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Tamara Taylor, born on 27 September 1970, is a Canadian actress who has become famous for her role as Dr. Camille Saroyan in the television show “Bones”, which began airing in 2006.
So how much is Taylor’s net worth? As of late 2016, based on authoritative sources, it is reported to be over $4 million acquired from her years as an actress in both movies and on television.
Tamara Taylor Net Worth $4 million
Born in Toronto, Canada, Taylor is of mixed race – African Canadian from her father’s side and Scottish Canadian on her mother’s side. With her dreams of becoming a model, she decided to quit high school and focused on her career.
During Taylor’s early years in the industry, she was able to book various commercial gigs, and so took a long time before breaking out in either film or television. Finally during the ‘90s she started getting relatively small roles in various television shows, including “Freshmen Dorm” and “A Different World”.
In 1996, Taylor’s career achieved success when she became part of the television series “Party of Five”; from having a one-episode appearance, she became one of the regulars of the show, which lasted for 16 episodes, and the show led her to more opportunities. Soon she was appearing in more well-known series, such as “Dawson’s Creek”, “Early Edition”, “Providence”, and “City of Angels”. Her early years in the world of television helped set up her career and increase her net worth.
During the 2000s, Taylor became more visible on both large and small screens. Although most of her appearances on television were short, they still helped further her career as an actress. Some of the shows she appeared in included “Miracles”, “Six Feet Under”, CSI: Miami”, “Lost”, “Sex, Love and Secrets” and “NCIS”. She also did a couple of movies from time to time, including “Diary of a Mad Black Woman”, “Serenity” and “Gordon Glass”, all of which have helped increase her wealth.
After many years in Hollywood, Taylor received a career breakthrough in 2006 when she became part of the forensic crime series “Bones”. She played the part of Dr. Camille Saroyan in the show’s second season, a character that was meant to have a guest appearance and later on to be killed-off, but.much to the surprise of the writers, her role made an impact among the show’s followers, and they decided to keep her character. Up until today, she is still part of the show and has become one of its main stars. Her part in the show catapulted her to success, and has tremendously increased her net worth.
Today, Taylor is still active as an actress. Aside from her regular character in “Bones”, some of her most recent projects have included the movies “Justice League: Gods and Monsters”, “Reluctant Nanny” and “Angus Falls”. She also made a guest appearance in the television series “Hunt the Truth”.
In terms of her personal life, Taylor was married to Miles Cooley in 2006, but they divorced in 2012.