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Yet it was filming a seemingly mundane sequence for the first episode of American Horror Story: Freak Show, as the new season is titled, that caused Paulson to melt down, worried she might not be up to the task of playing Bette and Dot, conjoined twins who are recruited to help revive an embattled freak show in 1950s Florida. While eating a roll of bread (as Bette), Paulson had to simultaneously write in her diary (as Dot), a disorienting feat of mind-body multitasking.
“They have two heads and two brains in one body, but, of course, I only have one of each,” explains the actress, 39, over a boozy dinner in New Orleans, where the show is currently shooting.
This is a list of deities and legendary figures found in the Etruscan mythology.
The names below were taken mainly from Etruscan "picture bilinguals", which are Etruscan call-outs on art depicting mythological scenes or motifs. Variants of the names are given, reflecting differences in language in different localities and times.
“You know you’ve had a good night,” she notes wryly, “when you wake up with the word MINE mysteriously stamped on your hand.” Her dating situation is also fair game.
“Guys don’t ask me out because they think I like women,” says Paulson, whose last relationship was with the actress Cherry Jones.
Etruscan nymph believed to have power over lightnings; she was also said to have composed a tract known as Ars Fulguritarum ("Art of the Thunderstruck"), which was included in the Roman pagan canon, along with the Sibylline Books.
His image appears more often than any other on Etruscan carved hardstones.
“Which was nice, but I was just so scared.” She pauses, then adds, “I am so scared.” A little fear is a good thing.
Over two decades as an actress, Paulson has proved herself to be an eager risk taker, able to inhabit characters as diverse as a devout-Christian comedian (on NBC’s Aaron Sorkin-created Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip) and the vindictive wife of a plantation owner (in the Oscar-winning 12 Years a Slave).
“So I was doing my part as Bette”—here Paulson begins buttering a roll with her left hand—“but as Dot I’m writing with my dominant side” — she pantomimes the movement with the fork in her right — “and my voice kept wanting to come out as Dot. Before I knew it, I was crying on set.” Ryan Murphy, the show’s co-creator, stopped shooting to take Paulson for a reassuring walk.
“He was like, ‘Lady, you’re doing something that no one has ever done before,’” Paulson says.
Divinity named on the periphery of the Piacenza Liver as dominant in that section.