13 Actors Who Must Guest Star on American Horror Story This Season
With a new clown-filled season of American Horror Story kicking off Tuesday, we've got our eyes peeled for the high-caliber guest stars the series is notorious for spotlighting.
Will we get Angela Bassett playing a voodoo queen again? Or maybe Lady Gaga reprising her role as the witch of the woods? Only time will tell, but if show creator Ryan Murphy is listening, we've got a few suggestions of who we're hoping to see screaming on our screens.
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Scroll through some of our favorite stars who we think could make it out of American Horror Story in one piece (or die trying).
Anyone who watches the show will remember Vera's younger sis Taissa Farmiga quite well from the series. Can we expect an on-screen sister reunion sometime soon? We sure hope so.
We think he should swing by whenever he has time (i.e. when he's not busy advising dragon ladies or preparing for winter).
The actress has already worked with show creator Ryan Murphy before on Glee, so a crossover wouldn't be out of left field.
The talented star has proven again and again that she can do horror and do it well. Plus, after being exorcised on Penny Dreadful, we'd say she's well prepped for AHS horrors.
As the Evil Queen on Once Upon a Time, Parrilla has shown that she knows how to play complex (and sometimes outright scary) characters.
Ricci was practically born to play a role in this show. How could Murphy say no to Wednesday Addams herself?
Gealey is a total star on Empire, and we think her strong on-screen prowess would add a lot to the American Horror Story world.
Alaska is a drag queen who is (quite literally) an all star, and she would be killer as a member of the AHS family. Time to make this happen, Ryan Murphy!
If AHS brings back a witchy season, what better way to enhance it than by casting an original member of The Craft?
Michael C Hall
Now that his days playing a serial killer on Dexter are over, maybe Hall can bring some of that dark horror to another TV show.
Brown has a vibrant career history of playing villains and authority figures with deep voices, so of course we think a cameo from him would be amazing.
Jamie Lee Curtis
After working with American Horror Story stars and Ryan Murphy on Scream Queens, Curtis seems well-equipped to make the leap to AHS. Her co-star Billie Lourd is doing it this season, so why not Curtis next?
Is an explanation even necessary here? Davis would kill it (maybe literally) on screen.