Sarah Paulson

Sarah Paulson was born on 1974-12-17 at Tampa, Florida, USA. Her net worth is $7 Million. She is American born Actress. She has been seen in movies “Metropolis”, “What Women Want” (2000), "Martha Marcy May Marlene" (2011), “Leap of Faith”, "Game Change" (2012) “Serenity” (2005), “Mud” (2012) “Carol” (2015), "The Runner" (2015).

Facts of Sarah Paulson

Full NameSarah Paulson
Net Worth$7 Million
Date Of BirthDecember 17, 1974
Age45 years 8 months
Place Of BirthTampa, Florida, USA
Height5' 6" (1.68 m)
EducationHigh School of Performing Arts, American Academy of Dramatic Arts
PartnerCherry Jones (2004–09), Holland Taylor (2015-)
ParentsCatharine Gordon, Douglas Lyle Paulson
SiblingsRachel Paulson, Liz Paulson
AwardsCritics' Choice Television Awards for Best Supporting Actress in a Movie or Miniseries (2013,2015,2016), Fangoria Chainsaw Awards For Favorite Actress on TV (2015), Film Independent Spirit Awards (2013), Online Film & Television Association Awards, Satelite Award (2014), Television Critics Associati...
NominationsGolden Globe Award, six Primetime Emmy Award, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Acting Ensemble
Movies“Metropolis”, “What Women Want” (2000), "Martha Marcy May Marlene" (2011), “Leap of Faith”, "Game Change" (2012) “Serenity” (2005), “Mud” (2012) “Carol” (2015), "The Runner" (2015)
TV Shows"The Glass Menagerie" (2005), "Collected Stories" (2010), "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip", “American Gothic” (1995-1996), “Law & Order”, “Jack and Jill” (1999-2001), "Grey's Anatomy", “American Horror Story” (2011-2016)
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Quotes of Sarah Paulson

1If 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. What I can say absolutely is that I am in love, and that person happens to be Holland Taylor.
2[on '12 Years a Slave'] What surprises me, I guess, is how powerful it is. Because I read the script, I knew about all the moments that were there - the scene where he is hanging, and all that whipping, all of these things that I could read on the page. But what I think is so great and powerful about the movie is that when you put a real image to it, connect it to a person that you have connected with as the audience, it becomes personal. It takes it to a whole other level of comprehension. That's why I think it is so effective.
3[on developing the role of Mary Epps] I was never afraid of the question of whether she could be liked, because I feel - as an actress - it's none of my business whether you like me or not. It's my job to play this character as authentically and truthfully and with as much commitment as possible - no matter how horrible she is perceived and how deplorable her actions are - and they are. I had to find a way into that. She behaves deplorably and does terrible,terrible, unspeakable things but in her mind they are defensible..It s my belief that Mrs Epps is not a particularly deep or complicated woman.. I am not saying this as an excuse for her behavior or defending her behavior. I'm just saying from an acting standpoint, it's not interesting for me nor is it possible that a person just walks around doing such things horrible things without motivation.
4[on being directed by Steve McQueen] The main thing that we would talk about was a carriage, a posture, and [Mary Epp's] own sort of loftiness, her ideas about herself. He gave me an image which was very helpful - to be a figurine or doll on top of a cake..It was a very good note to give me, because then every time I walked out, the thing that was most important to me was that I had a kind of statuesque stillness. I was unfussy and immovable. Those little statues that you pick up and stick somewhere. They just stand. They never lean.
5I like to work and I like to work with great actors and great directors and great material - and there isn't a ton of it. It's not overflowing. My cup doesn't runneth over in opportunity that way. To me, this was the opportunity to act something that was so opposite of who I am as a person.. Someone quite famous whose name I won't mention told me, 'I can't believe you did that part. I couldn't have done that. She was too horrible. I could never have done it'. But it would never occur to me to not take a part because something would be hard or complicated or tough for an audience to watch.

Quick Facts of Sarah Paulson

1In a November 2015 radio interview with WNYC, Holland Taylor addressed the three-decade age difference between her and her girlfriend, Sarah Paulson, by joking, "there's a very big age difference between us which I'm sure shocks a lot of people, and it startles me. But as they say, 'If she dies, she dies.'" (Paulson is 32 years younger than Taylor.).
2Has been in a relationship with Holland Taylor since early 2015.
3Is great friends with Elizabeth Reaser.
4Is best friends with Amanda Peet.
5Is good friends with Jessica Lange.
6Her paternal great-grandfather was the son of Danish parents (the origin of her surname). Her other ancestry includes British/English, German, and French.
7Paternal half-sister of Rachel Paulson.
8Playing "Meg" in "Crimes of the Heart", directed by Kathleen Turner, with Roundabout Theater Company. [February 2008]
9Played the role "Laura" in Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" on Broadway. [March 2005]
10"Varya" in "The Cherry Orchard" in 2006 at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles with Annette Bening, Alfred Molina, 'Francis Fischer', Rebecca Mozo and Jennifer Dundas. [February 2006]
11Los Angeles, California [October 2001]
12playing "Lana Winters" in "American Horror Story" Madness Ends. [January 2013]
13Has two tattoos.
14In The Other Sister (1999) Sarah did an impersonation of Flipper. She used this same skill for a dolphin character in Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (2006).
15Appeared with Steven Weber in The D.A. (2004) and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (2006). She also appeared with Amanda Peet three different times: in Jack & Jill (1999), Griffin & Phoenix (2006), and now Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (2006).
16Sister of casting director Liz Paulson.
17Partnered with Broadway actress Cherry Jones.(2005 - 2009) They split amicably in 2009.
18Sarah and her Leap of Faith (2002) co-star Lisa Edelstein met on the set of the Mel Gibson comedy What Women Want (2000). It was just coincidence that they became cast mates again.

Trademarks of Sarah Paulson

1Has a lisp

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