Cindy Taylor was born in Paraguay, South America. When she was 18 she moved to Miami, where she started her modeling career. In a short time she was featured in campaigns for Guess?, Pantene, Parasuco, Perry Ellis, and Rampage. That exposure quickly led to her to grace the cover of magazines including Glamour, Shape, Men's Journal, Ocean Drive, Loft, and Vanidades, to name a few--as well as the cover of a Maxim calendar.
Moving on to television, Cindy was cast as the new host of Wild On!, the E! Entertainment Channel's popular international travel series. Also on E! she worked on other shows including Red Carpet Coverages of the Emmy's and Coming Attractions. She served as the spokesperson of Frito Lay's "Tostitos," working with both Jay Leno and Little Richard; was invited to be a "special guest" at international events such as New Zealand's L'Oreal Fashion week; and made cameo appeareances opposite the likes of Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Gary Busey and Charles Durning in films such as The Wedding Crashers, Bachelor Party 2 and the independent film, Descansos, plus appearing in the popular USA Network series, Burn Notice.
She has also hosted many other shows, including Full Frontal Fashion (showing all the glitz and glamour of the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, in cities like New York and Miami), covered the Victoria's Secret Show for CBS, and is the current host of Warner Channel's Special, covering movie premiers and press junkets, including Sex and the City 2 and the last two "Harry Potter" films.
She is the Spokesperson (in Spanish) for all of the Latin America and US hispanic market for Proactive; host of Fashion TV's Fashion Tour Experience show for all Mexico and Latin America (with over 22 million viewers); and was the face of Spanish Brand Custo Barcelona's Cancer campaign.
Cindy is also now working on a documentary as creator and host set to shoot this September ( in both English and Spanish) in Buenos Aires Argentina, about children on the streets in Latin America, their struggles to survive, including widespread drug abuse. And co producing "City by Cindy", a weekly media show.
Cindy took a 3 year break from when her late mother was diagnosed with Lou Gherig's disease--spending as much time as she could with her in Paraguay. Because of that experience--seeing the need to provide as much support and aid to the victims of that incurable and devastating disease--Cindy is now on working on a foundation to raise funds to provide the highest quality of life possible to those afflicted by this terrible terminal illness.