The fourth season's casting of "True Blood" is shaping up with three new additions. To play recurring characters on the HBO show when it returns next year are Christina Moore, Neil Hopkins and Chris Butler who are the alumni of "That '70s Show", "Lost" and "The Good Wife" respectively.
Moore, according to Deadline, is playing Suzanne McKittrick, "a WASPy Texas housewife who possesses certain special abilities." When reporting the casting call, EW also noted that Suzanne will throw a hootenanny to bond with 'her kind'. The actress is still attached to "Hawthorne" but she would shoot her part during the TNT series' break which is before spring.
Meanwhile, Hopkins is to take the role of Claudine's mysterious twin brother named Claude. In the book, Claude is a distant cousin to Sookie's father and is described absolutely breathtaking for women. However his interest is for men and he works as a stripper at a club in Monroe called Hooligans.
Butler is cast as Emory, "a prissy and conservative shapeshifter with his own agenda." Little is known about this character.
The show has found actors for several of its major characters in season 4 but is yet to announce who will be an Asian-American cage fighter and Queen Mab.