Every Season Of American Horror Story Evan Peters' Tate Has Appeared In
Evan Peters played Tate Langdon on the first season of American Horror Story, and here's every series the character has appeared in thus far.
Here's every season of American Horror Story that Evan Peters' Tate Langdon has appeared in. While Ryan Murphy has many hit shows to his name like Glee or Nip/Tuck, he's really built up his anthology American Horror Story as a brand over the last decade. The original season - which was later dubbed Murder House - following a troubled family moving into a haunted house, and set up the show's formula of shock twists and lots of gore served with style.
The anthology format has allowed it to switch up genres constantly, with season 9's 1984, for instance, being a loving homage to retro slasher movies like Sleepaway Camp. American Horror Story has also given actors like Jessica Lange, Emma Roberts or Evans Peters the chance to play many different kinds of roles. Murphy has launched a couple of spinoffs of the series too, with American Crime Story exploring real-life crime stories, with season 3's Impeachment dealing with the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky scandal.
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2021 also saw the arrival of American Horror Stories, which instead of focusing on one storyline for a whole season, features a new plot for (nearly) every episode. It is somewhat fitting the first two episodes - titled "Rubber(wo)Man" Parts One and Two - revisit the setting of the show's very first season. American Horror Story's "Murder House" was home to the ghost of Evan Peters' Tate, a teenager who was killed by police after committing a mass shooting at his school. He would also be responsible for many vile acts even as a spirit, including committing murders while dressed in a rubber suit and sexually assaulting Connie Britton's Vivien.
Murder House wasn't the only series to feature Tate, however. American Horror Story season 8 Apocalypse featured Michael, the offspring of Tate and Vivian, who acted as the main villain in a world devastated by nuclear strikes. This series also featured a crossover with both season 3's Coven and season 1's Murder House, which catches up with the ghosts still trapped in the titular house, including Tate, who is trying to reconcile with lost love and fellow ghost Violet (Taissa Farmiga). This season also somewhat redeemed his actions, revealing the Devil himself used Tate as a conduit to lead to Michael's creation.
American Horror Story: Apocalypse gave Tate and Violet a happy ending - until that timeline was later erased. That was the last time, to date, Evan Peters played Tate, but it wasn't the character's final appearance. Eagle-eyed fans spotted Tate in his signature striped green jumper out of focus in the background of one scene during "Rubber(wo)Man Part One." This features a teenager named Scarlett finding Tate's rubber man outfit and trying it on, leading to a moment early in the episode where he watches her from a bedroom door, confirming he's still trapped in the house.
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American Horror Story: Why Tate's Season 1 Story Is Too Controversial Now
American Horror Story: Murder House depicted Tate Langdon as a redeemable school shooter. Here's why that storyline is too controversial today.
Tate Langdon may have been American Horror Story's first antihero, but his story is far too controversial now. It's been nearly 10 years since American Horror Story: Murder House aired and a lot has changed in society since then. AHS tends to push the envelope with its subject matter, but Tate's storyline is simply something that would not be acceptable today and upon looking back, it's clear to see why.
Murder House follows Ben, Vivien, and Violet Harmon as they move into a new home for a fresh start. Little do they know, that home is filled to the brim with vengeful spirits. One of those ghosts is Tate Langdon (Evan Peters), the angsty teen who lived next door during his previous life. After she meets Tate, Violet falls for him and the two begin a romantic relationship.
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Tate and Violet's love story is meant to be a beautifully tragic one. Both teens are deeply misunderstood. However, the show eventually reveals that Tate's emotional exterior runs deeper than just typical teen angst. When he was alive, he brought a gun to school and opened fire on his classmates, killing some in the process. But Violet loves him anyway. As the season progresses, Violet learns more about Tate's background. She eventually tells him she loves him, but can't forgive him for things in his past. Murder House then attempts to make Tate a sweet, romantic figure when he tells Violet he will wait forever for her. Yet, based on his past and current actions—which involve sexually assaulting Violet's mother—the "misunderstood" bad boy becomes wholly irredeemable.
American Horror Story missed the mark with Tate's storyline. As Murder House was its debut season, creator Ryan Murphy and his team tried hard to be edgy and scary. Mass shootings are a common fear, especially among Americans, so it's fair game to explore within the confines of a horror series. Between shootings at places such as schools, concerts, and movie theaters, the fear of being involved in one of these tragic events became a reality for many over the last decade. With mass shootings becoming frighteningly and increasingly common on American soil, respectfully depicting them in movies and television shows is often challenging, but possible. However, very few have gotten the balance right.
Murder House did more than just depict a school shooting in poor taste — it made the shooter into a tragic hero. Revealing his past as a school shooter was a major plot twist in Murder House. During most of the season, Tate has no clue he's dead. He definitely doesn't remember opening fire at his school. This is the first of many elements that would no longer be acceptable today — doing this removed Tate from the tragedy, thereby taking away some of his blame. After the plethora of mass shooting seen in the past decade, this would be truly unacceptable to depict on TV. However, it would still be possible to include this storyline if the show chose to paint Tate as a villain wholeheartedly, or even one who—in death—found reasons to truly atone for his horrible actions while he was alive.
After his past is revealed, AHS spends the remainder of the season trying to redeem Tate. The ghosts of his victims are shown tormenting him, which is meant to be cruel since he doesn't remember what he did. Tate is also shown to be patient, gentle, and loving with Violet. How could the audience remain angry with someone like that? Looking back at that with a modern-day lens is difficult to watch. It actually would have better been in American Horror Story's tone to let Tate sit with his mistakes, instead of eventually getting the girl in AHS: Apocalypse. Today, Tate's character could still be a school shooter and even draw empathy from the viewer, but would need to be painted in a far less sympathetic light, and definitely detached from the storyline about his victims becoming his tormentors altogether.
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Peters at 2019 WonderCon
|Born|| (1987-01-20) January 20, 1987 (age 34)|
St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
|Occupation||Actor, model, film producer|
|Partner(s)||Emma Roberts (2012–2019)|
Evan Thomas Peters (born January 20, 1987) is an American actor and film producer, best known for his multiple roles on the FX anthology series American Horror Story, as Stan Bowes in the first season of the FX ballroom drama series Pose, and as Peter Maximoff / Quicksilver in the X-Men film series (2014–2019). In 2021, he portrayed Detective Colin Zabel in HBO's Mare of Easttown, for which he received critical acclaim and was awarded the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie.
He made his acting debut in the 2004 drama film Clipping Adam and starred in the ABC science fiction series Invasion from 2005 to 2006.
From 2004 to 2010, Peters appeared in numerous national commercials for established brands such as Kelloggs, Papa John's Pizza and PlayStation. During this time he also had recurring roles on Disney Channel's Phil of the Future and The CW's One Tree Hill. In 2010, he had a supporting role in the superhero film Kick-Ass.
Born in St. Louis, Missouri, and raised in the suburb of Ballwin, Evan Peters is the son of Julie and Phil Peters. His father is a vice president of administration for the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.
Peters was raised in a Roman Catholic family and attended a Catholic grade school. He has a brother, Andrew, and a paternal half-sister, Michelle. In 2001, Peters moved with his family to Grand Blanc, Michigan, where he pursued modeling and took local acting classes. He attended Grand Blanc Community High School, before moving to Los Angeles at age 15 with his mother to pursue his acting career. He attended Burbank High School as a sophomore, but later began homeschooling classes.
2004–2011: Early career
On his second audition, Peters was chosen by producer Michael Picchiottino for the role of Adam Sheppard in the film Clipping Adam. The role earned him the award for Best Breakthrough Performance at the Phoenix Film Festival. He performed in numerous television commercials for Sony PlayStation, Progressive Insurance, Moviefone, Sour Patch Kids, Papa John's Pizza, and Kellogg.
In 2004, he starred in the MGM film Sleepover as Russell "SpongeBob" Hayes, and appeared in the ABC series The Days as Cooper Day. From 2004 to 2005, he had a recurring role as Seth Wosmer in the first season of the Disney Channel series Phil of the Future. From 2005 to 2006, he portrayed Jesse Varon in the ABC sci-fi thriller series Invasion.
Peters then had supporting roles in the films An American Crime (2007), Gardens of the Night (2008), Never Back Down (2008), and its sequel Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown (2011). He has also starred in several theater plays, including playing Fagin in a production of Oliver Twist at the Met Theater. In 2008, he had a recurring role as Jack Daniels on The CW teen-drama series One Tree Hill. In addition, he landed many one episode guest spots in television series such as The Mentalist, House, Monk, The Office, In Plain Sight, and Parenthood.
In 2010, he appeared in the supporting role of Todd Haynes, the main character's best friend, in the superhero film Kick-Ass. Peters was unable to reprise his role in the 2013 sequel due to scheduling conflicts with his role in the second season of American Horror Story.
2011–present: Breakthrough with American Horror Story
Peters' breakthrough role was playing the teenager Tate Langdon in the first season of the FX anthology series American Horror Story. In the second season, subtitled Asylum, he starred as Kit Walker, a man wrongly accused of killing his wife; this role earned him a nomination for the Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film.
In the third season, subtitled Coven, he portrayed Kyle Spencer, a frat boy who is killed and brought back to life as a Frankenstein's monster type of creature. In the fourth season of the series, subtitled Freak Show, he played Jimmy Darling, a circus performer with deformed hands.
In 2014, Peters starred in the independent comedy film Adult World, opposite John Cusack and Emma Roberts. Peters played the mutant Peter Maximoff, based on Quicksilver, in the 2014 film X-Men: Days of Future Past and its 2016 sequel, X-Men: Apocalypse. In 2015, Peters starred in the horror film The Lazarus Effect and the drama film Safelight, alongside Juno Temple, and in 2016 he had a role in the comedy-drama Elvis & Nixon.
In 2019, he reprised the role of Quicksilver in the sequel film Dark Phoenix. Following The Walt Disney Company's purchase of 21st Century Fox, all X-Men related characters were transferred back to Marvel Studios. In 2021, Peters made a surprise appearance in the Disney+ series WandaVision, portraying an alternate version of his character from the X-Men film series, later revealed to be an imposter named Ralph Bohner.
Peters began dating actress Emma Roberts in 2012 after they worked together on the film Adult World. In July 2013, while they were staying at a hotel in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, someone overheard a dispute coming from their room and called the police. After a "heated argument," they had begun hitting each other. When the police arrived, they arrested Roberts. Peters was not arrested because Roberts did not have any immediately visible injuries. Peters declined to press charges and Roberts was released several hours later. In a joint statement, the couple called it "an unfortunate incident and misunderstanding," and stated that they were "working together to move past it." Peters confirmed in March 2014 that he and Roberts were engaged. Their relationship ended in early 2019.
From late 2019 to mid-2020, Peters was in a relationship with the singer Halsey.
Awards and nominations
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