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Alexander Skarsgård Was Nervous Starting True Blood

Posted on the 31 May 2011 by Thevault @The_Vault

Alexander Skarsgård is interviewed by Win Butler, lead singer of the band Arcade Fire, for Interview Magazine.

Lucky for us Alex is not tired yet of playing Eric Northman: “I think the writing on the show is so good that it keeps me interested. I was nervous when I first started True Blood because if you do a play or a movie, you know the complete arc of the character. You can see the end. But with a show like True Blood, you don’t know what’s going to happen. We’re shooting season four, and I don’t even know how it’s going to end because they write it as we’re shooting it. So I was nervous. I didn’t know how it would be to live with a character for years, because I’ve never experienced that before. What happens if you wake up after two years, and you’re like, “Oh, God. I’m over this guy”? But the writing is so good, and they keep surprising me. Plus, we only shoot for six or seven months out of the year, so there is time to try other things as well. That gives me a chance to not only go home and see my family, but also work on movies or do a play where I can dive into a different world and then come back to True Blood kind of rejuvenated.”

An excerpt of the interview is available on the Interview Magazine website.

Alexander Skarsgård was nervous starting True Blood


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