Maui Taylor

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Maui Taylor
Born Maureen Anne Tupaz
(1983-06-28) June 28, 1983 (age 31)
Philippines

Maui Taylor (born Maureen Anne Rodriguez Tupaz; June 28, 1983) is a Filipino-English model, singer, and actress.

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Taylor initially got into show biz with the assistance of a cousin who was a member of a dance group in the Philippines. She was eventually cast on the Filipino TV soap opera Anna Karenina at the age of 14. This led to other roles in various TV shows as well as cinema.[citation needed]

Taylor appeared on the cover of the April 2002 issue of FHM (Philippine edition). She appeared in her first starring role in the movie Gamitan, which grossed almost P70 million in the local box office.[citation needed]

Maui Taylor had early movie appearances in films such as Tatarin and S2pid Luv, both from Viva Films.

In 2002, she got her first starring role in Gamitan. Also in 2002, Taylor appeared in the film Hibla In April 2003, she co-starred in the sex comedy Sex Drive.

For her next movie was titled Ang Huling Birhen Sa Lupa (international title: The Last Virgin). Taylor gained her first acting nomination with the film, for Best Actress which went to her co-star Ara Mina.

Later in 2003, she starred Viva's films Masamang Ugat and Bugbog Sarado as well as a music video collection called Sex Goddess.

In 2012, Taylor returned to acting in the South Korean film "The Taste of Money" as the tragic maid of a wealthy conglomerate family.

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