Posted on February 18th, 2018 by admin

Thanks to Maria, we now have scans from Vanity Fair June 2005 issue in our gallery. Huge thank you! Make sure to check them out.

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Posted on February 5th, 2018 by admin

Hello, everyone. I added the missing photos from the events Sarah has attended in 2017. Enjoy!

 

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Public Appearances > 2017 > April 19 | “The Little Foxes” Play Opening Night in New York

 

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Public Appearances > 2017 > June 11 | Tony Awards in New York City

 

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Public Appearances > 2017 > June 11 | Tony Awards (Show)

 

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Public Appearances > 2017 > Nov 11 | Governors Awards in Hollywood

 

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Public Appearances > 2017 > Sept 17 | Emmy Awards in Los Angeles

 

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Public Appearances > 2017 > Sept 17 | Emmy Awards in Los Angeles (Show)


Posted on January 31st, 2018 by admin

Hello, everyone,

I updated our Career page so you can now see a list of every TV show or movie, in which Sarah has played as well as her role. I also added a page where you can see what she has played in the theatre.

Enjoy!


Posted on January 31st, 2018 by admin

Award-winning actress Sarah Paulson was the honoree at the ninth annual Steppenwolf Women in the Arts luncheon Jan. 22 at the Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel. More than 300 supporters from Chicago’s business, civic and arts communities enjoyed a warm and inspiring conversation between Paulson and her longtime friend and collaborator Steppenwolf ensemble member Tracy Letts.

Following a VIP meet-and-greet reception, attendees were welcomed by Amy Eshleman, Steppenwolf trustee and education committee chair. She called Paulson a “ground-breaking actor” and mentioned ensemble members she has collaborated with, including Letts, Lois Smith and Austin Pendleton.

Ensemble member Audrey Francis said, “Our family of playmakers at Steppenwolf strives to be at the front of society’s understanding of itself, to show at every turn, not just who we are, but who it’s possible for us to be.”

She introduced a short video spotlighting the luncheon’s fundraising focus, Steppenwolf’s education and mentorship programs. She added, “This year’s goal is to foster connections with 20,000 teens through unique partnerships with Storycatchers Theatre, the Chicago Public Library, Snow City Arts, Build Inc., Embarc Chicago and more, as we continue to bring theater to youth who need it the most.”

A reel of Paulson’s extensive film work, produced by Donna LaPietra (Steppenwolf trustee) and Kurtis Productions, was presented by ensemble member Amy Morton who said, “Her (Paulson’s) portrayals are always incredibly honest, vulnerable, funny and tragic, and I’m always very moved by what she does.” Clips included highlights from “The Spirit,” “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” “12 Years a Slave,” “Game Change” and “The Post,” among others.

Morton stated that Paulson, who knew she wanted to act since being “in the womb,” is the first actress to ever receive all five major TV awards in the same award circuit — an Emmy, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild, Critics’ Choice Television and the Television Critics Association awards.

During the 90-minute discussion, Letts touched on a variety of topics about Paulson’s impressive career in television, film and stage. Her first job was six months after graduating from a performing arts high school in New York as an understudy in “The Sisters Rosensweig” (1992). An early career project included Letts’ play “Killer Joe” (1993). Paulson and Letts appear together in Stephen Spielberg’s most recent film, “The Post.”

Paulson credited her current career success to the series “American Horror Story” and its creator Ryan Murphy for allowing her to showcase her acting range. She acknowledged fellow actors Diane Keaton, Jessica Lange and Jill Clayburgh, as well as Robyn Goodman, co-founder of New York’s Second Stage Theater, as early mentors.

Paulson’s Emmy win for outstanding lead actress in a miniseries or movie was for her portrayal of attorney Marcia Clark in the critically acclaimed miniseries “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” on FX. She told Letts that the project was her “favorite thing she’s ever done.” In addition to the Emmy, Paulson won a Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild award for her role.

Paulson’s advice for young actors was to “allow your timetable to be what it is.” When asked which women inspire her, she said, “Given what we’re experiencing now culturally with the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, it’s an extraordinary thing that we all in the arts have a great platform and opportunity to speak loudly. … I’m most concerned with having an actual impact. … I would say women in general, or any human being who is of service, is an incredible inspiration to me.”

At the end of the discussion, she turned to Letts and joked, “You’re giving James Lipton a real run for his money.”

The event raised $196,000 for Steppenwolf’s educational and professional development programs, including the nationally recognized Steppenwolf for Young Adults, the School at Steppenwolf and its Professional Leadership Program.

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Posted on January 27th, 2018 by admin

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Posted on January 27th, 2018 by admin

The highly anticipated adaptation of Donna Tartt’s 2013 novel The Goldfinch began filming in Greenwich Village this Friday, with film crews taking over sections of 11th and 12th streets between 5th Avenue and University Place. In case you were living under a rock in 2014, The Goldfinch won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction that year, and was selected as one of the 10 best books of 2013 by the New York Times Book Review.

The novel is a Dickensian bildungsroman; it tells the story of Theodore Decker, who becomes involved in art theft and forgery after a troubled childhood. Ansel Elgort is reportedly set to play the adult Theodore, while Finn Wolfhard (yes, of Stranger Things fame) has been cast as the younger version of Boris, Theodore’s childhood friend. Sarah Paulson, Luke Wilson, and Jeffrey Wright are all supposedly part of the cast as well.

While the film unfortunately won’t be released until 2019, you might as well get started on the book in the meantime– it’s a whopping 784 pages long.

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Posted on January 25th, 2018 by admin

Ryan Murphy and Sarah Paulson met in 2004 when the actress made a guest appearance in Murphy’s Nip/Tuck. Since then she’s become a muse for the show runner—the good kind, not the Yoko Ono kind—starring in his three groundbreaking anthology series (seven seasons of American Horror Story; as prosecutor Marcia Clark in American Crime Story, for which she won her first Emmy; and Feud). And while the 43-year-old’s career spans decades, it’s her always surprising roles in Murphy’s creative circus—lesbian journalist, heroin-addicted ghost, conjoined twins—that have thrust her into A-list territory, landing her in films opposite Michael Fassbender (12 Years a Slave) and Cate Blanchett (Carol).

Her cinematic oeuvre grows with The Post (December 22), the Steven Spielberg-directed, star-studded drama about the publication of the Pentagon Papers, and with June’s all-female heist flick, Ocean’s Eight. (She’ll team up with Murphy again for his new Netflix show, Ratched, a One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest prequel). But don’t let her diabolical résumé fool you. Deep down Paulson’s just a Julia Roberts fan girl who thinks public bathrooms are gross. She gives us an earful about both—and then some.

 

You once recorded a fan’s voicemail greeting. Angeleno you’d ask to record yours?
Diane Keaton. It would be like, “Oh, hi! Um, hi. Oh, hey! It’s Sarah, please leave a message!” Something charming and perfect and funny. I wish she could do a virtual one, though, so she could greet people in a bowler hat and glasses and gloves.

You’re a nervous flyer. Costar you’d be happiest to see in the cockpit? Most terrified?
John Travolta could be in the cockpit, and I’d feel OK. He’s an actual pilot, so the man can fly me anywhere he’d like. I wouldn’t be excited to see Emma Roberts up there. I trust her with almost anything else, but neither of us are fans of turbulence. So the idea that she’d be navigating that—nope. She’s one of the smartest girls in town, and that is the truth, but in the cockpit, nope.

Three Julia Roberts characters you’d staff at a newspaper?
Erin Brockovich, obvi. Shelby from Steel Magnolias—she’d be the style editor. And then Vivian from Pretty Woman because she wouldn’t tolerate any injustice in the workplace.

Profession you could fake based on the characters you’ve played?
Legitimately? I don’t think I could get away with any of them, honey. But probably a lawyer, because I spent the most time investigating Marcia Clark. I’d do it by cheating and texting Marcia under the table.

If a newspaper hired you as a critic, what would you critique?
Bathroom hygiene etiquette. Listen, you want to squat? Have at it. But if you spray everywhere and don’t take the time to clean up after yourself, you are a vile person. And I could write about it at length.

Song that’d be playing during a montage of your life?
Shawn Colvin’s cover of “This Must Be the Place (Naïve Melody)”. It’s like a walking-slowly-in-the-rain-and-maybe-you’re-on-a-bench-crying type of song. But I’d like the music of my montage to shift, so when I go into different rooms, it’d be “Beast of Burden” by the Rolling Stones.

Three women you could pull off an L.A. heist with?
Sandra Bullock, because if you’ve been heisting with her once, you’d know she’s someone you have to have with you always. I want her with me all the time when I do everything. Michelle Obama, because I miss her, and everything needs a moral center. And my sister, Elizabeth Paulson, because she’s wily. We’d probably try to get some stuff out of the Getty.

Which fake paper would you work for: The Daily PlanetDaily Prophet, orDaily Bugle?
The Daily Planet. I always imagined that I’d know Clark Kent was Superman—the glasses don’t hide that jawline and that hair. I also like the idea of him scooping me up, one fist in the air, and flying into the sky. What girl would be like, “No, thanks”?


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American Horror Story (2011-)
as Ally Mayfair-Richards
An anthology series that centers on different characters and locations, including a house with a murderous past, an insane asylum, a witch coven, a freak show, and an enigmatic hotel.


Rebel in the Rye (2017)
as Shelby
The life of celebrated but reclusive author, J.D. Salinger, who gained worldwide fame with the publication of his novel, The Catcher in the Rye.


Feud (TV Series) (2017)
as Geraldine Page
Based on the legendary rivalry between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford which began early on their careers,climated on the set of "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" and evolved into an Oscar vendetta.


American Crime Story (2015-2018)
as Marcia Clark / Dr. Anna Pou
An anthology series centered around America's most notorious crimes and criminals.


Ocean's Eight (2018)
as Tammy
Debbie Ocean gathers a crew to attempt an impossible heist at New York City's yearly Met Gala.


Lost Girls (201?)
as Unknown
A mother searching for her missing daughter in Long Island makes a horrifying discovery in the woods where the murdered bodies of four girls have been dumped.


Bird Box (201?)
as Unknown
A woman and a pair of children are blindfolded and make their way through a post-apocalyptic setting along a river.


Ratched (2018)
as Nurse Ratched
A young nurse at mental institution becomes jaded, bitter and a downright monster to her patients.


Glass (2019)
as Unknown
The imprisoned Elijah Price holds secrets critical to both David Dunn and Kevin Crumb.


The Goldfinch (2019)
as Xandra
A boy in New York is taken in by a wealthy Upper East Side family after his mother is killed in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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