Zara Taylor

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Zara Taylor
Born (1983-11-05) 5 November 1983 (age 38)
Clearwater, British Columbia, Canada
💼 Occupation
  • Actor
  • singer-songwriter

Zara Taylor (born 5 November 1983) is a Canadian actor and singer-songwriter. Born in Clearwater, British Columbia, and raised in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Career[edit]

Taylor is known in the trance scene under the name Zara and Zara Taylor[1] The single Lost by Roger Shah (under the pseudonym Sunlounger) and Zara Taylor was #1 on the Beatport Trance charts and voted the Tune of the Year in Armin van Buuren's radio show "A State of Trance" in 2008.[2] Previously, she had worked as a singer with house DJ and producer Sultan (also spelled Soul Tan).[3] In December 2018, Will Atkinson’s remix of Zara’s single “Lost” climbed back up the Trance charts to #1 and held the spot well into 2019.

Whilst filming the Masters of Horror episode Cigarette Burns in 2005, she was accidentally blinded. Fortunately, her eyes had recovered four days later.

Discography[edit]

  • 2006: Tommyboy & Sultan feat. Zara – B With U
  • 2006: Sultan feat. Zara – No Why
  • 2007: Soul Tan feat. Zara – Feng Shui Café
  • 2008: DJ Tarkan & Soul Tan feat. Zara – Deep Dive in Istanbul
  • 2008: Tommyboy & Sultan feat. Zara – Come Together
  • 2008: Sultan & Ned Shepard feat. Zara – Let's Get Physical
  • 2008: Sunlounger feat. Zara – Crawling
  • 2008: Sunlounger feat. Zara – Lost
  • 2008: Chin Injeti & Zara Taylor – Words
  • 2010: Sunlounger feat. Zara Taylor – Found
  • 2010: Sunlounger and Zara Taylor – Feels Like Heaven
  • 2012: Sunlounger & Zara Taylor – Try to Be Love
  • 2012: No Angel / Broken
  • 2012: Alex Morph & Zara Taylor – Human
  • 2012: Belearic Sunrise
  • 2013: Roger Shah, DJ Feel & Zara Taylor – One Life
  • 2015: Roger Shah, Antillas & Zara Taylor – Fire
  • 2016: In Pieces – Vocal Pack
  • 2018: Let It Go – Moonsouls & Zara Taylor

Filmography[edit]

  • 2005: Dante's Cove – as Amber in 2 episodes.[4]
  • 2005: Killer Instinst – as attractive woman
  • 2005: Cigarette Burns as Annie (Episode 8 Masters of Horror)
  • 2006: Hollow Man 2
  • 2006: Past Tense
  • 2006: The L Word
  • 2007: Good Luck Chuck
  • 2007: No Brother of Mine

References[edit]

  1. http://www.electrowow.net/2016/10/zara-taylor-canadian-vocal-trance-queen-premieres-video-fire.html
  2. http://trancerepublic.org/fire-roger-shah-antillas-zara-taylor/
  3. https://www.nightclubber.com.ar/foro/279/interviews/186845/zara-taylor-interview.html
  4. "Dante's Cove (2004 – )". IMDb. Retrieved 22 February 2019.

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