Deborah Ann Woll
|Deborah Ann Woll|
Woll at the 2010 Screen Actors Guild Awards, Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles on January 23, 2010
February 7, 1985 |
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Woll was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, and went to high school at the Packer Collegiate Institute. She graduated from the BFA program in the USC School of Theatre at the University of Southern California.
Woll has made guest appearances on several television programs, including Life, Aces 'n Eights, ER, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (17th episode of 8th season, "For Gedda"), My Name Is Earl, The Mentalist and Law and Order SVU. Woll received her breakout role as Bill Compton's vampire progeny, Jessica, on the HBO television series True Blood. Her film roles include Mother's Day, which is directed by Darren Lynn Bousman; Little Murder, which co-stars Josh Lucas; and the independent film Highland Park.
Woll's boyfriend, EJ Scott, suffers from a condition, Choroideremia, which ultimately results in blindness. She uses her celebrity status to help raise awareness of the disease. She has been quoted as saying that her boyfriend's bravery in fighting his disability has inspired her own battle with celiac disease, which makes her body intolerant to foods containing gluten.
|2008||Aces 'n Eights||Terrified Woman||TV-Film|
|2010||Mother's Day||Lydia Koffin|
|Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You||Gillian Sveck|
|Seven Days in Utopia||Sarah|
|2013||Meet Me in Montenegro||Post-production|
|2008||ER||Aurora Quill||1 Episode|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Stephane - Waitress||1 Episode|
|My Name Is Earl||Greta||2 Episodes|
|2008–present||True Blood||Jessica Hamby||Primary Character
Satellite Award - Special Achievement Award for Best Ensemble - Television
Scream Award for Best Breakout Performance Female
Nominated — Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
|2009||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Lily Milton||1 Episode|
|The Mentalist||Kerry Sheehan||1 Episode|
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