After Wednesdays's (November 5) episode of "American Horror Story: Freak Show," there's officially no denying it -- Finn Wittrock's Dandy Mott is the breakout star of the season. [SPOILERS AHEAD!]
"Pink Cupcakes" found Dandy carrying on Twisty's murderous legacy and then some when he brutally murdered Matt Bomer's gay prostitute Andy, sawing off his arms while he was still alive then chastising him for making him "feel bad." Yeah, it was weird.
But also, Dandy did this:
So between the murder spree and the "American Psycho" physique, it's safe to say that the Internet is buzzing about this scene-stealing "AHS" star. And while Wittrock might be a newcomer to "Freak Show" levels of fame, this certainly isn't his first time around the block. Here are seven places you might have seen the Murder Clown 2.0 before:
1. As Dale on "Masters of Sex"
Wittrock played the gay prostitute who was frequently patronized by the closeted Barton Scully (Beau Bridges).
2. As Damon Miller on "All My Children"
Wittrock played the long-lost son of Tad Martin (as well as the culprit behind a string of break-ins) from 2009-2011.
3. As Albert in "The Normal Heart"
"AHS" creator Ryan Murphy first got wind of Wittrock when he cast him in his HBO movie about the rise of the HIV-AIDS crisis in 1980s New York. Wittrock played Taylor Kitsch's character's boyfriend Albert, who had a seriously rough go of it -- he's the guy who nearly got tossed off the plane.
4. As young Tubal-Cain in "Noah"
Wittrock was the one who murdered Noah's dad in the beginning. Not cool, guy.
5. As Gabriel in "A Winter's Tale"
Apparently Wittrock really likes working with Russell Crowe. He played an Angel named Gabriel opposite the Aussie star in "Winter's Tale" in 2014.
6. As Cody in "Halloweentown High"
No one can escape their awkward pasts, and the same goes for sexy, murdery television stars like Wittrock. He played Cody, the love interest to Kimberly J. Brown's Marnie Piper in "Halloweentown High" back in 2004, and let's just say it's the stuff Disney Channel Original Movie dreams are made of.
7. On Broadway
In case you haven't guessed it by now, Wittrock is seriously talented. Here he is playing Happy Loman on Broadway opposite the late Philip Seymour Hoffman and "Spider-Man" star Andrew Garfield back in 2012.