Anzzia Magazine 11:2018 - Page 26


tara warren

Anzzia: You're doing so much! You're an actress, you're a model, you're a dancer; let's start with your work in film. How did you get involved in acting?

Tara: Oh my gosh. I think the entertainment arena has always been a love of mine since I was young. My Mom used to model so, that's probably where it started. I have two older brothers so, she put me in quite a bit of girly girl stuff to keep me more, /laughs, more evened out instead of being the tomboy. So, I would say it started back way, way when I was young. Just the love and respect for the arts.

Photos By: Brian L. Christian

Anzzia: Oh, that's beautiful! Okay, so I see you also have some credits from the Tennessee Film Festival. You were in The Carving which is soon to be released. As well as The Gift of Zara. What was it like working on a film set? How was that? Your first experience?

Tara: Oh my gosh. I think I feel, I love sports too and I have two boys so I think I can relate a lot of stuff too. It's probably like Michael Jordan being able to be paid for doing something. It's almost amazing to me and I think your so blessed when what your able to do is not even a job. When you are able to do something that you love doing and you're getting paid for it, it's just like icing on the cake.

Anzzia: Exactly!

Tara: I mean who could ask for anything more than that?

Anzzia: Exactly! That's so true! Okay so, your love for modeling and stuff started when you were really young. When did you really start getting into film and honing your craft in such a way?

Tara: That came along right after – because I was in college and our family, my Mom and Dad, were very firm on getting your education first. So, once I started hitting the Miss America circuit and doing different pageants like that to get more money for college. That's when I started dabbling in a little bit in the acting part of it. Then getting more involved and trying to be on the set for dance films and stuff like that. So, I