Occupation Actor, singer Years active 2006-present
Tanner Cohen is an American stage, film and television actor, and singer.
In 2006, Cohen appeared as Tad Becker in five episodes of the American soap opera
. As the World Turns  He appeared alongside  Uma Thurman and Evan Rachel Wood in the 2007 thriller . The Life Before Her Eyes  In 2008, he made his leading film debut as Timothy in  , an independent musical film, based on Were the World Mine . He also contributed to the soundtrack. A Midsummer Night's Dream     He had taken voice lessons for a year.  
In 2010, Cohen appeared opposite Andy Ridings in
Over and Over, a play produced as part of the New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC). The play ran from August 18 to August 28 at the Studio @ Cherry Lane, then again from September 9 through 25 as part of The FringeNYC Encore Series.   
In 2013, Cohen appeared in
in the role of a shy college grad (Doc) who devises to shoot a documentary about the New York City nightlife scene to meet the go-go guy ( Getting Go: The Go Doc Project Matthew Camp) he's obsessed with.
Jewish. He graduated from  UCLA in 2009, and is openly gay.
His brother,  David Oliver Cohen, is a television actor.  
In 2010, he recorded and posted
a video in connection with the It Gets Better Project and The Trevor Project. 
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