Is Taylor Schilling gay
Taylor Schilling is an actress of American nationality who has raised high into the heights of fame for having starred in the role of Piper Chapman in the Netflix television series called Orange is the New Black. She was born on the 27th of July, 1984 and at the age of 31, has managed to win the Satellite Awards, Golden Globe Award, Primetime Emmy Award etc. She has also appeared in the films like Argo, The Lucky One, and Dark Matter as well. Her appearances also include acting in the short lived NBC drama named Mercy as Meryl Streep and also in the movie Stay as Abbey. Schilling has also appeared in the movie The Overnight and has won millions of hearts through her performances.
When it comes to her, the question widely asked by the fans of her acting is, Is Taylor Schilling Gay?
It is not clearly stated that she is a lesbian. She has not confirmed anything yet so all we have is rumor to speculate. She has recently been known to be dating the Portlandia star Carrie Brownstein. This has led people to actually believe that Taylor Schilling is gay. She has been reportedly dating the actress for a long time now and the couple has been getting along pretty well together. There has never been any known boyfriend of Taylor Schilling, with further officiates the rumors of her being gay. Her previous relationships and dating history has been very well closed up and tightened, thus making this entire affair look to be pointing in the direction of her homosexuality.
Schilling has managed to win the hearts of millions due to her acting capabilities which have been very well documented in the show Orange is the New Black. This has led her to critical fame and acclaim and also a chance to attain a net worth of a whopping 1.5 million dollars. her net worth can be attributed to the fact that she reportedly earns a salary of 35 thousand dollars per episode of the series. Her role and expertise in the series has managed to heightened it up to a new level and amalgamated with the news of her homosexuality both on and off screen, the series has been made more real to the audience than before.