Anna paquin and stephen moyer started dating
She completed a year at Columbia University, before leaving to focus on her acting career.As a child, she played the role of Flora Mc Grath in Jane Campion's romantic drama film The Piano (1993), despite having had little acting experience.And while they had plenty of wild sex scenes on the show, Sookie also hooked up with Alexander Skarsgard’s Eric Northman and Joe Manganiello’s werewolf Alcide Herveaux – and sometimes, Stephen was behind the camera, directing his wife getting all kinds of hot and heavy with the genetically-blessed actors.Speaking to the Daily Record, Anna, 35, said: ‘We did a season premiere which Stephen directed which had a pretty intense sex scene with me and Joe, and once you been directed in these circumstances, with a naked bloodied man and having wild sex with someone else, nothing’s weird any more. I really enjoy it, he is very talented.’ Stephen, 48, added: ‘I distinctly remember that scene.Joe and I are very close and I just said to him to go for it, man, don’t feel like you need to worry about me, and Anna and I had a chat about it.‘We’d been doing it for a while and knew what it’s all about and you switch that part off.
Moyer has directed his wife once more in the drama The Parting Glass, which made its debut at the Edinburgh Film Festival this week.
“I am incredibly excited about tackling the creative complexities of as an actress and for my company CASM’s collaboration with Pop.”The series commences production in London this month, with Pop TV’s EVP of Original Programming, Justin Rosenblatt, describing Paquin as, “the dream lead who brings it all to life.”.
She was born in Manitoba and brought up in Wellington, New Zealand, before moving to Los Angeles during her youth.
She played mutant superheroine Rogue in multiple films of the X-Men franchise (2000–2014) and was nominated for a Saturn Award for her performance in the first installment.
Her other film credits include Jane Eyre (1996), Amistad (1997), 25th Hour (2002), Trick 'r Treat (2007), Margaret (2011), The Good Dinosaur (2015), and The Irishman (2019).