They have to be able to spark my interest so I want to pursue it, and they have to have an awesome personality, really laid-back. All those things are sexy to me.— Laura Prepon
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I love being a redhead. It's a rare thing, so I think there's a bond between redheads.
I never think of myself as any kind of sex symbol, but I get letters from all over, all sorts. It's really cool. I get a lot from inmates, which is kind of scary. But the best was the guy who wanted to send me a plane ticket to fly me to his prom.
The fact that anyone would find me sexy is very, very flattering, but ridiculous. I so don't believe it. But I'm flattered. Truth is, I don't lift a finger to look sexy. Ever.
You can always turn a bad kisser into a good one.
I like to think I'll just be walking down the street one day and stop and meet someone, like, Oh my god, you're awesome, and then we start dating.
There is a much bigger picture we are all striving for.
To sweat the small stuff just stresses you out for no reason.
When I have to do a scene where I feel vulnerable as an actress, I always grow from those experiences, so I welcome them. Even though it may not feel amazing at first. You have to embrace it and use it to improve yourself.
I've never played a manipulative, drug-smuggling lesbian before.
For me, it's pushing me in an area that's great. There are days when I'd read the script and I'd be like, "Oh, God, I can't believe I have to do that."
People in general have a preconceived idea of what prison is, from seeing documentaries or whatever.
I'm the type of person that will do triple sessions in one day.
I'll do Pilates, I'll do spinning, and then I'll go to the gym and do weights - which is insane.
I used to wear boxers and a tank top, but now I sleep in the nude.
It's kind of weird, because I used to have to wear something to bed, whether it was a tank top or whatever. And now if I have any clothes at all on, it's really hard to get to sleep.
Food is a passion because I basically grew up in a kitchen.
My mother was a gourmet chef and I'm the youngest of five kids. We would always congregate in the kitchen.
But now that I'm a blonde, guys are so blatant about coming on to me.
Every girl on TV, in real life, sure you want to meet that soul mate and fall in love and have the big thing, but until that happens, you gotta kiss a lot of frogs.
But, I swear, they’re turning Donna into Annie Hall this season.
More ties. More suits. But they’re also keeping her really motivated, ya know? Like, wanting to be a rock journalist. Wanting to be the first woman president.
I always have really fresh, hormone-free, additive-free chicken, healthy veggies, and brown rice in the fridge to grab because I'm always on the go.
To make a long story short, I auditioned for the role of Piper because I read the pilots every year and this show was head-and-shoulders above any pilot I've read in awhile. It was amazing. So, I read for Piper and I knew that I wasn't really right for it, but I loved it so much that I wanted to read for it.
Modest. When they meet me, they think I'm going to be outgoing, but I like things low-key. I don't like people to think I'm bragging.
The worst diets are ones that restrict your calories too much and try to trick your body. You have no energy, and it's ridiculous.
When you're in prison, there's no hiding.
These women are not hiding behind towels and shower curtains. They go to the bathroom with no doors on the stalls. It would actually look weird, if these women were hiding.
When I see an amazing play or movie, it inspires me as an actress and a filmmaker.
Of course, we're supportive of the gay and lesbian community.
I've just never portrayed that on camera. Once I met Taylor [Schilling] I knew that it was going to be really comfortable and okay, but the nudity was a little bit of an issue for me.
Love your fellow man, and take care of each other and your environment.
It's cool because you get to see that some of these women are there because they should be. They're actually not good people to be in society. And then, other people are there because they just made a really retarded mistake.
The first acting I ever did was an Italian commercial.
Once I did that, I said, 'this acting thing is awesome.'
Whenever there's a nude scene, it's always uneasy.
You're not in the comfort of your own home with your significant other.
I love cooking and spending time in mine.
My fitness routine includes things that are not stressful on my body - swimming, yoga, stretching, and rebounding.
Food nourishes you, brings people together, and I feel that anybody can bond over food.
Well, I had done nudity in one other thing, but nudity for an actress is a very particular thing. It has to do with the material, and making sure it's not gratuitous, that it's done in a way that's shot beautifully, and it's for a reason. And I'd never played a lesbian before.
I know that many ailments can be healed with food by nourishing your body instead of taking drugs.
When I finally started to heal, that was the inspiration.
The main thing I learned doing love scenes with a woman was, if it's there, it's there.
Well, the clothes are really cool that we wear.
The sets are so funny, because it's like everything is so real.
My vintage Levi's are my favorite on the show, 'cause they really fit.
I do think this is where television is going, and I think that it's awesome to be a part of a show like this because we are these pioneers into this new medium. And it's working. When you look at the success of House of Cards and Arrested Development, which I love, this is how people are watching television now. It's pretty cool to be a part of this whole thing.
When I see a beautiful piece of art, it inspires me to be creative.
It was really cool because you can tell that she directs in a way that she wants to be spoken to, as an actress. That's really nice, and you appreciate that. Dealing with the actors was more important to her than anything else, which was really nice.
When you eat pure food that isn't genetically modified, your physical and mental state does improve and it's worth the effort to make that happen.
I get to wake up and do what I love every day and I don't take that for granted.
I feel grateful for it every day.
When I feel connected, mind-body and spirit, I feel centered.
And other people get the opportunity to leave prison, and then they do something to get put back in there because they can't actually function in society. It's really cool because you get to see all these different women, their backstories, where they come from, their upbringing and why they get to where they get to, and they're all completely different. It's really cool that you get to see all those storylines.
I love entertaining and doing Martha Stewart stuff.
Now that I know what goes into making a pilot, keeping it on the air, and keeping your fans, I'm at a point now where I do a pilot and just hope for the best. If it doesn't work out, it doesn't work out.
Even in real life, I'd rather hang out with guys.
There's a particular hierarchy in the prison - class distinctions, high-school cliques. You have to learn how to navigate.
I eat super clean and am always watching what I eat.
When you work with an actor, it's cool because they know what it's like to be directed themselves. Jodie directed a scene with me and Taylor that was when she starts talking to me again in prison and it's our first actual confrontation that we have, where some stuff comes out.
When I'm pushed outside of my comfort zone, I feel vulnerable.
That's also one of the reasons I like being pushed out of my comfort zone, because it makes you grow as a person.