'Orange is the New Black' Fan Followed Taylor Schilling into the Bathroom

Taylor Schilling reveals an Orange is the New Black fan followed her into a bathroom

Netflix's ability to binge watch an entire season of a TV show can quickly make someone a die-hard fan in a matter of a few episodes. And one of the best shows to binge watch on the streaming platform is Orange is the New Black, a prison dramedy that focuses on the life and situations inside an all female-prison. The show has earned several acting awards and has catapulted the show's leading lady, Taylor Schilling (Piper Chapman) to A-list status in Hollywood, which may be a gift and a curse for Schilling. According to reports, the 31-year-old actress revealed that she doesn't consider herself a celebrity but, realized that she may have to start hiring security guards. "In Spain recently, I was out at dinner and went to the loo and this woman knocked on the door," Taylor recalled to U.K. Cosmopolitan magazine. "I was like, 'I'll be straight out.' And she said, 'No, no, I just want a photograph.' She just wanted me to know she was there waiting!" The actress revealed how her life has changed since the Netflix series premiered. She explains that she was broke and worked as a nanny to pay for her college classes at Fordham University in New York, where she studied drama. "I was so poor," she sighed. "My agent once gave me money. I had zero dollars. Boxes of off-brand cornflakes were my diet." Orange is the new black Taylor explains that she's now in a comfortable position and her work allows her to travel around the world. But, her only complaint is the lack of sleep. "All cognitive faculties are shut down," she said of her tiredness. "I can only describe it as (being like) a three-year-old trying to articulate themselves, but they don't have it (the words). And it's just like... meltdown." What do you think? Share with us your thoughts in the comments below.

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