American Horror Story triggers Noah Cyrus decision to return on screens

American Horror Story: the two-story season is pointing out just how complex the genre is, as it’s shaking things up in the same way the American Horror Stories anthology did. Singer-songwriter Noah Cyrus had a dream role as a singer in the Season 1 finale of FX’s show Stories, which has been her favorite show from its early days; she has always seen herself singing on that show. And Cyrus found the opportunity to visit Murder House so fulfilling that she now wants to pursue other acting jobs.

Despite being well-known, the young actor had started on television by starring in his father Billy Ray Cyrus’ medical drama Doc and his sister Miley Cyrus’ Disney comedy Hannah Montana, along with a variety of other parts, as a youngster. But now, at the age of 20, having already become a Grammy-nominated musician, Cyrus’ inclinations had her remaining uninterested in the film industry, as she explained to me in her interview for this article. She claims that after playing the part of Sharon in American Horror Stories, she began to acquire the skills that would bring her down the path she is currently following. As she explained:

Yeah, it definitely is super crazy. I was just thinking, I had never really had anything else like this in my entire life, because you’re right, I don’t act at all, or haven’t in a long time. And I think this has opened a lot of doors for me, and I think I’ve fallen in love with acting completely. But I think that’s also because I had such a fun experience filming this show. For me, working as somebody that struggles with body dysmorphia like I do, working on set of a show seemed intimidating to me. ‘What about the angles? What about this? What if I…?’ And that’s not something you can think about filming a TV show. They have their stuff they need to film, and they’re filming, and everybody is really quick, and everybody wants to get their shot. My acting coach was kind of preparing me for that before I worked on the show. She was like, ‘You’re not gonna have time to do this. It’s gonna be shoot the scenes, and once you get it, you’re done, you move on.’ And I felt like that was really good for me, to not be able to go and obsess over what a monitor looks like, or obsess over what take they’re gonna choose. Because again, like everything, it was out of your control, and it was good for me, and it was healthy for me.

Noah Cyrus

Wouldn’t it be great if every job was as pleasant and eye-opening as that one? That’d be a whole new planet. Even if American Horror Story hopefully will remain on the air. She feels more confident in her skills after the apprenticeship and really values what she learned now that she’s in the middle of her career.

I really appreciated that aspect of being on the set and being able to work on that for myself as a person. But, I mean, I haven’t done anything acting-wise since I was like a child. So it was cool that this was my first time being on screen as me and who I am now, you know, after the world’s heard all of my music that I care about so much. Everybody calls it a debut, but I feel like that’s so extra. To be able to do that, and it be a part of the AHS franchise was incredible for me, being such a fan.

Noah Cyrus

The fact that the whole empowering thing she did on a different TV program was in her favorite franchise is like the cherry, caramel, sprinkles, and hot fudge on top of the sundae. Even a boring part can be more enjoyable to work on if you’re having a good time. From the way Adam Hagenbuch described filming as Cyrus, opposite Adam Hagenbuch, it seemed like he and the cast had a ball with American Horror Story. Being the major American Horror Story fan that she is, you can see why she landed the role. Cyrus’s first horror movie was going to be the culmination of ten years of preparation!

As you’ll see, Noah Cyrus describes her transformation from being disinterested in acting to wanting the role so much after getting the part on American Horror Story. Cyrus quipped, “stay with horror.”

I like the horror, too. You know, when I first started writing music and thinking about becoming an artist, I would get asked all the time, like, ‘What about acting? Are you going to start acting?’ And everybody would push me to do acting. And I was like, ‘Oh, I don’t know, it kind of scares me. I don’t know. But if it was American Horror Story, or something like American Horror Story, then I’ll do it.’ That’s what I’ve always said. So I really kept my promise; I held out, held out, held out. I kept my faith, kept my faith, kept my faith. And the opportunity to read for Connie and audition came my way, and I took it. And for days after I was like, ‘Oh, I’m probably not going to get the part. I’m probably not going to get the part.’ Then I went out to lunch with my manager, and he told me that I had gotten the part, and I honestly cried right there in the middle of the restaurant. I’m a huge crier. So yeah, it’s really just been a super surreal moment.

Noah Cyrus

Even though Noah Cyrus had been alone in her pursuit of the terrifying monsters on American Horror Story, it is understandable that she wasn’t too broken up about celebrating her accomplishment since she had spent so much time clowning about with Twisty and the other monsters on the show. She has gone to friends, relatives, and celebrities, telling them how she feels about the announcement. She touched on it below, but she reflected on her career, admitting that her fans had motivated her even before she entered the industry.

I’ve followed and been a fan of the show for so long. And also like, since I was 13, 14, 15 – since we’ve had Instagram – I’ve followed so many fan accounts of the show and have become friends with so many of [the actors] through social media. Just always commenting on each other’s stuff and sending love to each other, and talking to them after being in the show. Getting messages of like, ‘Oh my God, I remember when we were we were DMing about Asylum or the Coven season finale. Like, I can’t believe I’m now…’ It was just such full-circle moments for me, and for all of us. It was so cool to be able to experience that. . . . Everybody that knows me or has followed me or supported me and my music, and as a fan of me and my family, everybody who’s really close to me knows how much I adore this show. And I’ve had friends text me that I’ve known since I was a kid, like, ‘Oh my God, I remember when you would not shut up about this show.’ I was completely all in it, and it really did inspire me, and it still does. My music and a lot of the things that I’m into, I think that all really has been inspired from the show.

Noah Cyrus

While Noah Cyrus seemed to be in no hurry to follow up on the success of her recent American Horror Story appearances with a role in American Horror Story: Double Feature, my instinct is to trust that she’s better served taking her time and picking roles that aren’t at all competitive with her prior work. Fans will have to see for themselves since they will be waiting for news on Cyrus’ future acting opportunities because the latter information will likely be forthcoming in short order. (Am I right, Dylan?)

The double-length premiere of American Horror Story: Double Feature will air on FX on Wednesday, August 25 (to coincide with its 10:00 p.m. ET starting time), featuring two episodes at a time. Do not forget to keep up with all the other upcoming concerts in the 2021 fall season!

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