Stephen Moyer

Stephen Moyer‘s new film as a director, A Bit of Light, starring Anna Paquin and Ray Winstone, is now in theaters, on demand and on digital. His passion for acting began in local theatre in Brentwood and Chelmsford, Essex where he also made a name for himself with his own theatre company, The Reject Society. He then trained at LAMDA and began his professional acting career on stage, including two years with the Royal Shakespeare Company and in the world premiere of Pete Townshend’s rock opera The Iron Man at the Young Vic. He is best known for co-starring with Anna Paquin in Alan Ball’s Golden Globe-nominated show for HBO, True Blood (2008) as the 173-year-old vampire Bill Compton. Moyer, who can currently be seen in Paramount +’s Sexy Beast, the final two episodes of which he directed, also helmed several episodes of True Blood as well as Amazon Prime Video’s Flack, starring Paquin and executive produced by the pair. He made his feature directing debut with The Parting Glass, also produced by Moyer and Paquin.


Three Great Things: Stephen Moyer

By Stephen Moyer | April 16, 2024

Three Great Things: Stephen Moyer

The actor-turned-director, whose new movie A Bit of Light is out now, waxes lyrical about pickleball, chutney and Keith Jarrett.