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Stunning Sarah Paulson Gallery > Events > 2014 > 08-23: Entertainment Weekly’s Pre-Emmy Party
Stunning Sarah Paulson Gallery > Events > 2014 > 08-23: Variety And Women In Film Emmy Nominee Celebration
Stunning Sarah Paulson Gallery > Events > 2014 > 08-24: 66th Annual Emmy Awards Performers Nominee Reception
Stunning Sarah Paulson Gallery > Events > 2014 > 08-25: 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards
Stunning Sarah Paulson Gallery > Events > 2014 > 08-25: 2014 FOX Emmy Award Nominee Celebration
The fourth installment of the anthology series from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk will debut Wednesday, Oct. 8, at 10 p.m.
Here’s FX’s formal logline: “American Horror Story: Freak Show begins its tale in the quiet, sleepy hamlet of Jupiter, Florida. The year is 1952. A troupe of curiosities has just arrived to town, coinciding with the strange emergence of a dark entity that savagely threatens the lives of townsfolk and freaks alike. This is the story of the performers and their desperate journey of survival amidst the dying world of the American carny experience.”
Over 70 new photos in the Stunning Sarah Paulson Gallery from Comic Con (thanks to The CW 100’s Fans for the photos.)
Stunning Sarah Paulson Gallery > Events > 2014 > 07-26: “American Horror Story: Coven” Panel – Comic-Con
Stunning Sarah Paulson Gallery > Events > 2014 > 07-26: Fox Television’s Comic-Con Stars & Producers Cocktail Party
Stunning Sarah Paulson Gallery > Events > 2014 > 07-26: Entertainment Weekly: Women Who Kick Ass Panel And Presentation
Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Carter, Driver, Lange, Paulson, Tyson, Wiig #EmmyNoms
— TV Guide (@TVGuide) July 10, 2014
Emmy- and Golden Globe-nominated Sarah Paulson has joined Nicolas Cage in The Runner, about an idealistic but flawed New Orleans Congressman Colin Price whose dysfunctional life and career are destroyed by a sex scandal. Paulson, last seen in the Oscar-winner 12 Years A Slave, will play a PR consultant Price hires to help him get back into the political game. Paulson earned an Emmy nod for her turn in American Horror Story: Asylum and will return for the FX series’ next installment, American Horror Story: Freak Show. She’s repped by UTA and Kipperman Management.
PAULSON: For me, it was after [NBC's] Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip [was canceled]. Everyone on the show thought it was going to be this thing, and it didn’t become anything. I didn’t work for two years, and then I moved back to New York …
DANES: It’s crushing.
PAULSON: And it’s really hard. It was not only my expectations I was dealing with; I was dealing with everybody else’s expectations about something that was disappointing for them, too. So I went back to New York and did some plays that nobody saw, and that was fine. Then some casting director came to see a play, and then I did a movie called Martha Marcy May Marlene, which kind of put things back on track.
DANES: I think you work for long enough, too, and you start to realize that working for working’s sake is counterproductive. I realized that that wasn’t really an option anymore, so I had to just wait, but that’s so painful.
PAULSON: It’s an act of faith to have that kind of patience and also a certain willingness to believe that you have something to offer. But if it doesn’t, what does it mean? Where will you go? And what will you do? And will you find a home?
PARE: Sounds like me!