Actress Mariana Klaveno has made a lasting impression as Lorena, Bill Compton’s “maker” on the award-winning "True Blood" on HBO. Before portraying a seductive and manipulative vampire, Klaveno grew up in rural Washington State on a family-owned and operated farm. After graduating valedictorian of her high school class and earning her BA in Theatre at University of Washington in Seattle, a chance meeting with acclaimed Producer/Director JJ Abrams led to her network television debut in "Alias." However, it wasn’t until her standout guest performance as a modern-day Bonnie Parker on "Standoff" opposite Ron Livingston and Rosemarie DeWitt that people really began to take notice. Additional guest roles soon followed including "ER," "K-Ville," "Hawaii Five-0," "Criminal Minds," and a recurring role on "Dexter." Klaveno has also starred in the telefilms "While the Children Sleep;" "No God, No Master;" and "Innocent."
Peri's burgeoning acting career is giving her everything she ever wanted from life: fame, fortune, influence. But when she discovers that her husband is having a secret affair with Rosie, Peri takes drastic steps to eliminate her from the picture. Peri is determined to retain her image as the consummate actress, mother and wife, and she’s not about to let a maid get in her way of her happiness.