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Hari Nef to play Andy Warhol famous person Candy Darling in new biopic

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Hari Nef to play Andy Warhol superstar Candy Darling in new biopic

By Express News Service

Hari Nef of Transparent fame is about to play the lead within the biopic on trans icon and Andy Warhol famous person Candy Darling. The yet-to-be-titled biopic will probably be written by the author of Transparent, Stephanie Kornick.
Darling was a trans actress from New York who acquired her begin after being noticed by Warhol in a Jackie Curtis play referred to as Glamour, Glory and Gold. After seeing her play Nona Noonan, Warhol forged her in his 1968 stage comedy Flesh in addition to Women In Revolt.

Darling went on to star in indie movies like Silent Night, and Bloody Night, though her efforts to interrupt into mainstream movies left her dejected. However, she made up for it by creating a large impression on stage and within the music scene. She was referenced in songs by The Velvet Underground and Lou Reed in addition to inspiring St. Vincent’s picture for her album, “Daddy’s Home”.

Hari Nef of Transparent fame is about to play the lead within the biopic on trans icon and Andy Warhol famous person Candy Darling. The yet-to-be-titled biopic will probably be written by the author of Transparent, Stephanie Kornick.
Darling was a trans actress from New York who acquired her begin after being noticed by Warhol in a Jackie Curtis play referred to as Glamour, Glory and Gold. After seeing her play Nona Noonan, Warhol forged her in his 1968 stage comedy Flesh in addition to Women In Revolt.

Darling went on to star in indie movies like Silent Night, and Bloody Night, though her efforts to interrupt into mainstream movies left her dejected. However, she made up for it by creating a large impression on stage and within the music scene. She was referenced in songs by The Velvet Underground and Lou Reed in addition to inspiring St. Vincent’s picture for her album, “Daddy’s Home”.