True Blood co-stars Stephen Moyer and Britt Morgan have reached out to troubled LGBT teens in It Gets Better videos.

Twenty-three-year-old Morgan, who plays werewolf Debbie Pelt, shares her story of being bullied as a teen because she suffered from scoliosis.

“I had to wear this back brace, and I was really, really crooked, and I walked funny, and I had a hunch on my back,” an emotional Morgan says in her nearly 3-minute video. “I remember … how bad I used to get picked on.”

“There is not a more alone feeling than when you're being picked on because you're different. And no matter your race or your sexual orientation or whatever you look like or whatever makes you different and special it's okay to be who you are,” she adds. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

In his video, Moyer, who plays vampire Bill Compton, says he tells his children that “this part of their life if just a small part” when they get bullied in school.

Moyer and Morgan are the latest True Blood co-stars to record videos for gay activist Dan Savage's It Gets Better Project, which urges teens being bullied because they are or are perceived to be gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender to hang in there, because life gets better. Anna Paquin, who plays Sookie Stackhouse, Alexander Skarsgard, who plays vampire Eric Northman, Rutina Wesley, who plays lesbian cage-fighter Tara Thornton, Kristen Bauer, who plays vampire Pam Ravenscroft, and Nelsan Ellis, who plays vampire blood dealer Lafayette Reynolds, have also recorded videos.