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love her. season of this mega hit for netflix returns june ninth taryn is also known for her performances in eight mile hustle and flow and crossroads and she recently released a new song called glitch life your character really evolved from this like the like with how unlikable was. pretty bad she's pretty unlikable he she playing who is she plays pensive turkey ours principle. well you know as as we do as human she sees a lot now as she's lost evolving in fear not who's she is because i think that we're all kind of a work in progress in life so i feel that you know where she started coming in there not a very educated now raised properly in now as far as what i've been in the back
stories the writers i've written for me that's how to really shape how i play her but she's come a long way you know she's she's i learned a lot about forgiveness in sort of you know laying down types of like she's very judgmental did you think with the character was written that they would have her change of of you know i wasn't sure i pretty much i read i read it i was like i write we're going to just sign up to play this you know awful version heard quite some time. did you like her more no. i really like her i like her both ways because it's acting and it's really fun exercise those types of eyes skills and starving and i find it enjoyable to go all over the place whether you've been acting for a long time is it surprising to suddenly have this. career yes for
good would i really like i always say my you know i say my heyday was when i was like twenty four i never really thought it could get better in the sense of like all rise fall like dollars doubt that was the good years the golden years and i guess yeah this is another phase of of of my career and is very exciting but no i didn't think you would do that is this the most successful but for sure for i think it is i mean i know that we do people like it i don't know the numbers why is he doing still i think you know not so i get to like cerebral erd spiritual on a but i think sometimes it's like stars aligned for people you get the right group of like spears together and off we go that's one part of looking at it you know that's one way or if you want to go technical in scientific obviously it's a testament to the writing judge a coherent is amazing just read
a quote renegade in the best way like very courageous in my love i just love what she stands for she's very like this it is very brave and. yeah i don't i don't know why bunch of women some boobs. you know read the script the first time did you think it would be a hit. yeah yeah yeah why did you think that ok i'm not sure i i never really gauge something like this is going to be a hit did i think that out enjoying myself playing this and that this caveat i can enjoy or will show you as a hit i mean that's kind of you know subjective but i mean i saw the makings of a book could be a hit it doesn't shy away from sensitive topics and oranges and blood you've been were you your characters raped. is it a challenge to play it yes it's
a challenge hard. sometimes it's hard but it's obviously those of the role it's other things like i have to log the responsibility now and in the best way because it's been very educational to just sort of do the whole thing ray correctly like even a moments like this because it is a big topic it's scary a little bit really kind of in the fifth season does it get more political. it's always relevant it remains relevant you know is she doing it the way that these writers can forecast because you know they're writing and but they can nail ing it as ever is if they're right in like current day do they give you any input can you say. i'm not comfortable saying that sure that line is doesn't fit what i feel i mean you definitely talk through but with all due respect to the writers you
know that they've slaved over that in the best way like they got their all together and it's. it's not. one hundred percent poll eight to go in chains i bet on another show as. yet but there's ample every now and again i you can hear a little sound than that that's going to happen but you don't get a lot does the casket along that's very much yeah it's fun being on a hit yeah there is cool like it's fun to come back out of your hide isn't hear about all the things everybody's been doing. the critical acclaim was immediate right i mean all these years the new black was a hit at the from the get go yeah. people started hiding me orange is the new blood has already been renewed through its seven seasons are you in it for another two years two seasons. mice or. do you mean
yeah i know we're i don't know i mean never knew the show yet it is you're not renewed i mean i don't i mean it's one of those things where it's like maybe maybe number that sort of the mystery i'm not allowed to tell i've been programmed or. you mean they might kill you or i don't know that you can say. you got a lot of critical acclaim in the mid two thousand and four performances and eight miles a home movie and hustle and flow are those the roles you're particularly proud of. yeah there is there's are those are two very special projects to me. a lot of people thought that like i went away not that everybody knew me and i vanished off the face the earth or something but i've always worked and i'm proud of a lot of like you know independent films too that never really did i guess way you know what we had it hoped or whatever that means there is still enjoyed the process
and where you're from i was going to virginia where i've heard about fifty of the mcclane i really want to use a book by a great. you did you ever go through a rough patch in your career or your wisdom work what is it what's a rough patch rough patches when you're not working so just based on what money the general go through long periods of time of difficult it's a tough for freshman acting and it isn't always up yet i was in vegas have you had times where. yeah i was yeah i've had times where you know i'm not getting roles and stuff in there never really i've ever seen you know bought into that it's like diner doing that as i understand those mountains and valleys she never said he is over i'm going to quit this i've said that night never the words quit but i've said that i don't fully feel like i'm walking in my simply destiny
that there's something else out there that i meant to be doing and i'm that the that the life that baffles me the most i think course rosen's good for you there with the cross was a great time and it's not spears you like working with britney she's awesome you mentioned a couple of years ago that you love to have britney on orange is the new black have you made any progress. they know of i think i just sort of just they should be amazing on there was you were you first a musician yes. you share and musician and guitar his her. yes which goodman director wasn't so much a switch i grew up doing ballet. valerie affairs as a dancer and i went to orange county high school of the arts which is like for the dance program that was my main focus like when i moved to hollywood to dance
and all but all the while i was taking acting courses and everything and basically i just what happened was i got a role to play a dancer and i was hired in rehearsal rehearsing and then they fired me like. because they got more money in the budget and they wanted a bigger star and at that time i was like nineteen in i was devastated you know i mean you would have thought there's like flowers all over my house i mean it's there is no reason for it like mean there was anything i did wrong it is one is someone bigger that's what i learned about like the politics sort of crunching numbers if you will and that's when i was like oh yeah well i can play guitar and i can write so that's sort of like made that really boosted the the singing stuff stop dancing i can still dancing but a yeah like i care who got the part really you know you go there yeah it's not
because it's not personal though ok at the time there's a show called roswell that was a very it was a big show and. i was replaced by sherri appleby who's a lovely person and we've spoke many times first i said there are a side i like but then i realize you know as a herself told me a bad look choice which i visit is the you know leading shock of my e.p. and just it's a it's a body of work that's been a long time coming in that particular. term and word is just sort of how i feel about technology meeting you know real life like how you just had a flip phone and i don't text and it is hard to keep up with with you know technology is like ever changing and if you don't stay in our line of business if you don't have so many followers or this or that you can like lose rolls over you
know not of likes on facebook or just of those asinine to me to be honest you write their own stuff i have some correctors but do you like sharing as much as i bring embarrassing. music ally i don't call myself like an incredible vocalist edges re my my stuff and i do love it but they both serve different purposes for me you run the studio for some time now you never stop singing i just i got a little let down with with the business is far as like i was assigned a major label and then you know that happened in the band as my brother know you sometimes get a little bit. let down and you kind of have to recalibrate but this could be a big it could lead to a full album is. have a gag a lot of a lot of songs it's about cherry picking the right ones out now the single singles become. up next we're talking politics and terrorist bucket list or after the break
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it would be. there. for years it wouldn't really say yesterday and it was no not yet clear it's not the person. or the little hook. up with. the back would turn manning the multi-talented actress songwriter singer dancer what else do you taryn manning does a lot of thing that annoys people you're not a big hit for music education in schools is that leaving with all these budget cuts i feel like i feel like people honest and i actually feel like music healer
and that's universal language brings people together and it's a shame that you would cut that to get a creative outlet or do you think of our present. i just say there's such a hard and it's like you know he is there and he is there so it's like you kind of to just you can add to just wish for the best in saying good positive energy because i don't really know at this point what to say about it i'm definitely shocked by some of the positions that he takes but i don't know what to say i mean i don't want to get myself killed. strummed they're going ok we play a little game of if you only knew tara and i just threw some questions that you who was your childhood celebrity crush. childhood. probably like. corey corey haim she great talent they can do
a handstand for like a minute really biggest risk you've ever taken probably just. let me jump into this crazy line or. guilty pleasure like oh i like salt salt lake's he's all lot of phantom counter there's this one there's one gentleman that. i like unicorns are they i've liked him for a long time and they're beautiful thing to me but i showed up to a big generous package out my front door of my home i was with my mother and it was huge and we were both like what's you know are all of freaked out of it and it was busy like a wine too and we popped over like a life size units in this huge you know corn in right away it's like he had me on facebook like so i just think i might. as. well it is
a law and you know it's for sale madam. but you know he did. you know i mean here's . something on your professional bucket list. so let's say i would like to do what i've been directing. and i've been writing you know some some comedy material that i can't wait for people to experience because i've got a sort of typecast is there trouble is playing needs is jalen really yeah i just you know and it's like i'm actually kind of a goofball in real live it's sometimes can be frustrating but directing and producing in and is also like does just some humanitarian work and in helping people believe that dreams can come true because i'm not a dream crusher i believe you can come from like anywhere and you have you here in your craft in sharply it's all that you can have what we have but on your personal
budget list my personal bucket list to make amends with my my family my mother person you'd trade places with for a day. to get well. for a day. and big male street something you wish you were better at i wish i was better at i guess writing strangers job you've ever had primaries as brito adventure and what. it's called murray's a burrito avenger. was the biggest perk of being a celebrity that is for be a celebrity a slobbery. an actor or where people know you now they're very racy to show you here like they do you actually listen they are just going oh is this little you know blind short girls like i don't know they will actually listen now to what i have to say pay attention to i guess. what superpower would you like to have.
to review in mines. if you were in an actor and a musician what would he think you do i think that r.v. and so as the healing like acupuncture and like energy healing in probably go to a nine and methods his silence and be a monk tell me something we don't know about you. but no skeletons in my closet. no skeletons i am married you know ever been close. i've you. i want to be married to. one of children. but i'm getting older said i don't know if that's possible but i am open to adopt town mannings are just the new black kids nine season ten season fifty. i'm rolling around in my head as how many wives
you've had you. can't. very well get on a list. you write that one up. some social media questions jason we're going to reach out where did you find your research or inspiration for pennsyltucky on orange is the new black aware that if i marry a search i'm basically i did a lot of. like a you tube search area a lot about the judicial system i learned a lot about meth in sort of the beautiful ingredients that you know to meth the consist of in a point i realize it's sort of how you know. someone's brain kids has been ruined by that and just say peter with all these different things in mind how did she get her name. it's says matings. it's
third away where she's from and then you know she's got her real name in all different just nicknames she's from pennsylvania i'm kentucky and they just actually also from virginia and. another from jason wagner how many takes did the skateboard bashing scene require on sons of anarchy it was a styrofoam skateboard and it took to take speak cuz they only had to see kind of to nail it. joy that i really i really enjoy. jade watson on our blog guess what is it like to work with terrence howard. priority the most incredibly educational. situations in my life i really is very very intelligent it's hard to keep up with but he's a very good acting partner did he make you better leave. his or was there a moment when you knew. that you'd made it. man that said i
still feel like it's like you know it's like a marathon not a sprint i think when i marry with a child or when i i don't know i don't know what skitt what that means but i know that law and it's always a struggle you know really but it's a beautiful struggle it was your first payback to the practice i was like that and we're going to tell me derryn larry flint well that was the cold start off with . ok what do you want from the next chapter in your career oh ah so i've been as is a lot recently and like i have to say that i used to be really big on goals and time lines in this and that but i really have to say that because of some of the circumstances in my life that i live every day day to day and i just try to obviously continue to be the best i can be at my craft but i don't have any. goals
are i mean it's really good right now so it's a good show yeah and his gang come to an end and everything is all good of all things do they say but i believe that there's a lot more interesting stuff for me to do you like living out here i like living in los angeles new york's a little more tough for me they're going to promote the tune they are promoting the tune that's very good because and that's ahead in the album clicks yeah yeah i mean you know it's one of those things like i'm an actor trying to sing now but you know you have to give stigma but i love i love music so if you really knew how genuine authentic it is for me and not maybe they would listen floor thank you you're welcome. back to my guest here on manning the fifth season of jews the new black premier's june ninth and as always you can find me on twitter and james things i'll see you next time.
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