Laura Prepon is a successful face of the American television scene. An actress of immense calibre and strength, Prepon’s dominance in television made her a household name.
Prepon’s journey as an actor began in theatre. A couple of plays later, she found herself in an internet-based soap opera ‘They Go On’. In 1998, Prepon’s breakthrough in television came with the Fox sitcom ‘That 70’s Show’. Her role play of Donna Pinciotti was widely acclaimed and helped her rise up the ladder towards international stardom. Reprising her role until 2006, it was labelled as her best role ever. In 2013, she starred in ‘Orange is the New Black’, a Netflix original comedy-drama.
Prepon’s film career commenced with the independent film ‘Southlander’. The film was well received by the critics and audience and led to her future filmography that constituted of the romantic drama ‘Come Early Morning’, comedy ‘Lay the Favorite’, thriller ‘The Girl on the Train’, and drama ‘The Hero’. Other television shows that have had Prepon in guest roles include ‘October Road’, ‘How I Met Your Mother’, ‘Are You There, Chelsea?’, ‘Men At Work’ and so on.
Rachel Watson, an alcoholic divorcee, daily watches Megan and Scott, an apparently perfect couple, from her train. One day, she sees something in their backyard that upsets her enough to get off the train. The next morning she finds herself covered with bruises with no memory of previous night, and learns that Megan is missing. So she decides to investigate the mystery.
Dave, Sam and Jeff are three roommates, who are about to graduate, but over the years they have scammed their way through college. When a nerdy student named Ethan discovers this, he blackmails them to win over the most popular girl at their college.