Fuse is celebrating Pride Month by looking at a variety of rising forces who are creating Future LGBTQ History before our eyes.

While Sarah Paulson is now near a stranger to Hollywood, the way actress tackles her roles is what makes her so damn brilliant.

Paulson didn’t waste any time jumping into her first role post-high school on Law & Order.

Paulson later went on to star in AHS roles that gave rise to a strong fan base and some of the most memorable characters of the series: Asylum as Lana Winters, Coven as Cordelia Foxx, Freak Show as Bette and Dot Tattler, Hotel as Sally McKenna and Roanoke as Shelby Miller/Audrey Tindall.

Of course Paulson is confirmed to star in the upcoming Season 7 of AHS, which will be election-themed.

Paulson finally won her first Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie last year after being frustratingly nominated five times prior without taking home the award.

From her impeccable talent to her wise selection of roles that challenge her boundaries as an actress, and the witty openness she has when it comes to relationships, it’s already clear that Sarah Paulson secured her place in the future history of LGBTQ pride month.

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