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About this title

Storyline

Small-town Louisiana waitress Sookie Stackhouse already is viewed as an oddball by her friends and neighbors, since she can read the minds of those around her. She doesn't exactly help her reputation, though, when she falls for Bill Compton, a 173-year-old vampire who has "come out of the coffin" along with many of his undead comrades now that a new synthetic blood has made it possible for vampires to survive without preying on humans. Still, the conservative locals aren't wild about mortal-vampire liaisons, especially Sookie's boss, Sam Merlotte, who carries a torch for her. "Six Feet Under" creator Alan Ball is behind this series adaptation of best-selling novels by Charlaine Harris.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 7, 2008

Also Known As: Истинска кръв, 트루블러드 |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

based on novel or book
vampire
fairy
undead

Company Credits

Production Co: Your Face Goes Here Entertainment, Home Box Office (HBO)

Cast

Preston Jones
as Dirk
Sean Hemeon
as Vampire Lieutenant
Lauren Pritchard
as Coralee
Roberta Orlandi
as Janella
Adara Huntington
as Hot Shot Child
Mark Withers
as Morris
Jefferson Cox
as Faerie Bouncer
Bailey Noble
as Adilyn Bellefleur
Tiffany Taylor
as Nan's Girl
Alec Gray
as Coby Fowler
Brianna Brown
as Leda
Luke Grimes
as James
Max Charles
as Hunter
Alfre Woodard
as Ruby Jean Reynolds
Marcia DeRousse
as Dr. Ludwig
Arielle Kebbel
as Charlene
Arthur Darbinyan
as Najat
Kevin Michael Walsh
as Jethro
Chris Sanders
as Fangbanger
Denis O'Hare
as Russell Edgington
Ezra Masters
as Authority Guard #1/Body Guard/Vampire Guard
Grainger Hines
as Colonel John Flood
Guy Perry
as Faerie Goblin/Skinny Guy in Sink
John Rezig
as Deputy Kevin Ellis
Bill Stinchcomb
as Paramedic
Annalise Basso
as Eden Hamby
Skyler Vallo
as Chelsea
Karina Logue
as Denise Rattray
Cody Green
as 'Tie' Faerie/Dancer
J. Smith-Cameron
as Melinda Mickens
Brit Morgan
as Debbie Pelt
Kendall Lake
as Fangtasia Dancer
Adam Leadbeater
as Karl
Ken Kobus
as Man at Bar
Rutger Hauer
as Niall Brigant
Timothy Eulich
as Rich/Sookie's Husband
Jude Taylor
as Band Member
Adrian Winther
as Faerie
Yana Trofimova
as Young Parent
Noah Matthews
as Wade Cleary
Elena Kolpachikova
as Royal Faerie
Jason Burns
as Band Member
Stephanie Rojas
as Wiccan
Jeremy Cohenour
as Fangtasia Protestor #1
Alessandro Nori
as Faerie
Steve Fogelman
as Wiccan
Jennifer Hamilton
as Dancer #1
Barbara Whinnery
as Child Psychologist
Dan Rebert
as Puppeteer
Jack Patrick Metcalf
as Young Niall
Brian Mulligan
as Scientist
Dustin Ingram
as Ronnie
Tara Buck
as Ginger
Gabriel Solis
as Young Jesus
Leslie Stevens
as Saleswoman
Jillian Schmitz
as Dancer
Ricki Lander
as Servant Faerie
Shannon Lucio
as Caroline Compton
Ky Mahone
as Dead Frozen Guy
Randy Wayne
as Matt
Linda Purl
as Barbara Pelt
Jake Martin
as Fangtasia Protestor #2
Pauline Kurks
as Traveller
Henri Lubatti
as Nigel Beckford
Kate Luyben
as Natalie
Ailsa Marshall
as Desk Clerk
Tom von Badinski
as Puppeteer #4
Pinky Campbell
as Faerie
Jonesiano HD
as Vampire Inmate
Dara Iruka
as Young Tara
Paul Sanchez
as Big Dude
Michael McMillian
as Steve Newlin
Emma Greenwell
as Claudia
Melanie MacQueen
as Dawn's Neighbor/Faye Lebvre
Katie Rowe
as Tiffany
Dragon Dronet
as Orgo
Jeanne Baron
as Hostess
Natalie Dreyfuss
as 18 Year Old Faerie Girl #1
Laurel Weber
as Lisa Fowler
Tamara Frapasella
as Henchwoman
Flor de Maria Chahua
as Young Woman
C.C. Adcock
as Band Member
Jabari Flanagan
as Young Lafayette
Chris Hunter
as Band Member
Todd Quillen
as Hartzell
Travis Joe Dixon
as Naked Prisoner
Tanya Wright
as Deputy Kenya Jones
Rydell Danzie
as LAVTF Leader
Brad Carr
as Bar Patron
Dahlia Waingort Guigui
as Witch #2
Randy Oglesby
as Rev. Theodore Newlin
Marcus McGee
as James
Tamlyn Tomita
as Ms. Suzuki
Blaine Saunders
as Becky
Theo Alexander
as Talbot
Jason E. Kelley
as AHQ Guard #1
Cassidy Noblett
as Dancer
Karolina Wydra
as Violet
Lucas Adams
as Lou
JC Tremblay
as Servant 1640
Tom Schwartz
as Faerie
Peter Mensah
as Kibwe
Riley Smith
as Keith
Aileen Burdock
as White Room Vampire
Reece Kirk
as Vampire SWAT
Jesse James Youngblood
as Old Man
Brett Rickaby
as Vince
Mike Perfetuo
as Eddie Boy
Cody Christian
as Screaming Boy
Gary Cole
as Earl Stackhouse
Stephanie Renz
as Party Patron
Chris Coy
as Barry
Huck Walton
as Cabinmate
Gary wayne Hoffman
as Black Plague Man
Jeanine Anderson
as Bank Employee/Woman in Bar
Lucy Griffiths
as Nora Gainesborough
Carlos Antonio
as Street Preacher
Brian Poth
as Matt/Vampire Matt
Sarah McCann
as Slave Girl
Will Leon
as Moroccan Citizen
Drew James
as Chuck
Alexandra Amadio
as Female Vamp Camper
Haley Brooke Walker
as Crystal
Rebecca Tilney
as Dr. Sekuler
Darell M. Davie
as Jackson (Football Player)
Annie Fitzgerald
as Kirsch
Stacy Haiduk
as Jenny
Christian Magdu
as Vampire SWAT
Erick Abraham
as Viking Guard
Abigail Lowe
as Three Year Old Girl #2
Tom Poole
as Vigilante
Jade Tailor
as Anne
Jaala Pickering
as Faerie/Goblin
Judy Prescott
as Sue Ann Merlotte
Lin Oeding
as Yakuza #8
Christopher Heyerdahl
as Dieter Braun
Robert B. Silver
as Vampire SWAT Hummer Driver
Arthur Napiontek
as Fraternity Boy
Shannon Garnett
as Dallas Vampire
Matthew Glen Johnson
as Team Captain #1
Del Zamora
as Don Bartolo
Patricia Bethune
as Jane Bodehouse
Dean Chekvala
as Roy
Mel Fair
as TBBN Anchor
Ben Zelevansky
as Churchgoer Man/Townie Man/Townsperson
Jonathan Kells Phillips
as Male Paramedic
P.J. O'Rourke
as P.J. O'Rourke
CJ Brady
as Viking Guard
Anna Khaja
as Zaafira
Duane R. Shepard Sr.
as Customer #2
Richard Allan Jones
as Square Dancer
Jesiree Dizon
as Delilah
Judi A. Walstrum
as Woman in Bar
Matt Bushell
as Gondry
Dwight V Coleman
as Cleric
Melorine Adler
as Girlfriend
Chanon Finley
as Siren #1
Arliss Howard
as Truman Burrell
Brian Geraghty
as Brian Eller
Thomas Lumberg Jr.
as LAVTF Agent Jones
Marc Abbink
as Bar Patron
Jerrell Johnson
as Dancer
David Cohen
as Tourist in Vampire Club
Casey Larios
as The Duke
Emi Hatanaka
as Victim
Anne Johnson
as Religious Looking Woman
Jen Ray
as Woman in Bar
Melanie Camp
as Dorothy
Dale Dickey
as Martha Bozeman
Lockhart Brownlie
as Dancer
Amber Leigh
as Light of Day Cult member
Michael Filipowich
as Hep V Vampire
Gerald Webb
as Team Commander
Leonardo Ciacci
as Frenzy Man in Dress
Michael McCafferty
as Bruce
Adam Karchmer
as Mikey
David Ruprecht
as Televangelist
Linda Harmon
as Hymn Singer
Michael Papajohn
as Kyle
Derek Ferguson
as Dancer
Virginia Louise Smith
as Hospital Administrator
Tatiana Vici
as Princess
Richard Weintraub
as Richard H-Vamp
Brandon Molale
as Officer Bucky Featherstone
Jeremy Denzlinger
as Wayne
Shannon Welles
as Olivia
Mark Casimir Dyniewicz Jr.
as Werewolf
Travis Scott Metcalf
as Young Niall
Pattie Tierce
as Woman in Bar
Nicholas Scott
as Faerie
Rutina Wesley
as Tara Thornton
John Deignan
as Factory Foreman
James Cook
as Soldier
Retson Ross
as Kicks Vampire/Riot Boy
Caleb Steinmeyer
as Tolliver Humphries
William Shay House
as H Vamp
Hannah Kasulka
as 18 Year Old Faerie Girl #2
Stacie Rippy
as Cindy Marshall
Rebecca Wisocky
as Queen Mab
Greg Cipes
as Bufort Norris
Cathryn de Prume
as Warlow's Mother
Bill Rude
as Pool Player
Brad Carter
as Kris
Jeffrey O'Connell
as Road Worker
Louis Herthum
as JD
Rebecca McFarland
as Maggie Devins
Timothy Hornor
as Mr. Jenkins
Paula Jai Parker
as Karen
Victoria Carey
as Victoria Merlotte
Camille Langfield
as Blood Hooker
Michael Rothhaar
as William Compton Sr.
Jeff Bryan Davis
as Undercover Cop
Jamie Renée Smith
as Melanie
Megan Albertus
as Claude's Sister/Faerie
John Fleck
as Dr. Overlark
Spencer Hill
as Reggie
Lenny Schmidt
as Sidney
Mariana Klaveno
as Lorena Krasiki
Latrina Bolger
as Dancer
Ethan Stone
as Vampire Server
Jude B. Lanston
as Camp Sex Vampire
Janina Gavankar
as Luna Garza
Heather Hopkins
as Teenage Debbie
Max Valentine
as Fangbanger
Anastasia Foster
as Christine Van Heusen
Dinka Dzubur
as Faerie
Matthew L. Sobel
as Dirty Dancer
Ashley Hinshaw
as Brigette
Andrew Rothenberg
as Malcolm
Valarie Pettiford
as Mary Wright
Stephen Moyer
as Bill Compton
Dale Raoul
as Maxine Fortenberry
Cherilyn Wilson
as Cammy
Ken Rudulph
as KKJH Anchor
Larry Udy
as Man at Bar/Jane's Vampire Date
Chris Gartin
as Hugo
Bernhard Eichholz
as Puppeteer
Rod Britt
as Bank Manager
Daria Badanina
as Christian Singer on Bus
Ronnie Gene Blevins
as T-Dub
Edrick Browne
as Paramedic
Gregg Lee
as Pool Player
Marshall Allman
as Tommy Mickens
Anna Camp
as Sarah Newlin
Michelle Ladd
as Librarian Vamp
Dendrie Taylor
as Beverleen
Sally Stevens
as Vocalist
Alex Trumble
as Werewolf
Mike Moh
as Yakuza #1
Valorie Hubbard
as Random Frenzier
Gil Zuniga
as Business Man Vamp
Strider Ellis
as Young Vampire
James Jordan
as Ray
David Dean Bottrell
as Professor Kannell
Kenny Knoll
as Dallas Vampire
Ellen Soderberg
as Courtesan
Sean L. Malin
as Jessica's Classmate
Carrie Preston
as Arlene Fowler
Mehcad Brooks
as Eggs
Keira Glynn
as Yokel
Don Swayze
as Gus
Chelsea Ricketts
as Lucinda
Jull Weber
as Vampire Dancer
Melinda Page Hamilton
as Jill Steeler
Michael Bofshever
as Orry Dawson
Renee Daw
as H Vamp
Chloe Holmes
as Siren #3
Randy Hall
as Man in Bar
Kali Flanagan
as Sami
Labon Hester
as Young Jason
Holly Hawkins
as Churchgoer Woman/Townie Woman/Uppity Townswoman
Brianne Davis
as Belinda
Christie Burson
as Margaret
Sidow Sobrino
as Gay Vamp
Adina Porter
as Lettie Mae Thornton
Stephanie Erb
as Luellen
Cedric Pendleton
as Terrell
Aaron Jennings Hartnell
as Meat Totem Dancer/Party Animal with No Trousers
Gina Morelli
as Very Old Woman
Michael Maize
as Smarmy Guard
Greg Raffelson
as Champagne Guy
Vincent M. Biscione
as Townsman
Graham Shiels
as Liam
Virginia Watson
as Woman in Church
Kelly Frazier
as Prisoner
Giles Matthey
as Claude Crane
James Harvey Ward
as Felton Norris
Aaron Cavette
as Party Guest
Dallas Malloy
as Dallas Vampire
Nate Reese
as Man in Church
Jeffrey Nicholas Brown
as Corbett Stackhouse
Genise Ruidiaz
as Dancer
Rachel Sterling
as Sorority Girl/Trish
Dan Cangemi
as Puppeteer #1
Orson Chaplin
as Low Priest
Alan Gray
as Papa
Katie Eischen
as Julie Watney
Jennifer Hasty
as Sweetie Des Arts/Woman with Fries
Grey Damon
as Kitch Maynard
Michael Raymond-James
as Rene Lenier
Anne Mannal
as Female Reporter
Alicia Vela-Bailey
as Faerie #2
Mike Akrawi
as Iraqi Man
Blake Michael
as Teenage Alcide
Clare Benavides
as Half Faerie
Nathan Bailey
as Burly Were
Niko Nicotera
as Dealer
Troy Glass
as Son
Simone Bargetze
as Frenzy Eye Terra Girl
Jamie Luner
as Amanda H-Vamp
Kimberly Atkinson
as Luisa
Aswad Ali
as Parishioner
Mike McKee
as Rick
Nevin Millan
as Vampire Tribunal Member
Katherine Helmond
as Caroline Bellefleur
Ted Nichelson
as Vampire Harpist
Mick Scott
as Singer
Galadriel Stineman
as Joyce Watney
Kanin Howell
as Chuck
Kathleen York
as Madeline Kapneck
Gregg Daniel
as Reverend Daniels
Malcolm Goodwin
as Joe Thornton
Robert Martin III
as Marine
Andrew Anderson
as Dancer
Kevin Ketcham
as Vampire SWAT
Brendan McCarthy
as Nate
Robert Artz
as Republican Party-Goer
Melissa Mandisa
as Morticia
Heather Lee
as Nola Groom's Mother
Ryan C. Burney
as Spanish Dignitary
Jessica Clark
as Lilith
Jeremy Barthel
as Dancer
Paola Turbay
as Antonia Gavilán
Stewart Skelton
as Minister
Lauren Bowles
as Holly Cleary
Lindsay Pulsipher
as Crystal Norris
Kathleen M. Darcy
as Carpool Mom Vampire
Tess Parker
as Rosie
Kelli Maroney
as Televangelist
Britt George
as Warlow's Father
Dallas Ryan
as Bar Patron
Grant Ollivier
as Baby Mikey
Jack Nathan Harding
as Fangbanger
Elayn J. Taylor
as Mable
Tina Majorino
as Molly
John W. Godley
as Big John
Susan Merson
as Woman in Booth
Steph DuVall
as Frank
Sherilyn Henderson
as Battered Woman
Fiona Shaw
as Marnie Stonebrook
Marque Richardson
as Kenneth
Vanessa Dubasso
as Juliette
Rachael Markarian
as Dancer
Kristel Kovner
as Peasant
Doug Haley
as Male Vampire
Wyatt Ollivier
as Baby Mikey
Cheyenne Wilbur
as Uncle Bartlett
Keith Oney
as Man in Bar
Kevin Fry
as Turk
Courtney Ford
as Portia Bellefleur
George Morris Jr.
as Russell's Security Guard
Shaundi Li Draven
as Bourbon St Partier
William Leon
as Teenage Boy Vampire
Robert Devine
as Puppeteer #3
Josh Kelly
as Frat Boy/Frat Boy Brett
Kate Zarvis
as Vampire
Charlotta Mohlin
as Authority Guard Captain/Authority Guard/Black Ops Vamp
Andy Mackenzie
as Creepy Biker
John Hillard
as Hank
Matt Leonard
as Enforcer #1
Chris Pierce
as Performer ('Far Away Home')
John Hans Tester
as Ulfrik
Catheryn Brockett
as Lurlene Butterman
Nelsan Ellis
as Lafayette Reynolds
Deborah Rombaut
as Merlot's Patron
Colby French
as Frank
Gary Sievers
as Hot Shot Hillbilly
Kristin Bauer van Straten
as Pam De Beaufort
Matt Callahan
as Confederate Soldier
Jacob Hopkins
as Alexander Drew
Thea Brooks
as Jen
Sandy Baumann
as Governor's Aide
Evan Rachel Wood
as Sophie-Anne Leclerq
Eric Monjoin
as Maurice
Cyd Strittmatter
as Claire Shelby
Andrew j Spinks
as Bourbon St. Partier
Gideon Emery
as Justin
Aunjanue Ellis
as Diane
Jim Hoffmaster
as Cart Pusher
Camilla Luddington
as Claudette
Deborah Puette
as Sarah Compton-Harris
Rico McClinton
as LAVTF Task Force Leader
Toshiji Takeshima
as Yakuza Guy
Natalie Hall
as Amber Mills
Mary Portser
as Bonita Lou Morris
Patrick Mapel
as Sean
Dale Shane
as Fangbanger
Melissa Tucker
as Weregirl
Christopher Meloni
as Roman Zimojic
David J. Wright
as Authority Gate Guard
Carolyn Hennesy
as Rosalyn Harris
Shishir Kurup
as Guru Sanbir Dutta
Brittany Slattery
as Wounded Woman
David Pease
as State Trooper
Derek Mears
as Burly H-Vamp
Gary Kraus
as Mailman Vampire/Mailman in Bar
Ken Luckey
as Zander
Cooper Huckabee
as Joe Lee Mickens
Eugene Byrd
as Jerome
Jayden Lund
as Doug
Jordan Monaghan
as 18 Year Old Faerie Girl #3
Zeljko Ivanek
as Magister
Michelle Luchese
as Young Woman
Christian Malmin
as News Correspondant
Shaun Guttridge
as Vampire Guard
Brian Ogilvie
as Forensics Tech
Annica McCrudden
as Astrid
Brian Treitler
as Camera Operator
Aaron Perilo
as Blackburn
Danielle Sapia
as Maudette Pickens
Dakin Matthews
as Dr. Robideaux
Drew Powell
as Ryder
Jonathan Kowalsky
as Todd Jeffries
Loriel Hennington
as Dancer
Pruitt Taylor Vince
as Finn
Gregory Sporleder
as Calvin Norris
Tracy Shibata
as Dancer
Brandon Loeser
as LAVTF Bottling Plant Guard
Brendan Norman
as Faerie
Asher McDonell
as Baby Girl Stackhouse
Darren Darnborough
as Callum
Erika Marosi
as Teen Girl Vamp
Martin Santander
as Vampire SWAT
Lillian Hurst
as Great Aunt Cecilia
Jobeth Wagner
as Fangtasia Vampire
Adalia Braydon
as Pretty Girl
Vitta Quinn
as Bride
Kellie Aiken
as Young Republican Hostess
Kevin Alejandro
as Jesus Velasquez
Alisha Snider
as Autumn
Tyler Ecklund
as Vamp Camp Test Subject
Erik Passoja
as Sickly-Looking Vampire/Stanley
Martin Spanjers
as Young Sam
Amanda Walion
as Church Patron
Chris Ormond
as Fast Food H-Vamp
Lauren Weedman
as La Donna
Brandon James
as Boy
John Prosky
as David Finch
Mitchell Edmonds
as Nudist Man
Kherington Payne
as Angelica
Misha Gonz-Cirkl
as Witch #4
Sahara Dawn Ealy
as Sophie-Anne's Slave
Erica Gimpel
as Faerie Elder
Stephen Jared
as Man in Bar
Andrew Thacher
as Officer Innes
Kandis Mak
as White Room Vampire
Nondumiso Tembe
as Mavis
Dan Sachoff
as U.S. Rep Charles Bunn
Ed Quinn
as Stan
John F. Schaffer
as Sav-A-Bunch Manager/Sav-a-Bunch Manager
Neil Hopkins
as Claude Crane
Roger Manix
as Nearby Stranger
Kelly Overton
as Rikki Naylor
Bradley Dodds
as Lloyd
John H L Viking
as Faerie Warrior
Vedette Lim
as Naomi
James McCauley
as Paul McClatchy
Heather Fox
as Missy
Kyle Smithson
as Christian Cult Member
Brett Lorenzini
as Troy
Ashley McCarthy
as Vampire Couple
Brandon Henschel
as Dancer #2
Cory Tucker
as Recruitment Officer
Miranda Downey
as Prostitute
Terry F. Smith
as Brothel Patron
Clint Culp
as Vampire Hank
Helen Slayton-Hughes
as Caroline Bellefleur
Cullen Douglas
as Mitch Merlotte
Wes Brown
as Luke McDonald
Taber Cross
as Bartender
Aaron Christian Howles
as Rocky Cleary
Jonathan Spencer
as Man in Bar
Bill Tangradi
as Cole
Gilbert Owuor
as Minus
Loanne Bishop
as Female Maker
Matt Easton
as Vampire Council Member
Scott Alan Smith
as Dr. Offutt
Chris Tomlinson
as Confederate Soldier
Dawn Olivieri
as Janice Herveaux
Lindsey Haun
as Hadley Hale
Yutaka Takeuchi
as Yuske/Yakuza
Matthew Brady
as Festival of Tolerance Attendee
Melody Butiu
as Dr. Isani
Ron Kari
as Biker Gang Member
Patrick Gallagher
as Chow
Amelia Rose Blaire
as Willa Burrell
Grant Bowler
as Cooter
Jennifer Wenger
as Lindsey
Elise Robertson
as Rita
Molly Burnett
as Amanda
Alice Ensor
as Customer #1
Peter A. Chevako
as Puppeteer #2
Sam Schuder
as 11 Year Old Faerie Girl #2
Russ Hunt
as Sookie's Date #1
Peter Macdissi
as Luis Patiño
Jodie Turner-Smith
as Siren #2
Sarah Scott
as Frances
James Lewis
as Minus' Brother
Adrienne McQueen
as Christian Cult Member
Raoul Max Trujillo
as Longshadow
Christian Calloway
as Strongman
Kristina Anapau
as Maurella
Lily Knight
as Mrs. Betty Harris
Drew Rausch
as Julian Fortenberry
Kurtis Bedford
as Robbie
Marc Yellin
as Vampire Couple
Alexandra Breckenridge
as Katerina Pelham
Nathan Parsons
as James
Eric Jungmann
as Chip
Michelle Forbes
as Maryann Forrester/Woman in the Road
Diahnna Nicole Baxter
as Witch #1
Joseph Uzzell
as Chef
Jonathan Baron
as Jonathan
Chad Todhunter
as Trevor
Massi Furlan
as Nizar
J. Kimo Arbas
as Fangtasia Bar Guest
Bethany Regan
as Young Parent
Myk Watford
as Bunkie Police Officer
Kimberly Ables Jindra
as Hot Shot Citizen
Lily Bigham
as Young Sookie
Rebecca Klingler
as Margaret Compton
Christian Pitre
as Victoria
David Hutchison
as Biker Vamp
Lawrence O'Donnell
as Lawrence O'Donnell
Kofi Natei
as Ruscio
Bruno Gunn
as Hep V Vampire
Christopher Shand
as Boy Soldier of the Sun
Marina Benedict
as Veronica
Chris Jai Alex
as AKA Officer Trap/Security Guard
Fredrik Ejemo
as Gunnar
Lynne Jacobellis
as Tara's Birthday Party Guest
Angele Caron
as Goblin
Anastasia Ganias
as Tracy
Joseph Goode
as Faerie
Dawn Stern
as Cat Ingerslev
Avion Baker
as Young Tara
Natasha Alam
as Yvetta
Becky Thyre
as Peach
Shaun J. Brown
as Bruce
Keenan Henson
as Guard Wickline
Bryan Becker
as Louie
Xavier Clarke
as Anti Vampire Task Force
David Pryor
as Merlotte's Bar Patron
Fiona Dourif
as Casey
Laura Miro
as White Room Vampire
Cheryl Lyone
as Vampire Dancer GO-GO Dancer
Hans Howes
as Elderly DGD Member
Jorge Diaz
as Husband
Levon Rector
as Faerie
Robert Parks-Valletta
as Sookie's Date #2
Valenzia Algarin
as Maria
Gary Holland
as Male Receptionist
Ismael 'East' Carlo
as Don Santiago
Scott Thomson
as Mr. Rakestraw
Lyssa Prine
as Woman in Bar
Chris Bauer
as Andy Bellefleur
Aisha Hinds
as Miss Jeanette
Ryan Novak
as Dancer #2
Stephen Monroe Taylor
as Prisoner Jimmy
Linn Bjornland
as Niall's Mother
Jordan Walker Ross
as Hot Shot Citizen
Keone Young
as Hido Takahashi
Kendall Jones
as Anguished Woman
Brian Patrick Mulligan
as Louis Bodehouse
Christina Scherer
as Occupy Girl
Jake Levy
as Merlotte's Bus Boy
Rich The Lion Gephart
as Republican
Amber Dawn Landrum
as Caroline Compton
Christina Moore
as Suzanne McKittrick
Tahmus Rounds
as Drunk Man
Victoria Ryle
as Parishioner
Valerie Cruz
as Isabel
Edward Coupland
as Faerie Warrior
Bill Maher
as Bill Maher
Layla Crawford
as Young Tara
B.J. Bales
as Aide
Paul Haitkin
as Man
Kiva Jump
as Nurse Hastigan
Jessica Tuck
as Nan Flanagan
Annie Abrams
as Nole Bride-to-Be
Betsy Rue
as Shawnelle
Elsi Eng
as Honolulu Vampire
Ranae Shepherd
as Hannah Cleary
Todd Giebenhain
as Junior
Vinnie Varone
as DEA Agent
C.C. Sheffield
as Missy
Aubrey Deeker Hernandez
as Vampire
Heather George
as Corner Coach
David Atkinson
as Unsavory Vampire
Lynn Collins
as Dawn Green
Lois Smith
as Adele Stackhouse
Zenali Turner
as Young Sookie
Skyler Hart
as Faerie Archer
Sam Adler
as Team Captain #2
Rick Overton
as Stewart Shelby
Ben Lemon
as Jordan Hamby
Justin Reed
as Dog Fight Spectator
George Gerdes
as Sid Matt Lancaster
Nick Stellate
as Vampire Inmate
E.J. Callahan
as Luther
Lisbeth Scott
as Singing Faerie
Victor of Aquitaine
as Crazed Vampire
Lorna Scott
as Sav-A-Bunch Shopper
Paul Gregory
as Physician #1
John Billingsley
as Mike Spencer
Brent Chase
as Camp Guard
James Seaman
as Frenzier
Chloe East
as 11 Year Old Faerie Girl #3
Stephanie McVay
as Vampire Talk Show Host
Hal Ozsan
as King Charles II
Matt Cook
as Jessie
Maria Katre Osler
as Vivian
Robert Dill
as Skinhead Vampire
Robert Lee Bell
as Spanish Peasant
Sean Michael Guess
as Homer
Janeé Crump
as Battered Woman
Sarah Amos
as Faerie
Dallas James
as Starving Vampire
Jon Komp Shin
as Yakuza
Shannon Holtzapffel
as Dancer
Manuel Pablo Arnao
as Faerie
Dane DeHaan
as Timbo
Robert Kazinsky
as Macklyn Warlow/Ben Flynn
Val Emanuel
as Day Walking Vampire
Daniel Gillies
as Jon
Claudia Graf
as Female Bodyguard
John Henry Canavan
as Good Old Boy Vampire
Nicholas Gonzalez
as Jerry
Hubert Hodgin
as Connor Farley
Caitlin Carmichael
as Little Girl
Raven Armando Astone
as Vampire Dancer
Dean Norris
as Leon
Sam Horrigan
as Fangbanger
Paulette Patterson
as Female Paramedic
Lara Pulver
as Claudine Crane
Kevin McHale
as Neil Jones
Derek Ray
as Brent
Mandy Levin
as Nurse
Merritt Yohnka
as Chauffeur
Alexander Skarsgård
as Eric Northman
James Parks
as Mack Rattray
Bryan Dechart
as Dave
Troy Vincent
as Lab Coat Scientist
Charlaine Harris
as Infomercial Sound Mixer/Woman at Merlotte's
Elizabeth Ouimette
as Female Prisoner
Robert Catrini
as Vampire Lawyer
Kim Swennen
as Well Dressed Woman
Suzanne Rico
as Suzanne Rico
Sienna Farall
as Nikki
Bryan Lay
as Gangster Lover
Damion Poitier
as Duprez
Julia Faye Fisher
as Female Vigilante
Joey Courteau
as Fangbanger
Bill Oberst Jr.
as Dog Fight Trainer
Brook Kerr
as Tara Thornton
Price Carson
as Mean Looking Frenzier
Conor O'Farrell
as Judge Clements
Lorin McCraley
as GrabbitQuik Clerk/F.W.
Gwen Stewart
as Mrs. Stewart
Alexander Christensen
as Faerie/Goblin
Kim McKean
as Younger Woman
Jaren Mitchell
as Cabbie
Cameron Barsanti
as Screaming Man
Boo Arnold
as Security Chief
Alex Mendoza
as vampire
David Bickford
as Reverend Skinner
Brett Rice
as Paul Mills
Lawrence Adimora
as Jemarcus Kessler
Johnny Ray Gill
as Tyrese
Monte Rex Perlin
as Jimmy
Kelsey Farrar
as Faerie
Danielle Yu
as Somchai
Ted Welch
as Joe Bob
Tiffany Belanger
as Female Vampire
Matthew Holmes
as Charles Dupont
Chris Butler
as Emory Broome
Michael Scott Brennan
as Guy
Gregorio
as Shane
Betsy Baker
as Midwife
Rosemary Garris
as Bargirl
Dave Marlin
as Iraqi Teen
Stephen Root
as Eddie Gauthier
Jenni Blong
as Michelle Stackhouse
Austin M. Webb
as Pool Player
Robin Hines
as Harley
Vincent M. Ward
as Hollis
Zoran Korach
as Hayes
Maz Jobrani
as Moroccan Proprietor
Phil Reeves
as General Cavanaugh
Eurlyne Epper
as Woman in Bar
Pamela Drake Wilson
as Republican Fundraiser
Cal Gibson
as Older Black Vampire
Robert Amjarv
as Bus Boy
Amber Hay
as Sophie-Anne's Slave
Linc Hand
as Officer Stutz
Lauren E. Gates
as Frenzy Guest/Possessed Guest
Luis Alberto Aracena
as Vampire SWAT
Thea Andrews
as Local Bon Temps Reporter/Thea Andrews
Scarlett Burke
as Cocktail Waitress
David Barnes
as Naked Male Prisoner
Dan Buran
as Marcus Bozeman
David Lewis
as Teenage Customer
Gabrielle N. Brown
as Sara Compton
William Pierce
as Mob Member
Tarah Paige
as Kathy
Carlson Young
as Tammy
Cindy Drummond
as Townsperson
Sitara Attaie
as Dounia
Brooke Bickford
as High End Vampire
Joshua Cooper
as Yoga Student
Scott Foley
as Patrick Devins
Shawn Habibi
as Prisoner
Isabella Kai
as Sarah Compton
James Royce Edwards
as Sgt. Kinney
Austin Hébert
as Virgil
Jim Parrack
as Hoyt Fortenberry
Briana Berlingeri
as Three Year Old Girl #1
Fred Fein
as Frenzer
Sarah Blevins
as Tourist
Drew Hellenthal
as Young Werewolf
Keram Malicki-Sánchez
as Elijah Stormer
Silvia Curiel
as Witch #3
Hallock Beals
as Jerk at Bar
Melissa Rauch
as Summer
Lizzy Caplan
as Amy Burley
Max Barsness
as Buddy
Gabriella Wright
as Sylvie
Judy Dinella
as Vampire Seductress
John Burke
as Jerry McCafferty
Henry Hereford
as Marc
Anna Paquin
as Sookie Stackhouse
Milli Moto
as Church Girl
Brayden McDonell
as Baby Girl Stackhouse
Ryan Kwanten
as Jason Stackhouse
Duane Garrett
as LAVTF Guard
Lynly Ehrlich
as Leaving Witch
Willow Hale
as Hot Shot Citizen
Helen Sadler
as Claudija
Jessy Hodges
as Mustard
Alissa Jessup
as Prisoner Kate
Carson Aune
as Travis
Ethan Phillips
as Parish Coroner
Jack Krizmanich
as Ludis
Connor Barrett
as Collin
Eugenia Kuzmina
as Faerie
Caleb Moody
as Royce
Tyne Stecklein
as Dancer/Lilianne
Scott Klace
as Jimmy
Paul Grace
as Brothel Bartender
Danielle James
as Randi Sue
Louis Ozawa
as Hiroki
Sharon Tay
as News Anchor/News Show Moderator
Sean Bridgers
as Big Bobby
Ugo Bianchi
as Head Priest
Shaun W. Loeser
as Soldier of the Sun
Eric Shackelford
as Wild Biker
Cheryl White
as Mrs. Hamby
William Morse
as Werewolf
Abbie Cobb
as Lindsey
Geovanni Gopradi
as Finch's Detail Guy
Jamie Gray Hyder
as Danielle
David Landry
as Camp Guard #2
Robert Patrick
as Jackson Herveaux
Katherine M. O'Connor
as Wiccan
Carryl Lynn
as Hillbilly
Ana Valverde
as King's Courtesan #1
Everest Ling
as Sophie-Anne's Slave
Stacie Greenwell
as Mrs. Goodwin
Bryan Moore
as Drummer
Clay Wilcox
as Ernie
Paul Rae
as Dark Figure
Ashlynn Yennie
as Lady Courtesan
Bryant Romo
as AHQ Guard #2
Antonio Hudnell
as Dancer
Lilac Emery-Haynes
as Young Sookie
Kim Ridley
as Table Dancer
Liz Forde
as Mary Beth Grant
Nick Lanzisera
as Dancer
Jen Pierce
as Weregirl
Earl Billings
as Buster
Sylvianne Chebance
as Were-Bitch
Sam Trammell
as Sam Merlotte
Ashley Jones
as Daphne Landry
Jurnee Smollett
as Nicole Wright
Ciara Huntington
as Hot Shot Child
Mark Viniello
as Dentist
William Schallert
as Mayor Norris
Hugo Medina
as LAVTF Officer #1
Deborah Ann Woll
as Jessica Hamby
Terrell Lee
as Mr. Stewart
Valentina Cervi
as Salome Agrippa
Matt Riedy
as Sgt. Mitch Coburn
Robert Baker
as Mack
Steve Rankin
as Gordon Pelt
Will Yun Lee
as Mr. Gus
Rick Cramer
as Robert Rollins
Ben Decker
as High Class Vampire
Chloe Noelle
as Emma Garza
Greg Collins
as Gabe
Joe Manganiello
as Alcide Herveaux
Allan Hyde
as Godric
Poncho Hodges
as Officer Trap
William Sanderson
as Sheriff Bud Dearborne
Todd Lowe
as Terry Bellefleur
Missy Doty
as Vonetta
Jessica Stroup
as Kelly/Sorority Girl
Mark Blayney
as Fangtasia Bartender
Ingo Neuhaus
as Camp Guard #1/Mac Gilvary
Katelin Chesna
as Taryn
Andrea Harrison
as Carol
Michael Steger
as Tony
Autumn Federici
as Fairy
Selina MacDonald
as Stephanie Hunter
Ian Hutton
as Male Vigilante
James Frain
as Franklin Mott
Deon Hayman
as Parishioner
Erin Alexis
as Washcloth Helen
Bess Armstrong
as Nancy Mills
Antonio D. Charity
as Secret Serviceman
Brendan Patrick Connor
as Man with Beer
Danyon Huntington
as Hot Shot Child
Peter Franzén
as Hrolf
Dennis Keiffer
as Possessed Man/Possessed Party Guest
Colleen Craig
as Dancer

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2008 | 12 Episodes

Season 2

2009 | 12 Episodes

Season 3

2010 | 12 Episodes

Season 4

2011 | 12 Episodes

Season 5

2012 | 12 Episodes

Season 6

2013 | 10 Episodes

Season 7

2014 | 10 Episodes

Media

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Awards

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Satellite Awards 2008

Winner

Satellite Awards

Best Actress in a Series, Drama

Winner

Satellite Awards

Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2009

Nominee

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series

Nominee

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best Actress on Television

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