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) about her breakthrough roles on Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black” and Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Wiley hit the big time on the hit Netflix prison drama, especially during its thrilling fourth season, after her character Poussey was shockingly killed by a guard.
The actress then joined the cast of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” based on the 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood.
I wanted to steer away from gay characters, just because I think of the actors that I admire and they don’t play the same kind of role all of the time,” she reveals. What an amazing role and how stupid it would have been of me to have given it up for something so trivial as that.” A year after her beloved character on “Orange is the New Black” was killed off, Wiley agrees that it was, and remains, difficult to let Poussey go.
“But I had a conversation with my wife [‘Orange’ writer Lauren Morelli] and Margaret Atwood is her favorite author and she told me ‘that doesn’t apply here! “I’ve made peace with Samira moving on, and I love what I am doing right now, I love ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ and being able to do parts in different projects, but that role; ‘Orange is the New Black’ gave me my entire life.
“Sometimes, someone just has the foresight to see how something is going to land, when you can’t see it. And I am just happy that Jenji was able to see that and able to know in that moment so definitively ‘you need to do this.
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In that show, she plays Moira, a woman caught up in a near-future dystopian America where fertile women are oppressed and forced to reproduce for the wealthy commanders and their resentful barren wives. ‘Orange is the New Black’ was the first thing that I had done and it thrust me into the public consciousness in a way that I never thought imaginable,” Wiley says.