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Vampire Authority in True Blood Season 5
While we’re all busy watching our favorite TV shows that air during the regular TV season, summer shows like True Blood are hard at work writing and filming their new seasons. True Blood specifically is producing its fifth season and is bringing some pretty heavy hitting actors for some guest roles, such as Law & Order: SVU’s Chris Meloni. The latest hot shot to visit Bon Temps is current Spartacus cast member, Peter Mensah. Somewhere out there someone just yelled, “This is Sparta!” and then kicked the air.
The 300 actor was reported to be appearing in True Blood Season 5 by Deadline. He will play the recurring role of Kibwe, the Chancellor for the Authority (whatever that means). I’m pretty sure that’s a made up position, or at least one that can only be held by a vampire. Those vamps have a weird system of government that I don’t quite understand. If someone wanted to explain it to me in excruciating detail I would very much appreciate. it I’m not joking. I am legitimately interested in learning about the vampire government in True Blood.
Mensah is an instantly recognizable actor simply because everyone remembers him as the dude Leonidas kicked into that giant open pit in 300. Whenever I see him, no matter what it is I’m watching, I always think back to that scene. But I never, ever say, “This is Sparta!” I’m an adult. I don’t have time for that nonsense (just kidding, I do it every time).