“That 70’s Show” star Laura Prepon is stepping behind the camera to direct “Neighbros,” a comedic web series starring newcomer Jaime Jorn and our favorite “Greek” Kappa Tau, Scott Michael Foster.When Foster spoke with Zap2it last week, he said, “It’s just a little web thing that we’re putting up about two guys that live by each other, but if you tune in, I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.” The series, which follows real-life friends and neighbors Foster and Jorn, is filmed in their actual apartment building.What new actors would want to take courses that get announced in Scientology magazines, and announce they are Scientologists, when they can't undo "being a Scientologist" without a world of trouble, and possible leaking of embarassing secrets from their auditing files? Until last night I thought Laura was definitely a Scientologist, and I would have continued to think so forever, until there was evidence to the contrary.
Co S appears to leave alone any celebrity who quietly quits, but they send out the flying monkeys when a celeb, like Paul Haggis, says "I have quit Scientology because of X, Y, and Z." Maybe Laura is sending a signal without exactly saying she has quit.
She is best known for her roles as Donna Pinciotti in the Fox sitcom That '70s Show (1998–2006) and as Alex Vause in the Netflix original comedy-drama series Orange Is the New Black (2013–present).
Prepon made her film debut in 2001 with the independent drama Southlander.
Prepon co-starred with Bryan Greenberg as Hannah Daniels in the ABC drama October Road, which debuted March 15, 2007.
The show was canceled by ABC on May 12, 2008, despite strong ratings and a grassroots campaign from the show's fanbase to keep the show alive.