|Location:||Baton Rouge, Louisiana|
|Relatives:||Truman Burrell |
Eric Northman 
|Actor:||Amelia Rose Blaire|
Willa Burrell is a fictional vampire and a supporting character on the HBO supernatural horror series True Blood. Played by actress Amelia Rose Blaire, she was introduced in the second episode of season six, "The Sun". She was credited in nineteen episodes of the series, but actually only appeared in sixteen episodes. She appeared in nine episodes from season six and seven episodes from season seven, including the series finale.
Willa Burrell was the teenage daughter of Louisiana governor, Truman Burrell. A headstrong and opinionated young woman, she often voiced her opposition to her father's civil rights views concerning vampires. She was eventually made a vampire herself by Eric Northman - the first progeny he had created since Pam De Beaufort over a century earlier. Despite her relationship to the Governor, Willa was one of dozens of vampires rounded up and taken to a special concentration camp. However, she was segregated from the others, presumably for her own protection.
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The character of Willa Burrell was created by director Daniel Attias and script writer Angela Robinson based on concepts originally developed by author Charlaine Harris.
- Willa Burrell is exclusive to the continuity of the True Blood television series and does not have a counterpart in the "Southern Vampire Mysteries" book series.
- Temporarily became a Daywalker after drinking the blood of Bill Compton.
- Willa Burrell had a natural talent for glamouring humans.
- Gave blood to Lettie Mae Thornton to help her heal from a burn injury.
- Drank blood from Reverend Daniels on one occasion.
- Willa Burrell's victims include a Camp Burrell doctor and several of the Hep-V vampires.
- Actress Amelia Rose Blaire is also known for playing the role of serial killer Piper Shaw on MTV's Scream: The Series.