Tammy Taylor

About Tammy Taylor

Who is it?: Actress, Costume Department, Costume Designer
Birth Day: June 16, 1862
Birth Place:  Los Angeles, California, United States
Died On: 27 July 1911(1911-07-27) (aged 49)\nChristchurch
Birth Sign: Aquarius
Succeeded by: John Joseph Dougall
Preceded by: Charles Allison
Political party: Independent New Liberal Party
Spouse(s): Elizabeth Best Ellison (m. 1892)
Children: Five daughters and one son, including E.B.E. Taylor
Occupation: Importer, estate agent

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Tammy Taylor was born on June 16, 1862 in  Los Angeles, California, United States, is Actress, Costume Department, Costume Designer. Tammy Taylor was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley, California. She is an actress, best known for Meatballs Part II (1984), the 1980 ice-skating drama The Heartbreak Winner on ABC Afterschool Specials (1972) and as the original teen-aged Hope Williams on Days of Our Lives (1965). Tammy recently returned to acting after raising her family and stars in the feature film The Wedding Dress (2014) and the dramedy web series Just Us Guys (2014). She has been married to Glen Wexler since September 29, 1984, and lives with her husband in the Hollywood Hills. Their children are Jenna Lynn Wexler, fashion copywriter and stylist, and Ian Wexler, pixel artist and video game designer.
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💰 Net worth: Under Review

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He had a worldwide outlook. There was no country, no nation, no social movement that did not command his interest. He had a passion for freedom, and his whole career was inspired by the desire that men should have the fullest opportunity for untrammelled development.



Taylor was born on 16 June 1862 in Kirton in Lindsey, Lincolnshire, England, the son of Edward Taylor and his wife, Anne Turner. The Taylors emigrated to New Zealand in 1873, arriving at Lyttelton on the Cardigan Castle on 15 November. They settled in Addington. Taylor briefly continued his education at Christchurch West School but left in 1874 for employment.


Taylor was a successful importer and estate agent in Christchurch. He married Elizabeth Best Ellison in 1892. They had five daughters, and one son, Edward Bickmore Ellison Taylor, who was a member of the Christchurch City Council between 1968 and 1971.


For nearly 20 years, Taylor was employed by Heywood and Co (forwarding agents) and was their manager for several years. In February 1895, he became self-employed as a real estate agent and importer.


He contested the City of Christchurch electorate at the 1896 general election in December and this time was returned as a Member of Parliament. He held this seat until 1899 and from 1902 to 1905.


Taylor was an Independent MP. In 1905 he became the leader of the New Liberal Party. He opposed the Premier Richard Seddon of the Liberal Party over government corruption, and Seddon’s support for the Licensed Trade (i.e., the Liquor Industry) and the Boer War in South Africa. Other Independent MPs associated with Taylor were George Laurenson, Leonard Isitt, Harry Bedford and Francis Fisher.


Taylor died of a perforated gastric ulcer at Christchurch on 27 July 1911. Such was the respect he commanded that 50,000 people lined the streets of the city for his funeral procession. James McCombs, Secretary of the Christchurch Prohibition League and later a Labour Party MP, paid tribute to his co-worker and friend: