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Tampa, Florida, U.S. Occupation Actress Years active 1994–present Partner(s) Cherry Jones (2004–2009) Holland Taylor (2015–present) Paulson began her acting career in New York City stage productions before starring in the short-lived television series American Gothic (1995–1996) and Jack & Jill (1999–2001). She later appeared in comedy films such as What Women Want (2000) and Down with Love (2003), and drama films such as Path to War (2002) and The Notorious Bettie Page (2005).

From 2006 to 2007, she starred as Harriet Hayes in the NBC comedy-drama series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, for which she received her first Golden Globe Award nomination. In 2008, she starred as Ellen Dolan in the superhero noir film The Spirit.

Paulson has appeared on Broadway in the plays The Glass Menagerie in 2005 and Collected Stories in 2010. She also starred in a number of independent films, and had a leading role on sarah paulson ABC comedy series Cupid in 2009.

Sarah paulson later starred in the independent drama film Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011), and received Primetime Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award nominations for her portrayal of Nicolle Wallace in the HBO film Game Change (2012).

[1] She was featured as Mary Epps in the 2013 historical drama film 12 Years a Slave, as Abby Gerhard in the 2015 romantic drama film Carol, and as Toni Bradlee in the 2017 political drama film The Post, all of which were nominated for multiple Academy Awards.

Her other films include Serenity (2005), New Year's Eve (2011), Mud (2012), Blue Jay (2016), Ocean's 8 (2018), Bird Box (2018), Glass (2019), and Run (2020).

In 2011, Paulson began starring in the FX anthology series American Horror Story, playing different characters in many of the show's 10 seasons. For her performances in the series, she received five Primetime Emmy Award nominations and won two Critics' Choice Television Awards. In 2016, she portrayed real life prosecutor Marcia Clark in first season of the anthology series American Crime Story, subtitled The People v.

O. J. Simpson, for which she garnered critical acclaim and numerous accolades, including the Primetime Emmy Award and the Golden Globe Award. In 2020, Paulson appeared in the FX limited series Mrs.

America, and began starring as Nurse Mildred Ratched in the Netflix psychological thriller series Ratched. In 2021, she returned to American Crime Story to portray Linda Tripp in the third season of the show, subtitled Impeachment. [2] Early life Sarah Catharine Paulson was born in Tampa, Florida, on December 17, 1974, [3] the daughter of Catharine Gordon (née Dolcater) and Douglas Lyle Paulson II.

[1] [4] She spent her early life in South Tampa until her parents' divorce when she was five. [5] After her parents' separation, she relocated with her mother and sister to Maine, sarah paulson to New York City. [6] Her mother worked as a waitress, and Paulson lived in Queens and Gramercy Park before settling in Park Slope. [6] She recalled of this period, "My mom was 27 years old [when we moved].

She didn't know a single person in New York City. She got a job sarah paulson Sardi's Restaurant. [.] She was so brave to be basically a debutante in Tampa, Florida, having a cotillion and a coming out ball – and she picked up and brought her two sarah paulson to the greatest city in the world, not sarah paulson anyone.

My mom's kind of my hero that way." [6] Throughout her childhood, Paulson spent her summers with her father in Florida, [5] who was an executive at a Tampa door manufacturing company. [7] She attended P.S. 29 and Berkeley Carroll School [8] [9] in Brooklyn before attending Manhattan's Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School [10] [11] and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. [5] Paulson at the 2006 Drama Desk Awards Paulson began working as an actress right out of high school. She appeared in the Horton Foote play Talking Pictures at the Signature Theatre, and in an episode of Law & Order in 1994.

The next year Paulson appeared in the Hallmark television film Friends at Last (1995) opposite Kathleen Turner, playing the adult version of Turner's character's daughter. [12] She also starred in the short-lived television series American Gothic (also 1995), playing the ghost of a murdered woman. [13] In 1997, Paulson made her feature film debut in the independent thriller film Levitation, playing a woman who discovers she is pregnant after an anonymous sexual encounter.

[14] Leonard Klady of Variety noted that Paulson and her co-stars are "not supported by the script", concluding: " Levitation is a grim, convoluted saga of identity and belonging.

An ill-fitting combination of melodrama and magic realism, the indie effort will have a decidedly difficult time in the theatrical arena." [14] In 1997, Paulson was a featured actress (Janice/Nina) in the two-part episode "True Romance" of Cracker, which starred Robert Pastorelli. She also appeared Off-Broadway in a fall 1998 production of Killer Joe. [15] She subsequently played Elisa Cronkite in The WB comedy-drama series Jack sarah paulson Jill (1999).

[16] The same year, she was also cast opposite Juliette Lewis and Diane Keaton in the drama The Other Sister, playing the lesbian sister of a developmentally-disabled woman in San Francisco, [17] and in a supporting part playing a hostage in the comedy Held Up, opposite Jamie Foxx. [18] The following year, she had a small supporting role in the comedy What Women Want, starring Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt.

[19] Paulson had a minor recurring role in the HBO series Deadwood (2005–2006), [20] and was a focal character sarah paulson an episode of the FX series Nip/Tuck. She starred as the main character in the NBC series Leap of Faith. She was then cast in the period comedy Down with Love (2003) in a central role, portraying the friend and editor of a writer (portrayed by Renee Zellweger).

[21] In 2004, she had a supporting role in the ABC series The D.A., which was cancelled after only four episodes. [22] In the spring of 2005, Paulson starred in a revival of The Glass Menagerie on Broadway, opposite future American Horror Story co-star Sarah paulson Lange.

[23] Ben Brantley of The New York Times deemed the production as "misdirected and miscast . reality never makes an appearance in this surreally blurred production." [23] Later that year, Paulson appeared Off-Broadway in a production of Colder Than Here, opposite Lily Rabe (also her future co-star on American Horror Story).

[24] The production received an unfavorable review from Variety, with critic Dave Rooney writing: "Rabe speaks in an affected monotone while Sarah Paulson has the measured, upward-inflected delivery of a children's TV presenter . this mannered, melancholy play elicits a mainly impassive response, which is no small obstruction in a work dealing with loss." [24] Also in 2005, Paulson had a small role in the Joss Whedon-directed science fiction film Serenity.

[25] In the 2006–07 television season, Paulson co-starred in NBC's Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, playing Harriet Hayes, one of the stars of the show-within-a-show. This role earned her a nomination for Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film.

In December 2008, Paulson appeared in the screen adaptation of Will Eisner's comic book The Spirit, playing an updated version of the character Ellen Dolan. [26] 2008–2015 Paulson at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival In 2008, ABC cast Paulson in the pilot Cupid, which was ordered to series.

It was a remake of the 1998 series starring Jeremy Piven and Paula Marshall. In the new version, Paulson starred opposite Bobby Cannavale. [27] It debuted in late March 2009 on ABC but was cancelled on May 19, 2009, after six episodes. [28] In February 2010, Paulson was cast as the circa 1982 mother of main character Meredith Grey, on the ABC drama Grey's Anatomy, [29] appearing in a flashback sequence in a season-six episode. [30] She then played Nicolle Wallace in the HBO film Game Change (2012), based on events of the 2008 U.S.

presidential election campaign. For her performance, she earned Primetime Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award nominations. In the spring of 2010, she starred in Donald Margulies's Collected Stories alongside Linda Lavin on Broadway. [31] The same year, Paulson filmed the independent drama Martha Marcy May Marlene, in which she starred opposite Elizabeth Olsen and Hugh Dancy, portraying the wealthy sister of a woman sarah paulson has escaped a cult.

[32] The film was released in the fall of 2011. [32] Simultaneously, Paulson guest-starred in three episodes of the FX anthology series American Horror Story, playing medium Billie Dean Howard. [33] Paulson returned the following year for season two, American Horror Story: Asylum, in which she played a new character, Lana Winters, a writer who is committed to an asylum for being a lesbian.

[34] During this time, she also played the supporting role of Mary Lee in the acclaimed 2012 drama film Mud, starring Matthew McConaughey. [35] Paulson returned to theater in March 2013, appearing in an Off-Broadway production of Talley's Folly opposite Danny Burstein.

[36] She then starred in the third season of American Horror Story, titled Coven (2013) as Cordelia Foxx, a witch who runs an academy for other young witches. [37] The same year, she starred as Mary Epps, an abusive slave-owner, in the historical drama film 12 Years a Slave. [38] The film was a critical success, earning numerous accolades.

[39] In 2014, Paulson appeared in the fourth season of series of American Horror Story, titled Freak Show, playing the roles of conjoined twin sisters Bette and Dot Tattler, who are members of a circus freak show. [40] She returned for the fifth season, subtitled Hotel, in the role of Hypodermic Sally, the ghost of a drug addict trapped in a Hollywood hotel.

[41] She also reprised the character of Billie Dean Howard in the last episode of the season, making a crossover appearance. [42] During this time, Paulson also took on the role of Abby Gerhard in the Todd Haynes-directed romantic drama Carol (2015), a period piece in which she played the supporting role of Cate Blanchett's close friend.

[43] 2016–present Paulson at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival Beginning in February 2016, Paulson starred in the first season of the true crime anthology series American Crime Story, subtitled The People v. O.J. Simpson, portraying prosecutor Marcia Clark. [44] She garnered widespread critical acclaim for her performance and won various awards, including the TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Drama, the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie, and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film.

[45] In June 2016, the Human Rights Campaign released a video in tribute to the victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting; in the video, Paulson and others told the stories of the people killed there.

[46] In the fall of 2016, she starred in the sixth iteration of American Horror Story, subtitled Roanoke; in it, she was cast in the dual roles of British actress Audrey Tindall and tortured wife and yoga instructor Shelby Miller, the latter of whom is portrayed by Tindall's character in My Roanoke Nightmare, a documentary within the series.

[47] She also reprised her role of Lana Winters in the final episode of Roanoke, in which the character makes a crossover appearance.

[48] After completing Roanoke, Paulson appeared in the series' seventh season, Cult (2017), in which she played restaurant owner Ally Mayfair-Richards, [49] as well as Susan Atkins in the 10th episode of the season. She also starred as Geraldine Page in one episode of the first season of drama anthology series Feud (2017), which chronicles the turbulent working relationship between actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. [50] [51] Paulson was then cast in the heist film Ocean's 8 (2018), co-starring with Cate Blanchett, Sandra Bullock, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Awkwafina, and Rihanna.

[52] The film was a commercial success, grossing nearly $300 million at the worldwide box office. [53] In 2017 she was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

[54] Paulson returned for the eighth season of American Horror Story, titled Apocalypse, which premiered on September 12, 2018. In Apocalypse, Paulson reprised both the Murder House and Coven roles of Billie Dean Howard and Cordelia Foxx, respectively, and also starred as the villainous Miss Wilhemina Venable. [55] In addition to appearing as three characters, Paulson also directed one of the season's episodes, marking her directorial debut.

[55] She played Sandra Bullock's character's sister, Jessica, in the drama horror film Bird Box, which was released on Netflix in December 2018. In 2019, Paulson starred as Dr. Ellie Staple in the superhero thriller film Glass, Xandra in the drama film The Goldfinch, and Dr. Zara in the animated adventure film Abominable.

Paulson then starred as Alice Macray in the FX limited drama series Mrs. America, which premiered in April 2020. [56] She also starred as Clarissa Montgomery in the HBO satirical comedy television film Coastal Elites, which premiered in September 2020. [57] In September 2017, it was announced that Paulson would star as a younger version of Nurse Mildred Ratched, the villain of the novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and its acclaimed 1975 film adaptation, in the Netflix drama series Ratched, a prequel to the novel which would portray the character's origins.

[58] The first season was released on September 18, 2020. [59] In November 2020, Paulson starred in the thriller film Run, opposite Kiera Allen. It went on to become the most watched original film on streaming platform Hulu.

[60] [61] In 2021, she portrayed Linda Tripp in the third season of the true crime anthology series American Crime Story, subtitled Impeachment. [62] In 2021 she returned to American Horror Story for its tenth season, after being absent for the ninth season. [63] In February 2022 it was announced that Paulson had been tapped to portray author Glennon Doyle in a TV series based on Doyle's memoir, Untamed. [64] Personal life Paulson lives in Los Angeles.

[67] She is a supporter of the Democratic Party. [68] She was diagnosed with melanoma on her back when she was 25, though the growth was removed before the cancer could spread. [69] Addressing her sexuality, Sarah paulson called it "a fluid situation" [70] and later said, "If my life choices had to be predicated based on what was expected of me from a community on either side, that's going to make me feel really straitjacketed, and I don't want to feel that." [7] She dated actress Cherry Jones, who is 18 years her senior, from 2004 to 2009.

[71] She had dated only men before this relationship, including her former fiancé, playwright Tracy Letts. [7] Since sarah paulson 2015, she has been in a relationship with actress Holland Taylor, who is 32 years her senior. [72] Main article: Sarah Paulson filmography Paulson appeared in such films as What Women Want (2000), Down with Love (2003), Serenity (2005), The Notorious Bettie Page (2005), The Spirit (2008), Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011), New Year's Eve (2011), Mud (2012), Game Change (2012), 12 Years a Slave (2013), Carol (2015), Blue Jay (2016), The Post (2017), Ocean's 8 (2018), Bird Sarah paulson (2018), Glass (2019), Abominable (2019), and Run (2020).

On television, Paulson starred in American Gothic (1995–1996), Jack & Jill (1999–2001), Deadwood (2006), Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (2006–2007), Cupid (2009), American Horror Story (2011–present), American Crime Story (2016–present), Mrs.

America (2020), and Ratched (2020–present). Paulson has also appeared on Broadway in the plays The Glass Menagerie (2005) and Collected Stories (2010), and the off-Broadway plays Crimes of the Heart (2008) and Talley's Folly (2013). Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Sarah Paulson Paulson has accumulated nominations for seven Primetime Emmy Awards, five Golden Globe Awards, and two Screen Actors Guild Awards, receiving one of each for her role in the limited series The People v.

O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story. She was also nominated for her work on other television programs, such as the comedy-drama series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, the political drama film Game Change, and the horror anthology series American Horror Story.

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She made sarah paulson debut in a full-time movie “Levitation” in the year 1997.

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Since then, the actress is portraying many minor and major roles on screen. Paulson got an honor of Primetime Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award nomination for her marvelous performances.

In 2012, Sarah was a part of an American political film – Game change. https://www.instagram.com/p/CFKVAPAj-Pn/ She has constantly been in the spotlight for her distinct roles.

Sarah has appeared in a number of big-screen and silver screen projects and has received many awards like Critics’ Choice Television Award, Golden Globe Award, and Screen Actors Guild Award, etc. In 2017, Time magazine positioned her amongst the top 100 most influential people across the globe. Contents • Wiki/Biography • Facts/ Trivia • Parents • Siblings • Education • Social Media Handles • Dating History & Partner • Favorite Things • Body Statistics & More • Height • Weight • Body Stats • Films & Shows • Other Random Information about Sarah Paulson Wiki/Biography The actress, a 45 years old American star was born on December 17th, 1974 to Catherine Gordon (mom) and Douglas Lyle Paulson (dad).

She spent her early years in Tampa, Florida. When Sarah Paulson was 5 years old, her parents got separated so she shifted to New York with her mommy sarah paulson sister Liz Paulson.

While Catherine got a job at Sardi’s restaurant in New York City, her dad started working as an executive at Tamp door manufacturing company in Florida. She used to visit her Douglas’s place during summers but she was brought up by her mom on her own. https://www.instagram.com/p/CFYEfXgnWUP/ The American heroine did her schooling from Fiorello H.

Laguardia sarah paulson in Manhattan, New York City. After she passed out from high school she went ahead for a career in the glamour world.

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She took admission to the American Academy Of Arts, Manhattan New York City. Her journey in the acting world started with plays. This helped Paulson a lot in brushing up her skills and provided a platform for her dreams to come true. Facts/ Trivia • Full name: Sarah Catherine Paulson. • Nickname: Sarah. • Date of birth: 17th December 1974. • Birthplace: Tampa, Florida, USA. • Age: 45 years as of 2019. • Gender: Female.

• Sexuality: Bisexual. • Horoscope: Sagittarius. • Nationality: American. • Ethnicity: White. Parents • Father: Douglas Lyle Paulson ll. • Mother: Catherine Gordon. Siblings • Brother: None. • Sister: Liz Paulson. Sarah Paulson with her sarah paulson Liz Paulson Education • School: Fiorello H. Sarah paulson school, Manhattan New York City. • College/University: American Academy Of Arts, Manhattan New York City Social Media Handles • Instagram: mssarahcatharinepaulson • Facebook: MsSarahCatharinePaulson • Twitter: MsSarahPaulson Dating History & Partner This 45 years old star is in a relationship with her girlfriend Holland Taylor who is also an American actress and playwright She is well known for her roles in sarah paulson popular TV series “One And A Half Men” and “The Practice”.

This connection has always been in speculations because of their age difference of 32 years. Yet they both sarah paulson managed to be together since 2015. Sarah Paulson with her lady love Holland Taylor Talking about Sarah Paulson’s former love life, she was previously engaged to her ex-beau Trecy Letts (actor and dramatist).

In addition, he is popularly recognized for his award-winning play in August. After exchanging the rings, their marriage was called off due to some issues which were not disclosed.

In 2004, she dated an American starlet Cherry Jones, a five timezone Award nominee. They had an age barrier of 18 years. Their romantic bond lasted for 6 years.

In 2009, they parted their ways. • Marital Status: Unmarried • Past affairs: Tracy Letts (Ex fiancé) and Cherry Jones (Ex-girlfriend) • Girlfriend: Holland Taylor. • Children: None. • Eating Habits: Non-vegetarian. Sarah Paulson food habits Sarah Paulson Diet • Smoke: Yes. Favorite Things • Actress: Jessica Lange.

• Actor: Robert Downey, Jr. • Brands: Gucci, Calvin Klein, and Prada. • Hobbies: Reading books and traveling.

Body Statistics sarah paulson More This popular starlet is 5 feet 6 inches tall which is 168 in centimeters and 1.68 in sarah paulson. She has shoulder-length hair which is silky and smooth in texture. Her eyes are light brown in color which gives her a perfect American beauty look. Sarah Paulson Height & Weight Sarah Paulson is neither too skinny nor too curvy.

Therefore, she is having a perfect hourglass figure. Her body measurements are 34-24-34. Sarah has a long inverted egg-shaped face with a fair complexion. Her perfectly toned skin adds even more to her charm. She is very diet conscious, however, she enjoys having cake to the fullest. In the morning, the actress takes great pleasure in having dunking donuts, fresh juice, and other healthy items. While in lunch she enjoys having spinach-ricotta pie and Greek salad.

Her dinner is always light which is mainly either salad or soup. Height • In Feets & Inches: 5’6″. • Centimeters: 168 cm.

• Meters: 1.68 m. Weight • In Kilograms: 55 kgs. • In Pounds: 121 lb. Body Stats • Eye color: light brown. • Hair color: Blonde (dyed).

• Skin Colour: Fair. • Body type: Hourglass. • Tattoo: Yes. • Figure measurements: 34-24-34. Films & Shows In 1997, the American star did her first full-length movie Levitation which was led and produced by Scott D.

Goldstein. Opposite to her was Ernie Hudson and Benjamin Helfin. The plot of the film revolved around Sarah (a teenager) who was sarah paulson search of her biological mother.

Earlier, in 1994, she made a presentation on the sarah paulson screen through an episode of the legal drama series Law & Order aired on NBC, directed by Edwin Sherin. Sarah Paulson posing along with her Golden Globe Award She was a cast as a ghost guide in an American horror tv series- American Gothic (1995), created by Shaun Cassidy. Though the series went off the air after it’s the first season but it opened up many new ways for her because of her amazing performance. In 2012, a turning point came in her life when she was cast in an American political film GameChange.

It was guided by Jay Roach and was written by Danny Strong. This film was based on a book having the same name – Game Change (2008), written by political journalist John Heilemann and Mark Halperin. Sarah Paulson wearing Prada and styled by stylist Karla Welch Its storyline was about the United States Presidential Election Campaign and the struggles that sarah paulson along with it.

While these artists Julianne Moore, Ed Harris, and Woody Harrelson were in its main lead. This big-screen project won many awards for its perfect execution, Paulson received Primetime Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award nomination for her brilliant performance.

Sarah paulson been starring in American anthology horror television series ‘American horror story’, by Rhyan Murphy and Brad Falchuk for 9 seasons. In 2016, the American artist was cast in a series of American crime story which gave her widespread recognition. Sarah Paulson was featured in Elle Magazine She was a part of the 2018 American heist comedy film Ocean’s 8 in which she was opposite CateBlanchett, Sandra Bullock, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Awkwafania, and Rihanna.

This film was conducted by Gary Rose and turned out to be a great success, making an earning of $300 million globally with a production budget of $70 million. • Income Source: Films, TV Shows, Brand collaborations, Modelling projects, etc. • Profession: Actress and Model. • Debut Movie: Levitation (1997 as Acey Rawling). • Small Screen Debut: Law & Order (1994) as Maggie Conner.

• Famous Work: • 1. The American Horror Story: Asylum. • 2.The American Horror Story: Freak Show. • 3.

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Mud. • Various Projects: 1. Ocean’s 8 (2018). • 2.

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GameChange (2012). • 3. American Gothic (1995). • 4.Grey’s Anatomy (2010). • 5.Rhe Spirit (2008). • 6. Puppy Love (2008). • 7.Diggers (2006). • 8.Serenity (2005), etc. • Net Worth: US$ 15 million. Other Random Information about Sarah Paulson • Sarah Paulson stepped into the acting world right after the completion of her secondary education, at the age of 20 years.

• She began her career by performing in playmaking pictures at Signature Theatres Company. • This play was aired on September 23rd and concluded on October 23, 1994. • Sarah loves to read books. Some of her favorites are Chelsea Handler’s – Life will be the death of me…and you too!

The liar’s club by Mary Karr • Moreover, she loves to stay classy and stylish. Her most picked brands are Gucci and Prada whereas her favorite stylist is Karla Welch. Paulson wearing Calvin Klein • Sarah Paulson likes to keep up with the trends and has inked 6 tattoos on different parts of the body like the nape of her neck, right forearm right foot, and left ankle.

• The actress loves traveling, reading books, and enjoys sarah paulson delicious food. • She has a pet dog named Winnie. Sarah Paulson has a pet dog Winnie • Her sister Liz is also an actress and casting director.

• She recently playing the role of a nurse in an American physiological thriller drama web television series – Ratched. • Its first episode was released on 18 sarah paulson September 2020 and has already become the top 10 series in the US. https://www.instagram.com/p/CD_8725HuTf/ • In recent years, Paulson marked her presence in various Netflix series and other on-screen projects which provided her with many awards like – TCA Award for individual achievement in drama, • Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guide Awards for various miniseries and television films, Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama/Miniseries, and the list goes on.

Sarah Paulson Awards collection • Along with this, in 2017, she was put under the list of 100 most influential people in the world, by time magazine which is the top weekly magazine of America.

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Tammy Duckworth Calls Going Back to Work After Having a Miscarriage 'Inhumane' "Even though we cleared my calendar for the day, Sarah paulson was still on the phone. There was no resting, you just kept on going," Tammy Duckworth says on an episode of PEOPLE's podcast Me Becoming Mom • Me Becoming Mom • People Every Day • PEOPLE in the '90s Paulson and Taylor, who have been dating for nearly six years, have kept a relatively low profile throughout their relationship.

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The following is a list of accolades of American film, television, and stage actress Sarah Paulson. Sarah Paulson awards and nominations Paulson at the premiere of 12 Years a Slave at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival Totals Award Wins Nominations BFCC Awards 1 1 Critics' Choice Super Awards 0 1 Critics' Choice Television Awards 3 4 Dorian Awards 1 1 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards 1 2 Golden Globe Awards 1 5 Gotham Awards 0 1 HCA TV Awards 0 1 Independent Spirit Awards 1 1 People's Choice Awards 0 1 Primetime Emmy Awards 1 7 Satellite Awards 2 4 Saturn Awards 0 3 Screen Actors Guild Awards 1 2 TCA Awards 1 1 WFCC Awards 1 1 Wins 25 Sarah paulson 49 From her acting career, Paulson has accumulated five Golden Globe Award nominations and seven Primetime Emmy Award nominations, receiving one of each for her role in The People v.

O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story in 2016. Her work is mainly recognized in television, for series such as American Horror Story, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, and Game Change. In 2013, Paulson co-starred in the multiple Academy Award-winning film 12 Years a Slave, for which she was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture.

Contents • 1 Major associations • 1.1 Critics' Choice Television Awards • 1.2 Golden Globe Awards • 1.3 Primetime Emmy Awards • 1.4 Screen Actors Guild Awards • 2 Miscellaneous awards • 2.1 Black Film Critics Circle Awards • 2.2 Critics' Choice Super Awards • 2.3 Dorian Awards • 2.4 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards • 2.5 Gotham Awards • 2.6 Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards • 2.7 Independent Spirit Awards • 2.8 People's Choice Awards • 2.9 Satellite Awards • 2.10 Saturn Awards • 2.11 Television Critics Association Awards • 2.12 Women Film Critics Circle Awards • 3 See also • 4 References • 4.1 Sources • 4.2 Citations • 5 External links Major associations Edit Critics' Choice Television Awards Edit Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.

2013 Best Supporting Actress in a Movie or Miniseries American Horror Story: Asylum Won [1] 2015 American Horror Story: Freak Show Won [2] 2016 Sarah paulson Horror Story: Hotel Nominated [3] 2016 Best Actress in a Movie or Miniseries The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story Sarah paulson [4] Golden Globe Awards Edit Year Category Nominated work Result Ref. 2006 Best Supporting Actress – Television Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip Nominated [5] 2012 Game Change Nominated [6] 2017 Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film The People v.

O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story Won [7] 2021 Best Actress – Television Series Drama Ratched Nominated [8] Best Television Series – Drama (as executive producer) Nominated Primetime Emmy Awards Edit Year Category Nominated work Result Ref. 2012 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie Game Change Nominated [9] 2013 American Horror Story: Asylum Nominated [10] 2014 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie American Horror Story: Coven Nominated [11] 2015 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series American Horror Story: Freak Show Nominated [12] 2016 American Horror Story: Hotel Nominated [13] Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie The People v.

O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story Won [14] 2018 American Horror Story: Cult Nominated [15] Screen Actors Guild Sarah paulson Edit Year Category Nominated work Result Ref. 2014 Outstanding Cast in a Motion Picture 12 Years a Slave Nominated [16] 2017 Outstanding Actress in a Miniseries or Television Movie The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story Won [17] Miscellaneous awards Edit Black Film Critics Circle Awards Edit Year Category Nominated work Result Ref. 2013 Best Sarah paulson 12 Years a Slave Won [18] Critics' Choice Super Awards Edit Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.

2021 Best Villain in a Series Ratched Nominated Dorian Awards Edit Sarah paulson Category Nominated work Result Ref. 2017 TV Performance of the Year — Actress The People v.

O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story Won [19] Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Edit Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.

2015 Favorite Actress on TV American Horror Story: Freak Show Won [20] 2017 Best TV Supporting Actress American Horror Story: Roanoke Nominated [21] Gotham Awards Edit Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.

2011 Best Ensemble Cast Martha Marcy May Marlene Nominated [22] Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards Edit Year Category Nominated sarah paulson Result Ref. 2021 Best Actress in a Streaming Series, Drama Ratched Nominated Independent Spirit Awards Edit Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.

2013 Independent Spirit Robert Altman Award Mud Won [23] People's Choice Awards Edit Year Category Sarah paulson work Result Ref. 2019 Favorite Drama Movie Star Glass Nominated [24] Satellite Awards Edit Year Category Nominated work Result Ref. 2006 Best Actress – Television Series Drama Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip Nominated [25] 2012 Best Supporting Actress – Television Game Change Nominated [26] 2014 American Horror Story: Freak Show Won [27] 2017 Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film The People v.

Sarah paulson. J. Simpson: American Crime Story Won [28] 2022 Best Supporting Actress – Television Impeachment: American Crime Story Nominated Saturn Awards Edit Year Category Nominated work Result Ref. 2013 Best Actress on TV American Horror Story: Asylum Nominated [29] 2017 American Horror Story: Roanoke Nominated [30] 2018 American Horror Story: Cult Nominated [31] Television Critics Association Awards Edit Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.

2016 Individual Achievement in Drama The People v.

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O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story Won sarah paulson Women Film Critics Circle Awards Edit Year Category Nominated work Result Ref. 2021 Worst Screen Mom of the Year Award Run Won • ^ "Critics' Choice Television Award winners and nominees". Critics' Choice. Archived from the original on 2 June 2012. Retrieved 28 December 2013. sarah paulson ^ Pederson, Erik (6 May 2015). "Critics' Choice TV Awards: 'Justified', 'Olive Kitteridge', HBO Lead The Field".

Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved 6 May 2015. • ^ Hipes, Patrick (14 December 2015). "Critics' Choice Awards Nominations: 'Mad Max' Leads Film; ABC, HBO, FX Networks & 'Fargo' Top TV".

Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved 14 December 2015. • ^ "Critics' Choice Television Awards: HBO Leads 22 Nominations". Indie Wire. 14 November 2016. Retrieved 14 November 2016. • ^ "Golden Globes, USA (2007)". IMDb. Retrieved 28 December 2013. • ^ "Golden Globes, USA (2013)". IMDb. Retrieved 28 December 2013. • ^ "Golden Globes, USA (2017)". Golden Globe Awards. Retrieved 8 August 2019. • ^ Oganesyan, Natalie; Moreau, Jordan (3 February 2021).

"Golden Globes 2021: The Complete Nominations List". Variety. Retrieved 3 February 2021. • ^ "Primetime Emmy Awards (2012)".

IMDb. Retrieved 28 December 2013. • ^ "Primetime Emmy Awards (2013)". IMDb. Retrieved 28 December 2013. • ^ "8 Questions With 'American Horror Story: Coven's' Sarah Paulson: Emmy Nominee Quickie". TheWrap. 7 August 2014. • ^ "Outstanding Supporting Actress in sarah paulson Limited Series or Movie – 2015". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved 16 July 2015. • ^ "Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie – 2016". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved 16 July 2016.

• ^ "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie - 2016". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved 8 August 2019. • ^ "Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie – 2018". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved 16 July 2018. • ^ "Screen Actors Guild Awards (2014)". IMDb. Retrieved 28 December 2013. • ^ "Screen Actors Guild Awards (2016)". sagawards.org. Retrieved 14 December 2016.

• ^ "Black Film Critics Circle Names '12 Years a Slave' Best Picture". Variety. 2013. Retrieved 28 July 2019. • ^ " 'Moonlight' Leads Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics' Dorian Award Nominations". The Hollywood Reporter.

Retrieved 13 January 2017. • ^ Gingold, Michael (1 June 2015). "The 2015 FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards Winners and Full Results!". Fangoria. Retrieved 1 June 2015.

• ^ "Never mind Sarah paulson, here's the 2017 FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards Nominees Ballot!". FANGORIA®. Retrieved 14 February 2017. • ^ "Gotham Awards (2011)". IMDb. Retrieved 28 December 2013. • ^ "Independent Spirit Awards (2014)". IMDb. Retrieved 28 December 2013. • ^ "People's Choice Awards: 'Avengers: Endgame,' 'Game of Thrones,' BTS Among Nominees".

The Hollywood Reporter. 2019. Retrieved 7 September 2019. • ^ "Satellite Awards (2006)". IMDb. Retrieved 28 December 2013. • ^ "Satellite Awards (2012)". IMDb. Retrieved 28 December 2013. • ^ "Satellite Awards (2014)". International Press Academy. Retrieved 1 December 2014. • ^ Kilday, Gregg (29 November 2016). "Satellite Awards Nominees Revealed".

The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 29 November 2016. • ^ "Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA (2013)". IMDb. Retrieved 28 December 2013. • ^ "The Academy of Science Fiction Fantasy and Horror Films". www.saturnawards.org. Retrieved 2 March 2017. • ^ McNary, Dave (March 15, 2018). " 'Black Panther,' 'Walking Dead' Rule Saturn Awards Nominations".

Variety. Archived from the original on March 15, 2018. Retrieved March 15, 2018. • ^ Nolfi, Joey (22 June 2016). "2016 Television Critics Association Awards nominations: HBO, FX lead". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 22 June 2016.Sarah Paulson was born on December 17, 1974 in Tampa, Florida, to Catharine Gordon (Dolcater) and Douglas Lyle Paulson II.

She spent most of her early years in New York and Maine, before settling in Manhattan to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and the High School for Performing Arts. Although she made her Broadway debut in "The Sisters Rosensweig" and performed in the off-Broadway "Talking Pictures", she debuted on the small screen in late 1994 in a guest shot on NBC's Law & Order (1990), then, in the following spring, landed her first TV-movie role in CBS' Friends at Last (1995) and finally became a TV series regular by fall 1995.

Best known for her amazing performance in CBS' supernatural drama American Gothic (1995) as the benevolent spiritual guide to her young brother, she was also a regular on the WB series Jack & Jill (1999) as "Elisa Cronkite", the former girlfriend of David "Jill" Jillefsky ( Ivan Sergei) as well as the main character in the TV series Leap of Faith sarah paulson, "Faith Wardwell", and as "Audrey" in the TV movie Metropolis (2000).

She was also part of the cast of Shaughnessy (1996), The Long Way Home (1998) (as "Leanne Bossert") and Path to War (2002) as Luci Baines Johnson, as well as making notable appearances in Touched by an Angel (1994) playing "Zoe" in Touched by an Angel: Manhunt (2001), 20 October 2001, and Cracker: Mind Over Murder (1997) playing "Nina" in Cracker: Mind Over Murder: True Romance: Part 1 (1997), 18 September 1997.

Sarah has now played in movies with such stars as Mel Gibson in the romantic comedy What Women Want (2000) (as "Annie", Gibson's secretary), Diane Keaton in the romantic drama The Other Sister (1999) (as sarah paulson Tate", Keaton's lesbian eldest daughter), Jamie Foxx in Held Up (1999) (as "Mary", a developmentally disabled young woman with sarah paulson unfaithful boyfriend) and David Hyde Pierce in the romantic comedy Down with Love (2003) (as "Vicky Hiller", Pierce's crush).

She also had two sarah paulson roles in the comedy Bug (2002) and the drama, Levitation (1997), where she starred as a pregnant teenager who searches for her biological mother, with the help of a guardian angel.
Film Edit Key Denotes films that have not yet been released Year Title Role Director Notes 1997 Levitation Acey Rawlin Scott D. Goldstein 1999 The Other Sister Heather Tate Garry Marshall Held Up Mary Steve Rash 2000 What Women Want Annie Nancy Meyers 2002 Bug Eilleen Phil Hay & Matt Manfredi 2003 Down with Love Vikki Hiller Peyton Reed 2005 Swimmers Merrill Doug Sadler Serenity Dr.

Caron Joss Whedon The Notorious Bettie Page Bunny Yeager Mary Harron 2006 Diggers Julie Katherine Dieckmann Griffin and Phoenix Peri Ed Stone 2008 The Spirit Ellen Dolan Frank Miller 2011 Martha Marcy May Marlene Lucy Sean Durkin New Year's Eve Grace Schwab Garry Marshall 2012 Mud Mary Lee Jeff Nichols Fairhaven Kate Tom O'Brien The Time Being Sarah Nenad Cicin-Sain Stars in Shorts Woman Various 2013 12 Years a Slave Mary Epps Steve McQueen 2015 Carol Abby Gerhard Todd Haynes The Runner Kate Haber Austin Stark 2016 Blue Jay Amanda Alex Lehmann 2017 Rebel in the Rye Dorothy Olding Danny Strong The Post Tony Bradlee Steven Spielberg 2018 Ocean's 8 Tammy Gary Ross Bird Box Jessica Hayes Susanne Bier 2019 Glass Ellie Staple M.

Night Shyamalan The Goldfinch Xandra John Crowley Abominable Dr. Zara (voice) Jill Culton 2020 Run Diane Sherman Aneesh Chaganty Television Edit Key Denotes series that has not yet aired Year Title Role Notes 1994 Law & Order Maggie Conner Episode: "Family Values" 1995 Friends at Last Diana Television film 1995–1996 American Gothic Merlyn Temple Main role 1996 Shaughnessy — Television film 1997 Cracker Janice 2 episodes 1998 The Long Way Home Leanne Bossert Television film Real Life Lucy Unsold television pilot 1999–2001 Jack & Jill Elisa Cronkite Main role 2000 Metropolis Audrey Unsold television pilot 2001 Touched by an Angel Zoe Episode: "Manhunt" 2002 Leap of Faith Faith Wardwell Main role Path to War Luci Baines Johnson Television film 2004 The D.A.

Lisa Patterson 2 episodes Nip/Tuck Agatha Ripp Episode: "Agatha Ripp" 2005 Deadwood Miss Isringhausen Recurring role (season 2) 2006 A Christmas Wedding Emily Television film 2006–2007 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip Harriet Hayes Main role 2007, 2011 Desperate Housewives Lydia Lindquist 2 episodes 2008 Pretty/Handsome Corky Fromme Unsold television pilot 2009 Cupid Claire McCrae Main role 2010 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Anne Gillette Episode: "Shadow" Grey's Anatomy Young Ellis Grey Episode: "The Time Warp" November Christmas Beth Marks Television film 2011 Untitled Kari Lizer project Mary Leahy Unsold television pilot American Horror Story: Murder House Billie Dean Howard 3 episodes 2012 Game Change Nicolle Wallace Television film Blue Lavinia 2 episodes 2012–2013 American Horror Story: Asylum Lana Winters Main role 2013–2014 American Horror Story: Coven Cordelia Goode Main role 2014–2015 American Horror Story: Freak Show Bette and Dot Tattler Main role 2015–2016 American Horror Story: Hotel Sally McKenna Main role Billie Dean Howard Episode: " Be Our Guest" 2016 The People v.

O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story Marcia Clark Main role American Horror Story: Roanoke Shelby Miller Main role Audrey Tindall Main role Lana Winters Episode: " Chapter 10" 2017 Feud: Bette sarah paulson Joan Geraldine Page Episode: "And the Sarah paulson Is.

(The Oscars of 1963)" 2017 American Horror Story: Cult Ally Mayfair-Richards Main role Susan Atkins Episode: " Charles (Manson) in Charge" 2018 American Horror Story: Apocalypse Wilhemina Venable Main role Cordelia Goode Main role Billie Dean Howard Episode: " Return to Murder House" 2019 Family Guy Herself (voice) Episode: "You Can't Handle the Booth" 2020 Mrs. America Alice Macray Main role Coastal Elites Clarissa Montgomery Television film 2020–present Ratched Mildred Ratched Main role; also executive producer 2021 American Horror Story: Double Feature Tuberculosis Karen Main role; also executive producer Mamie Eisenhower Main role; also executive producer Impeachment: American Crime Story Linda Tripp Main role; also executive producer Stage Edit Year Title Role Venue 1994 Talking Pictures Vesta Jackson Signature Theatre 1998–1999 Killer Joe Dottie Smith SoHo Playhouse 2005 Colder Than Here Harriet Bradley Music Box Theatre The Glass Menagerie Laura Wingfield Ethel Barrymore Theatre 2008 Crimes of the Heart Meg Magrath Laura Pels Theatre 2009 Still Life Carrie Ann Sarah paulson Lortel Theatre 2010 Collected Stories Lisa Morrison Samuel J.

Friedman Theatre 2013 Talley's Folly Sally Talley Laura Pels Theatre External links Edit • "Sarah Paulson – Filmography". AllMovie. AMN. AllMovie.com. Retrieved October 24, 2014. • "Sarah Paulson – Filmography". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved October 24, 2014. • "Sarah Paulson – Filmography". Rotten Tomatoes. Flixster. RottenTomatoes.com.

Retrieved October 24, 2014. • "Sarah Paulson – Filmography". Advameg. FilmReference.com. Retrieved October 24, 2014.
Certain Hollywood couplings just make sense, and Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor are one of those couplings.

There might be a significant age gap — 32 years, to be exact — between the two women, but the American Horror Story stalwart and bonafide screen legend sarah paulson clearly meant to be together.

The public is particularly interested in the unconventional pairing, either because they're both women or because of the age difference, or maybe even due to both factors. Thankfully, both stars couldn't care less. Speaking to Modern Luxury in May 2019, Paulson opined (via USA Today), "If someone wants to spend any time thinking I'm strange for loving the most spectacular person on the planet, then that's their problem.

I'm doing just fine." Considering their swoon-worth love story, it makes sense that neither of these esteemed actresses is paying much attention to any negative speculation from outsiders. They're happy and that's it. Although they've only been together a few years, Paulson and Taylor go way back.

As the Ratched star told the New York Times, they originally met back in 2005. Although Paulson was in a relationship at the time, she admitted to thinking Taylor was "probably the most exquisitely beautiful woman" she'd ever seen. They later reconnected on Twitter in 2015 after working together on a video campaign for a reproductive rights organization. ETconfirmed the two were officially a couple later that same year, but by that stage, Paulson and Taylor were all over each other's social media pages.

They subsequently, very proudly, walked the 2016 Critics Choice Awards red carpet together, as reported by ET. During an sarah paulson on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen in 2019, fellow guest Billy Eichner quipped, "Holland Taylor slid into your DMs?" to which Paulson simply replied in the affirmative. Although they keep their relationship mostly private, Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor have been drawn to discuss it many times over.

Speaking to The Edit, the AHS star argued (via E! News), "I'm with a much older person and people find that totally fascinating and odd, and, to me, it's the least interesting thing about me." Paulson further opined, "I am the captain of my own ship, and I've never looked to anyone else to validate that, or tell me it's OK." Paulson subsequently made it clear to Town & Countryin a 2018 interview, "I do not want to be defined by who I share my bed, my home, my soul with.

My choices in life have been unconventional, and that's my business." Speaking to Us Weeklyin 2020, Taylor doubled down, noting, "She's very brave and she is very truthful and she's going to live her truth. And so I basically am following her lead and I'm blessed." All things considered, love wins.

Sarah Paulson and Sandra Bullock being BFF GOALS *they’re hilarious*




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