Following his incredible performance as notorious serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, known as the “Milwaukee Butcher,” in the recent popular Netflix miniseries Dahmer-Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer StoryAmerican actor and producer Evan Peters managed to capture the eyes of millions of people around the world.
After becoming the center of attention and being applauded by the crowd due to the way in which he gave himself to the role, trying to resemble the character as much as possible, which he himself called the greatest acting challenge in his career, people were not lacking. who could not help but remember him for his multiple and emblematic roles in the series American Horror Story.
However, despite the fact that these are some of his most popular performances, the 35-year-old actor has been part of several successful productions that have also been very popular in theaters, such as his role in the film X-Men: Days of Future Past. That is why in the following list we present you five movies in which Evan Peters has appeared and that perhaps you did not know.
1. The confinement (2007)
This film, based on real events and adapted in the 60s, is about the story of a girl who was locked in the basement of a house in Indiana, United States, by a housewife who subjects the minor to all kinds of abuse and torture. Mistreatment of which she made her six children and some of her neighbors participate.
two. night gardens (2008)
First screened at the 2008 Berlin International Film Festival, night gardens is a film about an eight-year-old girl who, after being kidnapped with another victim, both are forced to become prostitutes and engage in pornography.
3. Never surrender (2008)
Directed by Jeff Wadlow, this film tells the story of Jake Tyler, who after the tragic death of his father is forced to move to Orlando, Florida, with his mother and younger brother, where he gets involved in a fight that ends for teaching him a new discipline: martial arts.
Four. X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)
In this tape Evan Peters starred in one of the most iconic and surprising scenes when playing Quicksilver. In this installment of the saga, set in the 70s, the famous X patrol tries to avoid an apocalyptic future in which the mutants fight to survive in the concentration camps controlled by the fearsome Sentinels.
5. Somali pirates (2017)
This tape is based on the true story of the famous Canadian journalist Jay Bahadur. Evan Peters stars in the plot that tells how Bahadur met his journalistic idol, Seymour Tolbin, who gives him a series of tips and assures him that in order to realize his dream of becoming a journalist and writing about pirates, he must enter his world and live with them.