Tara Rule is an actress, artist, musician, writer, and filmmaker from New York. She has been performing since the age of 5 and has been featured in a number of films, commercials, albums, and touring productions.

Tara has received national recognition for her vocal abilities and live performances.

Tara’s visual art has circulated galleries world wide. Her pieces were displayed on Baltimore’s LED artist billboard in 2016. She is most known for her controversial portrait work, which she stated was a way to cope with living with a rare, chronic, terminal illness. She has been featured in several art magazines and websites, as well as on several art podcasts.

Tara has taken up film making in recent years. Her first ever short film, Before The Fern, which she wrote, directed, produced, edited, and composed, has been internationally recognized and was premiered on network television. Before The Fern recently won in the category for ‘Best Short’ in the Reale International Film Festival. Her second film titled Cato, has won numerous international film festival awards including the Hollywood International Golden Age Festival and The Best Shorts International Film Festival to name a few.

Tara has participated in many organizations to help advocate/raise awareness for social injustices, animal rights, prison reform, and worldwide amnesty.

Tara has starred in a number of films that are currently in post production and are expected to premier within the next year.