Lili and partner, Nick Flynn, are expecting their first child in January 2008.
Lili was a drama school classmate of the X-Files star Gillian Anderson.
Lili guess starred in episode Mind's Eye of The X Files in 1998 and was nominated to an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series for her appearance.
Lily has a black pug dog named Gulliver which she found in the middle of the road.
Lili does not drink and no longer smokes. She rarely uses makeup.
She is active in the 52nd Street Project giving inner city kids a chance to experience theater first hand.
Lili shares birth-day with Kurt Cobain and Lauren Ambrose, her co-star from Six Feet Under.
Lili considers herself a non-radical feminist.
Lili was diagnosed as a manic-depressive in her teen years but she never agreed with that diagnosis.
Lili's father describes her first acting experience as a 6th grade production of "Once Upon a Mattress".
Lili's grandfather was one of the town's founders, yet Lili does not describe her family as rich.
Lili has five siblings whom she grew up with in a big house.
Her parents are Park and Marie Taylor. Her father ran a hardware store.
Michael Rapaport pleaded guilty to harassment of her. He had to stay away from her and undergo counseling for one year.
Lili has her own theatre company, Machine Full.
Lili's a good friend of David Duchovny whom she worked with in the movie 'The Secret'.
Lili studied acting at the famed Piven Theatre Workshop in Evanston. Other succesful actors who studied there are John Cusack, Joan Cusack, Ann Cusack, Aidan Quinn, Jeremy Piven, and Lara Flynn Boyle.
Lili's brother in law is the famous New York casting director Daniel Swee.
Lili owns a black pug dog named Gulliver. She found him on the side of the road in upstate New York.
Lili graduated from New Trier High School, same school as Rock Hudson and Ann-Margret.
Lisa was harassed by Michael Rapaport who pleaded guilty and was ordered to stay away from her and to undergo counseling for a year.
Lili is 5'5".
Lili: (on how she choses her roles) I think what's important to me in taking a part is whether or not the director can get as much creative control as possible.
Lili: The weird thing about this business and I'm sure this operates in many other things, but it's very present and acute in this business is that a lot of people don't realize that they have power. Particularly actors.
Lili: I tried to do the commercial thing. But I don't want to keep shoving Twinkies down everyone's throat. People are hungry for something of more substance.
Lili: It's been very important for me to follow my gut or my heart, or whichever organ you want to go by.
Lili: I see my job as an actor to be as good a channel as I can be. Acting is a gift, and I have respect for it.
Lili: I do believe there's good in all of us, even if it's layered over so thickly.
Lili As a woman, a lot of stories haven't been told and we've got a lot of catching up to do.
Lili: I guess the characters I play may be at the more destructive edge of the spectrum, more damaged or whatever, but I find a lot of female roles uninteresting. I would rather play someone who's fucked-up and deep than someone who's one-dimensional and invisible. I would rather drive something and be crazy than be forgotten and nothing.