Daniel Gillies

Vampire Diaries: Daniel Gillies remembers creating 'the monster in the suit' via EW

By Daniel Gillies via Entertainment Weekly

With one season left in The Vampire Diaries’ run, we decided it was time to start collecting everyone’s final diary entries. Every week during the final season, EW is asking those involved with the show to look back on one of their favorite moments from the series. So grab your tissues and join us on this trip down a vampire-filled memory lane.

This week, Daniel Gillies remembers his beginning as Elijah Mikaelson…

Very little was described to me in the beginning. They didn’t know what they wanted to do with Elijah. It was never anyone’s intention to make him Klaus’ brother. He was something of a mercenary or a hit man, and I think he was destined to be eliminated relatively early in the fabric of that narrative. I was very blessed in that I had a decent character and for some reason I immediately knew he was going to be around for a while, just even reading the sides. I don’t know how I knew, I just knew instinctively that there was something interesting about him. It was just one of those lucky occasions where you have a sensation of what you feel the character is and fortunately, I immediately had a grasp of what he is.

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'Daniel Gillies full interview with 2 Single Moms intern Ann' by 2 Single Moms

2 Single Moms


Via '2 Single Moms' YouTube channel
"2 Single Moms young intern Ann tackles her second interview with Daniel Gillies from Spiderman 2, Saving Hope, Vampire Diaries and The Originals. Ann is autistic, and would like to bring public awareness to what the face of high functioning autism looks like."

The Originals Interview: TVLine Studio Presented by ZTE. Comic-Con 2016 by TVLine

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               Check out TV Line's article here

Andy Swift from TVLine talks to 'The Originals' cast at San Diego Comic Con, 2016.

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The CW drama’s cast, along with executive producer Julie Plec, stopped by TVLine’s San Diego Comic-Con suite (presented by ZTE) to preview what’s to come after the impending five-year time jump.