|Location:||Bon Temps, Louisiana|
San Francisco, California
|1st appearance:||"Sparks Fly Out"|
|Final:||"Hitting the Ground"|
Lorena Krasiki is a fictional vampire who appeared on the HBO supernatural drama series True Blood. She was played by actress Mariana Klaveno. On True Blood, Mariana was first introduced in a flashback scene in the fifth episode of season one, "Sparks Fly Out" where it is revealed that she is the one responsible for turning Bill Compton into a vampire. She continued to appear in flashback scenes in five episodes from season two, but was re-introduced in season three as a character in the present day. She made thirteen appearances in the series in total.
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The character of Lorena Krasiki was created by director Daniel Minahan and writer Alexander Woo based on concepts originally developed by Charlaine Harris.
- Lorena also appeared in a flashback scene from season five in "Whatever I Am, You Made Me", which shows the first meeting between Bill Compton and Eric Northman.
- Actress Mariana Klaveno has also appeared in episodes of In Justice, Alias, K-Ville, ER and Dexter.
- True Blood: Sparks Fly Out (1865 flashback; Turns Bill Compton into a vampire)
- True Blood: Never Let Me Go
- True Blood: Hard-Hearted Hannah (1926 flashback; Bill and Lorena in Chicago)
- True Blood: Release Me (1935 flashback; Bill and Lorena in Los Angeles)
- True Blood: Timebomb
- True Blood: I Will Rise Up
- True Blood: Beautifully Broken (Modern day; Aligned with Russell Edgington; Bill tries to kill her)
- True Blood: It Hurts Me Too (Most disturbing sex scene of all time. Really!)
- True Blood: 9 Crimes
- True Blood: Trouble
- True Blood: I Got a Right to Sing the Blues (Bites Sookie Stackhouse)
- True Blood: Hitting the Ground (Killed by Sookie Stackhouse)
- True Blood: Whatever I Am, You Made Me (1905 flashback)
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