Tamar Started working in Film and TV as an actress at age 10. During her young acting days she worked with Marlon Brando, Anna Paquin, Jason Scott-Lee and Tony Goldwyn on numerous films but it is her role as Prunella on the Emmy Award winning cartoon Arthur that is her biggest claim to fame. It's a voice she started doing at age 13 and still does over 20 years later. At age 18 she got a hold of a camera and thus began her long love of filmmaking. After graduating from Carleton University School of Journalism, her experience on film sets helped her create a signature documentary style. Her work has been screened at Festivals like Planet in Focus and Oilo Fest, and she received an Astral Media Emerging Filmmakers Scholarship from Hot Docs, A BC Heritage Award of Excellence, A Canada 150 Grant, Best BC Music Video Award form the Okanagan Film Festival and an Interpretation Canada Bronze Medal for her cultural video work. Her work is multifaceted. She can produce Hard News as well as Artistic Music Videos, Art Gallery Promos, Insightful Documentaries, Travelogues, Character Driven Current Affairs Pieces, Experimental Video, Interactive Documentaries and Fiction. She has directed and produced numerous TV shows for Cable Networks including live broadcasts, and is hired by numerous companies to produce Promotional Videos. She is currently working on writing scripts for fiction films and a multi-platform project that includes VR vignettes and an App. In 2017 she will be producing and directing her first multi-media theatrical show called S'yiyaya.