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A new and suspicious vampire lurking around Bon Temps who could spell trouble for Tara.
The eldest of eight children James Frain was born in Leeds, Yorkshire and raised in Essex. He received a degree in drama from the University of East Anglia and went on to graduate from London's Central School of Speech and Drama. There, he was discovered by Richard Attenborough, who directed him in Shadowlands (1993), his feature film debut. James then went on to portray several memorable roles, notably as Kenny in Nothing Personal for which he was nominated Best Actor at the 1995 Venice Film Festival, Alvaro De la Quadra in Elizabeth (1998), and Daniel Barenboim in Hilary and Jackie (1998). He also appeared in Istvan Szabo's Sunshine (1999), Julie Taymor's Titus (1999), Where the Heart Is (2000) opposite Natalie Portman, and The Count of Monte Cristo (2002). He appears opposite Kate Beckinsale and Robert De Niro in Everybody's Fine (2009). He has recently been working more in US television including 24 (2001) and The Closer (2005) and appears in The Tudors (2007) on Showtime as Thomas Cromwell.