Travis Kelce to Make His Major TV Role Debut in Ryan Murphy’s ‘Grotesquerie’


Travis Kelce to Make His Major TV Role Debut in Ryan Murphy’s ‘Grotesquerie’

Travis Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end, is stepping into the acting world with a major role in Ryan Murphy‘s new FX horror series, Grotesquerie, premiering this fall. This marks Kelce’s first major acting endeavor, joining a cast that includes notable talents such as Niecy Nash-Betts, Courtney B. Vance, and Lesley Manville. Although specifics about his character are yet to be disclosed, the role signals a new phase in Kelce’s career beyond athletics.

Kelce’s foray into entertainment isn’t entirely new. His previous ventures include hosting Saturday Night Live and making appearances on the Showtime series Moonbase 8. He has also been active in unscripted TV and has recently branched into film production. His role in Grotesquerie marks a significant step in his acting career, showcasing his versatility and eagerness to evolve beyond his football persona.

Ryan Murphy, known for his knack for weaving complex narratives with star-studded casts, heightens the anticipation surrounding Kelce’s performance. Murphy’s projects consistently draw attention for their imaginative storytelling and actor development, as exemplified by Lady Gaga‘s transformation in American Horror Story. With Grotesquerie, Murphy is set to add another compelling entry to his portfolio. The series teases a plot brimming with supernatural intrigue and suspense, creating eagerness among fans and viewers to see how Kelce will handle this dramatic new challenge.

Check out the video shared by his co-star Niecy Nash on Instagram, confirming Travis Kelce’s exciting new role in Grotesquerie.


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