Delores Taylor Biography
Birthday: September 27, 1932 (Libra)
Born In: Winner, South Dakota, United States
Delores Taylor was an American actress, producer, writer, and an equal rights activist for Native Americans. She gained fame for her portrayal of Jean Roberts in the ‘Billy Jack’ film series. She was considered to be one of the finest actresses of her generation who never starred in movies for major studios. This was largely due to her reluctance to step into fame and glory. Added to that, she didn’t want to act for anyone but her actor-director husband. In spite of that, Delores Taylor delivered critically acclaimed performances in ‘Billy Jack’, ‘The Trial of Billy Jack’, and ‘Billy Jack Goes to Washington’. Added to that, she executive-produced movies like ‘The Born Losers’ and ‘The Master Gunfighter’ etc. Perhaps what makes her stand apart is her lifelong dedication to expose the exploitation of Native Americans in USA. Highlighting controversial themes like child abuse, religious persecution, and racism, she has cemented her legacy as an independent filmmaker.