Anna Helene Paquin (born 24 July 1982) is a Canadian-born New Zealand film, television and theatre actress. Paquin's first critically successful film was The Piano, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in 1994 at the age of 11 – the second youngest winner in history. She later appeared in a number of successful films including Fly Away Home, She's All That, Almost Famous and the X-Men franchise.
12.09.2011 [seenit.co.uk] - The series introduces Sookie Stackhouse (AnnaPaquin), a barmaid living in Bon Temps, Louisianna who can read people's minds. Her life is soon turned upside down when the entrancing Vampire Bill (Stephen Moyer), walks into Merlotte's bar two years
11.09.2011 [Film News] - AnnaPaquin doesn't want a “pity party” but still finds it strange that a fan asked for her photograph when she was crying. The star has been acting for years, picking up an Oscar for The Piano when she was just 11. It means she's grown up being
11.09.2011 [ATV Today] - Meanwhile Vampire Bill (Stephen Moyer) has been kidnapped and a frantic Sookie (AnnaPaquin) wants him found trouble is the local police aren't all that bothered about a missing vampire. Waterloo Road: The BBC One school-drama returns once again - it
09.09.2011 [Metro] - Australian actress Mia Wasikowksa follows in the footsteps of Joan Fontaine, AnnaPaquin and many more in the latest version of Charlotte Brontë's 19th-century novel. After a difficult childhood, things look up for plain Jane when she is taken on as
05.09.2011 [HeyUGuys.co.uk] - Written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan, writer of Gangs of New York, the film has a pretty terrific cast, led by AnnaPaquin and also starring Matt Damon, Mark Ruffalo, Allison Janney, Matthew Broderick, Kieran Culkin, Jean Reno, and Olivia Thirlby.