Quick witted and outrageously funny, three-time SAG Award winner for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series and NAACP Image Award nominee, Adrienne C. Moore has garnered rave reviews for her role in the smash hit Emmy nominated Netflix original series “Orange Is the New Black” as the outspoken tough girl with a big heart, inmate ‘Cindy “Black Cindy” Haynes.’ Starring opposite Taylor Schilling, Jason Biggs and Laura Prepon, ‘Black Cindy’ is known for her bold and carefree attitude, while following the trials and tribulations of Litchfield Women’s Prison in upstate New York. The hit dramedy is set to return for season 5 on Friday, June 9th, and we would love to set up an interview with you and this riveting star!
Philanthropy: Adrienne spends her time between TV/film projects volunteering with organizations close to her heart including: 52nd Street Project, Habitat for Humanity, ASPCA and Hope for Paws, to name a few!
Cooking: Adrienne loves to cook and create new recipes. Her specialty is a multicultural “melting pot” recipe/repurposing leftovers to make something new and delicious. As a native of Nashville, TN, she is also known for her signature sauces and southern comfort food recipes – like her mac & cheese!
Pets/Animals: Adrienne has two adorable new rescue puppies, named Lola and Mowgli and is available to discuss her experiences and tips to new dog moms. She also volunteers for Hope for Paws and the ASPCA!
Home: Adrienne recently redecorated her home in NYC and is available discuss the renovation, design tips, etc. – She is also open to a home tour/shoot!
A native of Nashville, Tennessee, Adrienne’s parents introduced her, her twin sister, Annette and brother, Wayne, to the theater at an early age. Moving to Atlanta during middle school, Adrienne continued to develop as an artist through school drama programs, music lessons and a number of local and community plays at The Alliance and Horizon Theatres. She attended college at Northwestern University (Illinois), where she studied cultures abroad in Spain and obtained a BA in Psychology and a minor in History and Religion. Staying true to her roots, she also fulfilled her role as the president of the school’s gospel choir, always believing “singing is a pure and personal representation of one’s self.”
Currently residing in her adopted hometown of Brooklyn, Moore spends her time between her film and TV projects volunteering with the 52nd Street Project and Naked Angels: 3 Thursdays. There she works with middle to high school aged youth, helping them to nurture their gifts as playwrights, actors, dancers, singers, and/or visual artists. Other charities she’s involved with include Habitat for Humanity and Jack and Jill Late Stage Cancer Foundation. She is also a member of the ASPCA where she expresses her love for animals. Adrienne loves cooking and having friends over to her home. She also enjoys tweeting with her fans; you can follow her on Twitter.