HBO's "True Blood" has added new names in its cast list for the final season. The latest to join is the newcomer, Brett Lorenzini. He has been roped in to portray the role of Troy.
The character of Troy is expected to appear in the premiere episode of "True Blood" Season 7. As reported earlier, the premiere episode is called "Jesus Gonna be Here." Troy is not the only new character in the premiere episode.
According to a leaked Casting Sheet of the premiere episode, the new faces that will appear in the premiere episode are:
Vince: He is in his 40s. He has been described as "burly is a rabid anti-vampire vigilante." The actor playing Vince will be a guest star and is likely to have a recurring role. Vince will be a member of the tea party and have poltical visions.
Lou: This early 20s, male, blue collar character is a member of Vince's vigilante group who goes on patrol with him and several others. Lou will have a recurring role. According to the casting sheet, "he's aggressive but not dangerous."
MACK: This character is in his Early 30s and the casting sheet describes him as a "motley human." He is an angry vigilante who joins Vince's group and goes on patrol with him. The role is a recurring one.
NIZOR: This Persian man is in his late 30s to 50s. According to the casting sheet, this burly vampire will be involved in a game of Russian roulette in a Moroccan bar derives courage and comfort from his faith in Allah. The actor playing the role of Nizor will be a guest star.
Unnamed Proprietor: This Persian male, a proprietor of a Moroccan bar, will be in late 40s to 50s. This man will have a thick accent. He orchestrates a game of Russian roulette for his patrons' amusement, according to the casting sheet. The actor playing the role will be a guest star.
Jerome: He is in his 30s to 40s. The casting sheet describes him as "strong, aggressive Trucker H-vamp." He will be lifting a woman into the air and takes off. The actor to play Jerome will be roped in as a co-star.
Ronnie: This man in his 20s is a tall dangerous vampire who devours humans. Roped in as a co-star, the actor playing Ronnie will have a recurring role.
In addition, a potential love interest for Eric will be introduced in the second episode. The episode 2 casting sheet describes the beautiful woman as French and in her 20s. Meanwhile, Lafayette Reynolds will be in a serious relationship with vampire boyfriend, called Drake.
The filming on the final season of "True Blood" is scheduled to begin in January, 2014. The final season consists of 10 episodes and will air sometime in summer, 2014. The final season, according to reports, will return to its original theme: "for every vampire, a human; for every human, a vampire."
Stephen Moyer is directing the premiere episode of "True Blood" final season.
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