No list of the sexiest women of 'True Blood' would be complete without Bon Temps' resident fairy, Sookie Stackhouse. Actress Anna Paquin is without a doubt one of the most gorgeous women on TV, playing Sookie with the perfect mix of innocence and ass-kicking supernatural abilities. She tames the savage vampire, werewolf and any other male being in Bon Temps with ease (and her fairy attributes).
Some of the actresses on this list are regular 'True Blood' cast members, including Deborah Ann Woll (Jessica), Kristin Bauer van Straten (Pam), Rutina Wesley (Tara) and Carrie Preston (Arlene). Others, like Lizzy Caplan (Amy), Evan Rachel Wood (Sophie-Anne) and Anna Camp (Crystal) only appeared in a few episodes -- but they were hot, so they make the list, easily.
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Character: Jessica Hamby is a teen vampire with an attitude. She's very sweet, but she has a rebellious streak a mile wide. She was only 17 years old when she was turned by vampire Bill Compton, and now she's his responsibility (one that gives Bill headaches, regularly). Jessica fell in love with, and moved in with Hoyt Fortenberry. She became restless and eventually broke up with Hoyt -- and then, she slept with his best friend, Jason Stackhouse. Jessica may or may not be in love with Jason. At the moment, she's living the dream: A perpetual teenager with super-human vampire abilities.
Background: Actress Deborah Ann Woll appeared in several TV shows in bit parts ('ER,' 'My Name is Earl,' 'CSI' and 'The Mentalist') before landing the coveted role of Jessica on HBO's 'True Blood.' Her film credits include 2010's 'Mother's Day' and the 2012 comedies 'Ruby Sparks' and 'Highland Park.'
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Credits (TV): True Blood, Daredevil, A Drop of True Blood
Birthplace: New York City, New York, United States of America
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Character: Sophie-Anne Leclerq was the Vampire Queen of Louisiana. Things were going really well for Sophie-Anne for a while, but her kingdom fell on hard financial times, forcing her to agree to marry Russell Edgington, the Vampire King of Mississippi. Merging the two kingdoms would benefit both, greatly, increasing their power. When Russell vanished, Sophie-Anne took control of both kingdoms. Controlling and, quite frankly, a little mentally "off," Sophie-Anne was eventually killed, with help from Bill Compton.
Background: Evan Rachel Wood's appearance on 'True Blood' was a memorable one, and Sophie-Anne was a sexy, alluring vampire. Wood has appeared in numerous films, including 'The Ides of March,' 'Across the Universe' and 'The Wrestler,' among others. She was nominated for an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe award for her work in the HBO miniseries 'Mildred Pierce.'
Credits (TV): True Blood, Once and Again, Profiler, Mildred Pierce
Birthplace: Raleigh, North Carolina, United States of America
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Character: Sookie Stackhouse is a life-long resident of Bon Temps, and she's got some unusual abilities. Sookie is a telepath -- she can read minds, and sometimes this gets a little noisy. She's also part fairy, and her fae qualities attract vampires to her like bees to honey. Sookie is one lucky lady: She's hooked up with vampires Bill Compton and Eric Northman, and she definitely has serious chemistry with super-hot werewolf Alcide Herveaux.
Background: Actress Anna Paquin was an Oscar winner before she was 12 years old, having taken home a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for her role in the 1993 drama 'The Piano.' Paquin has portrayed Sookie Stackhouse on 'True Blood' from the beginning, and she's married to her co-star, Stephen Moyer (Bill Compton).
Credits (TV): True Blood, A Drop of True Blood
Birthplace: Winnipeg, Canada
Nationality: Canada, New Zealand
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Character: Luna Garza is a shapeshifter who was married to (now deceased) Shreveport werewolf pack leader Marcus Bozeman. She and Marcus have a young daughter, Emma. Luna left Marcus and wound up involved with Sam Merlotte. Luna is a shapeshifter with a twist: She's a "skinwalker," meaning she can shift into anything -- including humans.
Background: If actress Janina Gavankar looks familiar, she should: Gavankar is Ms. Dewey! Yes, that's right: Gavankar is the actress who portrayed Ms. Dewey in the Microsoft viral marketing campaign launched back in 2006. Gavankar has appeared in several television series, including 'The L Word,' 'The League' and ABC's short-lived series 'The Gates,' among others.
Credits (TV): True Blood, The League, The Gates, The Mysteries of Laura Showbiz India
Birthplace: Joliet, Illinois, United States of America
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Character: Amy Burley was a college dropout who immediately set her sights on Jason Stackhouse. The two met at Fangtasia, where Amy introduced Jason to the "wonders" of V. Jason was smitten with Amy, and helped get her a waitress job at Merlotte's. Unfortunately, Jason and Amy's addiction to V proves her undoing. Together, they kidnap poor, sweet vampire Eddie and keep him alive as a continual V donor. Sadly, Amy eventually stakes Eddie, upsetting Jason greatly. Amy eventually becomes another victim of serial killer Drew Marshall (aka Rene Lenier).
Background: Actress Lizzy Caplan's turn on 'True Blood' was short but very memorable, and her character of Amy was a troubled, interesting one. Caplan has appeared in several major movies, including 'Mean Girls,' 'Hot Tub Time Machine,' '127 Hours' and 'Cloverfield.' She's also appeared in several TV shows, including 'Freaks and Geeks,' 'Tru Calling' and 'Party Down.' Caplan is the longtime girlfriend of actor Matthew Perry.
Credits (TV): Masters of Sex, Party Down, Related, The Class The Pitts
Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, United States of America
Nationality: United States of Americasee more on Lizzy Caplan
Character: Sam Merlotte has employed a slew of extremely hot waitresses at Merlotte's, but few were hotter than Daphne Landry. Imagine Sam's glee when he realized that Daphne was a fellow shapeshifter! These two strike up a really hot romance, but unfortunately for Sam, Daphne wasn't who she appeared to be. Daphne was under Maenad Maryann Forrester's influence. Maryann used Daphne to lure Sam to his doom (as a sacrifice). Eggs eventually cuts out Daphne's heart and Maryann feeds it to Eggs and his girlfriend, Tara (ew, right?).
Background: Actress Ashley Jones was a longtime member of the daytime TV family, with major roles on CBS' 'The Young and the Restless' (as Megan) and 'The Bold and the Beautiful' (as Bridget Forrester). In addition to her stint on 'True Blood,' Jones has appeared on the TV shows 'The Mentalist,' 'Bones,' 'FlashForward' and 'House, M.D.'
Credits (TV): The Young and the Restless, The Bold and the Beautiful
Birthplace: Memphis, Tennessee, United States of America
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Character: Some of the hottest guys on 'True Blood' come with baggage, aka psycho ex-girlfriends, and Debbie Pelt fits that bill. Debbie was the werewolf ex of Alcide Herveaux, and she had some serious jealousy issues. Namely, she hated Sookie Stackhouse. Debbie and Alcide were engaged for a while -- long before Debbie started dabbling in V. When Alcide began showing interest in Sookie, Debbie simply lost it: She tried to kill Sookie not once, but twice -- nearly succeeding the second time, only to shoot Tara Thornton instead. Sookie killed Debbie in the season four 'True Blood' finale.
Background: Brit Morgan's time on 'True Blood' was short, but memorable. Before joining the 'True Blood' cast, Morgan bad minor roles on the TV shows 'CSI: NY' and 'Cold Case,' and a starring role on the ABC Family sci-fi show 'The Middleman.' Since 'True Blood,' Morgan appeared on ABC's 'Desperate Housewives.'
Credits (TV): True Blood, The Middleman, Quitters
Birthplace: Marlton, New Jersey, United States of America
Nationality: United States of Americasee more on Brit Morgan
Credits (TV): True Blood, The Mindy Project
Birthplace: Aiken, South Carolina, United States of America
Nationality: United States of Americasee more on Anna Camp