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marco-james-vampire-diaries-casting-season-6TheWrap has learned exclusively that The Vampire Diaries has booked The Client List’s Marco James and Rectify’s Jayson Warner Smith for recurring roles in The Vampire Diaries Season 6!

New blood is just what the doctor ordered for the sixth season of CW’s “The Vampire Diaries.”

TheWrap has learned that Marco James has been cast in a recurring role as Liam, an attractive and smart upperclassman at Whitmore College.

Described as cocky yet good-natured, he’s a med student who comes from a family of doctors. James will make his first appearance on the Season 6 season premiere airing Thursday, Oct. 2 at 8/7c.

Also, if you’re a fan of Jayson Warner Smith, who played the psychopath death row inmate Wendall Jelks from Sundance’s “Rectify,” TheWrap has also learned that he just booked a really minor role on “TVD” for at least two episodes as a guy who runs a high-end hot rod shop. Alexander White Agency reps Smith.

And TV Guide and EW are some Casting scoop to share as well!!

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Chris Wood is trading in one diary for another.

The Carrie Diaries star has landed a recurring role on the upcoming season ofThe Vampire Diaries, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

Wood, whose credits also include Girls and Major Crimes, will play Kai, a charmingly unstable newcomer with the unsettling ability to seem normal as the situation demands. He can be both playful and obsessive with a mix of adolescent angst. Sounds like he’ll fit right in!

jody-lyn-okeefe-vampire-diaries-season-6-castingVia EW:

EW has learned exclusively that Hit the Floor‘s Jodi Lyn O’Keefe has been cast as new character Jo, “a tough and accomplished doctor at the university hospital. She demands excellence from her students and has learned the hard way that there’s no room for error in her profession.”

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THR has informed us of another new character coming to TVD. Emily C. Chang has been cast to play Ivy. Here are the deets!

The CW drama will be introducing the recurring character of Ivy, described as sweet and sincere. Actress Emily C. Chang, whose credits include Days of Our Lives and Total Recall, has booked the role.

Not much is known about Ivy, only that she’s “the quintessential girl next door with an unexpected wild side” — but knowing Vampire Diaries, the tide will turn sooner rather than later. She will first appear in the sixth-season premiere.

The World Premiere Of "The Rundown"Thanks to Julie Plec and Mr. Colin Ferguson, himself for the clues! Colin will be joining the cast this season as Tripp, Julie says that he will be giving Sheriff Forbes a run for her money! Hmmm….sounds like the sheriff might be getting a love interest!

Colin is best known for his role as Sheriff Jack Carter on Syfy’s Eureka.

UPDATE: TV Guide has also confirmed more details about Colin Ferguson’s character Tripp.

Tripp is a strong and disciplined head of a community militia and surrogate father to his young trainees who will do anything to protect his town. He’ll first appear in the Season 6 premiere, which takes place following a significant time jump.

Check out Julie and Colin’s tweets below!

vampire-diaries-casting-gabrielle-walshNew Vampire Diaries Season 6 casting info from Deadline:

Gabrielle Walsh has been cast in CW’s veteran drama The Vampire Diaries. She will play Sarah, who comes to Mystic Falls with spunk, street smarts and a shady agenda. The role is possibly recurring and will be introduced in the sixth season premiere on October 2. Walsh, repped by Greene & Associates Talent Agency and Luber Roklin, was most recently seen in Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones.

vampire-diaries-casting-raffi-barsoumianThanks to Deadline for this casting scoop! Raffi Barsoumian will be joining the cast of The Vampire Diaries as the mysterious Markos.

Raffi Barsoumian is set for a major recurring role on the CW’s most watched series, The Vampire Diaries. He will play Markos, an imposing and charismatic presence with supernatural origins. Barsoumian, repped by Gartner/Green and attorney Mitch Smelkinson, spent the last three seasons at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival before moving to LA last month.

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Thanks E!Online, we have some scoop on two new casting for The Vampire Diaries! Hellcats alum, Heather Hemmens will be joining the show as Maggie, a love interest for Enzo, and Chris Brochu is set to play, Luke a student from Whitemore who befriends Elena, Caroline and Bonnie, but has a secret agenda.

Hellcats star Heather Hemmens and Chris Brochu have both been cast in roles on The Vampire Diaries, E! News has exclusively learned, and fans of the CW hit series will definitely be intrigued by both of the new characters’ connections to our favorite vampires.

Hemmens, who recently appeared on Grey’s Anatomy, will take on the role of Maggie, Enzo’s (Michael Malarkey) love interest, while Brochu will play the fun and charming Luke, a student at Whitmore college who bonds with Elena (Nina Dobrev) and Caroline (Candice Accola). But relax, Delena, Stelena, Klaroline and Forwood fans because there’s no chance for romance between Luke and one of the ladies as he’s gay. Aso, he has a secret agenda.

Read more about the casting over at E!Online.

michael-malarkey-vampire-diaries-castingThanks to Deadline we have some scoop on a new casting. Michael Malarkey will be joining the cast as Enzo, an old friend from Damon’s past.

After casting the young actor as the male lead Prince Maxon in the second Selection pilot this past season, the network has tapped Malarkey for a major recurring role on veteran drama The Vampire Diaries. He will play Enzo, a charismatic but tortured figure from Damon’s past who arrives in Mystic Falls desperate to reconnect with his old friend. His first episode airs Dec. 5. American-born and raised Malarkey, repped by Silver Lining Entertainment and UK’s Hatton Mcewan Penford, studied at London’s LAMDA and has been working in the UK since.

vampire-diaries-casting-rick-cosnettTV Guide is reporting that Rick Cosnett has been cast as a new mysterious Professor on The Vampire Diaries. Here’s the scoop!

The Vampire Diaries has cast Australian newcomer Rick Cosnett to play Caroline and Elena’s newest foe, Dr. Wes Maxfield, TVGuide.com has learned.

As we previously teased, Dr. Maxfield is a brilliant — and somewhat cocky — professor at Whitmore College, and after meeting him, Caroline (Candice Accola) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) begin to think he’s hiding a dark and dangerous secret. If any of the show’s past teachers (ahem, Alaric and Professor Shane) are any indication, we’re guessing Maxfield is fully aware of the vampires lurking around town.


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