June 20th, 2010
02:00 PM ET
The men of “True Blood” are known for steaming up the small screen, but it turns out their sex appeal has real life roots.
Stephen Moyer, who plays bloodsucker Bill Compton, bared his soul in Playboy magazine for the July issue, revealing that he lost his virginity “quite young… below legal age." He added that fiancé (and co-star) Anna Paquin’s bisexuality was never a surprise: “Within the first three days, all the cards were laid out. It wasn’t something that was kept from me.”
Meanwhile, co-star Ryan Kwanten, who spends a lot of time in the sack as "True Blood's" resident mortal Jason Stackhouse, has penned a sex guide called “The G-Strategy."
“I gave it to a couple of my friends and they’ve got back to me sort of a week or two later, saying, 'Oh my God, Ryan! Where did you get it?’” he said. “I didn't tell them that I wrote it… One of my friends said his sex life has never been better!” If you want to put Kwanten's claims to the test, look for the guide to arrive on shelves next year.
Bad boy Alexander Skarsgard - also known as evil vampire Eric Northman - is sinking his teeth into a new role: He’s just signed on to play a naval officer battling an otherworldly armada in “Battleship,” a big-screen sci-fi adaptation of the classic board game.
That's not sexy, you say? We bet there are some "Battleship" fans who beg to differ.
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