True Blood Cast Supports Ryan Kwanten’s New Movie

October 31, 2010

Mini-True Blood Reunion at Red Hill Screening

Ryan Kwanten Red Hill PremiereTrue Blood’s Ryan Kwanten (Jason Stackhouse) had cast support  at the Australians in Film Hollywood screening for his new film Red Hill. Fellow True Blood costars Rutina Wesley (Tara), Jim Parrack (Hoyt) , and Lindsay Pulsipher (Crystal) came out to show Kwanten some love. The movie is a Western about a young police officer who starts a family in a small country town which is terrorized by an escaped convict. 

Kwanten’s new True Blood love interest, Lindsay Pulsipher, even took time to pose for pictures and chat with fans outside the event (see video below).  Pulsipher was gracious and seemed to enjoy the fan interaction. 

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Aussie Kwanten will be back in Australia to support Red Hill and attend the IF Awardsin Sydney in November.  Kwanten’s career is taking off with not only this role, but his upcoming feature turn as Charles Manson.

Source:  Popsugar.com.au– True Blood Stars Step Out to Support Ryan Kwanten’s Red Hill

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Lindsay Pulsipher talks about True Blood and Patrick Swayze

October 26, 2010

Lindsay Pulsipher’s True Blood Experience

Lindsay Pulsipher is one of the newest additions to True Blood. She plays the newest object of Jason Stackhouse‘s affection, Crystal Norris. Crystal is a were-panther who lives on a family “commune” of sorts. (Her family also deals drugs and V, which causes problems for everyone.)

Lindsay is very different from her character Crystal. She’s an enthusiastic blond who is a born and raised Mormon from Utah. Pulsipher stated that the True Blood set is one of the best she has been a part of and very easy going. Since the True Blood writers are very secretive about what is going to happen, they never came right out in the beginning and told her that she would be a werepanther. She had read previously in the book about Crystal Norris and figured the writers would be going in that directions She did get some clues, though. An example of this was described by Linsay:

“Early on in the shooting process, there were a couple of scenes where Jason and Crystal are getting to know each other in the woods. There’s a moment where Crystal smells something in the air and kind of springs up, and she’s very felinelike.”

Since her character is mainly of the “catlike” persuasion, she hasn’t had to deal as much with the fake blood, but she does tell fans that there are two different types of fake blood on set. There is a sugary fake blood that is put in the actor’s mouths and then there is the blood that production uses to pour everywhere.

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Lindsay also worked with Patrick Swayze during his last project, a tv show called Beast. Lindsay talked about Patrick and her memories with him, saying:

“Patrick was just such a personable, warm guy. He had this amazing sense of humor and a way of drawing you in that made you feel like the most important person in the room. He had a huge heart. I feel so blessed I was able to work with him on his last project. I feel it was some of his best work because of what he was going through, and he really gave himself to that role. My favorite moment with him was in the makeup trailer. It was a long day and he had been so tired from the chemo and had worked himself to the bone. We were taking off our makeup, and there was this very familial moment. I could see in his eyes he was just happy to have made it through the season. We did it. I will never forget. It was one of the last times I saw him, too, so it was really special.”

Lindsay has been a wonderful addition to True Blood. We are very excited to see where Crystal and Jason’s relationship lead us through the next season!

Source: http://citylinkmix.com — True Blood Confessions with Lindsay Pulsipher

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Joe Manganiello and Lindsay Pulsipher Heat It Up in South Florida

October 24, 2010

Joe Manganiello and Lindsay Pulsipher Cause Mayhem in South Florida!

Joe Manganiello (Alcide Herveaux) andLindsay Pulsipher (Crystal Norris) made an appearance at the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek on October 16th.  Lines  for the meet and greet were so long people were literally sent home even though both stars stayed later than they were scheduled to!  

Lindsay was asked by Accidentalsexiness.com if she could give us some hints about the werepanther story line and all she had to offer us was this:

“I wish I could tell you but I can’t!  Alan Ball is so good about keeping us in the dark.  We don’t know until we read the script.”

Lindsay does reveal that it will be action packed and that she hears mention of witches, which goes along with some of the spoilers that we have heard so far.

Joe revealed that Season 4 is going to be a lot tighter storyline wise and jokes that they killed a lot of people in Season 3so there is room for more storylines.

Click here to view the videos with Lindsay and Joe and to check out more photos from this event.

It was a great night for the stars and fans alike and some pretty awesome pictures were taken.  Hopefully we’ll be seeing a lot more of these two in Season 4.

 

Source:  Accidentalsexiness.com – “True Blood” Stars Joe Manganiello and Lindsay Pulsipher Create Chaos in South Florida

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Meet Two True Blood Stars at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

October 1, 2010

Free Public Meet and Greet with Two True Blood Stars!

Joe Manganiello and Lindsay Pulsipher to attend True Blood WeekendTwo stars from HBO‘s hit show True Blood will be appearing at a free public meet and greet at the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek on October 16, 2010.  Joe Manganiello (Alcide Herveaux) and Lindsay Pulsipher (Crystal Norris) will be appearing for True Blood weekend as part of the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek month-long weekend Creek Haunting October events. Must be 21 years of age or older to attend.

Event Details:

When: October 16, 2010, 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Where: Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, Nectar Lounge, 5550 NW 40th Street, Coconut Creek, Just east of State Road 7 (U.S. 441) and north of Sample Road on 40th Street

For more information call 954-977-6700 or click here.

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VIDEO: True Blood’s Lindsay Pulsipher on Good Day L.A.

September 7, 2010

Lindsay Pulsipher, who plays the were-panther Crystal Norris who is in love with Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) on True Blood stopped by Good Day L.A.’s studios to talk about her character and of course, True Blood.

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Video: Lindsay Pulsipher Talks True Blood and Fan Encounters

August 27, 2010

Lindsay Pulsipher True Blood Crystal NorrisCrystal Norris has been a mysterious character on True Blood this season.  It was obvious that she was hiding a secret and on last week’s episode it was revealed – she is a werepanther.  Poor Jason was almost speechless after seeing her transform from a panther.  Lindsay Pulsipher, who plays Crystal Norris, sat down with G4TV to talk about her character, working with the panthers and her first fan encounter.

In the video Lindsay discusses how relieved she is that the truth about her character is finally out.  Fans were stopping her and asking her if she was a werepanther but of course she could not say.  Anyone who has read the books knows that Crystal’s character was a werepanther in Charlaine Harris’ world but Alan Ball hasn’t always followed the books.  After all, in the books Crystal is definitely not a victim.  Lindsay says she wasn’t even sure herself if Crystal was going to be a werepanther until she saw the script.  For filming the scene where Jason finds out the truth about Crystal, Lindsay says the panthers (one of which was named Crystal) were actually in the room with them.  The trainer was simply holding onto the animal by a leash. Prior to filming the scene Lindsay and Ryan had the opportunity to spend time with the animals and become more comfortable with them.  Lindsay goes on to describe her first “fan recognition” which took place in a Target store while she was shopping for deodorant.  She was “sniffing” her deodorant and noticed a guy staring at her. As she went to walk away he approached her and talked about being a huge fan of the show.

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Source: G4TV.com – True Blood’s Lindsay Pulsipher Interview

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True Blood’s Lindsay Pulsipher Reveals Crystal is a Troublemaker

August 18, 2010

She can’t give away too much information on her True Blood character, Crystal Norris, but Lindsay Pulsipher told The TV Chick that Crystal will “definitely bring some surprises and a little bit of trouble” and chaos to Bon Temps.

Lindsay learned about her character from the writers. She was fascinated by the complexity and mystery of the character. Crystal has a lot of layers and issues that she’s trying to cope with, as will be revealed as the season comes to an end.

When asked if Crystal is a non-human, Lindsay laughed as she tried not to reveal any spoilers.

“There’s some instincts that Crystal might have that might be a bit foreign to normal folk (laughs). In the books, she definitely has some supernatural powers. And I think that she has the instincts which myself, as a normal person, might not have and it was really fun to explore — I’m getting into dangerous territory (laughs).”

Moving on to Ryan Kwanten and his Jason Stackhouse character, Lindsay said that Ryan is a big practical joker. Being a great actor and really knowing his character, Lindsay finds his pranks and Jason-isms funny and spontaneous.

So what is drawing Crystal to Jason – his charismatic personality? Lindsay says that seeing him approaching her truck without a shirt definitely made Crystal notice.

“But I think on a deeper level, she’s been locked up on the compound, and I think that she might see a little bit of an escape for her, and a way for her to maybe put her past life behind her, and she kind of looks at him and thinks ‘Could he be the one to help me do this?'”

Lindsay is no different from her cast-mates in her praise for the friendly, fun and high-quality working environment of True Blood.

“…it just makes the whole experience that much more pleasant and enjoyable. Everybody on the show are such talented actors, that it really maintains this level of commitment and quality to their work, that I think is just so important. I think that people watching the show get that and understand that.”

Early on, Alan Ball provided amazing insight into Crystal’s past. Lindsay said he was instrumental in helping her create the character. She is impressed with Alan’s careful eye for detail and specific directions to keep the show on the path he and the writers want it to go.

As for the most challenging aspect of playing Crystal, Lindsay admitted that it’s maintaining the integrity of the character. The different struggles in her life, trying to “create a sense of empathy” and keeping within the complex layers keeps the role challenging.

There’s more to come of this “little troublemaker”. Keep watching True Blood Sunday nights on HBO.

SOURCE: thetvchick.com

(Photo credit:  HBO Inc.)

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Lindsay Pulsipher on Settling into the Role of Crystal Norris

August 12, 2010

One of the mysterious new figures of True Blood Season 3 has been Jason‘s love interest, Crystal Norris. Rumor has it that she and her relatives will be causing quite a bit of mayhem in Bon Temps in the remaining episodes. In an interview with Celebrity Extra Online, actress Lindsay Pulsipher talks about her character and how it felt coming onto such a prominent show. Just don’t expect her to divulge whether she’ll be sticking around for Season 4Lindsay abides by Alan Ball‘s strict ‘No Spoiler’ policy!

Her initial reaction to scoring the part of Crystal was excitement, which turned into nervousness when she considered how popular True Blood is, how passionate the fans are, and what the expectations would be:

“Panic sets in and then you think, ‘Oh man, can I pull this off and make people excited about this role?’ So I hope that I’ve pulled through.”

Lindsay loves playing Crystal because she’s so complicated and interesting:

“[She] is just a really strong and spirited character. And I think that it’s every actor’s dream to kind of play a role that has a little meat to it. And there’s a lot for me to play with, with Crystal. She’s multilayered and she’s complex, and she’s got a lot of issues in her life right now. And she’s a little bit manic and it’s fun to be able to explore all those avenues.”

Plus, it helps that the atmosphere on the True Blood set is so friendly. Everyone loves coming to work everyday. They all enjoy being together, yet they’re also very dedicated to doing their jobs well and creating a great show. Lindsay said all those factors make it such a pleasant work environment.

She has done some great work with Ryan Kwanten in the last few episodes, so it will be fun to see how her storyline expands in the rest of the season to include other characters, too.

Lindsay also has an upcoming film called The Oregonian that she’s very excited about. She describes it as “kind of an art horror film,” in which her character wakes up after a car accident and tries to discover whether she’s alive, dead, or in purgatory somewhere. Sadly, before we know it, Season 3 will be over, and we will all be suffering withdrawal pains, so it’s nice to watch other projects from the True Blood actors so can cope with the long absence before we see their characters again! Unless they’re dead… in which case, it’s still nice to see the work they go on to do.

SOURCE: celebrityextraonline.com

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A Crystal Clear Discussion with Lindsay Pulsipher: A TrueBloodNet.com Exclusive

July 28, 2010

Lindsey Pulsipher True Blood Crystal Norris

One of the first recurring roles that Lindsay Pulsipher played was as Heather on the show, “Touched by an Angel” and now she’s playing Crystal, a character that’s been touched by anything and everything but an Angel. We’re fascinated by the unlikely concept of someone able to tame Jason Stackhouse, but with Lindsay lending her wistful, angelic face to the role of Crystal Norris , she may just manage to capture Jason‘s heart. She sure caught and held our attention! Lindsay was great to talk to, very fun and energetic and we at TrueBloodNet.com really appreciate her taking the time for us! Oh.. and you’ll just love her new little friend, Mars. What a cutie and who can resist that face!

TBN: You mentioned in previous Interviews that you were inspired by your mother to get into acting? Can you elaborate on that? What was your very first performance?

Lindsay: Well my first experience in acting was at a small community theater in Salt Lake City, Utah, called Hale Center Theater. It was such an exciting time for me as a kid. I loved the creativity of acting, and the freedom to be whomever I wanted. I was definitely encouraged by my mom to pursue any artistic dreams I had.

TBN: Was your mother an actor as well or was she just supportive of your becoming one?

Lindsay: My mother acted in plays, but she decided to have six kids instead of pursuing a career in acting. One of my first inspirations was seeing my mom performing “You Can’t Take it with You.” I remember seeing her all dressed up in her stage makeup, and thought “Wow! I don’t even know that woman; she looks so different from my mom.” It just opened up this door, this creative door, for me. I really got inspired by her performance.

TBN: So your first performance was?

Lindsay: My first professional television performance was on “Touched by an Angel.” They actually filmed the show in Utah so local actors were very fortunate to get some television experience before deciding they wanted to pursue LA or New York or Chicago. We had that opportunity, and we were all very grateful for it.

TBN: And did you go on to study acting?

Lindsay: I did. I studied and took classes in Utah. And later I moved to Los Angeles where I’ve been doing mostly private coaching and scene study classes out here.

TBN: You also starred in “The Beast” along with Patrick Swayze. Can you give us a little more insight to your character? A little more detail about the show?

Lindsay: Rose, my character on “The Beast” was the complete opposite of Crystal. Rose was extremely refined, strong woman who knew what she wanted out of life, with her head on straight. Crystal, is completely opposite of that. It was really fun to play such different characters in the same year. And Patrick Swayze was an amazing person to work with. He will always be remembered by me as an inspiration, knowing what he was going through every day, coming to the set and working so hard was very inspiring.

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TBN: Oh yes, how amazing that he managed to do so well under the circumstances. And referring to Crystal, congratulations on getting the role of Crystal Norris on “True Blood.” Could you share with us how you got the role? How did your audition go? How did you know about the role?

Lindsay: I have an agent and manager here in Los Angeles that are really great on getting me in on really good projects. When this came up I have to say I was just really, really excited. I had two auditions, both of them were with Alan Ball, and the second one Ryan Kwanten read with me. A few hours later I got a call from my manager telling me I had booked it. I don’t know if I’ve been happier about booking a role.

TBN: How did you prepare for the role? Did you read any of the books in creating the character?

Lindsay: I think I wanted to see Crystal more through the eyes of the “True Blood” writers first, before i read the books. Once I got a sense of where they were going with her I thought, “Okay, I’m ready to read Charlene Harris’s character and take it from both sides”. It’s been an incredible journey and the character is, oh, she is just so fun to play. She has so many layers going on and just amazingly written.

TBN: Crystal plays a huge role in the story line of Jason Stackhouse. How would you describe her and her interactions with Jason?

Lindsay: Crystal is revealed slowly in the third season. Jason sees her during a drug bust at Hot Shot which is where she lives. He’s out there and he catches a glimpse of her running through the trees and they have this special, electric moment where they first see each other and then she takes off running. Later she and Jason run into each other again in Bon Temps and they have this really funny exchange, a very classic Jason moment. And their relationship develops from there. Ryan does such a good job of playing Jason. This season is really about their relationship and how it grows. As we all know, Jason loves the ladies, and he has had quite a few of them. I think Crystal is somebody different and special for him and they have a really magical relationship that develops, and takes shape this season.

TBN: Being the new girl on the set, what are your experiences on the show? Is it an easy crew to fit in with?

Lindsay: Actually a couple of the new actors and I were talking about that today. It’s amazing how you can tell walking onto the “True Blood” set that everybody there absolutely loves their job. Everyone is very close and friendly with each other, there are no egos on set. It’s just a warm, familial environment. It’s such a pleasant surprise because sometimes you walk on set and you’re the new girl and it’s not always that way, so to walk in and have everybody be so welcoming and truly happy to have you has been a great experience.

Lindsey Pulsipher True Blood Crystal Norris with Ryan Kwanten Jason Stackhouse

TBN: Have you acted with any of the other cast besides Jason?

Lindsay: Crystal does meet up with some of the other people in Bon Temps through out the season. She creates some chaos in the town, but for the most part, it’s been with Ryan.

TBN: So far, what’s been the most rewarding and the most challenging aspect of working on “True Blood?”

Lindsay: Crystal has been challenging to play because she’s a complex character. If you read the books, you know that she has a lot going on and that she’s a strong spirit. In the show she also has a lot that she’s dealing with. She comes from a very sheltered, back woods home, where they cook meth. She’s been home educated and hasn’t really been out in the real world too much and doesn’t have a lot of real-life experience. She’s had to grow up fast living the way that she does out in Hot Shot. So it’s been a challenge to stay true to all of the struggles that she is going through and play them all truthfully. A challenge is very good for me. I tend to thrive when I’m challenged so it’s really rewarding in that way too.

TBN: You know “True Blood” is such a phenomenal success. Are you prepared for the “True Blood” fans?

Lindsay: When people ask me this, I don’t know what to say because it just seems a little surreal. It hasn’t really affected me yet. I haven’t seen any of the fan reaction to Crystal yet, since she’s just being introduced. I think it’s always going to be exciting when you have such a huge fan base; it makes it more magical. I don’t know how to address it yet, but I’ll cross that bridge when i get to it!

TBN: Are there any questions you would like to ask the fans?

Lindsay: My friend Matt has this question he likes to ask, and I think it’s a question that would fit in well with the “True Blood” fans. “If you had to be bitten by a Vampire, a Werewolf, or a Zombie, which would you choose and why?”

My answer to the question was, “A Zombie, since they travel in groups, I would never have to be alone. ”

TBN: Has “True Blood” reshaped how you think of good and evil?

Lindsay: I think “True Blood” is constantly bending the rules of “good and evil” who can be trusted, and who can’t. Who’s the enemy, and who’s the hero? I think that’s one of the most fascinating aspects of the show.

TBN: If Crystal died, what would you like on her head stone?

Linsday: ::laughs:: That’s a great question. I guess something along the lines of “God knows she tried.”

TBN: During “True Blood’s” hiatus, do you have anything else coming up?

Lindsay: I’m in the works for a couple of different things. We have a nice shooting schedule on “True Blood.” Six months on and six months off. But I love staying busy, so work is always a good thing.

TBN: Do you have any charities or causes that are important to you?

Lindsay: Yes, absolutely. I support this wonderful organization called Stand up to Cancer. Patrick Swazye was actually really involved with them before he passed. I also lost my father to cancer, which was an extraordinarily hard thing to deal with. I fully support furthering the research, and finding a cure for cancer. They are a big one that I support. Standup2cancer.org

Another one I fully support is a dog rescue based out of Los Angeles called The Mutt Movement. I actually just rescued a little dog from them a few months ago and she’s changed my life. Themuttmovement.com

TBN: Awww. What’s her name?

Lindsay: Her name is Mars … like the planet.

TBN: And what type of dog is she?

Lindsay: She is a hairless Chihuahua mix. She’s really cute, she’s bald underneath with a little peach fuzz and she has a coat that goes from her head to her tail but it’s only on top, like she has a mohawk!

Lindsey Pulsipher True Blood Crystal Norris dog Mars

TBN: Do you Twitter and would you like your fans to know what your Twitter name is?

Lindsay: You know, I actually don’t Twitter and I don’t have a Facebook. Although we did discover that there’s a couple Facebook pages dedicated to Lindsay Pulsipher, and Crystal Norris that I didn’t create.

TBN: Do you ever read about yourself on the fan sites about “True Blood” or “The Beast?”

Lindsay: You know, I generally try and stay away from that stuff. It hasn’t happened very often, but of course it’s going happen – you read something negative about yourself that might or might not be true and it starts to affect you. So I try not to read anything that’s going to conjure up comments. I do try and research and go on the websites or the magazines that I’m going to do interviews with and get an idea of what the vibe is and what it’s all about. I looked at your site before I talked to you.

TBN: Oh, to make sure we weren’t serial killers or something? ::laughs::

Lindsay: ::laughs:: Oh no, not even that, but just to see what your style was and gage it and yeah, I do that stuff but I try not to read about myself.

I have a couple of films that I recently completed. One is called “The Oregonian” Directed by Calvin Lee Reeder. It’s a sort of esoteric, art–horror film. It’s the journey of a young woman who gets into a car accident and doesn’t really know if she’s alive or dead. It’s a really, really cool, out-there film. It will be doing the festival circuit later this year.

The other one is called “Do not Disturb.” I shot it with Eric Balfour. Directed by Petro Papahadjopoulos. It’s a series of short film vignettes that they have edited together into a feature and all of the short films have a similar thread that binds them together. It will also be out later this year.

TBN: Are you in just one of the short films?

Lindsay: Yes, It’s called “Rocket Man” and it’s kind of this throwback to the 60’s sci-fi films.

TBN: Just going back to Crystal, your character. How did you develop her personality? Did Alan Ball state how he wanted her presented or did you develop her character or was it a collaboration?

Lindsay: Actually a little of both. The writers do such an amazing job of creating these characters that they make your job easy because they’re so well written and so easy to work with. There’s definitely things that I did on my own, like the physicality Crystal would have. Those things I came up with on my own. For the most part she was just written so well in such a specific way that I stay true to that and I think the final product is going to be pretty cool.

Lindsey Pulsipher True Blood Crystal Norris

TBN.com: How many episodes will we be seeing Crystal in?

Lindsay: Crystal will be seen in nine episodes this season.

TBN: So she is a major player!

Lindsay: Like I said, she is introduced slowly which is fun. She is revealed mysteriously and by mid season she starts to heat up.

TBN: Was it planned all along that she would be in a lot of episodes?

Lindsay: I think there were varying numbers. I think when I first auditioned it was for six episodes. And I ended up being in nine.

TBN: So they must have liked how the character is going …

Lindsay: Yeah, I hope so!

Having had a chance to be introduced to Crystal in “True Blood” now, we here at TrueBloodNet.com can certainly understand why HBO committed to more Crystal! She’s fun, mysterious, beautiful and has Jason going six ways from Sunday! The onscreen chemistry really works well and we’re excited to see where the relationship goes in the future. It seems to us that Jason has always loved women without liking them. With Crystal, there’s a lot to like.. although who knows what lurks behind that bright surface! Finding out is half the fun! Thanks again to Lindsay and HBO for a the opportunity to interview the woman within Crystal Norris.

(Photo Credit: First Photo: JSquared Photography, Mars: Lindsay Pulsipher, All Others: John P. Johnson/ HBO )

Edited By: April Lollar

Transcription By: Cyrenna

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Lindsay Pulsipher Talks About Crystal Norris and Jason Stackhouse

July 27, 2010

Lindsay Pulsipher had a big task ahead of her when she stepped into the role of Crystal Norris on HBO‘s True Blood.  As fans of the book know, Crystal becomes an important character but it is unclear how close to the books Alan Ball will stay.  Lindsay was a big fan of the show before taking on the role of Crystal but she did not read the books until after filming started.  Since Alan does not necessarily stick to how the characters are written in Charlaine Harris’ books, she wanted to be sure she had a strong sense within herself of who Crystal was before she read the books.

We have only seen a few small parts with Crystal in it so far but it is clear that she has a difficult life and that she is sheltered and unhappy.  Crystal may be a redneck but Lindsay wanted to make sure that she did not come across as stupid.  She told the New York Post:

“Although she is a redneck from the sticks, she’s a real person. The life that she was raised with is kind of devastating. I think it can only breed life experience. She’s got a lot of knowledge that other people don’t. And I really wanted to make sure I brought a sense of empathy to her so the audience doesn’t just see Crystal as this crazy redneck bitch from the sticks. I hope that fans really like her.”

One of the benefits of portraying Crystal is working with Ryan Kwanten although Lindsay admitted that being Jason Stackhouse‘s current girlfriend made her nervous.  As we have seen, Jason‘s girlfriends do not tend to last very long on True Blood.  We first saw Crystal briefly, crying in the woods during a drug raid on the compound where she lives, however our first real taste of her came during a scene where Ryan chased her in a cop car and attempted to get her name and phone number, all without wearing a shirt.  The scene was a hit with fans and when the NY Post asked Lindsay if she knew it was going to be such a hit she replied:

“I loved that scene. It was such a funny, classic Jason Stackhouse meeting [laughs].  I was happy that the fans really loved it. It’s great, really funny.”

Jason is not used to having to chase a woman so he is even more drawn to Crystal because she is making it difficult for him.  After this week’s episode we now know that Crystal is engaged but we are still left with many questions about who she is.  Lindsay reveals that we have just begun to get to know Crystal saying:

“She has some secrets and brings some surprises for sure. We are just getting to the tip of the iceberg with Crystal in season three. She brings a lot of color.”

From what we have seen so far we are definitely looking forward to seeing what the deal is with Crystal and the Norris family.  Season 3 is shaping up to be the best one yet.  According to Lindsay it’s just going to keep getting better.

“Oh my gosh, as a fan, I totally geek out thinking about how exciting this season is.  It’s so fun and so exciting – I describe it like a Thanksgiving dinner.  It’s so full, it’s so rich, there’s so much going on that I think fans are going to be so pleased with this season.”

Source:  NewYorkPost.com

Photo Credit: HBO Inc., screencap by James

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