"I condone what she has done 100 percent," Moyer tells of Paquin.
"It's her business to talk about it, not mine. I'm proud of who she is." PHOTOS: From Rob to Brad to Stephen, vampires through the years The couple became engaged in August 2009.
Still, you don’t appear to be alone in being perplexed by Larry King’s interview with Paquin.
By the time she returned to the screen playing a young version of the title character in the Charlotte Brontë classic, .
She played a schoolteacher who worked with a Sioux doctor to help Native Americans on a reservation in the late 1800s.
On the show, her character Sookie Stackhouse meets a seductive 173 year old vampire named Bill Compton, played by Stephen Moyer.
The sparks between the two were evident one and off the screen.
In the film, she played the daughter of a mute woman (Holly Hunter).
The pair travel to New Zealand so that Hunter's character can marry a wealthy man (Sam Neill), but she falls for one of his workers (Harvey Keitel).
On a lark, Paquin decided to audition for a role in a new movie directed by Jane Campion.
Only 9 years old at the time, she had no professional acting experience before she went to the open casting call.
"It's not as though people I've been with before haven't been loving, but with Anna it's just about pure trust, on camera and off," Moyer gushes.
"I have never trusted anybody like I trust Anna." In the interview, Moyer also opens up about his own sexual awakening.
The bride wore a classic white halterneck dress, and wore her hair in an elegant updo.