William S. Taylor (born William Stephen Taylor; August 6, 1947) is a Canadian film and television actor and a Canadian musician and director.
Taylor first appeared as G.I. in Twilight Zone: The Movie' (1983). He had a supporting role as Dr. Trimble in the 1989 horror film; ''Fly II'' (sequel to the 1986 horror film The Fly). Taylor played Detective Keller in Canadian suspense film; The Silencer, and Mr. Garter in Willard.
In 2002, he appeared in Rick Bota's horror film Hellraiser: Hellseeker, (the sixth film in the series) inwhich Taylor had a leading role in. A year later, Taylor was featured in Scary Movie 3 as Mr. Meeks.
In 2004, he played as Mr. Jacobson in Smallville, in a single episode.
In 2007, Taylor played as Lead Riot Singer, starred alongside Canadian comedian/actor Will Arnett, American comedian/actor Danny McBridge and Canadian comedian/actor Andrew Younghusband (as Angry Father) in Hot Rod.
In 2009, he appeared in Watchmen as Prison Psychiatrist.
In 2010, Taylor appeared in the Canadian tv-show Canadian Comedy Shorts as Fire Chief.