Sarah Paulson as Marcia Clark – ‘American Crime Story: The People V. O.J. Simpson’

Sarah Paulson as Marcia Clark

Actress Sarah Paulson plays Marcia Clark in American Crime Story: The People V. OJ Simpson. Clark was the lead prosecutor in the trial of the century, the double homicide case against OJ Simpson. Clark has written about her experience with the case and has an estimated net worth of $4 million. After OJ Simpson's acquittal in 1995, Clark decided to take leave from her job and then officially resigned in 1997. She went on to write a column for The Daily Beast. Paulson, who many know from the American Horror Story series, is a success with a net worth of $4 million as well. Paulson joked that when she first spoke with Clark about her taking on the role, Clark apologized for her bad hairdo in the 90s. Recently, Paulson has been in the media for her relationship with girlfriend Holland Taylor, an actress 32 years her senior. Paulson was previously in a longtime relationship with actress Cherry Jones. Now she takes on the role of Marcia Clark, a woman who was determined to put OJ Simpson away in prison. Unfortunately, she did not succeed, though jail is where Simpson eventually ended up. For more information on Clark and Paulson, click through our gallery of their best photos, many of which are from the OJ Simpson trial. (FX, Fox 21 TVS, FXP)