True Blood Star Teams Up with Central Florida Foundation to Take a Bite Out of Childhood Cancer
Orlando, FL, August 07, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Mariana Klaveno, who played Lorena on HBO's hit series True Blood, is teaming up with the Be Brave Foundation to take a bite out of the financial hardships caused by Childhood Cancer. For every $5 you donate below, you will be entered in a drawing to win a signed script from Mariana from True Blood, with a personalized message from her. So, the more you donate, the better your chances of winning! And, as a consolation to the person who donates the most money during this campaign, you will receive a personalized signed 8x10 from Mariana. The contest will end August 24 at 11pm. (EDT) to coincide with the end of the final episode of True Blood. The winner will be drawn the following day by random number assignment, and will be notified within 24 hours. To make a donation and be entered to win, visit: http:www.bebravefoundation.org/true-blood.html
Mariana Klaveno appeared in the HBO Series True Blood, alongside Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer, in the fifth episode of season one as the vampire Lorena, who turned Bill Compton into a vampire. Her character became a regular with starring credits in the second half of season two and into season three. She has since starred in the Lifetime hit show, Devious Maids, and is set to star the CBS drama, Stalker, coming October 2014.
She was nominated along with the starring cast of True Blood for the "Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series" at the 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild awards in January 2010.
Mariana has been friends with the Chambers' family since 2010, and has been very vocal in her support of young Joshua's battle against leukemia. She is now taking it to the next level to help support other children and families through her involvement with the Be Brave Foundation.