Alexander Drew was just a child -- sort of. Turned at the tender age of 9, Drew looked like a child but was actually a very old vampire. However, when the Vampire Authority's Roman Zimojic found out that the young-looking vampire was not supportive of his movement, Roman staked him, leaving his own face covered in Drew's bloody remains.
Lorena Krasiki is the vampire who "made" Bill Compton. She reunites with him in season three and, despite Bill's resistance, they have violent, head-turning (literally) sex. Eventually Lorena realizes that Bill is just faking his interest in her, and resolves to kill him. But Sookie arrives in time to stake her through her cold, dead, ancient heart.
Maryann Forrester was a powerful woman who worshiped the god Dionysus. She creates massive havoc when she arrives in Bon Temps. She’s killed by Sam, who transforms into a white bull and tricks Maryann into thinking he’s Dionysus. He stabs her with his horn before reverting back to his human form.
Ms. Suzuki was a businesswoman working for the Japanese company that produced Tru Blood. After realizing that Sarah Newlin was tampering with her product, she went head-to-head with her at the Vamp Camp. But Sarah Newlin eventually took her down and stabbed her with her own stiletto. Ouch.
Chris Meloni played the badass leader of the Vampire Authority, Roman Zimojic. He was a big supporter of vampire and human coexistence. While he was usually cool and calm, he was never one to back down from a necessary killing. He met the true death when Russell Edgington escapes and kills him.
Rosalyn Harris was the redheaded chancellor of the Authority. She is killed when Sam Merlotte shape-shifts into a fly and flies into her mouth. He then shifts back into his human form while inside her, causing a bloody, bloody mess.
Rene Lenier/Drew Marshall
Rene Lenier was thought to be one of Jason Stackhouse's best friends. But in season one we find out that he's actually a serial killer named Drew Marshall. Sookie ends up killing him with a shovel in one of the more memorable deaths on the show.
The former vampire king of Mississippi was considered one of the oldest and most powerful vampires in existence. Thought to be dead at the end of season three, he returned in season five to terrorize humans and vampires alike. Eric Northman was finally able to kill him once and for all in a literally explosive scene.
Adele Stackhouse, or Gran as Sookie called her, was a kindhearted woman who supported Sookie in her friendships and dating life. In the first season, Sookie returns home one night to find her grandmother murdered and her blood all over the kitchen floor.
Eddie Fournier was a relatively young vampire who was trading his blood for sex with Lafayette. He was kidnapped by Jason and his girlfriend Amy, who drained him of his blood. Jason began to feel bad about his actions and decided to free Eddie, but Amy wasn’t having that and stabbed him to true death.
FX's biker drama has never shied away from a good death -- whether that's through a bullet to the head or a bloody fight on the streets of Charming. With season five starting off with the death of beloved member Opie, THR takes a look back at some of the show's most pivotal deaths. Warning: Spoilers ahead. View gallery
THR’s Sherry Lansing Leadership Award winner opens up about counseling Queen Latifah and Steve Harvey, “the only thing” she questioned about leaving her daily talker and why “there won’t be a ‘next Oprah.’ ” View gallery
The Amazon -- aka Diana Prince -- has been portrayed by the likes of Lynda Carter, Cathy Lee Crosby, Adrianne Palicki and Keri Russell. Joining their ranks, Gal Gadot is set to star in Zack Snyder's upcoming "Batman vs. Superman." View gallery