The actress and musician talks about her new film Every Last One of Them, her role in the upcoming Vanessa del Rio biopic The Latin From Manhattan and creating “pandemic depression” music.
Actress and musician Taryn Manning has been on our radar ever since she appeared as Nola alongside Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard in the classic hip-hop drama Hustle & Flow. Since then, she’s remained rooted in interesting projects including the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black and the hysterical social melodrama Karen, in which she plays a “Karen” who makes life a living hell for her black neighbors.
Currently, she stars in Every Last One of Them, alongside Richard Dreyfuss and Michael Madsen. The movie’s an old-school throwback to the groovy, violence-drenched revenge films of the 1970s. Manning plays a straight-up villain with a seemingly unhealthy attraction to her brother and a love for baking muffins.
On the horizon is Taryn’s role in The Latin From Manhattan, a biopic about Golden Era porn icon Vanessa Del Rio which stars Vivian Lamolli as Vanessa as well as Drea de Matteo, Esai Morales and real-life XXX favorite Tori Black.
HUSTLERMagazine.com recently chatted with Ms. Manning as she did a round of early morning press interviews for Every Last One of Them, and this is what we learned…