Heroes star Zachary Quinto will reportedly return to the FX series American Horror Story next season – but as a completely different character. Quinto appeared briefly last season as one of the past owners of the cursed – and very haunted – house at the center of the hit series. While little is known about his new character, Deadline.com reports that he will play the nemesis of fellow returning cast member Jessica Lange (who is also playing a different character). Fans of Quinto and/or his Heroes alter ego, Sylar, can reconnect with the actor without waiting for the return of American Horror Story – VIP Fan Auctions is currently offering a designer John Varvatos shirt as well as a Martin & Osa shirt worn on-screen by the Quinto in separate Heroes episodes. Click here for a listing of all the current Heroes auctions – and place your bid today!
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Popular entertainment news website TheWrap, released its list of the five most fascinating characters on television in 2011. Not surprisingly, Friday Night Lights’ Tami Taylor (played by Connie Britton) ranked third on the list. “The delicate push-pull between Tami and Eric Taylor was always the heart of NBC and DirecTV’s beautiful “Friday Night Lights,” which concluded this year,” said TheWrap. “It came to a head during a tense family dinner in the final episode, as Coach Taylor tried to explain to their daughter why she was too young to marry. As he firmly explained that marriage is about compromise, Tami (Connie Britton) had to leave: The speech belied her husband’s refusal to move for the sake of her career.” Britton currently stars in FX’s American Horror Story, but fans can still hold on to a piece of the actress’ brilliant run as the coach’s wife. Several pieces of her screen-worn jewelry and wardrobe items, including a shirt and skirt outfit worn in the third-season episode “Keeping up Appearances” (pictured above), a sleeveless top worn in the second-season premiere “Last Days of Summer,” a V-neck sweater worn in Season 2’s “Jumping the Gun,” and a scoop-neck sweater worn in the first season’s “Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes.” Check out these and other Friday Night Lights props and wardrobe auctions – while they last – at VIP Fan Auctions.
Friday Night Lights star Connie Britton is a new mom. The actress recently adopted a 9-month-old baby boy named Eyob from Ethiopia. According to People.com, the adoption process has taken three years. “I am thanking my lucky stars every day,” Britton told People. The actress traveled to the African country, where she held her new son for the first time before bringing him home. “It was such a wonderful moment of completion,” she says. “I thought I was going to collapse into a puddle of tears. I was just grinning from ear to ear.” If you’re a fan of Connie Britton, who currently stars in FX’s American Horror Story, check out the Friday Night Lights auction page at VIP Fan Auctions. Among the props and wardrobe items currently available is a Banana Republic dress Britton wore on-screen during the first season of FNL. Place your bid today!
When American Horror Story – the new series by Glee executive producers Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk – debuts Oct. 5 on FX, the spooky series will feature a number of familiar faces – and herald the television return of Heroes’ baddie Zachary Quinto (who played Sylar, pictured above). The Hollywood Reporter says Quinto will play the recurring role of Chad, a former owner of the haunted mansion now owned by Dylan McDermott (The Practice) and Connie Britton (Friday Night Lights). Writer Tim Minear (The X-Files, Angel, Firefly, Dollhouse and numerous other series with major cool cred) has also joined the series. Quinto’s character will debut in the first of a two-part Halloween episode. Fans of Quinto (or FNL’s Connie Britton, for that matter) should check out the screen-worn wardrobe items (including a full outfit from season three – complete with Hail to the Chief apron) available now at VIP Fan Auctions (as well as other Heroes cast members).
Friday Night Lights star Connie Britton has been tapped to star in American Horror Story, a series for FX by Glee creators Ryan Murphy (who also created Nip/Tuck) and Brad Falchuk. Filming of the pilot episode will begin in April (after the current season of Glee has wrapped). Though details on the show are scarce, Murphy says it is a story he and Falchuk have been discussing for a long time. “[FX President] John Landgraf and I have maintained a wonderful relationship since Nip/Tuck ended its run and he gave me an open invitation to develop a new show for the network,” Murphy says. “FX is the perfect place for this series and we look forward to a great homecoming.”