Leslie Erin Grossman (born October 25, 1971) is an American actress who joined the cast of American Horror Story in 2017, portraying Meadow Wilton in the seventh installment of the series, subtitled "Cult", as well as Patricia Krenwinkel. She returned to the show in its eighth installment, "Apocalypse" as Coco St. Pierre Vanderbilt. She is billed as a series regular in the latter.

Leslie Grossman was cast as another main character in the ninth season, "1984", where she portrayed Margaret Booth. In February, Ryan Murphy confirmed her return for Season 10.


  • Leslie Grossman described Coco as "she's what the kids call "extra"."[2]
  • In 1999, she was cast in her first major role, playing supporting character Mary Cherry in Ryan Murphy's high school drama series Popular. She also appeared in Nip/Tuck and The New Normal, two TV series also created and produced by Ryan Murphy.
  • Excluding Matthew Morrison, she is the only main cast member not featured in every episode of 1984.







  1. Gennis, Sadie (2018-09-13). American Horror Story: Apocalypse's Leslie Grossman Tells Murder House and Coven Fans to "Be Patient". TV Retrieved on 2018-09-22.
  2. Leslie Grossman describes Coco on Twitter (@MissLeslieG) (2018-09-12).
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