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Actor Ryan Kwanten looks handsome as he promotes new series Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones

Actor Ryan Kwanten looks handsome as he promotes new series Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones

Actor Ryan Kwanten looks a world away from his days as Jason Stackhouse in True Blood as he promotes his new series Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones in Pasadena

Ryan Kwanten had a breakthrough role on HBO’s True Blood from 2008 to 2014. 

And the 43-year-old looked a world away from his playful character Jason Stackhouse, while cutting a serious figure on Saturday.   

The actor was busy promoting his new project Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones as part of the 2020 Winter Television Critics Association tour in Pasadena. 

New look: Ryan Kwanten, 43, (pictured) looked a world away from his days as Jason Stackhouse in True Blood as he promoted Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones in Pasadena

Ryan sat next to his co-stars Juliette Lewis and Kristin Bauer van Straten, with him speaking onstage at the Blumhouse Television and Facebook Watch segment.

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Ryan appeared animated as spoke to the crowd describing the project in detail and speaking about his take at the The Langham Huntington.  

The actor appeared clearly upbeat, with him smirking at some points and gesturing with his hands while speaking while sat on a leather chair.  

Handsome: Ryan looked animated as he spoke about the series, in which he plays inmate Peter, a man with a troubled past  

Leading man: The actor opted for a beige top while promoting the original drama series, which will air on Facebook Watch next month

The actor looked every inch the part of the Hollywood hunk, wearing his cropped chestnut brown hair in a neat part. 

The Australian star also sported a bit of scruffy facial hair, of course making hearts in the room flutter with delight. 

The actor opted for a casual look for the event, wearing a beige short sleeve t-shirt with a pocket. He paired the top with slim-fit black jeans. 

Holding court: Ryan was engaging as he promoted the series alongside Kristin Bauer van Straten (R), while speaking at the event  

He finished the ensemble with a black wristwatch along with stylish black lace-up boots.  

According to blog Futon Critic, this season of Sacred Lies follow Elise as she searches for a family she never knew after being abandoned as a child

The story line is heavily inspired by the Brothers Grimm’s The Singing Bone with real crime cases weaved into the fictitious story. 

Who me? Ryan even appeared to get a cheeky laugh out of the crowd. Here with co-star Kristin Bauer van Straten (R)  

Ryan plays Peter, Elise’s father, who is currently incarcerated for past dark crimes, with him possibly having committed more crimes than is first thought. 

While Juliette Lewis plays Harper, a telemarketer-turned-amateur detective who has made a lifestyle out of searching for unidentified murder victims. 

The series has the same executive producer as True Blood.  

Actor‘s studio: Ryan and his co-stars Juliette Lewis (L) and Kristin Bauer van Straten (R) took turns in speaking about the project 

Facebook Watch is the social media giant’s on-demand video streaming service.   

Australian-born Ryan is well-known to cable TV fans having starred on True Blood in the main cast ensemble from 2008 to 2014. 

The hunky actor also stars on The Oath, which premiered on Sony Crackle on March 8, last year

He is most recognisable to Australian and UK fans from the long-running series Home and Away, where he starred as Vinny Patterson from 1997 to 2002.  

Oh my! Most True Blood fans remember Ryan (L) as the buff hunk Jason Stackhouse

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