Mark Consuelos Is The Next Inmate To Join ‘American Horror Story’ Season 2

The former "All My Children" star lands a role on FX's hit series.

Blair Marnellby Blair Marnell

"American Horror Story" reportedly begins filming later this week. With the second season about to officially begin production, a new face has been added to the ever growing cast.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Mark Consuelos has been signed to appear in "American Horror Story" season 2 as a character named Spivey. The second season of "American Horror Story" will take place during the '60s at an East coast institute for the criminally insane. Consuelos' character is said to be one of the patients.

Prior to "American Horror Story," Consuelos was best known for playing Mateo Santos on "All My Children." Consuelos has also made guest appearances in "Ugly Betty," "Friends," "Third Watch," "Ugly Betty," "Missing," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" and hosted the dating shows "Age of Love" (pictured above) and "Science of Love." Additionally, Consuelos had roles in My Super Ex-Girlfriend and Wedding Daze.

Jessica Lange, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe, Sarah Paulson and Zachary Quinto will all be returning to "American Horror Story" in different roles this season alongside new additions like Joesph Fiennes, Adam Levine, Chloe Sevigny, Lizzie Brochere and James Cromwell among others.

"American Horror Story" season 2 is expected to debut in the fall on FX.