American Horror Story has cast the sead for the upcoming season two. The show, which is shrouded in more secrecy than True Blood and Cabin in the Woods combined, announced today that they had cast French ingenue Lizzie Brochere in a leading role for season two. More after the break.
This will be Brochere's first American role, after success back home in some more "adult" roles. Brochere will play a character named Gia who, according to the casting breakdown, is a "fierce, ferocious, extremely sexual and dangerous wild-child sexpot; a nemesis for Jessica Lange; and likened to Angelina Jolie in Girl, Interrupted." However, sources with the production say that the role has been "changed considerably" based upon the casting choice.
Brochere will join first season actors Jessica Lange, Tate Evans, Sarah Paulson, Zach Quinto, and Lily Rabe - all of whom are coming back as new characters - in the new season, which will be set on the East Coast. Adam Levine (The Voice, lead singer of Maroon 5) has also been cast as one half of a couple known as "The Lovers."
Source: TV Line