Who Would Joseph Morgan Like to Crossover to The Originals?

Written by Cecelia Lawshe   // March 24, 2015

Joseph Morgan, Klaus Mikaelson, The Originals

Joseph Morgan reveals who on The Vampire Diaries he would like to make a crossover to The Originals!

The Originals Joseph Morgan, who plays Klaus Mikaelson, would like a certain somebody from The Vampire Diaries to crossover to The Originals, but it’s not who you think!

Joseph on fandom’s dream crossover

There’s a lot of people wanting to see Caroline crossing over to New Orleans to visit Klaus, because of that sort of unresolved romance that happened back in Vampire Diaries.

But he has somebody else in mind. Somebody with a similar accent, who is also one of his best buds. His dream crossover is Michael Malarkey, who plays Enzo. One of the reasons he picked Michael was because he thinks it might be nice to have another character Klaus doesn’t have a history with. It would also give him the opportunity to spend more time with his friend on-screen as well as off. As Joseph says, “He’s a good bloke!”

The first crossover from The Vampire Diaries to The Originals was Michael Trevino, who plays Tyler Lockwood, in 1×7 “Bloodletting.” Tyler came to New Orleans to get revenge on Klaus because he killed his mother and ruined his relationship with Caroline.

The second crossover was Nina Dobrev, who plays Elena Gilbert, in 2×5 “Red Door.” She played the original doppleganger Tatia Petrova, who was killed by Elijah and hidden behind the red door by his mother Esther so her son could always be clean and honorable.


Currently Enzo was intent on making life a living hell for Stefan Salvatore, played by Paul Wesley, by targeting his great-niece Sarah Salvatore, played by Tristin Mays, with the intent to turn her into a vampire. But in the last episode, “A Bird in a Gilded Cage,” he changed his mind. Perhaps romance will blossom between Enzo and Sarah.

Joseph says he’s sure another crossover will happen because “it’s a wonderful opportunity.” He has all his fingers crossed!



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