Sarah Paulson reveals new short brunette hair as she accepts Hollywood Critics Association TV Award

Sarah Paulson debuts new short brunette hair as she accepts Hollywood Critics Association TV Award for starring as Linda Tripp in Impeachment: American Crime Story

Sarah Paulson not only won the award for Best Actress at the Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards on Saturday, but she looked stunning in her new hair style.

The 47-year-old actress debuted her new short brunette hair, which beautifully complemented her complexion.

The second annual ceremony took place at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California.

New win, new hair: Sarah Paulson, 47, not only won the award for Best Actress at the Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards on Saturday, but she looked stunning in her new short hair style

New win, new hair: Sarah Paulson, 47, not only won the award for Best Actress at the Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards on Saturday, but she looked stunning in her new short hair style

The ceremony was introduced in 2021 to pay tribute to the best in television. 

As she accepted the Best Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology Series or TV Movie honor for her portrayal of Linda Tripp in Impeachment: American Crime Story, the actress wore a black Marc Jacobs tuxedo-style maxi-dress with a plunging V-neck.

On her Instagram stories, the Game Change actress thanked the designer for the ‘magical dress.’ 

Makeover: The versatile actress sported a blonde pixie cut at the Tony Awards in June

Makeover:  On Saturday (August 13) Sarah debuted her new hair color at the Hollywood Critics TV Awards

Makeover: The versatile actress sported a blonde pixie cut at the Tony Awards in June. On Saturday (August 13) she debuted her new hair color at the Hollywood Critics TV Awards

Magical: Sarah thanked designer Marc Jacobs for the 'magical' tuxedo dress she wore to the ceremonies

Magical: Sarah thanked designer Marc Jacobs for the ‘magical’ tuxedo dress she wore to the ceremonies

Transformation: The actress underwent an amazing transformation to portray Linda Tripp in Impeachment: American Crime Story

Transformation: The former pentagon employee alerted the authorities about President Clinton's relationship with Monica Lewinsky

Transformation: The actress underwent an amazing transformation to portray Linda Tripp in Impeachment: American Crime Story. The former pentagon employee alerted the authorities about President Clinton’s relationship with Monica Lewinsky

Sarah kept her jewelry simple, opting for a simple but elegant diamond necklace.

In describing the opportunity to play the woman whose revelations to the Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr lead to President Bill Clinton being impeached, the actress wrote on Instagram, ‘I have never felt more challenged, more petrified, nor more exhilarated as an actor.’

Linda Tripp recorded her conversations with White House Intern Monica Lewinsky on the advice of a literary agent after the then 24-year-old revealed she had a physical relationship with the President.

‘I am exceedingly grateful to (writer) Sarah Burgess,’ said Sarah, ‘for her loving, nuanced writing of Linda, allowing for all of her humanness to be on display.’

The look: Sarah kept her jewelry simple, opting for a simple but elegant diamond necklace

The look: The outfit was even more special when accessorized with the gold statuette

The look: Sarah kept her jewelry simple, opting for a simple but elegant diamond necklace. The outfit was even more special when accessorized with the gold statuette

Wins:  Sarah earned a Primetime Emmy for her portrayal of prosecutor Marcia Clark in American Crime Story: The People vs OJ Simpson

Wins:  Sarah earned a Primetime Emmy for her portrayal of prosecutor Marcia Clark in American Crime Story: The People vs OJ Simpson

Accolades: The chameleon-like actress has earned to Critics Choice awards for her work in American Horror Story: Freak Show and American Horror Story: Asylum

Accolades: The chameleon-like actress has earned to Critics Choice awards for her work in American Horror Story: Freak Show and American Horror Story: Asylum

In her acceptance speech, she thanked Monica Lewinsky, who was portrayed by Beanie Feldstein in the limited series, for her ‘generosity, openness and candor in the telling of this story.’ 

Monica served as a producer on the project.  

The well regarded actress is no stranger to accolades. 

She won the Emmy award for her portrayal of prosecutor Marcia Clark in American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson. 

Candor: In her acceptance speech, she thanked Monica Lewinsky, who was portrayed by Beanie Feldstein in the limited series, for her 'generosity, openness and candor in the telling of this story'

Candor: In her acceptance speech, she thanked Monica Lewinsky, who was portrayed by Beanie Feldstein in the limited series, for her ‘generosity, openness and candor in the telling of this story’

Producer: Monica Lewinsky, 49, served as a producer on Impeachment: American Crime Story

Producer: Monica Lewinsky, 49, served as a producer on Impeachment: American Crime Story

The chameleon-like actress has earned to Critics Choice awards for her work in American Horror Story: Freak Show and American Horror Story: Asylum.

She is currently filming the horror film Dust with Tony Award winner Annaleigh Ashford.  

Sarah has been happily partnered with fellow actress Holland Taylor since 2015. 

Next:  Sarah, who has been happily partnered with Holland Taylor since 2015, is currently filming the horror film, Dust, with Tony Award winner Annaleigh Ashford

Next:  Sarah, who has been happily partnered with Holland Taylor since 2015, is currently filming the horror film, Dust, with Tony Award winner Annaleigh Ashford

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