: Taylorlautner.com
and yes he answers his emails! I recomend you watch Sharkboy and Lavagirl and see what you think!
He is also single, but unfortunetly he isnt alowed to date:( sorry girlz!
Here is a interview:On What Makes Robert Rodriguez Great to Work With: "He’s very, very humble and he never lets anything get to his head. He’s like a star director but then he wears cowboy hats and jeans with holes in them all the time so we all love him."
On Working with Green Screens: "You know it’s kind of hard. You have to have a good imagination but Robert Rodriguez helps us. He paints the picture in our head. He’s like, 'Thhis is over here, this is over here. This is what you’re doing.' So it’s kind of tough but he helped us a lot."
Taylor Lautner on Doing Stuntwork in "The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl:" "Well I do extreme martial arts and he saw a tape of me and he let me choreograph my own stunt scene in the film. I also do a song and I flip to that. The extreme martial arts is like a bunch of acrobatics and flips and tricks," said Lautner. Lautner explained that he used to do extreme martial arts during his off-time, but doesn't really have the spare time anymore to compete in the sport. "I still train at my house but I can’t compete because it’s just way too busy, but it’s a good skill to have."
The young cast also got the chance to do wire work in the Rodriguez film. "When we’re like jumping off cliffs or when we fall or something. The wire work was one of our favorite parts just because you got to hang up in the air upside and all that kind of stuff," explained Lautner.
While Lautner had a great time doing his own stunts, he recalls that running to a volcano in a scene from the film was probably the toughest stunt he's had to do. Lautner said, "They had me on wires and I’m running on a treadmill and it’s like going 99 miles an hour. And it’s really tiring because they had me do that for 10 minutes straight. Sometimes you just want to go, 'Stop!'”
The Difference Between "The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl" and "Spy Kids:" "It’s different characters and it’s kind of like more dreamy. 'Spy Kids' is more like real but this is more in the dream world. There’s a lot more action in this movie than in 'Spy Kids.' There’s fight scenes and battles, and it’s very funny because George Lopez is in it."
Up Next for Taylor Lautner - "Cheaper by the Dozen 2:" "I am just going to go to my 'Shark Boy and Lava Girl' premiere, then go to Austin, then I’m leaving straight to Canada to shoot 'Cheaper by the Dozen 2.'" Lautner will play the son of Eugene Levy and Carmen Electra in the sequel to the 2003 comedy. "I’ll have seven brothers and sisters. There’s eight kids total but then there’s the whole other family and it’s going to be a riot because it’s like all competition," said Lautner.
Lautner's expecting to have a lot of fun on the set of "Cheaper by the Dozen 2." As part of Levy and Electra's huge family, he'll get to battle it out with Steve Martin and Bonnie Hunt's onscreen brood. "We canoe ride and we’re doing a bunch of activities and competitions. We also get to go and live in a cabin on the lake for four weeks so that’s going to be a riot."
| This is a little info of Taylor Lautner:
At 13 years old, Taylor Lautner is a very busy kid. He is an actor pursuing his acting career in Los Angeles, California. Taylor has also accomplished much in the martial arts industry. By the age of 12, he has three Junior World Championships “under his black belt”. He currently performs for the LA Hip Kids, which is a Hip Hop Dance Performance Group, and also Hot Shots, which is a performing Jazz dance group. One of Taylor’s favorite sports is football. He plays running back on offense and middle line backer on defense. He also is a part of the Hart Baseball Program in the Los Angeles area where he plays center field and second base.
Born February 11, 1992, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Taylor began his martial arts career at 6 years old, training at Fabiano’s Karate school in Holland, Michigan. After winning in local tournaments, Taylor was looking for something more. He competed in his first national karate tournament at 7 years old and came home with three first place trophies. More importantly than the trophies won at that tournament, he met someone who would challenge and develop his martial arts skills. At 7 years old, he met and began training with 7-Time World Champion, Mike Chat. During the next year, Taylor continued to compete on the NASKA Karate Tournament Circuit and train with Mike Chat. When Taylor was 8 years old, he was invited to represent the United States for the 12 and under age division for the World Karate Association. Taylor became the Junior World Forms and Weapons Champion, triple gold medal winner.
After training with Mike for one year, Taylor was invited to be on Team Chat International. In 2001, Taylor won the coveted Warrior Cup Trophy for 17 and under in Sensei John Sharkey’s World Karate Association tournament in Chicago, IL. In 2002, Taylor took some time off from the busy karate circuit to focus on baseball and football. He returned to the tournament circuit in 2003 with a rekindled passion to compete. He finished 2003 ranked #1 in the World for NASKA’s Black Belt Open Forms, Musical Weapons, Traditional Weapons and Traditional Forms. You can see Taylor perform on ESPN 2 where he won the World Junior Weapons Title July, 2003 in Orlando, FL.
At the beginning of the 2003 season for NASKA Taylor was invited to join the “XMA Performance Team” led by Mike Chat and sponsored by Century Fitness, Inc. In addition to performing for Team XMA at the NASKA tournaments, he has performed for places such as the Orlando Sporting Goods Super Show, Oklahoma Sooners Basketball Half-Time Show, The MAIA Super Show in Los Vegas and the Big 5 Sporting Goods Show in Los Angeles, CA.
When Taylor was 9 years old he went to his first audition in Los Angeles, CA for a Burger King commercial. He had so much fun that he decided to pursue acting. At the age of 10, Taylor was flying back and forth from Michigan to California for auditioning on a regular basis. Between traveling for this and the travel for martial arts, it was beginning to “burn” the whole family out. As a result, Taylor and his family decided to move out to Los Angeles so he could pursue his acting career on a full-time basis. This also has given him the opportunity to play on very competitive football and baseball programs.
Since moving out to Los Angeles, Taylor has booked roles on My Wife and Kids, Summerland, The Bernie Mac Show, and the Nick and Jessica Variety Hour Show. In addition to television, Taylor has been very successful in the voice over work. Taylor has booked a recurring role as “Youngblood” on the cartoon “Danny Phantom”, he has recorded two episodes of “What’s New Scooby Doo” along with “Kick the Football Charlie Brown and He’s A Bully Charlie Brown with Taylor playing the role of the bully. Taylor has also booked a series regular of a pilot presentation called “Which Way Is Up?” along with the voice of Silas in an animation series called “Silas and Brittany”. You can also see Taylor currently on a National Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes commercial.
Taylor is very excited for the release of “The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl” where Taylor stars as Shark Boy. The release is scheduled for June 10, 2005. Shark Boy and Lava Girl is directed by the highly acclaimed director, Robert Rodriguez, of Spy Kids, Sin City, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, and Desperado. Taylor spent three months in Austin, Texas filming, where he had the experience of a lifetime!
What Taylor enjoys most is meeting people thru all his activities and having fun and being a regular kid. He also enjoys playing football and baseball. Because the acting bug has bitten, Taylor now spends most of his time in acting class and auditioning. He is really excited about acting and looking forward to building his acting career.
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