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- Sarah Catharine Paulson
- Tampa FL
- United States
- Cute And Funny
- Anything That Makes Her Laugh
Sarah Paulson Introduction
One can only hope that actress Sarah Paulson is as cute and adorable in real life as she was on the drama Studio 60.
Sarah Paulson Life Story
Actress Sarah Paulson has showed TV audiences that she can play a variety of different characters. Her most recent and notable role was on the critically acclaimed, but short-lived series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (Amanda Peet), where she played a right-wing conservative comedian on a late-night sketch comedy show. Characters don't get more specific than that. She was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2006 for her role, but unfortunately the show was canceled after one impressive season.
Paulson was born in Florida, but was raised in New York and considers herself a New Yorkers at heart. Her first screen credit was for Law and Order in 1994. In 1995 she starred in the supernatural show American Gothic, but like Studio 60, the show was never given a chance and was canceled after one season. She appeared in films such as The Other Sister (Juliette Lewis) and What Women Want (Helen Hunt). She also appeared on shows such as Deadwood, Nip/Tuck and Leap of Faith.
In 2005, her partner, Broadway actress Cherry Jones revealed that the two were a couple during Jones' Tony Award acceptance speech. In 2007, the couple became more public with their relationship in an interview with VelvetPark.
Sarah Paulson on the Web
Sarah Paulson on 12 Years a Slave and Possibly Killing Jessica ... In 12 Years a Slave, Steve McQueen's epic ensemble drama that some are already predicting will win the best-picture Oscar next March, Sarah Paulson has one of the most complex supporting roles. Playing the wife of ...
Sarah Paulson on the twisty second season of American Horror ... The Emmy-nominated actress talks mental illness and musical numbers as the season wraps up.