‘The Vampire Diaries’ season 5 reflection: Ian Somerhalder, Nathaniel Buzolic, and death

The Vampire DiariesYou cannot kill a man who is already dead like Damon Salvatore, unless you stake him or use whatever other sort of new / innovative way that you can think of in the “Vampire Diaries” universe; however, it is a little bit easier to kill a real-life actor like Ian Somerhalder if things go wrong while filming a scene. Based on some new comments being made by the man responsible for Kol in Nathaniel Buzolic, it at least playfully seems like someone needed to get some vampire blood in Ian’s veins prior to the two parties filming a scene.

Speaking while at the recent Bloodlines Convention in Brazil, Buzolic was quoted by Quem Magazine as saying the following line about how a stunt almost went horribly wrong:

“We were in a fight scene and something didn’t work. For a few minutes I thought my career will end here and I’ll be chased by fans of the show for life!”

Buzolic (whose character is actually dead on the show, and will likely not return except in flashbacks here and there) also added in the chat that while he is always appreciative to meet fans, he becomes sometimes “embarrassed” with those who come up to him in tears, given that he doesn’t know what to do or say to handle the situation. (Our advice? Just hug them. Hugs make everything better.)

Buzolic and Somerhalder are just two actors who have run the gamete of “Vampire Diaries” summer tours this year, as we have seen actors also traverse to the likes of Spain, Italy, and Germany to speak to fans, sign autographs, and slowly lose some of their hearing as thousands of teenagers scream at them.

Now, let’s turn to some different actors. If you wanna check out some assorted notes pertaining to Joseph Morgan, Stephen R. McQueen, and other “Vampire Diaries” actors we have a link here that provides everything you’re hoping for and then some.

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