Sookie Stackhouse, Bill Compton and Eric Northman have a lot of new company headed their way when "True Blood" returns for its fourth season next summer.
Deadline reports that "Hawthorne" actress Christina Moore is joining the HBO vampire drama in the recurring role of Suzanne McKittrick, a WASP-y Texas housewife who, unsurprisingly, isn't without her own certain set of special abilities. She'll film her arc on "True Blood" during her hiatus from "Hawthorne," which is scheduled to begin production on its third season this spring.
Two other actors have joined the cast of "True Blood" as well, including "Lost" alumnus Neil Hopkins and "The Good Wife" actor Chris Butler. Find out more about their roles after the jump!
Neil, recently seen in the sci-fi film "Skyline," is playing Claude, brother of Claudine, the mysterious leader of the equally enigmatic fairies seen in season three. Claudine is played by Lara Pulver. Seems like Neil, who played Dominic Monaghan's brother on "Lost," is getting in on some fairy action himself.
Chris, meanwhile, is joining the cast in the recurring role of Emory, described by Deadline as "a prissy and conservative shapeshifter with his own agenda." Chris is not the first new shapeshifter to join the "True Blood" cast for season four, as Janina Gavankar signed up last month to play shape-shifting public school teacher Luna.
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