True Blood‘s Marshall Allman, wearing an American Apparel V-neck sweater, Dockers pants, and Gucci shoes, digs into some books for a spread in Da Man magazine’s October/November issue.
Here’s what the 26-year-old actor had to say:
On if he’s into supernatural things like vampires and werewolves: “Truthfully? Not at all. Still not, but I am officially addicted to True Blood.”
On his first few years in Hollywood: “Well, the first time I tried waiting on a table, I spilled 13 waters on one woman. I ate my fair share of [instant] noodles and leftover spaghetti, but I was fortunate enough to book a few commercials pretty quickly upon moving to L.A. I did not have what it took to be a waiter.”
On what makes True Blood a success: “Tits and ass … I mean, incredible writing, that is well-directed, acted and edited, all set to a great soundtrack.”
On when he decided to become an actor: “At the exact point I knew I couldn’t play soccer as a viable career and did not want to starve as an artist in New York.”