Zola Taylor was born on 17 March 1938 in Los Angeles, California, USA and died on 30 April 2007 in Riverside, California, USA. She was a famous singer and actress.
Biography and Career:
From the child hood Zola was interested in music, after education she was struggling to be a singer. She was spotted by Herb Reed a Founding Platters member. Zola Taylor was the first female member of the 1950s R&B group The Platters who broke gender barriers and was elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Because of Zola Platter group gave best albums to the audiences after that other groups started hiring female singers for them. Zola had a voice that every one liked. She knew her harmony parts and charmed audiences with her smile and beauty. In 1998 she was portrayed by Halle Berry in
the film Why Do Fools Fall in Love.
She became famous and earned success.
During her career she released number of albums. She married with Frankie Lymon in 1959. She and two other women all claimed to be Frankie Lymon's widow and fought over his royalties upon his death.
Birth name: Zoletta Lynn Taylor
Date of Birth: 17 March 1938
Date of Death: 30 April 2007
Why is Zola Taylor famous?
Zola Taylor is famous as a singer and an actress. She released number of albums during her career and worked into the movies.
Why do we like Zola Taylor?
We like Zola Taylor because of her singing and acting talent. She had good voice and was looking beautiful.