Stephen Moyer, who plays vampire Bill Compton on HBO's "True Blood," says he'll occasionally bite his fans, but only when they ask him to.
"If the person looks clean and wholesome, I might oblige," Moyer told The Advocate.
In the interview, which appears in the magazine's August issue, the actor talks about "True Blood's" dedicated LGBT fan base and the sexual tension between his character and Eric, played by Alexander Skarsgård.
When asked if Bill and Eric would ever be intimate, Moyer said, "Alex and I would absolutely embrace that. Last year, when Sookie had her fantasy about the two of them with her, we even suggested it."
Of course, as we reported in 2010, Skarsgård declines to cover his goods with a modesty sock while filming the series, now in its fifth season. But Moyer, who opts to don the sock, says he doesn't mind.
"We all know each other really well, and it's not that I care about what the actors think, but I don't think the crew necessarily needs to see my bits," he said.
One costar Moyer knows extremely well is wife Anna Paquin, who plays Sookie on the vampire drama. The pair are currently expecting twins, according to US Weekly.
As to whether or not "True Blood's" broad sexuality alienates some viewers, Moyer says, "We live in a very different world than we grew up in, so if people can't embrace that aspect of our show, then that's a shame."