Tamara Taylor Bio, Age, Net worth, Family, Sister, Parents, Married, Height, Ethnicity, Modelling

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Tamara Taylor Biography and Wiki

Tamara Taylor is a Canadian film and television actress. In the forensic crime drama Bones, she played Dr. Camille Saroyan, the head of the Forensic Division. Taylor also appeared in Season 7 of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Taylor made her television debut in an episode of the 1991 series ‘A Different World.’ She then played Grace Wilcox in the television series ‘Party of Five.’

Tamara Taylor Age

She is 52 years old as of  2022. She was born on 27th September 1970 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Tamara Taylor Height

Taylor stands at a height of  5’7″ (170 cm) tall. ALSO READ: Jane Krakowski

Tamara Taylor Nationality and Ethnicity

She is an American national and citizen by birth. She was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry of  Barbadian, Canadian, and Scottish.

Tamara Taylor Parents | Family and Sister

She was born on 27th September 1970 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to Vaughn Grouse and Deborah Reid. She got her last name from her stepfather, Eddie Taylor.

Tamara Taylor Married | Husband

Taylor got married to attorney Miles Cooley in the year 2007. Unfortunately, the couple divorced five years later in, May 2012. Previously, she was married to Glen Wexler from 1984 to 1986. Currently, she is single with no kids.

Tamara Taylor’s Net worth

She has an estimated net worth of around $5 million.

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Tamara Taylor Modelling| Career

Taylor started her career on television by appearing in an episode of the 1991 series ‘A Different World’. She then appeared as Grace Wilcox in the series Party of Five’. In the year 1998, she got featured in the TV program ‘Dawson’s Creek. The same year, she made her debut on the big screen through the flick ‘Senseless’. Soon after this, Taylor acted in the TV movie ‘Introducing Dorothy and the dramas Early Edition’ and ‘Providence’. She played Della in the CBS medical drama 3Ibs and Nina in the UPN series Sex, Love & Secrets; both series were canceled. She has appeared as a guest on NCIS, Numb3rs, Lost, CSI: Miami, Without a Trace, Party of Five, and Dawson’s Creek. She played Marlon Wayans’ love interest in her feature film debut, senseless. She played Debrah Simmons in the 2005 romantic comedy Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Halle Berry’s best friend in Introducing Dorothy Dandridge, and had a brief appearance in Serenity, the film adaptation of Joss Whedon’s TV series Firefly. Because of her role in Serenity,

The actress also appeared in the TV series Lost, as the former girlfriend of Michael and mother of Walt. She first appeared in Bones in the first episode of the second season, “The Titan on the Tracks”, portraying the character Dr. Camille Saroyan. In the first six episodes of the season, she was credited as a guest star because creator and writer Hart Hanson had planned to kill her off in episode 12 when Haward Epps, a recurring serial killer, poisoned her, to create more tension and drama between the two main characters, but the response to her character was so strong that the writers offered her a position as a recurring regular in the show. Thus, from the following episode, “The Girl with the Curl,” she was credited as a main character for the remainder of the series. The Canadian actress later recurred on the final season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. portraying the Chronicom Sibyl who was the season’s secondary antagonist. As of 2021, she stars in the new Law & Order: Special victims Unit spinoff, Law & Order: Crime alongside Christopher Meloni and Dylan McDermott which premiered April 1st.