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© 2021 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation and FX Productions, LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Star of American Crime Story: Education (Canal +), Sarah Paulson confides on his metamorphosis that made Polemic
in American Crime Story: Education, Sarah Paulson embodies official Linda Tripp, who revealed the connection of Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton. A role for which she had to metamorphose and earned her critics.
The actors who undertake to play in the American Crime Story series, from Ryan Murphy, generally know what awaits them. In many cases, it is a physical transformation to look like those they embody, as in the first season, centered on the case O.J. Simpson , and the second on the assassination of Gianni Versace . For its third salvo, currently broadcast on Canal +, The Creator has chosen to be interested in the connection of Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton, who made scandal in the 1990s . After incarnate the Attorney Marcia Clark in Season 1, the actress Sarah Paulson this time lends his features to Linda Tripp. This successful official is the one who revealed the adultery of the president in broad daylight by issuing the evidence, more than 20 hours of secret recordings of his conversations on the phone with Monica Lewinsky, the former trainee of which she s was close to the Pentagon.
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How Sarah Paulson has metamorphosed to embody Linda Tripp in American Crime Story: Education
against Beanie Feldstein , Monica Lewinsky's performer in the series; Sarah Paulson has physically metamorphosed for the role. "First of all, I had to gain weight and use magnifying costumes" , entrusted the actress, become one of the muses of Ryan Murphy over the years. To embody Linda Tripp, Sarah Paulson spent three hours with makeup at each filming, has worn prostheses for teeth and nose, as well as a wig. She also changed her voice, took 15 kilos and carried a magnifying costume. But she also performed a huge work of preparation. "I spent almost two years working on this character and more than eight months to research this case." After filming, Sarah Paulson, who was also the heroin of the Ratched series on Netflix, had struggling to get out of the role, preserving the replica of a ring of Linda Tripp. Sarah Paulson reacts to the controversy about his magic costume
The actress, however, faced a controversy: many Internet users have regretted on social networks that production did not appeal to an actress with the physical Role, rather than using a magnifying costume. A polemic to which Sarah Paulson reacted.
"There are a lot of controversy around actors who use fat costumes, and I think this controversy is legitimate. I believe that grossophyobia is real and that pretend the opposite cause more harm ", we have -The confided.
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Sarah Paulson Was ‘Hurt’ By Criticism Of ‘American Crime Story’ Role .
Sarah Paulson is responding honestly to criticism of her career choices. The “American Horror Story” actress spoke at The Wrap‘s 2021 Power Summit in a spotlight conversation with founder and editor-in-chief Sharon Waxman about women in acting. Paulson has chosen many controversial roles over the course of her career, including a lot of “unsafe” roles.The "American Horror Story" actress spoke at The Wrap's 2021 Power Summit in a spotlight conversation with founder and editor-in-chief Sharon Waxman about women in acting.