Tajci Cameron is an award-winning Croatian singer, TV show host, published author and blogger. As a pop star in the former Yugoslavia in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Tajci won the national selection of RTV Zagreb, SR Croatia and represented Yugoslavia at the Eurovision Song Contest 1990. The contest was held at Zagreb and she sang the song "Hajde Da Ludujemo" ("Let's Go Crazy"). Her Yugoslav music career was cut short by the breakup of Yugoslavia and subsequent war.
She left Croatia in 1992, and a year later graduated from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York. She appeared in numerous off Broadway productions and landed a lead role in "Miracle of Christmas" a mega-production at Sight and Sound Theatre, Lancaster, PA. During her time in New York, she was signed by Camile Barbone and produced the Age of Love CD recorded at Long View Farms Studio.
In 1994, she returned to Croatia and starred in a production of Kiss Me Kate by Croatian National Theatre, Rijeka. She moved to Los Angeles in 1997, seeking to expand her performing skills through television and film. She continued her musical theater career with roles in Brigadoon, produced by Starlight Theatre in San Diego, and The Phantom of the Opera at the San Gabriel Mission Playhouse.
In 2011, Yamaha Entertainment Group produced a remake of her mega-hit from the 1990s "Dvije Zvjezdice". She released an indie pop album Awaken in 2013 on which she collaborated with Bryan Lennox, a Grammy Award-winning producer. Tajci wrote a full-length musical, My Perfectly Beautiful Life, which was produced by Cincinnati Playwright Initiative, at the Jarson-Kaplan Theatre in February 2010.