VIDEO: Allan Hyde Appears in New ‘Zoo Me Now’ Music Clip

September 29, 2014

Die For Me is the Latest Music Clip for Danish Band ‘Zoo Me Now’:

Allan Hyde stars as Godric in HBO's True BloodZoo Me Now is a band from Denmark that, according to their website, “plays rock music with a mix of influences and a raw unpolished sound inspired by bands like The White Stripes, Queens of the Stone Age, The Hives, Foo Fighters etc.” They are a four piece rock band that was formed in Copenhagen in 2013.

Recently they released their newest track, Die For Me. It is a great song, not only because the tune is a dirty rock fusion, but because the video clip for it features Allan Hyde (who played Eric Northman’s maker, Godric in HBO’s True Blood)!

The video clip also stars Julie Christiansen and Marie-Louise Werner. It was written, directed and edited by Nuka Woelk. Mads Junker was the Cinematographer. Hair and make up was done by Katja Krarup Andersen and the producers were Frederik Meincke Larsen and Nina Kirstine Strøm Nielsen.

You can check out the video clip below. All the social media links are included under that because i know you just love this song as much as I did! you can purchase this song from iTunes now by clicking here.

Social Media Links for Zoo Me Now:


Let me know what you think of Zoo Me Now and their video clip, Die For Me, featuring Allan Hyde, by commenting below!

Source: YouTube – Zoo Me Now – Die For Me

(Photo Credit: HBO Inc.)


Video: SyFy Germany Interviews at RingCon 2011

November 7, 2011

Sam Trammell, Nelsan Ellis and Allan Hyde:

Ring*Con banner 2011SyFy Germany was on hand at this year’s RingCon, and scored some interviews with three handsome fellas from True Blood. The actors who play Sam Merlotte, Lafayette, and Godric each spoke candidly about the show and their respective characters.

Don’t forget to check out SyFy’s YouTube channel for the rest of the video clips, on the right-hand side of the page.

 Sam Trammell on What True Blood is All About:

Nelsan Ellis on Playing a Homosexual:

Allan Hyde on Playing the Death of Godric:

A special thanks to Florian from SyFy Germany for the contribution!

Sources:, SyFy YouTube

Image: RingCon


True Blood Cast Members at Ring*Con 2011

October 4, 2011

Germany Has Gone True Blood:

Ring*Con banner 2011European Truebies, you can meet some of True Blood’s cast members at Ring*Con October 14-16, 2011 at the Hotel Maritim in Bonn, Germany. At Europe’s biggest fantasy convention there will be attendees from True Blood, Twilight, The Vampire Diaries, Xena, Buffy/Angel, and The Lord of the Rings. There will be Q&A sessions, autograph sessions, photo sessions, lectures, discussions, workshops, parties and a lot more.  At this year’s Ring*Con the cast members from True Blood are Sam Trammell, who plays the sexy shifter Sam Merlotte;  Allan Hyde who plays Godric, the maker of sexy vampire Eric; and Nelsan Ellis, who plays the feisty and lovable Lafayette Reynolds. Mariana Klaveno, who plays Lorena Krasikivampire Bill’s maker, was scheduled to attend but had to cancel. To see the full list of attendees or to get more info, please go to the official website

Well, I for one would love to attend. Let us know if you’re planning on going! Leave a comment in the comment section below.

Source: – Ring*Con news

(Image: Ring*Con)


True Blood Takes over England Convention!

August 23, 2011

Makers Godric and Lorena Will Attend Vampire Ball:

Allan Hyde as True Blood’s GodricBritish fans of HBO’s True Blood are in for a treat.  Mariana Klaveno, who played Bill’s maker Lorena, and Allan Hyde who played Eric’s maker Godric, will attend the Starfury convention The Vampire Ball which will be held from September 30 through October 2 at the Heathrow Renaissance Hotel in London, England.  There will be guest talks, photo and autograph sessions, competitions, make up displays, parties, and much more.  Other stars attending include Nicholas Brendon, Eliza Dushku, and Clare Kramer of Buffy the Vampire Slayer fame.  Lucky autograph seekers will be able to have one item signed by every actor or headline guest!  The “Vampire Ball” itself will be held on Saturday night.

Children under 7: free

Ages 7-14: $35

Regular tickets: $90

Gold: $160

For more information, please click here.

Truebies, let us know if you plan to attend the event in the comment section below.


(Photo Credit: HBO, Inc.)


Allan Hyde’s “Franky, Frankly” Poster Released

June 24, 2011

Allan Hyde True Blood Godric Franky Frankly Poster

True Blood’s Godric

A promotional poster for the short film “Franky, Frankly” featuring Allan Hyde (Eric Northman’s maker Godric in True Blood) has been released. It stars Mikandrew Perdaris and Bella Dayne.

The film, presented by Artistic Analogies Film Co., was directed by Matthew Anderson and produced by Kevin M. Slee. It is scheduled to be released in the summer.

Franky, Frankly

“Franky, Frankly” follows a young man drifting about the city, struggling to share something of meaning between his friend Madison and the beautiful, mysterious Chantal.

For more information on the film, please visit “Franky, Frankly”’s Facebook page.  []
Check out Artistic Analogies Film Co. on Twitter [] and Facebook [].

Poster Credits Franky, Frankly

Contribution Credit: Allan Hyde News


Video: Trailer for Allan Hyde’s Film “Franky, Frankly”

May 8, 2011

First Peek at Hyde’s New Movie:

Allan Hyde_miklos staboYou may only know him as Godric on HBO’s True Blood… his name is Allan Hyde, he’s a young Dane (only 21!), he’s a cutie patootie, and he’s got a new film coming out.  Titled Franky, Frankly, it also stars Mikandrew Perdaris and Bella Dayne.  We were lucky enough to land an interview with producer Kevin Slee, which you can read here, but if you prefer instant gratification, go ahead and watch the trailer below. You know you want to!

Franky, Frankly | Trailer from Artistic Analogies Film Co. on Vimeo.

Credit: Facebook
(Photo credit: Miklos Stabo)


Exclusive Interview with “Franky, Frankly” Producer Kevin Slee

April 29, 2011

The Inside Scoop on Allan Hyde’s New Film:

Allan Hyde in “Franky, Frankly”Fans of Allan Hyde rejoice —  you can see the actor who plays Godric, Eric Northman‘s maker on HBO‘s True Blood, in a new movie titled Franky, Frankly.  We were fortunate enough to land an interview with producer Kevin Slee, so read on for the inside scoop!

TBN: When did you know you wanted to do this kind of work? Did you try other things first or have you always known?

I have known for some times that I loved storytelling. When I was young, around the age of five, my parents began taking me to the theater to see films and musicals. I saw Beauty & The Beast and was mesmerized. From that age on I would film myself and direct my dad in filming me as I told and acted out stories – it all grew from there. When I was about sixteen I began thinking about this whole filmmaking thing as a career, it just seemed natural.

TBN: How long have you been involved in The Biz? What is your experience prior to this?

I don’t know if I’d necessarily call myself someone in “the biz”, but I’ve definitely been working as a filmmaker for some time now and have had the privilege of collaborating with a vast array of talented individuals. I have produced and/or directed over twenty short films, and more recently some of them have gotten a great deal of acclaim and feedback. I associate produced my first feature, Dispatch, which was directed by Emmy nominated filmmaker Steven Sprung. Currently, I work with film producer David Foster (The Mask of Zorro, The Thing, etc.) as a Development Executive. In the short film arena I recently produced Election Day, which stars Jordan Jacinto, Lexi Sakowitz, and Ari Stidham of ABC’s Huge. Further, I produced and directed The Secret Life of Jonathan Sky and then, of course, produced Franky, Frankly, which stars Allan Hyde of True Blood and actor Mikandrew Perdaris.

TBN: Is this your first movie? If not, what was? What was it about? Did it get released?

The first film I ever did was a short entitled The Petals & the Thorns. It starred Steven Sprung (Emmy nominated editor on shows such as Entourage, Community, Arrested Development, etc.) and Elliot Olson. It was a short film, and did not get any sort of distribution, but was a great learning experience.


Allan Hyde in “Franky, Frankly” 2

TBN: Who wrote Franky, Frankly? Did you read it and decide to do the short or did you have an idea and find a writer?

Franky, Frankly was first a short story written by our director, Matthew Anderson. From there, it was adapted for the screen and then brought to me to produce.

TBN: What’s the story about?

Franky, Frankly is a moral tale, in an ambiguous sense, a throw-back to Eric Rohmer’s “Six Moral Tales”. The film takes place in a night, following a young man (Mikandrew Perdaris) caught between two places – lost in the city as he is lost in his own head. It’s an inspection of Franky’s close relationship with Madison (Allan Hyde), and a girl that might be his salvation (Bella Dayne).

TBN: What was the best moment for you while creating this movie?

Working with everyone involved. I am very, very fortunate to be able to work with an incredibly talented team and have been able to utilize that team on film after film. My composer, John W. Snyder (, is my go to man. He did a wonderful job scoring and recording the soundtrack for the film and is signed on to the upcoming short, The Secret Life of Jonathan Sky. My sound designer, Eric Hoehn, adds a whole new dimension to how the film sounds, feels, etc. – it really does elevate the film into a whole new level. Lastly on the sound front, my score mixer, Grammy nominated Andy Hay (co-founder, Other Records), has been able to take what both Snyder and Hoehn have done and bring it all together.

Another wonderful aspect of working on this film was being able to collaborate with Matt. Matt is a confident filmmaker with a strong vision and a great attitude. Watching him work with Allan and Mikandrew was incredible, and the results show on the screen.

TBN: What was the worst moment?

Every film has its obstacles, but they are never moments that I would classify as “worst moment”… We know full well what we’re getting into when we set out to make a film – ups and downs are all apart of the process…

Allan Hyde in “Franky, Frankly”

TBN: What is the biggest thing you learned while doing this?

I learn something new on every film. I learn new ways of approaching the process, and by doing I better my craft, my team – It all just grows.

TBN: Where did you meet Allan?

I met Allan through Matt, our director. Allan came by and did a read with Mikandrew, and we went from there casting him in the film.

TBN: What’s it like to work with Allan?

Allan has been wonderful to work with and is a very talented actor. I have seen a few of Allan’s other shorts, and of course his work on True Blood. I am very pleased to have him on board for Franky, Frankly and very pleased to have him as a friend.

TBN: What’s Allan’s role in the movie?

Allan Hyde plays Madison, an affluent young man mourning the recent death of his brother. His desire to escape the situation is thwarted upon reuniting with Franky (Mikandrew Perdaris) where the two of them engage in a game that draws blood.

TBN: Will Franky, Frankly be making the art film circuit?

Yes indeed. We plan to begin with our LA and NY premiers and then go from there. We hope to seek DVD and online distribution as well as play the festival circuit. We will keep everyone updated on the film, and they can keep in the loop on Facebook and Twitter

NOTE: @AAFilmCo, @KevinMSlee, @Mikandrew, @MCAFilm, @AllanHyde
TBN: Do you have any other films in the works? What are your future plans?

I am currently in post on a film I directed and which was produced under Artistic Analogies Film Co. – it is entitled The Secret Life of Jonathan Sky. The film stars Amir Malaklou and Lexi Sakowitz (Election Day) and involves many of the same team behind the camera. We have a May release. would like to thank Kevin for his time and this lovely interview. We hope you all have a chance to see Franky, Frankly!


True Blood’s Allan Hyde Dishes on Stardom

April 5, 2011

All Smiles for the Paparazzi:

allan hyde by paul WeaverWhile in Oslo to promote his film Exteriors, Allan Hyde (Godric) appeared at the premiere party for TV series Oslo Girls. Interviewed by Page2 at the event, Allan shares about his success on True Blood, stardom and paparazzi.

Allan mentions that he’s not stopped by paparazzi photographers often, noting he is not as well known as other show co-stars.

“It’s not so much with me. It has probably only happened four or five times. I think it’s strange when it happens, and basically a different reception than I get home.”

When asked about being harassed by paparazzi, Allan laughed and replied:

“I see big stars in the images hiding from photographers, but I just smile. In my situation it is not annoying, just fun.”

Be sure to check out Page2 for the original article and the translated article Here.

Source: – Allan Hyde Is Not Yet Tired of Stardom

(Photo Credit: Paul Weaver)


Allan Hyde, True Blood’s Godric, at the Oslo Girls Premiere

April 1, 2011

Actors from the film "Exteriors" including True Blood Godric, Allan Hyde

Allan Hyde Steps Out:

Back home in Europe for publicity for his new movie “Exteriors”, Allan Hyde attended the “Oslo Girls” premiere with his “Exteriors” costar Marie Kristiansen. If you would like to know what the “Oslo Girls” show is like, you can watch an episode here. Going in for the casual look, as you can see below, Allan felt he “looked like a homeless person”. However, we would like to add that Allan always looks adorable.

True blood Godric, Allan Hydeat Oslo Girls premiere

The top photo is Allan at the “Exteriors” Press Conference in Norway

(Dagbladet) On Friday, the Norwegian film “Exteriors” gets a theatrical release. It’s about two young girls in Los Angeles (L.A.), who dream of becoming actresses. The desire to be seen is so strong that it comes at the expense of themselves.

“Exteriors” was recorded during hectic days in L.A., where up to 36 manuscript pages were filmed in one day.


Dressing up later for the press conference in his Danish national team jersey, Allan was happy to field several questions about the game itself and his plans to watch it with his friends in the local pub.

We wish Allan and all the cast and crew of  “Exteriors” the very best of luck with their film.

Sources: Allan Hyde News, Allan Hyde News

Photo Credit: Erling Hægeland; Mona Ranum / Stella Pictures

Contribution credit: Allan Hyde news

(Dagbladet) On Friday, the Norwegian film “Exteriors” gets a theatrical release.

It’s about two young girls in Los Angeles (L.A.), who dream of becoming actresses.

The desire to be seen is so strong that it comes at the expense of themselves.

“Exteriors” was recorded during hectic days in L.A.,

where up to 36 manuscript pages were filmed in one day.



True Blood’s Allan Hyde Looks Dashing at “Exteriors” Premiere

March 29, 2011

Allan Hyde, true blood Godric, at the Premier of ”Exteriors”

True Blood’s Allan Hyde Movie Premiere:

These photos were taken during the “Exteriors” premiere last Friday night. “Exteriors” is Allan’s latest project done on a shoestring budget in Los Angeles, it premiered in Oslo Norway. The movie details the difficulties in moving from Europe to Los Angeles to seek fame and fortune in the movie industry. This is a subject in which Allan is well-versed. Having splashed into America’s living rooms, with his stellar performance as Godric in HBO‘s hit series True Blood, Allan has struggled to make Los Angeles his new home, seeking new friends and trying to break into the movie business with a Danish accent. Allan is blessed with talent and the freshfaced good looks that Hollywood loves. Hopefully, he’ll get another break soon and we hope to see him back in True Blood; we can’t wait to see him in more shows here in America.

True Blood's, Godric, Allan Hyde with directors and costar at "Exteriors" premiere

You can watch the interview below:

When Allan was asked about the differences between doing a movie gratis, and acting on True Blood, he said:

“This is something extremely different, but it’s also a super cool
difference, ’cause True Blood is like… Super huge. But it’s that kind
of energy, I think it’s a great energy, and I would much rather have it
done this way, because I have made short films that I have also written,
and tried to get people to be in them, but it’s not the same because every-
one is out for money. I just think it’s a tendency in their culture, that
it’s always a question about money, it’s never ‘well, that could be fun’
or ‘I’ll just do a favor, and I’ll probably get a favor back sometime.’”

Sources: Allan Hyde News, Allan Hyde News

Photo Credit: Stella Pictures

Contribution credit: Allan Hyde news

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