Carrie Preston, who plays Arlene Fowler on the HBO supernatural drama True Blood, has recorded an It Gets Better video.

Preston is the latest True Blood co-star to record a PSA 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.

The 44-year-old Preston says she wants teens to know that the bullying is temporary.

“You are surrounded actually in this world by a much larger community who is made up of gay people and straight people and bisexual people and transgender people. But I think we're a community that's not really commonly brought together because we have a certain sexual orientation. We're a part of a community that's humane, a part of a community that accepts people, a part of a community that loves people. And will love you for who you are.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

Anna Paquin, who plays Sookie Stackhouse, Alexander Skarsgard, who plays vampire Eric Northman, Rutina Wesley, who plays lesbian cage-fighter Tara Thornton, and Kristen Bauer, who plays vampire Pam Ravenscroft, have also recorded videos for the campaign.

More recently, Nelsan Ellis, who plays flamboyant gay prostitute and vampire blood dealer Lafayette Reynolds, Sam Trammell, who plays Sam Merlotte, Deborah Ann Woll, who plays newly-turned vampire Jessica Hamby, Janina Gavankar, who plays Luna, and Joe Manganiello, who plays werewolf Alcide Herveaux, have also joined the campaign.

Ryan Kwanten, who plays Jason Stackhouse, and Chris Bauer, who plays detective Andy Bellefleur, appear together in another video.