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August 8th, 2012
01:34 PM ET

'True Blood' actress Deborah Ann Woll: 'I feel like I was born the color of death'

Actress Deborah Ann Woll is best known for her role as Jessica, a teen vampire on HBO's "True Blood," which is currently in its fifth season.

Woll stops by the Starting Point set this morning to explain what's it like to portray a vampire on the small screen, and to explain how she prepared for her role.

When asked why she thinks that the series resonates so much with viewers, Woll explains, "I think it's about our inner deep desires, the dark sort of forbidden taboo impulses that we have as human beings and we are never allowed really to express. But vampires can."

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