Darren Criss
Only the Smiths could get closer as a family by traveling to Hell and befriending a genocidal space car.
Ryan Murphy's Netflix fantasy gives the series director and actor the opportunity to explore a diverse entertainment industry.
Emmy winner Criss will star in and executive-produce Murphy's "Hollywood."
He doesn't want to be "another straight boy taking a gay man’s role."
It seems that the Hollywood Foreign Press Association only made a half-hearted stab at inclusion in its TV nominations.
Another Asian actor and an Asian director were also recognized.
Even the stars of "Versace" aren't quite sure whether the last big scene of the series is meant to be real or fantasy.
The fact that Criss shared an ethnic background with Cunanan was serendipitous for the "American Crime Story" producers when casting the role.
The third installment of Ryan Murphy's FX anthology series "American Crime Story" will begin production in March.
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