BWW Profile: Sarah Paulson Emmy-Nominated Star of Stage and Screen
In anticipation of the live 66th Annual Emmy Award broadcast on NBC this Monday, BWW takes a look at the Emmy nominated TV performances of some big Broadway talent. Today, we look at the work of Sarah Paulson, nominated for her work as Cordelia Goode Foxx in AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN on F/X.
In addition to her nomination as Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie for this year, Paulson was nominated in the same category last year for season two of AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM, and in 2012 as Nicolle Wallace in the HBO film GAME CHANGE.
Paulson most recently appeared on the New York stage Off-Broadway in the Roundabout Theatre Company's revival of TALLEY'S FOLLY, co-starring DANNY BURSTEIN, in the spring of 2013. Additional Off-Broadway credits include STILL LIFE (2009), CRIMES OF THE HEART (2008), COLDER THAN HERE in 2005, Tracey Letts' KILLER JOE (1998) and TALKING PICTURES (1994).
The Broadway stage has seen Paulson as Lisa Morrison in the Manhattan Theatre Club production of COLLECTED STORIES (2010) and the 2005 revival of Tennessee Williams' THE GLASS MENAGERIE in which she starred as "The Daughter," with her American Horror Story co-star Jessica Lange as her mother.