For Taylor, there probably wasn’t much to lose by trying to bring something more to the role of Cam. When she first got the gig, it was a smaller thing, so why not try to do something unique with it? Fortunately, that’s something that caught the attention of the writers and brass behind the show, which led to by far the most steady role in her long, impressive career. Not many actors get to say they starred in more than 200 episodes of a show.
Taylor has also had an impressive career in television outside of “Bones.” Some of her other notable credits include “Lost,” “Law & Order: Organized Crime,” and “Snowfall,” just to name a few. But when you spend more than a decade of your life on the same series, working with the same people, that’s undoubtedly significant. That’s why it was, in many ways, difficult for the cast to say goodbye when the show ended its run in 2017. In the same interview, Taylor explained that it wasn’t so much a celebration as it was a low-key farewell:
“We didn’t really celebrate it. It was very emotional saying goodbye to a place we’d called home and people who had become an extended family for over a decade. I think we made the goodbyes low-key because it was too much to process at the time.”
You can currently stream “Bones” on Amazon Prime Video and Hulu.