American Horror Story Season 3 Cast Update: Coven Seeking Male Guest Stars For Female-Driven Witch Hunt
By Staff Writer | July 08, 2013 01:18 PM EDT
As "American Horror Story" gets ready to return for a terrifying season three called "Coven," the female-driven cast is now seeking some male counterparts for guest roles Dr. David Zhong and Theodore.
In the latest update for the FX horror series, season three will introduce new character Theodore, who will reportedly be in the premiere episode. Latinos Post reports that the character is 60-years-old and "often subject to nagging."
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Will Theodore entire the supposed coven of witches and succumb to their spells? Actress Sarah Paulson is certainly excited to show us what's in store for "American Horror Story" in season three.
"My relationship to Jessica Lange is going to be quite different this time. At the beginning of last season, no one knew that Lana would be the hero, so it's possible I could end up the evil one this year," says the 38-year-old actress.
"As of right now, there will be some of Lana Winters' qualities in my character, but I don't know for sure."
Another update to the cast comes in the form of Dr. David Zhong, described as a charming Asian doctor.
In a leaked audition tape for the role, actor Byron Mann (it is uncertain if the actor got the part) does a scene that addresses an "immature youth serum" which has detrimental side effects.
A storyline involving youth and of course, horrifying medical serums, sounds like the perfect vehicle for actress Taissa Farmiga to make her return after her absence from "American Horror Story: Asylum."
— Sarah Paulson (@MsSarahPaulson) June 18, 2013
So far, the confirmed cast for season three of "American Horror Story" include Paulson, Farmiga, Jessica Lange, Frances Conroy, Lily Rabe, Kathy Bates, Gabourey Sidibe, Angela Bassett, Patti LuPone, and Evan Peters.
"American Horror Story: Coven" is set to premiere this October on FX.
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