Summary

An experienced artist, Tacquira LaTouche has appeared in movies, commercials, and television shows, and she has performed with several professional singers. She began her career at age 3, when she was featured in a commercial. Two years later, Tacquira LaTouche served as the subject of a print advertising campaign. She also acted in Zeus and Roxanne, a movie with Steve Guttenberg filmed in the Bahamas, at age 8. As she grew older, Tacquira LaTouche participated in television productions, such as The Outsiders and Soul Food. Later on, she transitioned to modeling and appeared in numerous campaigns worldwide. As a singer, she has collaborated with Sean Paul, Glenn Lewis, and Elephant Man, among others. Tacquira LaTouche believes in giving back and assists several nonprofits, including the Alzheimer’s Association and the March of Dimes. She holds special ties to the former group, as one of her grandfathers faced the disease before passing last year. In addition, she supports Boys & Girls Clubs. Tacquira LaTouche draws from a diverse background. Her father hails from Jamaica, and her mother comes from French and East European roots. Tacquira LaTouche was born and grew up in Toronto, Canada. Her parents split soon after her birth, but she has two half-siblings: a sister who is a fashion model and a brother who is a student-athlete. Multilingual, she speaks English, Spanish, and French and comprehends Russian and Arabic. Tacquira LaTouche recently became a mother, and she remains engaged to a French soccer player. She and her partner enjoy a summer villa in St. Tropez. She appreciates travel and cites Maui, Hawaii, as her favorite destination.

Work History

Work History

Recording Artist