From T.L. Stanley of Ad Week:
What Do 13 of the Strongest Women on TV Have in Common? They’re All Tatiana Maslany
A few short years ago, Tatiana Maslany was an up-and-coming actress with improv comedy chops, some TV and small movie roles under her belt and a profile little known outside her native Canada.
Those days are definitely behind her.
Now she’s regularly mobbed at fan gatherings like San Diego’s Comic-Con and revered by TV critics for her work on BBC America’s much-lauded, sci-fi-tinged thriller Orphan Black. In it, the 29-year-old juggles multiple roles—a dizzying number of sister clones, totaling 13 characters by Season 2’s end—in a twisty, edge-of-the-seat series that explores nature versus nurture, with the military, a sinister corporation and a religious cult thrown in for added intrigue. Continue reading.
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