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The Vampire Diaries ended two years ago, with Damon Salvatore newly human again, living a full life with Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev). But how did Damon feel about that human life? Actor Ian Somerhalder recently weighed in on that front.
Damon Salvatore may be a fictitious character In L. J. Smith’s novel series The Vampire Diaries. he’s portrayed by Ian Somerhalder within the television series. Damon is that one of the most protagonists alongside Stefan Salvatore, especially within the story’s main setting, Mystic Falls. (Source: theinfoera.com)
Damon Salvatore’s character is sketched in a way that grows slowly on you and once it grows there is no going back. He is one of the most craftily written characters on screen.
Damon’s physical personality is the same in the show as well as in the book. He is very elaborately explained in the book and for the show, they found an exact replica in Ian Somerhalder. (Source: theinfoera.com)
Grew up… in a turbulent, uncertain time. Damon was born on June 28, 1839, in Mystic Falls, Virginia. As a child, he was extremely close with his younger brother, Stefan. The two lost their mother while they were young. And unfortunately, their father subsequently heavily favored Stefan over Damon, believing that Damon was irresponsible and disobedient.
Love for The Vampire Diaries and its characters — especially Damon Salvatore — did not die down once the show ended in 2017. Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley, Nina Dobrev, Joseph Morgan, and Kat Graham still talk about the show on social media and in interviews. Wesley and Somerhalder often reflect on the series and their friendship while promoting their bourbon brand, Brother’s Bond.
Quarantine found TVD soaring to new streaming heights on Netflix where old and new fans reignited debates about the Salvatore brothers, Elena, Bonnie, and the Klaroline ship. But one discussion that never gets tired is whether Damon Salvatore was a good dude. (Source: www.cheatsheet.com)
11. See, I don’t mind being the bad guy. Because somebody has to fill that role and get things done. You do bad things for no reason. You do them to be a dick. — Damon Salvatore