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'American Horror Story' Casts Potential Nemesis for Jessica Lange's Character

April 12, 2012 (9:06 am) GMT
French actress Lizzie Brochere will join season 2 of the Ryan Murphy-created horror series as a regular, playing a revamped version of a character likened to Angelina Jolie's in 'Girl, Interrupted'.
'American Horror Story' Casts Potential Nemesis for Jessica Lange's Character

The cast line-up of "" season 2 continues expanding with Lizzie Brochere being tapped as a series regular. According to TVLine which first reported the news before it's confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter, the French beauty will tackle a pivotal role which is a nemesis for 's character.

Brochere, who is known for her role as Lucie in controversial film "Chacun sa nuit", is believed to portray Gia, who was previously described as "a fierce, ferocious, extremely sexual and dangerous wild-child sexpot who harbors a secret". The character bears resemblances to 's alter ego in "Girl, Interrupted".

However, when she appears on screen, Brochere is reported to play a revamped version of the role. "The part been changed considerably," a source said without revealing details of the revamped version.

Brochere joins Lange, , , and who were previously confirmed to return to the second season of "AHS" as new characters. Additionally, is set to play half of a couple called "The Lovers".

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