True Blood’s Deborah Ann Woll And Sam Trammell Stay Green

September 19, 2009 by  

deborah-and-samJay Leno has a new show at a new time slot. Fans know the man loves his cars and had a racetrack built outside his studio. A few times a week he will challenge his guests to a race in the Green Car Challenge. Ford will be supplying electric Focus models that are equipped with cameras and microphones. “All celebrities talk about being green. We want to see who is green and fast,” Leno said.

What have our favorite True Blood celebrities told Leno about going green?

Deborah Ann Woll, who plays lovable Jessica Hamby, has had a blast sinking her teeth into her vampire character – though her fake teeth can be dangerous. She mentions that it is hard to kiss with them in and so she has to be extremely careful. She said the balance between sweet and dangerous is fun to play out.

“I’m a very reserved person so to get on set and be totally crazy and wild is the greatest,”

But how does the True Blood actress stay green?

“There are water fountains all around and recycling bins so it makes it fairly easy to remain green while we’re working.”

It’s nice to see that while they are having fun working, they can still help keep the environment green. Be sure to check out Deborah this season in an episode of Law & Order.

The actor who plays shape-shifter Sam Merlotte also supports a go green movement. Sam Trammell, co-stars with Deborah, is a surfer who actively supports the Surfrider Foundation. The foundation helps preserve the ecological integrity of beaches and the ocean.

“I’m very much interested in preserving state and national parks, specifically beaches and the ocean.”

Sam is playing a shrink in a romantic comedy titled Shrinking Charlotte that is due out in January.


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