Joseph Morgan

Joseph Morgan


5/16/1981, London, England

Birth Name

Joseph Martin


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Joseph was born in London but spent his early years on the other side of England in Swansea before moving back to London. He is perhaps best known for his role as an original vampire named Klaus on The Vampire Diaries for which he was nominated for Choice…more


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  • A great actor!

    I don't normally review people on this site, but I decided to make an exception for this guy. As I'm sure most of you already know, Joseph Morgan portrays Klaus on the CW's The Vampire Diaries and does a superb job at it if I might add.

    Playing a villain that you both love and hate simultaneously seems to be harder than most people think. Why do I get that notion? Because most actors can't seem to pull it off. Joseph Morgan, on the other hand, has done a brilliant job to the likes of Sephiroth from Final Fantasy VII.

    Now I don't want to venture off too far down the video game geek trail but that just had to be mentioned. In all my years watching television and cinema and playing a video game here and there, I've never seen a more well-written villain than Sephiroth. That is, until Klaus came along.

    And that right there just about sums it up.moreless