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Sarah Paulson

AMERICAN HORROR STORY’S SARAH PAULSON IS A HARD- WORKING ACTRESS WHOSE STAR IS ON THE RISE, DISCOVERS LOUISE CAROLIN

DARK STAR

She’s called herself “a dark girl” and, if you recognise this month’s cover star from her spellbinding performances in FX anthology series American Horror Story, you’ll have no trouble believing that. But Sarah Paulson has a bright side that is quickly revealed by a sweep of the internet. Wit, good humour and honesty are doubtless fine tools to have to hand when you’re one of the few Hollywood actresses who speak publicly of their relationships with women.

Not that Paulson’s keen to label herself. “It’s a fluid situation for me,” she told Show People host Paul Wontorek on Broadway.com in 2013. “What my future holds I do not know. I very well may end up with a woman. I very well may not. I may end up with a sheep.”

Wontorek mugs to the camera: “Stay tuned!”

“Stay tuned,” echoes Paulson, drily. (No spoilers regarding the sheep. Keep reading.)

Paulson came out “accidentally” in 2005, a year into her relationship with actress Cherry Jones (Transparent, 24), who had just received her fourth Tony award. Overcome with excitement, Paulson kissed Jones in front of the cameras.

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Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story, Carol, 12 Years A Slave) talks with refreshing openness about her work, her relationships and inadvertently coming out in our in depth interview with her. Also in this issue: BFI Flare - Our pick of this years festival. Kaitlyn Alexander. Will "the lesbian Netflix" change the face of lez and bi culture? Transgender parenting. Interactive artist and activist Maya Choudhury. What is life like for those who are queer and autistic? LGBT history in museums. DIVA's history quiz. Jacky Fleming. Why has bi-activist Charlotte Dingle befriended her school bully? Meet the couple behind lesbian card company, Slamsister designs. Travel with us to Spanish lesbian resort, Bambu or find romance in New York. Plus all the very best in life, scene, books, film, music and TV.
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