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Russell Edgington is a character in both Charlaine Harris' "The Southern Vampire Mysteries" series of books as well as HBO's "True Blood," the TV series based on Harris' books.
In the book series, Edgington is a small vampire with red hair and thick southern accent and the vampire king of Mississippi. He is first introduced in third novel, "Club Dead," at the vampire bar Josephine's. Described as the perfect southern gentleman, Russell prefers men, with Talbot his steady human companion. In "Dead as a Doornail," Sookie learns that he collects the "unusual." In the seventh novel, "All Together Dead," he marries the King of Indiana, Bartlette Crowe, and it appears to be a love match and not, as is common between vampire kings and queens, a political union.
The character of Edgington is slightly different in the HBO series. In "True Blood," Edgington is the Vampire King of Mississippi of Celtic origin and the main antagonist of season three. As in the books, he prefers men and has a consort, Talbot (though Talbot is, in the series, not a human but a vampire several hundred years old). As in the books, Russell weds in the series, but unlike his marriage for love in the novels, Russell weds the vampire queen of Louisiana, Sophie-Anne Leclerq, purely for political gain. After Eric discovers that it was Russell who, many years prior, had killed Eric's entire family, he takes his revenge by destroying Russell's consort, Talbot. Unhinged by his lover's death, Russell -- who gathers Talbot's remains into a crystal urn and takes to talking to it regularly as he carries it with him -- plots to kill Eric. In the season finale, Russell, tricked by Eric into drinking Sookie's fairy blood and venturing into the sunlight, is buried alive in cement by Eric and Bill Compton. Denis O'Hare, who portrays Russell in the series, has implied that Russell may return in season four.