Sarah Paulson made her first major appearance on TV in Law & Order, but reflecting on that audition she reveals that she nearly blew it.
Sarah Paulson’s characters have undergone serious trauma and she’s also gone through that herself since she doesn’t know how to “fake it.”
Actor Sarah Paulson remarks that she actually did not do much specific research to portray the iconic character, Nurse Ratched.
“If you’re playing it that you suspect something, then the audience is going to suspect something” – Sarah Paulson [Please note: This post contains spoilers for the ending of M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass] By now most filmgoers are familiar with how M. Night Shyamalan frequently includes twists in his films,
Sarah Paulson: “I muscled a lot of what I’ve achieved by sheer force of will and relentless determination”
“If my career had turned out like the fantasy I had of what it was going to be, it would never have made me happy” – Sarah Paulson
Kirsten Dunst, Julianna Margulies, Sarah Paulson, Regina King and Constance Zimmer chat about careers, working in TV, their characters and more.
“I wonder sometimes if being in the Ryan Murphy world — in that I get to play so many different types of characters within that one TV show — that there really isn’t time to sort of typecast me as one particular kind of thing.” – Sarah Paulson
After facing a brutal season on American Horror Story: Asylum as tortured victim, Lana Winters, it makes sense that Sarah Paulson was ready for something a little different. Now, she’s starring on Broadway in Lanford Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Talley’s Folly. However, Paulson wasn’t initially sold on the idea of returning to the stage.