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Cautionary advice: Don't tell Orange Is The New Black actress Taylor Schilling what you read about her online.
When Schilling, who was in town for the Toronto International Film Festival debut of the film Stay, talked to George about about her start in acting the conversation turned to whether or not her parents researched her name on the internet. It turns out they have. And Schilling has had to set “Google boundaries” with her parents to prevent them from telling her about every alert they receive.
Here's how it went down:
GS: Are they googling you all the time and going through that process?
TS: You know what, we’ve had to set Google rules.
GS: You have?
TS: Ya there’s been Google boundaries set in my family.
GS: What are you trying to hide?
TS: There’s nothing. I just don’t want to know about it. I just don’t want to know. They can find whatever they want. But I just don’t want to know that they found anything.
We’ve had to set Google rules. We’ve had to set Google boundaries. I don’t want to know about the Google alerts. As long as they don’t email me the results.
Stay is also screening at Cinefest Sudbury on Thursday, September 19. A second season of Netflix's Orange Is The New Black is expected in 2014.
Watch George's full interview with Taylor Schilling on Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 7 pm.