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True Blood co-stars Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer have taken their red-blooded passion to the next level by announcing their engagement. Paquin, who plays telepathic Sookie Stackhouse, has been dating Moyer, 39, after meeting on the HBO series.
Both charge up the torrid drama with their on-screen chemistry keeping both fans and critics delighted -although it lucked out on key Emmy Awards nominations this year.
I got an agent and a manager because of and my agent said, ‘When you get a little break, you should come out to L. to meet some producers and casting directors,’ and that’s how it started.”His theater obligations met, Skarsgard moved to Los Angeles in 2004 and, thanks in part to his military background, was cast as Sgt. While his vampire-sheriff was little more than a glorified extra during the show’s first season, he grew a massive following, and his character has evolved into one of the leads—meaning plenty of sex scenes with Sookie Stackhouse, played by Anna Paquin, who in real life is married to her co-star Stephen Moyer, a.k.a.
The men were, according to Skarsgard, training in “anti-sabotage.” Following his military stint, Skarsgard, then 21 and attending university in England, reached a crossroads.“I had taken eight years off of not doing anything, and like most kids that age, I got to a place where I thought I should start thinking about my future and what I wanted to do,” said Skarsgard.
Must be some love potion in the water of cable dramas. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter recently wed in a New Year’s Eve elopement.
The next series of True Blood airs in Australia at pm Tuesday September 15th on Showcase.
“I saw that he was very good,” said Skarsgard’s father, adding, “He had very expressive eyes.” Michael Nyqvist, known for his starring role in the Swedish films, lived just two blocks from the Skarsgards in south Stockholm and echoes the praise.
“I knew him since he was around 7, and he has this open, honest way in everything he does,” Nyqvist told The Daily Beast.
The actor opens up to Marlow Stern about his early role in Zoolander, dating co-stars, how his naval background prepared him for next summer’s Battleship opposite Rihanna, and more.