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Australian Tamara Guo (pronounced Ghwar) was born in Inner-Mongolian China and educated in Sydney Australia. Tamara is a super star throughout Asia appearing in numerous movies, television productions, hosted live television broadcasts, concerts, numerous stage productions including a season on Broadway New York. 


 
Tamara starting singing from the age of 14 winning several competitions including "Best Singer in the Australia - Youth Arts Competition", "Best Singer in the National Australian Chinese Singing Competition" and "Best Singer in the Sydney Chinese Society Singing Competition", she was invited to perform as honoured guest singer at the "Leslie Chueng Concert" in Sydney. Tamara was the main artist at several large-scale concerts in 2003 and 2004, including "Charity Concert of Millennium Golden Songs" and "All-Star Night Charity Concert" Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. She was the leading singer for both concerts which were extremely successful and well received by audiences with many VIPs including the First Lady of Malaysia, Government Ministers and many other prominent figures. Her concert "Golden Songs of Theresa Tang" in Sydney, Australia was a big hit and one of the most popular events in that city.
People were keen to hear her sing as she had gained the title of "Australian Tang" with tickets sold out weeks before the performance. Tamara performed at the Sydney Opera House as leading singer (2000), where she presented a recording of the performance to China's President Jiang Zeeman. In 2000 she performed 22 concerts in Hong Kong sponsored by Jacky Chan (2000) Tamara has performed at over 2,500 concerts throughout Asia, America and Australia attended by the Prime Minister and many VIP's in the audience. 
The Tamara Guo Concert was staged in Melbourne annually from 1999 to 2004. Warner Music Company released two of Tamara's CD's in Taiwan: "Beyond the Horizon", and "Waiting"


Tamara started performing musicals in 2000 when she played the leading role in "Look up the Golden Sun" with The Godot Theatre Company, Taiwan. Quickly recognised as a huge success, Tamara soon became one of Taiwan's best musical performers and invited to perform in 2002 on Broadway New York. Tamara co-starred in another Godot production: "The Angel Never Sleeps" touring major Chinese cities of Beijing,Shanghai and Hangzhou as well as all over Taiwan. Tamara made her drama debut in Taipei in 2001 for the same Godot Theatre Company as leading actress in Peter Schaffer's "Amadeus" with her performance winning much praise from critics. Later she played the leading role in the English speaking play: "WWW.COM" produced by the Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre in 2003, the first time in China an original Chinese play had been performed in English, Tamara's performance attracted the attention of Shanghai professionals and audiences. Since starting in musicals and plays, she has had about 523 performances' in total.


Tamara has played as leading actress in numerous films, TV movies and series. Films such as "Women on the Run", "Strong Wind Last Night" and "Ghost House" produced by the Hong Kong Eastern Film Studio. The futuristic action kung fu movie "Technical Warrior 2020" shot in Hong Kong featured co-stars from Korea, the Philippines, Italy and the US. Tamara then made the film "Ghost Promise" in 1999. She has been featured in various TV programs throughout South East Asian countries as well as Australia including the Winter Asian Games with China's Heilongjiang TV plus co-hosting Chinese New Year Night celebrations on Tianjin TV China
She has also made several TV commercials throughout Asia, most notably remembered for Remy Martin in Hong Kong. Most recently Tamara has been teaching drama in Singapore. 


Born: Inner Mongolia China, grew up and educated in Australia.
Nationality: Australian.
Star Sign: Sagittarius.
Favourite Colours: Purple, white.
Hobbies: Horse riding, swimming, gymnastics, playing piano, travelling, watching movies.
Talent: singing, acting, kung-fu.