Hayley Camille Biography & Facts
The Originals is an American fantasy-drama television series picked up by The CW television network for their fall 2013 schedule, after a backdoor pilot for the series aired as an episode of The CW series The Vampire Diaries in April 2013. It is a spin-off of The Vampire Diaries, sharing similar themes and depictions of reality as its predecessor. The show revolves around three Mikaelson siblings, Klaus (Joseph Morgan), Elijah (Daniel Gillies), and Rebekah (Claire Holt), collectively known as "original vampires", or simply the "originals". The Originals is set in the city of New Orleans. It was created by Julie Plec.
The following is a list of series regulars who have appeared in one or more of the series' five seasons. The characters are listed in the order they were first credited in the series.
= Main cast
= Recurring cast
= Guest/Special Guest cast
Played by Joseph Morgan
TVD recurring season: 2
TVD starring seasons: 3–4
TO starring seasons: 1–5
TVD special guest starring seasons: 5, 7
Also played by Aiden Flowers (young Niklaus) into seasons 1–2, 4
Niklaus Mikaelson (based on Klaus from "The Vampire Diaries" novels), more commonly known as Klaus, is an Original vampire, later known to be the Original Hybrid (half werewolf-half vampire).
In The Vampire Diaries
Klaus Mikaelson is a fictional character in the series. Klaus, his father (later revealed to be his step-father), half-brothers, and half-sister became the very first vampires after their mother, a witch, cast a spell on them in order to protect them from werewolves. His mother is characterized as adulterous, and Klaus' biological father was a werewolf, which makes Klaus the only original vampire-werewolf hybrid in existence. However, his werewolf powers were bound to the moonstone by a band of witches, which includes his mother. To release his werewolf powers a ritual, in which a werewolf, a vampire, and a Petrova doppelgänger have to be sacrificed, has to take place. The first Petrova doppelgänger Klaus found was Katerina Petrova, but she escaped Klaus with the moonstone and hung herself in order to become a vampire so that she would be useless for the ritual. Klaus then wanted revenge on Katerina, causing her to spend centuries running from him.
Hundreds of years later, Klaus finds Katerina and Elena Gilbert, the next Petrova doppelgänger, through Isobel Flemming. He kidnaps Katerina and makes her torture herself. After collecting the moonstone, a werewolf, Jules, the Petrova dopplegänger, Elena, and turning Jenna Sommers into a vampire, he begins the ritual, and his werewolf side is released. He later blackmails Stefan into helping him create more non-original werewolf-vampire hybrids, which he wants to create because he feels lonely, and turns him into a killer again. It is later revealed that he brought Stefan with him because they were once friends. After he finds out that he needs Elena's blood to create more non-original werewolf-vampire hybrids, he compels Stefan to stay in Mystic Falls to protect her but also turns off his humanity. He also turns Tyler Lockwood into his first non-original werewolf-vampire hybrid. It is later found out that Klaus killed his own mother because she cast the spell on him that locked away his werewolf side and that therefore his step-father, Mikael, has been hunting him for centuries. After Damon un-daggers Elijah, who un-daggers Klaus' other half-siblings, and Bonnie Bennett and her mother are able to open up the casket that holds Klaus' mother, Klaus is reunited with his entire family again. After saving Caroline Forbes' life by giving her his blood to heal her from Tyler's bite, he becomes interested in Caroline and invites her to the Original Vampires' ball, where they share a dance together. Bonnie later performs a desiccation spell to neutralize him, but he is later staked to death by Alaric. However, it is revealed that Bonnie cast a spell allowing him to inhabit Tyler's body. Thus, forcing Tyler to leave his body. Then in the next season, Klaus forces Bonnie to put him back into his own body.
In The Originals
Klaus must deal with a series of betrayals, personal growth, and the meaning of family in The Originals.
Klaus is drawn back to the French Quarter of New Orleans, a city he founded, and one he considered one of his best and greatest achievements before he was forced to flee from his stepfather's arrival. The group of witches who recalled him to the city inform Klaus that Hayley Marshall is carrying his unborn child, and make a deal with him: overthrow Marcel, the vampire king of New Orleans, in exchange for his unborn child's safety. Klaus, Marcel's sire, and former adoptive family had believed Marcel had been murdered and mourned him for years, while Marcel chose to use Klaus's absence to take the city for his own, instead of seeking the Originals out and rejoining their family. Klaus is devastated by this betrayal and theft and vows to remove Marcel and retake the city.
Klaus is characterized as a sensitive and artistic child who was singled out from all of his siblings by his father for the most horrific abuse. Even before the revelation of his mother's affair and Klaus's bastard status, Klaus was treated to extreme violence at the hands of the one he called his father. As such, Klaus has very mixed feelings about his own child, and his future role as a father, but eventually vows to protect Hayley and their baby no matter what and break the cycle of fatherly violence. Hayley and Klaus have no intention of rekindling what had been a one-night stand, but remain on amiable, if sometimes tense, terms, and Klaus has a tendency to be mildly possessive of Hayley and jealous of her affections for his brother, Elijah.
Klaus becomes friends with Camille, a human bartender and grad student studying psychology. Camille has an understanding of Klaus's complexity and is unafraid to call Klaus out on his rash behavior. Klaus treats her as a sort of confidant and begins to see and unravel some of his destructive patterns.
Klaus is extremely manipulative and quick to use the most complex and devious of means to strong-arm and force people to give him his way, believing they will always follow their most base and selfish urges. This, combined with his paranoia, ease with violence, and tendency to be extremely controlling of those he actually likes, ensure that few of Klaus's good intentions ever turn out well or are perceived as good.
Rebekah, Klaus's younger sister and favorite, most-trusted sibling, betrays Klaus in a way he is not sure he can forgive, and deal with his elder brother, Elijah, trying to control and fetter him 'for his own good. Klaus must also handle the betrayal of Marcel, whom he long thought of as a son, choosing to believe Klaus is a monster in need of vanquishing, and whom Klaus can never bring himself to kill.
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