Angelica Ross, renowned for her performances in "Pose" and "American Horror Story," recently shared a revealing encounter involving Ryan Murphy and the acclaimed series, "American Horror Story."
Ross pitched the idea of a season with four Black women as the main cast, which Murphy initially accepted. However, he later went silent, failing to respond to any follow-up communications about the project.
After not hearing back. After sending flowers and no response I sent one last email in Feb 2022 (it took about a year to film season 10 due to COVID) while still contractually in first position with the show. Mind you, marvel had called twice now. I haven’t heard from him… pic.twitter.com/s7HfeABd8j— A N G E L I C A (@angelicaross) September 18, 2023
Angelica Ross achieved a historic milestone by becoming the first transgender actress to have recurring roles in two series: FX's "American Horror Story: 1984" and "Pose."
In "Pose," she played Candy Ferocity, a ballroom performer who established her own house but still faced financial challenges.
Ross's revelation has raised eyebrows among fans and cast a shadow on the much-anticipated Season 12 of the series, titled "American Horror Story: Delicate."
The upcoming season also introduces Kim Kardashian, marking her acting debut.