Lindsey Haun Joins the Cast of 'True Blood'
Lindsey Haun Joins the Cast of 'True Blood'
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Lindsey Haun, singer and the former lead vocalist of hard rock band 7th Fall, has just landed herself a new TV gig. She's set to join the cast of True Blood for at least three episodes this season and will appear as Sookie's cousin Hadley.

At this point, there is no word yet on why cousin Hadley is being brought into the picture. But according to Haun, she's also filmed scenes with Stephen Moyer, Alexander Skarsgard, and Evan Rachel Wood so her debut on the HBO vampire series must be quite intriguing. 


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On her MySpace page Haun wrote:

"First of all, True Blood! Sooooo... our guitar player, Sarah Carter, was on episode 2 of this season, season 2, with her other band Rocket!! The episode is called "Get This Party Started" and Rocket is the back up band for the Christian rock singer chick. it's pretty funny... and kinda wrong actually... in a good way. But wait there's more!!! I, Lindsey Haun, will be on the last 2 episodes of the season! well actually, technically, 3. We shot about 3 weeks ago and it was amazing! I LOVE Alan Ball and the directors i got to work with, Michael Cuesta and Daniel Minahan! The crew was so incredibly nice and professional and hard working. What a treat to be on that set! I can't tell you much because i don't want to give the story away but i can tell you that i play Hadley Hale, Sookie Stackhouse's (Anna Paquin) cousin. I got to work with Stephen Moyer, Alexander Skarsgard, and drum roll please... Evan Rachel Wood. i can't tell you who she plays but i can tell you that she's awesome! They're all awesome! Anyway, i really want to work with all of them again so please watch the show and tell them that you want me on it more! lol!"

Although her expertise lies in the music circuit, this isn't Haun's first acting debut. She has appeared in Desperate Rescue: The Cathy Mahone Story, in John Carpenter's remake of the 1960 film Village of the Damned and in 1997 she appeared in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Real Life," just to name a few.



-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Lindsey's Myspace, trueblood-online.com
(Image courtesy of Lindsey's Myspace)

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