Mr. Taylor is the father of Leanne Taylor. He was portrayed by Timothy Carter.
Mr. Taylor is a calm, well-mannered person. He cares for his daughter a lot, and does not care about her loudness. He seems to care about his appearance in the community, too.
Physical Appearance Edit
Mr. Taylor has a scraggly blonde beard and blonde hair which is covered by a hat. Despite his Amish living style he wore a modern suit and shirt. He seemed to be a little overweight.
Mr. Taylor is seen during Leanne's baptism. When Leanne gives a brief speech on her time in the English world, Mr. Taylor tells Leanne to wrap it up. While walking outside, Mr. Taylor shows his love for his daughter, and explains how he would rather have her than 100 different, quiet, girls. Leanne is then stopped by police, Mr. Taylor's face drops. Leanne overhears her family discussing her and the trouble she has caused, spurring her to leave. One night, she looks at her sleeping family before leaving for good. ("Where My Dreidel At")
Mr. Taylor is not seen with his wife during the riot.
Memorable Quotes Edit
- "Don't be sorry. I'd rather have you than a hundred quiet girls."
- — Mr. Taylor to Leanne
- "Our business is suffering. No one wants their sons working for me. We'll be broke if it goes on like this."
- — Mr. Taylor about Leanne