True Blood stars Anna Paquin and
Stephen Moyer and Pauley Perrette, who plays Abby Sciuto on the CBS
police drama NCIS, were among the stars attending a fundraiser for
gay student support group The
Saturday's Point Honors scholarship
gala was held at Jim Henson studios in Los Angeles.
The Point Foundation provides financial
support, mentoring and leadership training to gay, lesbian, bisexual
and transgender students.
Paquin, 29, who plays waitress Sookie
Stackhouse on the HBO supernatural drama True Blood, attended
the event escorted by her co-star and husband Moyer. The 41-year-old
Moyer plays vampire Bill Compton on the drama.
Last year, Paquin announced she's
bisexual in a PSA for Cyndi Lauper's Give a Damn campaign.
“I'm Anna Paquin. I'm bisexual and I
give a damn,” she
said in the spot.
Also attending the fundraiser were
Carson Kressley (Carson Nation, Dancing with the Stars), John
Michael Higgins (Happily Divorced), Adam Pally (Happy
Endings), Rex Lee (Entourage), Pauley Perrette (NCIS)
and Busy Phillips (Cougar Town). Tyler Robinson, a contestant
on the first season of the NBC reality talent contest The Voice,
and Jake Walden performed.