Taylor Valhalla Evermore is the teenage son of the Nordic God of Lies and thus, a demigod. He was sent to Orchid Bay Elementary School to trick June into freeing his father from banishment. During his time at the school he becomes very popular among the other kids and even becomes a brief crush to June. This sets up a love triangle between himself, June, and Marcus, who becomes a rival to him for June's affection.
Taylor does free his father but realizes that it was a mistake and that what he and June shared was real. To make up for his wrongdoings, he battles Loki and takes him back to the underworld.
During his only appearance, "Who's Your Daddy?," Taylor's outfit is consists of a thin tight short-sleeved green t-shirt tucked in his blue jeans, a black belt with a golden rectangular belt buckle, and sapphire converse sneakers.
Taylor also wears a cobalt blue jacket with his outfit. Taylor is fair-skinned with a pointy chin and nose, and has bright brown hair that is spiked up in the back with bangs combed to the sides. Taylor and June seem visually opposite since Taylor has natural brown hair and natural dark eyes while June has natural black hair and natural brown eyes.
Taylor's middle name is Valhalla which, in Norse legend, was a hall located in Asgard, where those who died in honorable battle travel to upon their demise.
He has an uncle Teddy and a aunt Gloria, probably from his mother's side, who were also banished by Loki.
He just moved in from "Walnut Grove". It is unclear which Walnut Grove it is, but fans have theorized it could be the one in Minnesota, north-east of where Orchid Bay would be. There is also one in Sacramento county in Florida, near San Francisco, the city Orchid Bay is based on.
According to Jody, he lives on Devonshire Drive. The house we see there is very neglected, unkempt and abandoned-looking.
His eyes are green.
His favorite color is blue.
He enjoys a light breakfast, usually toast and cereal with a sliced banana.
When he shape-shifts, his hair forms into tiny horns between shape-shifting, usually followed by actual horns in a monster-form.
The actual Loki from norse myth is told to have had a son (a wolf) and a daughter (a ruler of the underworld) so it is unknown whether Taylor is a reference to any real myth or whether he has siblings in this representation of Loki as well.