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James March is a serial killer and designer of the Hotel Cortez. He is a character in American Horror Story portrayed by Evan Peters.
There are many reasons to be intrigued/terrified by Evan Peters' American Horror Story: Hotel character, Mr. March. For one thing, the guy is an absolute psychopath.
Yep — Evan Peters brought back his pencil-thin mustache and his old-timey accent to play the ghost of James March, the serial killer whom we saw haunt the halls of the Hotel Cortez throughout ...
Evan Peters' 'AHS: Hotel' Character Is Seriously Cruel. Evan Peters will play Mr. March on American Horror Story: Hotel , and, though he wasn't seen in the premiere episode, we may be able to get a hint about who he is from the potential real-life inspiration behind Peters' character Mr. March. (Spoiler alert: Mr. March is no Jimmy Darling.)
Evan Peters is one of the twenty-four cast members that portrayed the same character in different seasons. He portrayed James March in Hotel and Apocalypse. He also portrayed Tate Langdon in Murder House and Apocalypse.
'American Horror Story' treated fans to the surprise return of one of Hotel Cortez's most famous occupants in the fourth episode - and everyone absolutely lost it. 'Hotel' is now the third season to crossover with 'Apocalypse,' alongside 'Murder House' and 'Coven'.
American Horror Story: Hotel is the fifth season of the FX horror anthology television series American Horror Story. It premiered on October 7, 2015, and concluded January 13, 2016. ... James Patrick March (Evan Peters); heroin addict Sally (Sarah Paulson); and the strap-on-wielding Addiction Demon.
Evan Peters is reportedly playing James March, the man responsible for creating the sinister structure inhabited by so many twisted souls in American Horror Story: Hotel. Entertainment Weekly describes Peters’ character as a “rich and charming but deeply psychotic” man who built the fictional Hotel Cortez in the 1930s.
In American Horror Story: Apocalypse fans got to see Evan Peters debut two new characters, Jeff Pfister and Mr. Gallant, as well as reprise his Murder House character Tate Langdon and Hotel’s Mr. March. Mr. Gallant wasn't exactly spiking the levels on the evil meter, but the same can't be said for the other new kid on the AHS block.