|Partner(s)||Claus Skytte Kamper|
|Relatives||Benedict Taylor (brother)|
Taylor portrayed the slave dancer Oola in Return of the Jedi, the last film of the original trilogy. She reprised the part fourteen years later, filming new scenes for the 1997 Special Edition release, and was the only performer from the original to do so. Because of this role, she appears at science fiction and Star Wars conventions around the world.
Taylor was cast as Tantomile in the 1981 original London production of the musical Cats, during which she learned she had been cast as Oola for Return of the Jedi. She appeared in the 1998 TV movie version of Cats as Exotica, a character that was created specially for her and exclusively for the film.
Femi lives in Odense, Denmark, has two children and is married to Claus Skytte Kamper.
|1983||Return of the Jedi||Oola||Reprised the role in 1997 to film additional scenes for the special edition|
|1990||A Kink in the Picasso||Nadia|
|1984||Miracles Take Longer||Tracy Benedict||2 episodes|
|1986||The Bill||Nurse||Episode: Loan Shark|
|Screenplay||Linda||Episode: Drums Along Balmoral Drive|
- Matt Forbeck (2011). Star Wars vs. Star Trek: Could the Empire kick the Federation's ass? And other galaxy-shaking enigmas. Adams Media. p. 34. ISBN 9781440525773.
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