|The Barrens||2013||Actor||Richard Vineyard||20137|
|Prince Valiant||1998||Actor||Prince Valiant||19987|
|The Making of "The Sound of Music Live!"||2013 2012 - 2013||Actor||n/a||20137|
|The Sound of Music Live!||2013 2012 - 2013||Actor||Capt. Georg Von Trapp||20137|
|Phineas and Ferb||2012 2006 - 2012||Voice||Jared||20126|
|Devil's Knot||2014||Actor||John Fogelman||20147|
|Princess of Thieves||Actor||Prince Philip||7|
|True Blood||2013 2007 - 2013||Actor||Bill Compton||20137|
|The Big Valley||2013||Actor||Jarrod Barkley||20137|
|Scream 2009||2009 2008 - 2009||Actor||n/a||20097|
|Ultraviolet||1999 1998 - 1999||Actor||Jack Beresford||19997|
|A Touch of Frost: Penny For the Guy||1996 1995 - 1996||Actor||D C Burton||19967|
|The Starter Wife||2005||Actor||Sam Knight||20057|
|The 61st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||2009 2008 - 2009||Actor||Presenter||20097|
|88 Minutes||2008||Actor||Guy LaForge||20087|
|Death in Disguise||1998 1997 - 1998||Actor||n/a||19987|
|The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards||2009 2008 - 2009||Presenter||n/a||1|
|Cadfael 3||1997 1996 - 1997||Actor||("A Morbid Taste For Bones")||19977|
|Free Ride||2012||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Performed with the Royal Shakespeare Theater Company|
|Landed breakthrough role opposite Anna Paquin in Alan Ball's vampire drama "True Blood" (HBO)|
|Formed his own theater company The Reject Society|
|Co-starred with Keira Knightley in ABC TV-movie "Princess of Thieves"|
|First played a vampire on the British series "True Blood and Ultraviolet"|
|Landed supporting role opposite Geoffrey Rush and Kate Winslet in "Quills"|
|Began acting in local theatre productions in the English town of Brentwood|
|Appeared on the British drama series "NY-LON" opposite Rashida Jones|
|Made his TV debut on the British show "Conjugal Rites"|
|Appeared in Jon Avnet's "88 Minutes" opposite Al Pacino|
|Played a homeless beach bum who romances Debra Messing in the USA Network original miniseries "The Starter Wife"|
|Made screen debut as "Prince Valiant" opposite Katherine Heigl|
|Featured in the NBC miniseries "Uprising" with David Schwimmer and Donald Sutherland|
Born Stephen John Emery on Oct. 11, 1969, Moyer grew up in blue-collar Essex County, England. After serving as head choir boy in the local church, Moyer began singing in school plays and realized he wanted to be an actor. But first, one snafu: He was forced to change his name when another Stephen Emery applied for his Actor's Equity card the same week he did. Newly named Stephen Moyer formed his own theatre company, "The Reject Society," and eventually graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. After working with the National Theatre of Wales, Moyer spent two years with the Royal Shakespeare Company, touring the world as Romeo in the Oxford Stage Company's production of "Romeo and Juliet." He also appeared in the world premiere of Pete Townshend's rock opera "The Iron Man" at The Young Vic Theatre in London in 1993.
Moyer made the transition to television with the situation comedy "Conjugal Rites" (1993-94) and went on to act in numerous BBC series, including "Castles" (1995), "The Grand" (1997), "Life Support" (1999), "Lilies" (2007), and Channel Four's "NY-LON" (2004) opposite Rashida Jones. At the same time, he made guest appearances on popular U.K. shows such as "Cold Feet" (1999), "Midsomer Murders" (1999), and "Waking the Dead" (2005), as well as starring in British TV movies including "Men Only" (2001), "Menace" (2002), "The Final Quest" (2004), and "Empathy" (2007). In a foreshadowing of things to come, he played a vampire for two episodes of the 1998 British television series "Ultraviolet." On a funny note, unlike the other actors, he did not require prosthetic fangs for the role, as his real canines were unusually sharp.
Moyer made his big screen debut playing the title character in "Prince Valiant" (1997) with Katherine Heigl. Other film roles included the Oscar nominated "Quills" (2000) with Geoffrey Rush and Kate Winslet, "Undiscovered" (2005), "88 Minutes" starring Al Pacino, and "Restraint" (2008). Moyer began making inroads on the American side of the Atlantic with the TV movie "Princess of Thieves" (2001) with Keira Knightley; the NBC miniseries "Uprising" (2001) with David Schwimmer, Hank Azaria and Donald Sutherland; and the USA Network's series "The Starter Wife" (2007) with Debra Messing.
But his American breakthrough would not arrive until "True Blood" (HBO, 2008- ), a series created by Alan Ball based on The Southern Vampire Mysteries series of novels by best-selling author, Charlaine Harris. The first season premiered in September 2008 and won an Emmy for Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series (and a Golden Globe for series' star Anna Paquin). The premiere of the second season on June 14, 2009, was viewed by 3.7 million, making it HBO's most watched program on since the series finale of "The Sopranos" in 2007. An average of 12.4 million a week watched the second season, making it destination television.
Like the couple in the "Twilight" film series - which also made its debut in 2008 - Moyer's vampire falls in love with a human, the telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse (Paquin). But in marked contrast to the chaste "Twilight" teens, the "True Blood" lovers enjoyed graphic sex. Moyer even joked that "Twilight" character Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) was "the Slim-Fast, Diet Coke of vampires" but apologized when hordes of outraged "Twilight" fans complained throughout the blogosphere. In August 2009, Moyer and Paquin, who had fallen in love on set, confirmed they were engaged. In 2010, as rapper Snoop Dogg released the Paquin tribute single "Oh Sookie," Moyer made headlines discussing how he was unperturbed by his fiancée's bisexuality. In August 2010, the couple tied the knot with much of the "True Blood" cast in attendance. As season six was about to begin in 2012, the couple announced they were pregnant.
|Lilac Moyer||Daughter||Born 2002|
|Billy Moyer||Son||Born 2000|
|Anna Paquin||Wife||Co-starred on HBO series "True Blood"; Announced engagement August 2009; Married Aug. 21, 2010 in Malibu, CA|
|London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art|
|St. Martin's School|
|In his teens, was a lead singer in a band called The Prophecy|
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