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Kelly Overton Talks About Her Character, the New Sexy Werewolf, ‘Rikki’

Posted on the 25 May 2012 by Thevault @The_Vault

Kelly Overton Talks About Her Character, the New Sexy Werewolf, ‘Rikki’Kelly Overton has been cast as the newest and very sexy new werewolf named Rikki.  Recently, Kelly spoke to “The Clicker,” about her new role and below we have a portion of that interview.  She starts out by discussing a possible new romance between her character and Joe Manganiello’s, Alcide.

“All I can say is that everybody knows Alcide (Joe Manganello) is holding a candle for Sookie (Anna Paquin),” Kelly Overton, who plays Rikki on the show this summer, told

And who is to say that he is even (Rikki’s) type? She definitely lives life a little more on the edge than he does. It is definitely going to take a unique sort of person/being to catch Rikki’s eye and actually keep her interest.

Overton — a former high-school track star and mother of a 1-year-old girl — describes her character as “tough and resourceful.

Rikki is pretty much the polar opposite of a damsel in distress,” she told “You don’t want to be on her bad side, that is for sure!

“When we meet Rikki, she is not in the best of moods. Her pack master has gone missing,” Overton explained. “That is a pretty big deal in her world. She is pretty determined. She won’t let anyone or anything get in the way of finding out what happened to him.

Overton also noted that in the upcoming season, viewers will finally meet the Authority, the vampire council that rules over all bloodsuckers.

“We really kind of see the politics and the power struggle between the Authority’s agenda — which is to drink Tru Blood and mainstream this society with humans. You know, coexist. We see that and the fundamentalist vampires, who are subscribing to beliefs that they are superior to humans. Humans are merely a food source,” she added.

So this season is really different in that there is a lot of politically charged drama, which is something that always existed within the show, but until now they never really fully explored it and all the impact it will have on the characters. … There is a lot of characters asking what side are they on.”
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