As vampire king Russell Edgington, Denis O'H are has always been one of the best parts of True Blood's third season, whether he was seducing vampires to the dark side, wooing Sophie-Anne into marriage, or calming his tempestuous companion-for-life, Talbot. Now that Talbot's death has sent Russell spinning, O'H are's work has reached new, dizzying heights, culminating in last week's instant-classic monologue about vampire superiority, which O'H are delivered while holding a bloody spinal cord.
Denis O’Hare, who plays Russell Edgington, the 3,000-year-old vampire king of Mississippi, galloped into this season of True Blood on horseback in a crested blazer, charming us with his luscious accent, old-world manners, and mercur... Read Post
As the vampire Russell Edgington, actor Denis O'Hare wreaks havoc as season five of "True Blood" builds to another bloody finale. Speakeasy caught up with the actor to discuss his new play, "Into the Woods," which is being performed... Read Post