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Mariana Klaveno
Mariana Klaveno
Aliases: Mariana Kleweno
Gender: Female
Medium(s): Television
Roles: Actor
Date of birth: October 25th, 1979
Place of birth: Endicott, Washington
1st Horror: True Blood: Sparks Fly Out

Mariana Klaveno is an American television actress born in Endicott, Washington on October 25th, 1979. Her first credited acting work in television was playing a character named Michelle on Game Box 1.0. She was credited as Mariana Kleweno for this work. In 2004 she played a young woman in the "A Clean Conscience" episode of Alias, which was developed by Cloverfield producer J.J. Abrams.

Mariana's big television break came in 2008 when she began playing vampire Lorena Krasiki in the HBO drama series True Blood. Her character was introduced in a flashback scene from episode 1.5, "Sparks Fly Out". She appeared in twelve episodes total before her character was killed off in the season three episode, "Hitting the Ground".

Mariana has appeared at several comic and horror-themed conventions due to the popularity of True Blood.

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