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Mix in the allure of Olivia Wilde and the heavenly comeliness of flame-haired bombshells through the years and you have TAYLOR ROBERTS. Just made a discovery that redheads were called love goddesses back in the day and a glimpse at Miss TAYLOR confirms how heavenly she is…:) Even Legendary Al Pacino is smitten with her having collaborated on staged readings of Betsy and Napolean and regularly opting to read with her…now that’s an impressive feat on her part. She’s on the fast track to becoming a TV Vixen on January 29th in the new series “Happily Divorced” headlined by one-of-a-kind nasal-enhanced comedy queen Fran Drescher. Lo and Behold, she’s been cast as Beautiful Girl in the “Anniversary” episode probably banking on her telegenic appeal. Best recognized for her role as Camilla Barnes in “Law and Order: Criminal Intent”, essaying the multi-layered duplicitous character in her battle of wits with Detective Robert Goren (the always cool Vincent D’Onofrio). Currently, she’s also a model in the denim-inspired 2011 Esprit Perfume as well as the La Senza Swimwear campaigns, ever so bewitchingly sexy in both (see the hot videos above). Those sassy red curls ensure TAYLOR’s a divine standout. The TAYLOR ROBERTS OFFICIAL SITE is your resource to a wealth of information, videos and pics of this tasty performer.
Be prepared for the charm offensive from Taylor Roberts as she can be seen on various prestigious fashion runways and Relish Magazine has her as their cover girl on their premiere issue. With her interchangeable looks and elegant hair to match, she’s very much the style princess. Just found a video “Follow Me On Twitta” that sees her as a cutie pie, all adorably lovey dovey…she’s stealing hearts all over the world i reckon. Taylor lists Rita Hayworth and Kathryn Hepburn as her favorite actresses and I won’t be surprise if she scales the same heights of popularity as her idols achieved during their careers…:)
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