Anna Camp has joined the cast of HBO’s vampire drama True Blood, which started its second season on June 14. She plays Sarah Newlin, wife of the pastor of an anti-vampire church. She was most recently seen on Broadway in Equus opposite Harry Potter’s Daniel Radcliffe. Before that, Camp was on Broadway in The Country Girl.
Off-Broadway, Camp received a Lucille Lortel nomination for her role in Second Stage’s production of The Scene. Other of her off-Broadway credits include columbinus at New York Theatre Workshop, Flesh and the Desert at Playwrights Horizons (Summer Play Festival), and God Hates the Irish at Rattlestick Theatre. Her regional theatre credits include The Scene, ATL (Humana Festival); Hay Fever, Baltimore Center Stage; and The Importance of Being Earnest, Dallas Theatre Center.
Camp’s films include PRETTY BIRD, which screened at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008; AND THEN CAME LOVE; and BOTTLEWORLD. Her television appearances include The Cashmere Mafia and Reinventing the Wheelers.
Camp received her Bachelor of Fine Arts and her high school diploma from the UNCSA School of Drama in 2004 and 2000, respectively.