Definitions for "Chris Taylor"
Chris Taylor is a computer game designer and entrepreneur most famous for developing Total Annihilation and the Dungeon Siege series and for founding Gas Powered Games. In 2002, Game Spy named him the 30th most influential person in gaming.
Chris Taylor (born 1974) is an Australian television and radio comedian. As a member of The Chaser team, he is best known for his role on satirical ABC television shows CNNNN and The Chaser's War on Everything. He formerly co-hosted the drive radio show Today Today on Triple J with fellow Chaser member Craig Reucassel.
Chris Taylor, who as of July 2005 is the San Francisco correspondent for TIME magazine, was born in Liverpool, England, and received his primary education in the small northeastern town of Chester-le-Street. He attended Oxford University, reading history at Merton College. Taylor gained an interest in journalism after editing Cherwell, the university's student newspaper, and writing a controversial column in The Oxford Student.
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a practising artist, curator and publisher with specialist knowledge in the field of contemporary fine printmaking and artists' books