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Buckets of Body Parts". Elias Cunningham, a professor who becomes entranced with the paranormal happenings of the area; Dylan Wes Bentley as Ambrose White, Tomasyn's son and accomplice.
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Retrieved March 18, Peters' breakthrough role was playing the teenage sociopathic murderer Tate Langdon in the first season of the FX anthology series American Horror Story. Retrieved August 4, As part of the promotion for the series, FX launched a "House Call" campaign, in which viewers at home could sign up and come face-to-face with a character from the series.
You're all I have! Retrieved April 21, Retrieved June 17, The pilot episode of American Horror Story was watched by 3. On Halloween, Tate invites Violet out on a date, but is unable to perform sexually when the moment arises. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
AHS: Murder House 1x11 - Violet says goodbye to Tate (Tate crying) (HD)
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She tells Tate that she never wants to see him again, and he screams after her, "I thought you weren't afraid of anything!
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Although it's still unknown whether or not Tate can remember the school shooting that lead to his death, he remembers how he died, and added the murders of Chad and Patrick plus raping Violet's mother, Vivien, Violet recently closed Tate out of her "life" for the meantime by means of closing her eyes and shouting, "Go away! American Horror Story s American horror television series s American drama television series American television series debuts American anthology television series American horror fiction television series American LGBT-related television shows American supernatural television series English-language television programs FX network shows Nonlinear narrative television series Serial drama television series Television series by 20th Century Fox Television Television series created by Ryan Murphy writer Television shows filmed in Los Angeles Television series created by Brad Falchuk Television shows filmed in Louisiana Television shows filmed in Santa Clarita, California.