Jessica Clark Talks Being Covered In Lilith’s “Red, Sticky Blood Goo” (VIDEO)
For some actors on True Blood, the makeup process entails more than just the application of fake fangs. Jessica Clark, for example, had to have her skin painted for four hours every day on set as she became the world’s first vampire, Lilith.
“There’s [a] number of funny incidents when you’re... covered in red, sticky blood goo,” the Brit laughs as she talks to The Huffington Post.
“They made me this cardboard tube, which they had to lower over my head, and then three people had to walk along holding it,” she explains. “That was how they would transition me from my dressing room to set ... they would have to bring me lunch and semi-feed me because I would stick to things.”