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June 12, 2020

Suzanne 'Crazy Eyes' Warren from OITNB Is Gorgeous in Real Life – inside Her Life and Career

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Uzo Aduba is as gorgeous on the inside as she is on the outside - here’s a peek at her life.

Even though her IMDB page notes that she began gaining popularity when she performed in “Translations of Xhosa” at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, it wasn’t until she played Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren in “Orange Is the New Black” that Uzo Aduba became wildly famous.

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However, beyond her life as an actress, Uzo appears to have a fun-filled personal life, which she often shows off on her social media pages.

According to Uzo, what she missed about the Netflix original series was the opportunity to run into people that you didn’t intend to.

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One of such posts, which she shared to her verified Instagram page, featured Uzo at a gathering that was put together by her friends. Through the post’s caption, the Blue Bloods” star praised her friends for their “ability to grow and evolve.”

Asides showing up at events of friends, Uzo appeared in “Miss Virginia,” which is a 2019  feature film about a real-life activist named Virginia Walden Ford who hailed from Washington D.C.

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According to Forbes, Virginia was a single mother who, in the early 2000s, campaigned for a bill to ensure that children of low-income families have the same access to schools of their choice as those of wealthier families.

The movie also starred Matthew Modine and Aunjanue Ellis and was directed by R.J. Daniel Hanna, who claimed that he knew Uzo was perfect for the role of the titular character when he read the script.

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Seeing as film production is on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the “Mrs. America” actress, recently disclosed to Elle what her quarantine routine was and what she missed most about OITNB - which ended in 2019 after seven seasons.

According to Uzo, what she missed about the Netflix original series was the opportunity to run into people that you didn’t intend to.

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The actress, who made her Broadway debut as Toby in “Coram Boy,” also revealed that she was using the stay-at-home period to take classes online while experimenting with food in the kitchen. She noted that she is thankful for the time she gets to spend with her loved ones.

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