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Tamara Taylor Wiki

Tamara Taylor is a Canadian actress who was born on September 27, 1970. In the forensic crime drama Bones, she played Dr. Camille Saroyan, chief of the Forensic Division.

In season seven of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., she also made an appearance, playing the secondary antagonist Sibyl. She also had a starring role in Law & Order: Organized Crime’s first two seasons.

NameTamara Taylor
Date of BirthSeptember 27, 1970
Age53 years
Place of BirthToronto, Canada
HusbandMiles Cooley (m. 2007–2012)
Height1.69 m
Net worth$3 million (estimated)

Tamara Taylor Background

Taylor was born in Toronto, having a Bajan father and a Scottish mother. She left high school to pursue modeling and travel, and her mother supported her choice, telling her that “education will always be there.”

Tamara Taylor Career

Tamara Taylor portrayed Della in the CBS medical drama 3 lbs. and Nina in the UPN series Sex, Love & Secrets; both were brief lived.

Taylor’s role in Serenity gave her the opportunity to try out for a program with David Boreanaz, an actor who had previously collaborated with Joss Whedon on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. She also had an appearance on the television show Lost as Walt’s mother and Michael’s old lover.

She made her Bones debut as Dr. Camille Saroyan in the opening episode of the second season, “The Titan on the Tracks.” She was listed as a guest star in the first six episodes of the season.

Tamara Taylor Husband

Tamara Taylor wed lawyer Miles Cooley in 2007, but the pair separated in May 2012.

Tamara Taylor Net worth

Tamara Taylor has an estimated net worth of $3 million.

Her most well-known television roles were probably on “Bones” and “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Between 2006 and 2017, she appeared in 223 episodes of “Bones.”

Tamara Taylor Filmography


1998 Senseless Janice Tyson
2005 Diary of a Mad Black Woman Debrah Simmons
Serenity Teacher
2007 Gordon Glass Karen
2011 Shuffle Linda
2015 Justice League: Gods and Monsters Bekka / Wonder Woman (voices) Direct-to-video
Reluctant Nanny Andrea Moore
2017 August Falls Mina


1991 A Different World Roast Attendee (uncredited) Episode: “Never Can Say Goodbye”
1992 Freshmen Dorm Carla Episode: “The Scarlet Letter”
1996–1997 Party of Five Grace Wilcox 16 episodes
1998 Dawson’s Creek Laura Weston 2 episodes
1999 Early Edition Meredith Armstrong Episode: “Blowing Up is Hard to Do”
Providence Tracy Doyle Episode: “The Phantom Menace”
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge Geri Nicholas Television film
2000 City of Angels Dr. Ana Syphax 13 episodes
2002–2003 Hidden Hills Sarah Timmerman 17 episodes
2003 Miracles Dr. Linda Qualey Episode: “The Ferguson Syndrome”
Everwood Dr. Lence Episode: “Daddy’s Little Girl”
Becker Dana McCall Episode: “The Unbelievable Wrongness of Talking”
Without a Trace Tracy McAllister Episode: “Trip Box”
2004 The District Agent Midge Halpern Episode: “A.K.A.”
Six Feet Under Inez Episode: “Bomb Shelter”
CSI: Miami Dr. Leslie Harrison Episode: “Crime Wave”
One on One Judy Episode: “Who Brought the Jive Turkey?”
2005 Lost Susan Porter 2 episodes
Sex, Love & Secrets Nina 8 episodes
2005–2006 NCIS Special Agent Cassie Yates 2 episodes
2006 Numb3rs Olivia Rawlings Episode: “The O.G.”
3 lbs Della Episode: “Lost for Words”
2006–2017 Bones Dr. Camille Saroyan 223 episodes
2015 Hell’s Kitchen Herself Episode: “4 Chefs Compete”
Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles Bekka / Wonder Woman Episode: “Big”
2018 Altered Carbon Oumou Prescott 5 episodes
2019 The L Word: Generation Q Maya Episode: “Lapse in Judgement”
2020 October Faction Deloris Allen 10 episodes
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Sibyl 5 episodes
2021–2022 Law & Order: Organized Crime[8] Angela Wheatley 15 episodes.

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