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Sophie-Anne Leclerq
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Sophie-Anne Leclerq
Continuity: True Blood
Type: Vampire
Gender: Female
Location: Louisiana
Known relatives: Russell Edgington [1]
Status: Deceased
Born: 15th century
Died: 2008 [2]
1st appearance: Southern Vampire Mysteries: Definitely Dead
True Blood: Frenzy
Actor: Evan Rachel Wood

Sophie-Anne Leclerq is a fictional vampire and a supporting character featured in the "Southern Vampire Mysteries" series of novels by author Charlaine Harris. She was introduced in the sixth novel in the series Definitely Dead where she was presented as the vampire queen of Louisiana. The character was re-imagined for the HBO television series True Blood where she was played by actress Evan Rachel Wood. Sophie-Anne was briefly referenced in season one of the series, but was not introduced officially until the eleventh episode of season two, "Frenzy". The character made 2 appearances in season 2, 5 appearances in season 3 and 1 appearance in season 4, in which her death was revealed in flashback in "You Smell Like Dinner".

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Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In the novel From Dead to Worse, Sophie-Anne is killed by the vampire King of Nevada, Felipe de Castro. In the season 4 episode of True Blood, "You Smell Like Dinner", she is shot to death by Bill Compton's security force.
  • Although the episode in which Sophie-Anne's death was revealed aired in 2011, the event itself took place nearly a year earlier in the timeline of the series.
  • Sophie-Anne's favorite game was Yahtzee. Yahtzee is a dice game designed by Milton Bradley and produced by Hasbro. The object of the game is to score the most points by rolling five dice to make certain combinations.

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  1. Husband through forced marriage; deceased.
  2. The timeline of the series takes place prior to the year in which the episodes first aired.

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