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Gillian Anderson to Devour Hannibal

It was announced yesterday that the immensely talented and disarmingly gorgeous Gillian Anderson will be returning to Hannibal for its third season, this time as a series regular. Anderson, who is openly bisexual, recurred in the first two seasons of the NBC thriller as Bedelia du Maurier, Hannibal Lecter’s shrink. Those who saw the second season finale shouldn’t be surprised to find out they’ll be seeing more of Bedelia. Anderson has had a serious relationship with a woman in real life, but it was Katharine Isabelle who portrayed lesbian Margot Verger in the last season of the series.

To celebrate once again seeing the former X-Files star weekly on network television, let’s take a look at our favorite GIFs of Gillian in Hannibal.

 

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3 thoughts on “Gillian Anderson to Devour Hannibal

  1. Anderson has devoured a lot of pussy over the years and is currently in a relationship with a woman. A lingerie model named Elisha Jade Donowa was her prior downlow relationship, and she’s since disappeared after a rumoured payout from Anderson to stay quiet (no social media, no interviews and no modeling since some tab people started talking about her and the possible payoff to stay quiet on their relationship). Anderson is hot as hell; it would be a good thing if she would just fully commit and come out of the closet. She’s a tv character actress, her career is SAFE.

    Posted by murray | September 12, 2014, 7:05 am

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