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PRISON BREAK's Danielle Campbell Joins VAMPIRE DIARIES Spin-Off

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PRISON BREAK's Danielle Campbell Joins VAMPIRE DIARIES Spin-OffTHE VAMPIRE DIARIES' spin-off pilot has secured itself another new cast member.

Danielle Campbell, best known for her role on PRISON BREAK, has officially signed on to play a young, innocent witch named Davina, who has lived under overprotective and overbearing caregivers for her entire life.

Campbell joins previously announced Joseph Morgan, Charles Michael Davis, Daniel Gillies, and Phoebe Tonkin for the pilot and potential series THE ORIGINALS.

The spin-off's format will be set up in the April 25 episode, in which Klaus (Joseph Morgan) returns to the French Quarter of New Orleans, and meets up with his former (now evil) mentee Marcel (Davis.)

Executive Producer Julie Plec, who is also set to write the episode, is also spearheading the potential offshoot of DIARIES.

Should THE ORIGINALS be picked up for a full series, it would premiere next fall airing before or after DIARIES.

The Vampire Diaries airs Thursdays at 8/7c on The CW.

Photo Courtesy of Campbell's Official Twitter



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