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Travis Kelce cast in Ryan Murphy’s new horror drama series

The soon-to-be star of Super Bowl and screen will act in FX’s “Grotesquerie” — his latest foray into the limelight.

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Travis Kelce has proven that he isn’t camera shy — but instead of NFL floodlights, he’ll be in the spotlight on the upcoming FX horror series “Grotesquerie.”

Not much is known about the new show by Ryan Murphy, creator of “Glee,” “American Horror Story,” and more recent streaming hits like “Dahmer” — except that it’s expected to release in the fall, according to an Instagram announcement.

Kelce’s role also isn’t clear — although if you’ve been paying attention, he’s no stranger to Hollywood. Since “Catching Kelce,” he’s appeared on “Saturday Night Live,” as a cameo in “Moonbase 8,” and will host “Are You Smarter than a Celebrity?”

He also has a few production credits under his belt: the world famous wide receiver was an executive producer on “My Dead Friend Zoe,” which debuted at SXSW earlier this year, and will help produce an upcoming documentary on artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.

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