SPOILERS: Season 4 Adds Former Beauty Queen to the Cast Line-Up

January 12, 2011 by  

Former Miss Columbia Paola Turbay Will Vamp it Up on True Blood

Paola Turbay will play Antonia on season 4 of True BloodThank Godric it’s 2011. We are that much closer to the premiere of season 4 of True Blood and you know what that means. The spoilers are really going to start biting now! Former Miss Columbia and Miss Universe runner-up Paola (Paula) Turbay has just been added to the season 4 cast and will be playing Antonia. Other than her name and the fact that she speaks fluent Spanish, no other details have been given about Turbay’s character, but for those of us who have read the Sookie Stackhouse book series, we can certainly speculate about who Antonia is going to be. Warning: if you haven’t read the books, then please don’t read any further!

In the fourth book, ‘Dead to the World‘, Eric and Sookie fans win big. This book is pivotal in the relationship between the viking and the waitress: Sookie finds Eric running down the road with no memory, so she takes him home and the two “play house” for the majority of the book. Meanwhile, Bill is off on a secret vampire mission in Peru trying to gain details for the social network he’s been working on. Granted, readers don’t really know what Bill is actually up to in South America since the books are written from Sookie’s perspective, but that’s where the TV series really kicks things up a notch. There’s no way creator and director Alan Ball will gloss over Bill’s southern rendezvous, which is surely where Antonia will bare her fangs. We can only speculate the stunner will play a vampire that Bill meets up with, but there will no doubt be other twists involved.

What we do know is that Antonia will appear in episodes two through six.  What do you think Truebies? Who is Antonia and what role will she play in season 4?

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