Wesley Cook "Wes" Bentley played small roles in the relatively little-known films before he got his breakthrough role as Ricky Fitts in the drama film American Beauty (1999), which became a hit.From a budget of 15 million dollars, played it in the $ 356 million worldwide.The Emmy nominee was just one of several actresses attending a Tuesday night panel celebrating the women of "American Horror Story." Britton starred in the inaugural 2011 season, known as "Murder House," opposite Lange and Dylan Mc Dermott.According to Variety, when asked if she would be interested in returning to the show, Britton responded, "Of course I would!
"I was drawn to the story about trying to be an artist and have a family, and whether you could do both.“It happens to everybody on the show,” says Bentley, 37. I was more concerned now that I have two small children that they’re going to see it. ’” And then there’s the blood: gallons of the fake stuff that flows from exit wounds, slit throats and severed arteries.“It’s the only way cast regulars can identify each other.” Not that Bentley, who plays Det. Costume designer Lou Eyrich says the actors ride in golf carts from the set to the showers covered in the stuff. I find that a breath of fresh air and so inspiring.” Bentley’s stint on the show also allows him to rebuild the career that started off with such fanfare when he played artistic teenager Ricky Fitts in the 1999 movie “American Beauty” but stalled thereafter as Bentley battled a serious drug addiction that cost him his first marriage to actress Jennifer Quanz." But the actress, who currently stars on "Nashville," added that while she "would love to come back ... scheduling is tricky." As for the latest season of "American Horror Story," the series is set to premiere in October.