“True Blood’s” Deborah Ann Woll sheds some light on season 3

Hollywoodnews.com: Deborah Ann Woll, 25, who plays teen-turned-vampire Jessica Hamby on HBO’s “True Blood,” opened up the coffin, err provided some insight on season three.

First off, Jessica’s vampire creator, Bill (Stephen Moyer), has been kidnapped on the night that he was expected to propose to Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin).

Speaking with the New York Daily News, here’s what the Brooklyn-native had to say:

“ [Producer] Alan Ball has said before that this season is about identity, and I think that’s what’s happening for Jessica. It’s a lot about discovering more about my vampiric nature versus my human nature and what’s the right balance for Jessica. Bill [Stephen Moyer] has chosen a very mainstream human kind of existence, and Eric [Alexander Skarsgard] has chosen a very vampire existence. Every member of the undead has to find their own personal [path], And Jessica’s working her way through that this season.”

Also, despite having a string of good looking actors playing opposite her, i.e. Moyer, Alexander Skarsgard and Ryan Kwanton, Woll says it’s all professional on the set. In fact, she prefers time with her boyfriend who she met on Match.com. They’ve been an item for the last 2 ½ years.

In prepping for her role as a vampire, Woll confirmed that she actually watched animal attack footage.

“The very first situation that I had to portray was being a victim of an attack. That’s just something that humans don’t experience anymore — we’ve come out of the woods and we’re no longer being hunted. So I wanted to find a way to get that feeling of being hunted and something more powerful than you taking your life. I watched a lot of big cats and crocodiles take down deer and antelope.”

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