And then, after I booked it, I had to do a lot of research, which was really fun. A bunch of my girlfriends immediately said, “Oh, you’re working with those hot guys. And then, I come on this show with this guys that are just beautiful and talented, and there’s no attitude. I think it grounds them, and they’re humble about their show. I’m the one who’s always bragging because I’ve worked on so many TV shows that I know the difference. A lot of people are always trying to do the math as to what makes a hit show, but it’s having these different elements that are at a different caliber, and that are still grounded. There’s the three main characters for whom that would be very unlikely, but it is possible. With so many characters on this show, is there anyone that you’d love to have more scenes or a storyline with? Some of the Originals are just wonderful actors, like Daniel [Gillies] and Joseph [Morgan]. It’s much more interesting than, “Oh, I’m watching a show.” It goes back, and things are connected to other things. I’m comparing this set to so much, and they have an amazing cast, crew, chemistry and writing. I have nothing but good things to say, and I even have people think I’m lying.
Joseph Morgan confirmed his engagement to Persia White while speaking to E!
's Kristin Dos Santos at The CW's Upfront event in New York City Thursday.
It keeps you much more engaged than I ever expected.
And from working on the show, all of the cast members are really quite humble.
"I was waiting for this moment to break it to you," the actor joked. "I'm not going to go into specific detail," the British TV star said on the red carpet, "but I tried to be romantic.
It was a nerve-wracking moment but it was special."Morgan, 32, and White, 41, met on the set of The future spouses first told Wetpaint about their wedding plans Wednesday."Happiest day of my life," he tweeted on July 23, in reference to the couple's intimate nuptials.Morgan, 33, and the actress-musician, 41, first met on set of in season 3. "We really appreciate those of you who have supported our wild, creative, passionate and unlikely relationship," the pair told Us in a statement at the time.I had just seen one episode, but you don’t really understand everything that’s going on when you only catch little bits and pieces. It keeps you a little on pins and needles because sometimes they may have decided to kill you, but then they decide to keep you a little longer because they really like your work. I would be intrigued to be dealing with the problems that Damon and Stefan deal with. I liked working on because I like the show more than I like the books. I like that, in this world of mystery and vampires, we can explore things that we might not be able to confront, if we were actually calling them what they are. I’m not an easy sell, and I was really proud to be working on this show. We have some things in common that are just so strange. We laugh and have so much fun that they’re like, “Hey, guys, come on! It isn’t difficult to play a mother to someone who I do have a kindred connection to. So, when I was up for the part, I did a little more research. I’ve met almost every male cast member that’s a regular, and I love them. ” And I was like, “No, actually, they’re not.” I’ve been on sets where you look at the guy and think he’s going to be this great, nice guy, and he’s horrible. With this show, if they don’t like you, they can just kill you off so easily, and that goes for everybody. Does being a part of this show give you a better understanding of the whole vampire craze and why fans are so devoted to this type of story? The friendship, family and love themes cross different lines, and I like that. I don’t know what will happen, but whatever happens, I just hope that I can do more. We do the same thing with our hands, in the scenes. I love documentaries because it feels like it’s open, in a similar way to music videos and painting.