Tara Ward was born and
raised in America; she came to England on holiday, aged 16, and has
remained ever since. She trained at Redroofs
Favourite shows include playing Gwendolyn
in The Importance Of Being Ernest in the West
End with Hinge & Bracket, and summer season with the late, great Les
Dawson in Run For Your Wife.
Tara also played Miami in Sam
Shepard’s Seduced (Colchester),
the lead in the Canadian musical Cruel Tears (Leicester) and four performances at Sonning’s
Mill Theatre: Lend me a Tenor,
Out of Order, Fling!
and A Party to Murder. Tara also
toured Russia with Forever Elvis.
Tara Ward's many
television appearances include Dr. Who,
District Nurse, Never the Twain, Bon Voyage, Unreported Incident, Waiting for God,
Every Silver Lining, The Chamber, Frightmares, and most
recently the Drama Documentary History of the Future for CNN.
Tara is also a talented writer and
has co-starred in two self-penned comedy plays in London: Wish You Weren't Here and Downside Up. She has been commissioned by Thames
TV and Channel Four to write
situation comedy pilots, has published six books on personal development,
and is also a highly experienced voice-over artiste.
As a professional role-player
in the corporate market Tara has
facilitated countless scenarios World-wide,
including South Africa, UAE, USA, China, South Korea, and Australia.
Tara has also recorded several audio books.