"I was really craving a bit of consistency," she says of her attraction to the show.
"Granted, is not exactly normal, but it's about as normal as I ever want to be. She shakes her head and flashes her sparkly, imperfect grin.
"To me, what's appealing about Sookie is that she's quite ordinary," she says. The fact that I'm not some 5-foot-11-inch Amazon goddess makes me more easy to relate to." Playing Sookie may also have led Anna to some personal epiphanies--she declared she was bisexual in a public-service campaign called "Give a Damn" before tying the knot with Moyer.
"I'm a pretty straightforward person," she says, when asked if she's always been so outspoken.
SOOKIE'S EXTROVERT SIDE CHALLENGED ANNA, so she replaced her smirk with a smile and hit the streets as initiation.Who would have thunk a fang-banger (the show's term for people who lust after vampires) who's had sex in a graveyard would hit such a nerve with perfectly normal women across America?In many ways, casting the introverted Anna in the role of a hot-blooded ingenue was a stroke of genius, though she may have been the last to realize it.For me, it was cutting myself some slack and not trying to be something that I think is perfect or ideal." Not surprisingly, the instant she learned to accept herself, Anna also found love--right beside her."I'm not sure why people are shocked when actors end up with each other," says Anna of Moyer, who is 12 years her senior and has two children.