"Orange is the New Black" actress Taryn Manning, who turns 37 on 6 November, seems to have a busy year ahead of her.
According to her IMDb profile, Manning has six films due out this year, besides working on the upcoming season of the Netflix prison drama.
Manning recently sat down with Details for an interview and dished that the upcoming season of "Orange is the New Black" is going to be pure madness.
"What I can say is that once again, they are taking us on a wild ride. And it is just as confusing for the prisoners as it probably will be for the viewers. If I could say one word about this season? It's mass confusion. That's two words. Sorry," she told the publication.
Manning's character Doggett was initially cast as a villain on the show. But last season saw a transformation, and the actress said she was happy with the growth of her character.
"Last season for me was amazing. I have enjoyed the arc that I've been written. I am so happy that she's gotten to jump off the page and be three-dimensional. And not just one-dimensional: racist/antigay/Christian. But who knows if something will trigger her and set her back into that. She's up against the wall like a cat: Yeow!"
According to Manning, Doggett, who has been repeatedly raped and assaulted on the show, has the resilience to survive in the prison world, as she hasn't let hurdles take her down.
One reason why Doggett doesn't give up easily could be her past, feels Manning. "Her backstory is that she grew up with six older brothers. She came from the school of hard knocks, and she's tough. She can deal. Deep down, she's a sweet girl, just misunderstood," Manning noted.
Season 4 of "Orange is the New Black" is expected to be aired sometime in June 2016.