Raven haired Tamara Taylor plays Dr. Camille Saroyan on Fox/TV's Bones. The Toronto native has had a long and successful career as an actress. Just months after moving to Los Angeles from her native Toronto, she booked parts in both television and film.
Although Taylor usually wears her hair long and lush with soft waves and curls, she appeared to have a dramatic new haircut on the March 10th episode of Bones titled "The Blackout in the Blizzard."
Unfortunately Taylor had a very small part in the Blackout episode. When she appeared briefly on screen her hairstyle was a classic chin-length stick straight swingy bob with a side-swept fringe.
Tamara wore her hair pulled back from a center part and pinned up into a faux short hairstyle at the 2010 Fox All Star Party on August 2, 2010 at the Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, California.
I had a very hard time trying to figure out if Tamara had cut her hair into a medium length bob, was wearing a wig or had her hair pinned up.
It was disappointing Tamara had such little screen time in which to discover the true story on her new much shorter hairstyle.
If I had to guess I would say Tamara was wearing a sleek bob lace front wig. It looked very chic. However, it's possible she actually cut her hair. The only way to tell for sure is to see how Tamara wears her hair in future episodes of Bones.
More About Tamara Taylor
Taylor’s first big break came when she landed a series regular role on “Party of Five,” playing Matthew Fox’s love interest, “Grace.”
Later, she starred as “Dr. Ana Syphax” in Steven Bochco’s drama “City of Angels” with Blair Underwood; as “Sarah” opposite Paula Marshall on “Hidden Hills”; and as “Nina” in “Sex, Love & Secrets” with Denise Richards and Eric Balfour. Among dozens of memorable guest appearances, Taylor has also appeared on “Lost,” “Numb3rs,” “CSI: Miami” and “NCIS.”
She has also been seen in the critically acclaimed cable biopic “Introducing Dorothy Dandridge,” Tyler Perry’s box office hit “Diary of a Mad Black Woman” and Joss Whedon’s sci-fi adventure “Serenity.”
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