The two-time Oscar-winning actress, known for such films as "Cape Fear" and "Big Fish," has recently solidified herself in the TV genre since joining forces with
She earned acclaim and awards recognition with her first-season stint as meddling neighbor Constance Langdon. Last season, she upped the fear factor with her portrayal of Sister Jude Martin, the stern head nun — with a sinister past — running a mental institution. It's an intense role in which her character endorses castration, electro-shock therapy and backside paddle lashings — and yet one that compassion can also be found in, surprisingly. It was all enough to earn her yet another Emmy nomination — can she win again?
We'll talk to Lange about being Murphy's golden girl, the challenges of playing for chills, and what we can expect in the upcoming witch-focused third season, in which she'll return.
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