Peters portrayed cult leader Kai Anderson in Cult, along with other historical cult leaders when telling stories to his disciples. He portrays Mr. Gallant, an eccentric homosexual hairdresser and Jeff Pfister, a nuclear scientist in the eighth season, Apocalypse; he also briefly reprised his role as James March.
Evan Peters (born January 20, 1987) is of average build, has porcelain skin, naturally mid brown hair, thin, arched brows, and intense dark brown eyes. Evan Peters starred in several film. In 2004, he portrayed Russel in 'Sleepover. In 2008,he starred as Ross in Remarkable Power and Max Cooperman in Never Back Down. In 2010 he played Todd in the movie Kick-Ass. In 2013,he started alongside Emma Roberts in Adult World as Alex.
Evan Peters is mostly noted for playing Peter Maximoff/Quicksilver in X-Men: Days of Future Past and the new X-Men: Apocalypse. Across his career, Peters has guest-starred in many popular TV shows such as One Tree Hill as Jack Daniels, Criminal Minds as Charlie, The Office as Luke Cooper, and The Mentalist as Oliver McDaniel. Moreover, he can be considered a singer because he has recorded songs for Freak Show.
- Along with Sarah Paulson and Lily Rabe, Peters is one of the three cast members to be on eight seasons. His only absence was in 1984.
- Evan Peters has been a main cast member the longest on American Horror Story, starring in eight seasons.
- Evan Peters is the cast member who portrays the largest amount of characters so far, with a total of 16 characters.
- Evan Peters is one of the twenty-four cast members that portrayed the same character in different seasons. He portrayed James March in Hotel and Apocalypse. He also portrayed Tate Langdon in Murder House and Apocalypse.
- Evan Peters dated Alexandra Breckenridge, who portrayed young Moira O'Hara in Murder House and Kaylee in Coven.
- He was engaged to fellow American Horror Story co-star Emma Roberts.
- Rumored ex-girlfriend Pixie Geldof is the lead singer of a band called Violet.
- According to Peters, he got into acting because he wanted to meet the Olsen twins.
- Coincidentally, Charles Manson died five days after Cultʼs season finale, when Peters portrayed him for the last time.
- In both season one and season three, Evan Peters' character dies as well as his lover (Tate and Violet in season one, and Kyle and Zoe in season three) Kyle, however, was later resurrected by Zoe and Madison, and Zoe was resurrected by Cordelia Foxx.
- In season one and season five, Evan Peters' character is a ghost. In season six, Evan Peters portrays an actor that portrays a ghost.
- Jimmy Darling is the only character thus far played by Evan Peters that has survived the entire season without dying at some point. See the respective characters for further details on their deaths.
- Over the eight seasons, he portrayed four LGBT+ characters; the reenacted Edward Philippe Mott (Roanoke), Kai Anderson (Cult), Gallant and Jeff (Apocalypse).
- Evan Peters on the Nerdist podcast with host Chris Hardwick said that he wanted to direct and to do more comedy.
- As of 2018, Peters got three nominations for his work on American Horror Story.
- In 2012 he was nominated for the Satellite Awards in the category of "Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film" for the role of Kit Walker in Asylum.
- In 2016 he was nominated for the Fangoria Chainsaw Awards in the category of "Best Supporting Actor on Television" for the role of James March in Hotel.
- In 2017, he was nominated for the Critics Choice Awards in the category of "Best Actor in a TV Movie/Limited Series" for the role of Kai Anderson in Cult.
- Speaking at WonderCon in April 2019, Peters said he’s going to “sit a season out,” confirming that he won’t be involved with AHS: 1984. He has appeared in all eight previous seasons, from Murder House to Apocalypse.
- FX Networks - American Horror Story: All Evan Peters Characters, Ranked by Evilness.
- ↑ In Cult, Evan Peters also briefly portrayed: Andy Warhol, Marshall Applewhite, David Koresh, Jim Jones, Jesus Christ and Charles Manson in on-screen representations of Kai Anderson's stories about infamous cult leaders that he told to his followers throughout the season.
- ↑ Nemetz, Dave (April 2 2019). American Horror Story: Evan Peters Says He Won't Appear in Season 9. TV Line.