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 I had been living in Paris, and it was the early ’70s, and I was studying with this old master mime teacher, Etienne Decroux. I had come to that through this experimental modern-dance theater, underground stuff in New York in the ’60s, working with a woman named Ellie Klein. And then, at a certain point, I thought, “Mime … I love it, it’s beautiful, this man is a genius, he’s a great teacher, but I don’t know if this is something that I can do …” So it was a natural next step to try acting. I had to come back to the States at one point, and while I was here, I thought, “Well, I’m in New York. Let me see about taking an acting class.” So I took a scene-study class with Herbert Berghof. I had never done acting before, and it was like, all of a sudden, something just opened up. It was, “Oh, this is it. This is what I’m suited for.” I like the movement of it, the words, the language, the emotion. So it was really that more than anything, but I didn’t get into it with the idea of having a career. I don’t know how to explain that because now everybody’s so career-oriented, but coming out of the ’60s and then living in Paris in the ’70s, when it was still the last gasp of bohemia, I just never thought in terms of career or profession. - Jessica Lange

 I had been living in Paris, and it was the early ’70s, and I was studying with this old master mime teacher, Etienne Decroux. I had come to that through this experimental modern-dance theater, underground stuff in New York in the ’60s, working with a woman named Ellie Klein. And then, at a certain point, I thought, “Mime … I love it, it’s beautiful, this man is a genius, he’s a great teacher, but I don’t know if this is something that I can do …” So it was a natural next step to try acting. I had to come back to the States at one point, and while I was here, I thought, “Well, I’m in New York. Let me see about taking an acting class.” So I took a scene-study class with Herbert Berghof. I had never done acting before, and it was like, all of a sudden, something just opened up. It was, “Oh, this is it. This is what I’m suited for.” I like the movement of it, the words, the language, the emotion. So it was really that more than anything, but I didn’t get into it with the idea of having a career. I don’t know how to explain that because now everybody’s so career-oriented, but coming out of the ’60s and then living in Paris in the ’70s, when it was still the last gasp of bohemia, I just never thought in terms of career or profession. - Jessica Lange

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Jenna Coleman on set March 18th.

Jenna Coleman on set March 18th.

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Sarah Paulson & Frances Conroy | 2012 PaleyFest “American Horror Story”

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Scariest thing you’ve seen on TV or Film.

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"As if men had a monopoly on murder."

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