Louis

Louis de Pointe du Lac

Louis is the narrator of Interview With the Vampire, the first book in the series. He is often described as the most human of the immortals. He seems to drift through time, with no purpose or goals. Louis does not appear to enjoy his immortality, and longs to be mortal again.

"Louis de Pointe du Lac...: slender, slightly less tall than Lestat, his maker, black of hair, gaunt and white of skin, with amazingly long and delicate fingers and feet that do not make a sound. Louis, whose green eyes are soulful, the very mirror of patient misery, soft-voiced, very human, weak, having lived only two hundred years, unable to read minds, or to levitate, or to spellbind others except inadvertently, which can be hilarious, an immortal with whom mortals fall in love." - The Vampire Armand

 

Jim Stanek

 

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Broadway: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, The Rivals, Little Women, Indiscretions. Off-Broadway: Slut; I Love You, You're Perfect. Now Change; Captains Courageous. Regional: My Fair Lady (McCarter), Threepenny Opera (Williamstown), 3hree Musketeers (San Jose), Thoroughly Modern Millie (La Jolla). Film: Borough of Kings, Bella TV: "Adversaries" (NBC Pilot), "Guiding Light". Recordings: 3hree Musketeers, ... Forum. Education: Carnegie Mellon University (BFA) Inspiration: My wife Beth, our boys, family and faith. Distracted by: action figures.