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|“||There's nothing more addictive than success. You've tasted it. Now, you're never going to be able to live without it.||„|
|~ Belle Noir to Harry Gardener.|
|“||Most people sell their souls for greatness - I know I did - but it takes a pretty miserable piece of human garbage to sell it just to get up close to greatness.||„|
|~ Belle Noir to Karen.|
Belle Noir, real name Sarah Cummings, is the central antagonist of Red Tide, which served as the first part of American Horror Story: Double Feature. She is the right-hand woman of the Chemist and a best-selling author of erotica novels and seasonal resident of Provincetown.
She is portrayed by Frances Conroy, who played Penny Fleck in Joker, and previously portrayed the older Moira O'Hara in Murder House and Apocalypse, and the reenactment version of Mama Polk in Roanoke.
Belle Noir is an ambitious and arrogant individual, who believed that her addiction towards success is something to be pride about, even with the drug Muse's enhancement as well as its following effects.
She is also a blatant elitist and looks down on pretty much everyone, though she particularly seems to hate Mickey and Karen.
- The character was originally planned to be portrayed by Kathy Bates, who later left the production due to her health issues. Frances Conroy was later casted to replace her.