Tara Buck Bio, Age, Career, Movies, TV Shows, Husband, Net Worth, True Blood, Ray Donovan

Tara Buck is an American film, stage, and television actress. Buck is famous for her roles in True Blood, Ray Donovan and Party of Five.

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Tara Buck Biography

Tara Buck is an American film, stage, and television actress. Buck is famous for her roles in True Blood, Ray Donovan and Party of Five. Tara starred in the Netflix original movie Pee-wee’s Big Holiday produced by Judd Apatow. That same year Tara was cast as the lead in the independent feature film Great Plains.

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Tara Buck Age | Family

Tara was born on 16 March 1975 in Idaho, USA. She is 44 years old. Not much is know about her parents and siblings names.

Tara Buck Education

Buck attended Wood River High School in Hailey Idaho. This is where she took on her first acting roles in theater productions. She later moved to Los Angeles to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

Tara Buck Career


Tara has appeared in numerous live theater including Paula Vogel’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play How I Learned To Drive in 2010 and in the West Coast premiere of Ten Cent Night written by Marisa Wegrzyn in 2009. She was also nominated for an Ovation Award for her performance in 2004’s A Gift From Heaven.


Shortly after graduating, Buck landed her first recurring television role on the series Party of Five.  Buck,s recognition Tv role is for her recurring role as Ginger in the HBO series True Blood. She appeared on the show from 2008 to 2014 and was promoted to series regular for the seventh and final season of the show. Buck has made guest appearances on BonesThe X-FilesCriminal MindsJustifiedCold CaseNip/Tuck, The ShieldSouthlandThe Closer and Bloodline. In 2016 and 2017, Buck recurred on the fourth and fifth seasons of the Showtime series Ray Donovan as patrol cop Maureen Dougherty.


Buck was featured in the crime thriller Tomorrow You’re Gone, in 2013, a film based on the book, Boot Tracks. The actress was the lead in the 2016 film Great Plains. She starred in the 2016 Netflix comedy film Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday. She starred in A Mother’s Escape also in 2016 for the Lifetime channel. In 2017. Buck was also cast in the film, Son of Perdition. The film was written and directed by Trevor Riley. Tara executive produced.

Tara Buck Husband | Children

Tara is married to Chris Pierce. Chris is a singer and songwriter. The couple got married in 2012 and are co-owners of a boutique wine label called Ledbetter. Ledbetter Wines can be found in many California restaurants. There is no news of Tara having any kids as of now.

Tara Buck and her husband

Tara Buck Movies | TV Shows






1999 Party of Five Ricki (as Tara L. Buck) 2 episodes, “Haunted” and “Otherwise Engaged”
2000 The X-Files Blueberry 1 episode, “Orison”
2000 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Nancy 1 episode, “House of Pi’s”
2002 The Division Aurora 1 episode, “Welcome Home”
2003 Without a Trace Julie 1 episode, “Underground Railroad”
2003 JAG P.O. Translator 1 episode, “Touchdown”
2004 Six Feet Under Girl with Edie 1 episode, “Parallel Play”
2004 NCIS P.O. Debra Marshall 1 episode, “The Good Wives Club”
2005 The Shield Susan Gary 1 episode, “Hurt”
2005 Strong Medicine Josie Weaver 1 episode, “Dying Inside”
2005 Nip/Tuck Rhea Reynolds 2 episodes, “Rhea Reynolds” and “Granville Trapp”
2006 The Closer Ginnifer Rawley 1 episode, “The Other Woman”
2006 Cold Case Kylie 1 episode, “The Red and the Blue”
2008 1% Kimmy HBO Pilot
2009 Bones Valerie Daniels 1 episode, “The Princess and the Pear”
2010 The Whole Truth Melissa Derrico 1 episode, “Cold Case”
2011 Prime Suspect Kasey Monrad 1 episode, “Bitch”
2011 Southland Denise 1 episode, “Graduation Day”
2011 Justified Sally Peener 2 episodes, “The Spoil” and “Save My Love”
2012 True Blood: Jessica’s Blog Ginger 2 episodes, “What to Do When the Guy You’re Sleepin’ With Shoots You in the Head” and “Retail Theropy”
2013 Criminal Minds Hannah Johnson 1 episode, “Gatekeeper”
2014 Longmire Phoebe Greene 1 episode, “Of Children and Travelers”
2008–2014 True Blood Ginger 24 episodes
2015 Backstrom Arianna Fitch 1 episode, “I Like to Watch”
2016–2017 Ray Donovan Maureen Dougherty 9 episodes
2017 Bloodline Lannie 1 episode, “Part 24”






1999 Thinking Positive Sara
2010 The Grind Krisi
2010 2nd Take Evelyn
2012 K-11 Crystal
2012 Tomorrow You’re Gone Blonde Mistress
2013 Medeas Ada
2014 At the Devil’s Door Yolanda
2016 Great Plains Murel
2016 Pee-wee’s Big Holiday Beverly
2017 Son of Perdition Kristine Tullamore Also executive producer
2018 Inherit the Viper In post-production

Tara Buck Awards | Nomination




Nominated work


2004 Ovation Award Best Supporting Actress A Gift from Heaven


Tara Buck Net Worth

Tara is a television actress most recognized for her role as Ginger on the hit HBO series True Blood. Her estimated net worth is $1 million dollars.

Tara Buck Height

Buck stands at a height of 5ft 4 ¼ (163.2 cm).

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Tara Buck True Blood

Buck is an American actress who plays the role of Ginger on the HBO original series True Blood. Making her debut on the episode “The Fourth Man in the Fire” in the series’ first season, Tara plays the role of a human that waitressed at the vampire nightclub Fangtasia. A co-starring actress through the series’ first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth seasons, she was promoted to starring actress in the series’ seventh season. Revealed to be the person who originally established the nightclub in which she is employed, Tara’s concept was glamoured out of her by Pamela Swynford de Beaufort, one of her vampire employers. Tara was last seen in the episode “Love is to Die” in the series’ seventh, and final, season.

Tara Buck Ray Donovan

 Tara Buck has booked a recurring role as Maureen Dougherty Donovan on the fourth season of Showtime drama series Ray Donovan, which is an American television crime drama series created by Ann Biderman for Showtime. The twelve-episode first season premiered on June 30, 2013. The pilot episode broke viewership records, becoming the biggest premiere of all time on Showtime. On December 20, 2018, Showtime renewed the show for a seventh season.

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