Blake Cousins

Blake Cousins



Blake Cousins is an American actor and producer who is best known for his roles in the hit TV shows, The Vampire Diaries and The Originals. He was born in Los Angeles, California in 1988.

Cousins’ first acting role was in the TV series, Charmed, where he played the character of Max. He went on to appear in a number of other TV shows such as House M.D., The O.C., and CSI: Miami. He also appeared in the films, The Stepfather and The Forbidden Kingdom.

In 2009, Cousins landed the role of Stefan Salvatore in the hit CW show, The Vampire Diaries. His character quickly became a fan-favorite and he went on to appear in all eight seasons of the show. He also reprised his role in the spin-off show, The Originals.

In addition to his acting roles, Cousins has also produced several films and TV shows. He executive produced the critically acclaimed documentary, The Case Against 8, and produced the award-winning short film, The Vow.

Cousins’ other projects include producing the short film, The Immortalists, and writing and producing the feature film, The Funeral. He is also a founding member of the production company, Dreamland Pictures.

Cousins has won a number of awards for his work, including Best Actor at the Phoenix International Film Festival and Best Supporting Actor at the Beverly Hills Film Festival. He has also been nominated for several Teen Choice Awards.

Cousins currently resides in Los Angeles, California. When he’s not working on projects, he enjoys playing guitar, watching movies, and spending time with his family and friends.

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