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Evan Peters books American Horror Story: Hotel

Published 24/04/2015

Evan Peters
Evan Peters

Evan Peters is returning to the American Horror Story series for the show’s forthcoming Hotel season.

The 28-year-old actor has taken on various roles in creator Ryan Murphy’s hit FX show since its inception in 2011.

And on Friday morning Ryan announced Evan will be returning to the programme for the forthcoming Hotel series of episodes.

“This season, Evan Peters will be waiting for you in Room 64. #AHSHOTEL,” the producer wrote on Twitter.

Evan is joining quite an impressive cast, as Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Matt Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson, Wes Bentley, Chloë Sevigny and Lady Gaga have all signed on to star in American Horror Story: Hotel.

Evan and Sarah are the only castmates to have stayed on for all five seasons of the show.

Evan has portrayed numerous characters in the programme over the years. In the initial Murder House season, he was a psychotic teenager named Tate Langdon, in season two Asylum he portrayed an accused serial killer, in Coven from 2013 to 2014 he took on more of a cursory role as a resurrected frat boy turned guardian of witches and in the most recent Freak Show season Evan played Jimmy Darling, a young man with syndactyly who dreams of leaving the carnival scene and having a normal life.

Pop star Lady Gaga will make her TV debut in American Horror Story: Hotel. She made the announcement in February on Twitter by sharing a black and white teaser video with fans.

“Make your reservation now. #GagaAHSHotel. American Horror Story, Season 5.Hotel. (sic)” she captioned the footage, which featured her face covered by a black embellished mask until the very end.

American Horror Story: Hotel premieres on FX this October.

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