Exclusive Interview with Stephen Moyer final part
In Part 6 of the interview Stephen talks about social media, photography, shaving his head and he sends a big “thank you” to the followers of AllStephenMoyer.com and The Vault – TrueBlood-Online.com.
The “Bill Compton in Merlotte’s” painting by Kristin Bauer van Straten spent a night in the Moyer-Paquin residence this week where Stephen Moyer posed with the portrait of his alter-ego.
Stephen still sports his Movember mustache in this photo and looks different from the Bill in the painting without the sideburns and brooding look. What is very recognizable however is the hand that holds the portrait that Kristin has painted to perfection.
Kristin Bauer worked into the small hours of several nights to finish the oil on canvas portrait in time for a Holiday sale, and thanks to Stephen and his assistant who sent us this photo on such short notice, the auction will go live this weekend.
The Vault and AllStephenMoyer.com will auction off the portrait for Kristin, but since she is the art expert, Kristin will take care of shipping the item to the auction winner.
All proceeds of the portrait will go towards Out for Africa and the survival of the African elephant and rhino.
Yes, I agree. Time for the 'stache' to go. I am ready to see Stephen as we know and love him. Great to see him and his iconic character Bill Compton together!
I just love his beautiful chiseled face so much I resent anything that covers any part of it. I did love Bill's diggers however. The painting is on every Billsbabe's wish list.
I do prefer him stache-less but he looks great anyway. That stache would be a good look for a western.
I must say I am not a fan of the 'stache. However, it's lovely to see Stephen. And ... double the pleasure with Mr. Moyer and his alto ego Bill Compton looking out at me. Yes!!!!