Teacher in Phoenix, Arizona
Born in Minnesota, Tait Moline grew up in Mason City, Iowa, where he began his career at the age of ten playing the titular role in the musical "Oliver!" for the Steben's Children's Theatre. As a Presidential Scholar, he graduated summa cum laude from Millikin University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theater and Minors in English and Dance.
Tait has performed with Rosie O'Donnell, Jacob Young, and John O'Hurley, as well as on The Wayne Brady Show with Wayne Brady, and can be seen as Danny in the major motion picture "Sydney White" starring Amanda Bynes and John Schneider.
In addition to performing, Tait is also an accomplished writer. Awarded "Best Haiku" from Transcontinental Publishing in 2003, his short stories and poems have been published in "Collage", "Galeria", and "Triad" as well as in the "Dan River Anthology".
If you're interested in purchasing his books "Redeemed" and "Catching a Croaking Bullfrog", you can find them on Amazon.com.
His plays have been seen at the Orlando International Fringe Festival, the DeLand Theater Festival, and New York City's The Network's One-Act Festival.