Sarah Paulson kissed Amanda Peet on the Golden Globes 2017 Red Carpet

Sarah Paulson and Amanda Peet kissed on the red carpet at the Golden Globes in Beverly Hills on Sunday as photographers captured the sweet moment. In that night Sarah Paulson won the Best Actress award for her role as Marcia Clark in American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson.

Sarah Paulson’s first girlfriend was Cherry Jones, who is also an actress, who kissed in public precisely in 2005 when Jones won the Tony Award. Since then she has been one of the few actresses to speak publicly of their homosexual love relationships, as well as acting in a lesbian parties, including in the film Carol with Cate Blanchett. She is currently engaged to Holland Taylor.

Active in film, television and theater, Paulson is known for her roles in Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip (2006-07) and Game Change (2012), for which she received two Golden Globe nominations and an Emmy Awards. Since 2011 plays multiple characters in each of the seasons of the hit anthology series American Horror Story, for which she won two Critics’ Choice Television Award and received four Emmy nominations. In 2016, she starred as Marcia Clark in the anthology series American Crime Story, for which she won her first Emmy Award, the third Critics’ Choice Award for Best Actress in a TV mini-series and, in 2017, the Golden Globe as Outstanding Lead actress in a miniseries or TV movie.

She began acting on stage, and in 1990 she made her debut with the TV series American Gothic (1995-96), and Jack & Jill (1999-2001). Later she appeared in the films What Women Want (2000) and Down with Love (2003), and has had dramatic roles in Path to War (2002) and The Notorious Bettie Page (2005). From 2006 to 2007, Paulson has played the role of Harriet Hayes in the drama series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, for which she received a Golden Globe nomination.

She also starred in a series of films for the independent television and film, and has had a leading role in the comedy series Cupid in 2009. She then starred in the independent film Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011), and received a nomination for Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for best supporting actress in a series of Nicolle Wallace for her performance in the film Game Change (2012). In 2013 she played the character of Mary Epps in 12 Years a Slave.