They say two heads are better than one, and for actress Sarah Paulson, that can result in an Emmy nomination.
In the fourth installment of "American Horror Story," titled "Freak Show," Paulson demonstrated her about-face abilities in more ways than one. She pulled double duty as conjoined twins and circus performers Bette and Dot Tattler.
Her portrayal of the troubled sisters who eventually found happiness was well received, earning her an Emmy nomination for supporting actress in a limited series or movie. The nod now officially makes her a four-time nominee, with her past roles in the "American Horror Story" franchise comprising three of her nominations and HBO's "Game Change" the fourth.
Paulson will drop by the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday at 2 p.m. PDT to discuss her intense (and we'd imagine exhausting) turn in the show's fourth cycle and what tidbits we can gather about what's ahead as she settles into production on "American Horror Story: Hotel."
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