Tamara Melo Duarte was born in Toronto, Canada and is perhaps best known for her recurring role as Rosita in the hit television series Wynonna Earp, Charlie on Degrassi: The Next Gen, and Mandy on Longmire. She caught the performing and producing bug at a very young by watching then starring, and working behind the stage, in Folklore plays at the Vitoria Setubal Community Club of Toronto. At 14 she had her first appearance in front of the camera for several national commercials and later pursuing film and TV professionally at 18, while obtaining a Business-Marketing degree at Guelph Humber University.
Tamara has loomed into the Indie world with her thought provoking and gritty portrayals in up coming films like Bottom of The World, starring in Badsvillle, and having her debut at TIFF in The F-Word.
She was Associate Producer of her first film "Verona" directed by Laurie Lynd. The short film ran the festival circuit in the US and won "Viewers Choice Award"
When Tamara isn't busy working in film or TV in all capacities she spends her time practicing yoga. (This past January, she traveled to Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam to work with underprivileged children through Krama Yoga.) Also writing, learning the guitar and singing.