[POLL] ‘American Horror Story: Roanoke’ cast: Who gave the best performance in Season 6?

American Horror Story: Roanoke” will conclude next Wednesday, November 16, on FX. With critical and fan reaction through the roof, we want to know which cast member YOU think gave the best performance in Season 6? There are plenty of worthy actors and actresses to pick from, so choose wisely. Vote in our “AHS” poll below.

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Gold Derby recently reported that 11 of this season’s cast members have been submitted on the Golden Globes ballot. This includes the 10 series regulars, plus “special guest star” Lady Gaga who won a Golden Globe last year in the lead race for “American Horror Story: Hotel.”

The five women submitted as Best TV Supporting Actress at the Golden Globes are: Angela Bassett as actress Monet Tumusiime who plays Lee Harris, Kathy Bates as actress Agnes Mary Winstead who plays The Butcher, Lady Gaga as an actress who plays Scathach, Sarah Paulson as actress Audrey Tindall who plays Shelby Miller, and Lily Rabe as the real Shelby Miller.

Kathy Bates gives career-best performance on ‘American Horror Story: Roanoke’

And the six submitted as Best TV Supporting Actor are: Wes Bentley as actor Dylan who plays Ambrose White, Cuba Gooding Jr. as actor Dominic Banks who plays Matt Miller, Andre Holland as the real Matt Miller, Cheyenne Jackson as producer Sidney Aaron James, Denis O’Hare as an actor who plays Dr. Elias Cunningham, and Evan Peters as actor Rory Monahan who plays Edward Philippe Mott

We know what you’re thinking. Where’s Adina Porter? Unfortunately, FX cannot submit every single person from every show and so Porter (who’s billed as a “guest star” on the program for playing the real Lee Harris) was left off of the Golden Globes ballot. However, we still name her in our poll below.

Make your Golden Globe predictions now; change them till Dec. 12

Make your early Golden Globes TV Awards picks now and tell industry insiders which shows and performers you have out front to win on January 8. You can keep changing them until just before nominations are announced on December 12 at 5 am PT/8 am ET. But it is important to register your initial predictions now both to lock in those all-important starter odds and let Hollywood know who has the inside track for these kudos. Be sure to make your predictions right here. You’ll compete for a place of honor on our leaderboard and a starring role in next year’s Top 24 Users (the two dozen folks who do the best predicting this year’s nominees). Read our contest rules.

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