September 24, 2016
(VIDEO) ‘American Horror Story’ Stars with Access Hollywood at Halloween Horror Nights
September 20, 2016
(PHOTOS) 26th Annual Simply Shakespeare Benefit
Gallery Public Appearances

Last night, September 19, Finn Wittrock attended the 26th Annual Simply Shakespeare Benefit held at Freud Playhouse, UCLA in Westwood, California. Some pictures were added on our gallery and I’ll try to update it very soon with more. Enjoy it!    

September 19, 2016
(PHOTOS) FX and FOX’s Emmy Awards Post-Party

Finn Wittrock attended at FX, National Geographic and FOX’s television 68th Emmy’s Post-Party, yesterday (18). Some picture were added to our gallery and a huge thanks to Alissa (@finwirrock) for the pictures.    

September 17, 2016
(Photos) Opening Night Celebration Of ‘Halloween Horror Nights’

Finn Wittrock attended the opening night celebration of ‘Halloween Horror Nights’ at Universal Studios Hollywood on September 16 with his co-star in American Horror Story, Denis O’Hare & Evan Peters. Universal brought mazes based on the FX anthology horror series to the annual Halloween Horror Nights events at its theme parks in Universal City, California, and Orlando, Florida. The attractions

August 25, 2016
Finn Wittrock to lead Shakespeare & Company reading of Hamlet

Shakespeare & Company will present a staged reading of William Shakespeare’sHamlet on Saturday, October 8, featuring Finn Wittrock in the title role. The reading will be presented in the Tina Packer Playhouse, and will be directed by Kevin G. Coleman, Shakespeare & Company‘s director of education. Wittrock was last seen on Broadway as Happy in the 2012 revival of Death

August 5, 2016
[VANITY FAIR] Finn Wittrock, Lily Collins and more of Hollywood’s Next Generation in Exclusive Video and Photoshoot
Gallery Video

Vanity Fair reunited some young talents and they talk about acting, style, and overused emojis in an exclusive video released this week. They also, made a photoshoot session and you can find it in our gallery. This crop of young talents has a sense of history—with such heroes as James Dean, Julie Christie, and Audrey Hepburn—not to mention a penchant