Taya is a willowy, 6-foot-tall part-time college student with an exuberant personality that complements her exotic and alluring beauty. Her mother comes from German, Norwegian, French, English and Cherokee Indian stock, while her father’s heritage is Blackfoot Indian, African-American and Mediterranean. “I am blessed with an amazing gene pool that gives me a look like no one else,” she says.
On the day Vivid was to introduce her at a lavish party at the Garden of Eden in Hollywood a car traveling 90 miles an hour in a 35 mph zone crashed into Taya’s car as she drove to her hairdresser. She was knocked unconscious and suffered a serious laceration. She recovered and as soon as she could she made her debut film, “Watch Me,” a study in exhibitionism that was to become a bestseller.
Attired in low-rider jeans or hip huggers and sporting Gucci sunglasses, Taya blends in easily in the Southern California college campus she attends. She’s a guy magnet, and men are constantly asking her out on dates. “The best pickup line I’ve heard lately came from this unassuming man who walked up to me and very politely inquired if I’d been hurt. I asked him what he meant and he said, ‘When you fell from heaven.’ I was enchanted so I had a cup of coffee with him and he turned out to be a nice guy. He even took me bowling, which is my favorite sport.”
In her spare time, Taya is an avid reader of history and romance novels. She’s a jazz fan who also likes R&B (her favorite group is Jagged Edge) and she loves the movies. Julia Roberts and Halle Berry are the stars she most admires. Since she’s a gourmet cook who likes her own food, she stays in shape with a regular routine of gym workouts and running. When she leaves the adult industry, she wants to have children and start a business career.