Sam Trammell's fans who are used to seeing the star shirtless and in the midst of decidedly adult situations on HBO's vampire drama, "True Blood," will soon have the chance to see a very different side of the actor in the film "The Fault in Our Stars" — a very covered up side.
"It's so great to be in something that all of my family can see," Trammell said of the movie in which he plays the father of a teen battling cancer. "I get to keep my clothes on. I don't have to starve myself, and I can let things go a little bit."
Another difference Trammel noticed when he went to the film's premiere was the massive amount of fans there to celebrate it, and how they were nothing like the older, shapeshifter-loving Truebies he was used to attracting.
"This is a totally different level, a different age group," he noted, calling the film's followers "sensible teenagers."
See more of Trammell in the teen-friendly flick when it opens in theaters nationwide June 6. And "True Blood" viewers can catch him back in Bon Temps when the show's final season kicks off June 22.
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