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'The Vampire Diaries' Casts 'Homeland' Actor as Silas

April 11, 2013 (9:20 am) GMT
'Port City' star Scott Parks is set to play the most powerful immortal being on the CW series.
'The Vampire Diaries' Casts 'Homeland' Actor as Silas

"" has found its elusive villain. "" actor Scott Parks is confirmed to be on board the supernatural drama series to portray Silas, the most powerful immortal being who can take any form he wants.

Before the arrival of Parks in the cast ensemble, Silas has only been mentioned throughout season 4 of The CW's series, which stars , and . The ancient witch killed Jeremy Gilbert and possessed Bonnie () to do his dirty bidding.

Previously, the series has been confirmed to revive Jeremy, played by . More familiar faces will reportedly make re-appearance on the series before the season wraps up in May.

Based on L.J. Smith's book series of the same name, "The Vampire Diaries" is currently taking a two-week hiatus and will return with new episodes starting April 18. According to TV Line, Parks' Silas is set to "do most of his dirty work in disguise" in episode 19, "Pictures of You". The show will introduce a potential spin-off with episode 20, "The Originals", set to air April 25.

Aside from "Homeland", Parks has starred in "The Jailhouse", "", "Port City" and "The Waters: Phase One".

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