True Blood’s Dallas Vampire Stan Is Heading To The Big Apple

August 31, 2009 by  

edquinnDallas vamp Stan Davis made his first appearance during the second season of  True Blood like a character from an old country western film, as if  he owned the night. He was tall, dark, handsome, and had a rugged appearance that made my heart skip a beat, another gorgeous guy added to the roster of True Blood.  I was secretly hoping he would get to use a rifle before his departure, seeing as he was trigger-happy, but sadly that never happened.  Unfortunately, he was one of the vampire fatalities during the explosion caused by Luke at Godric’s home. He may have only been in three episodes of True Blood, but he made an everlasting impression playing Stan Davis and brought the character from Charlaine Harris’ books to life.

The talented and handsome actor, Ed Quinn, played vampire Stan Davis. Perhaps you remember him as Nathan Stark from “Eureka”? Mr. Quinn is alive and well and is heading to the Big Apple to join the cast on CW’s “The Beautiful Life”. He is said to be playing Elle Macpherson’s husband and will make his first appearance in mid-October.  “The Beautiful Life” is earning rave reviews and is slotted to premiere on September 16 at 9pm on The CW.

SOURCE: www.buddytv.com

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  • Loleaf

    I wish AB would have waited to bring Ed Quinn into TB. I think that he would have been perfect as the roll of Alcide. Don’t get me wrong he played a good Stan, but with his good looks and uncontrollable hair(as in the books Sookie kept talking about how wild his hair was),I believe his acting skills could have been prolonged as the character of Alcide. Anyone else agree?