A greasy Godric is better than no Godric at all.
When HBO’s “True Blood” killed off—better yet, burned to a crisp—the character of Godric a few weeks ago, we lost our weekly dose of 19-year-old actor Allan Hyde.
But thanks to photographer Tyler Shields, we now have a few shots of a greasy Godric, quite a departure from his look as a 2,000-year-old vampire on the HBO hit.
We’ll take either, so we offer up a little of both.
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