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Welcome on Claire Holt Source, your french and english source about Claire Rhiannon Holt. Claire is an australian actress born on June 11th, 1988 in Brisbane, Queensland. She played Emma in the teen show H2O but she is mostly known for a role of Rebekah Mikaelson in The Originals. On this website, you will be able to find various news and updates about Claire and will follow all her actuality thanks to pictures and videos. Enjoy your visit on the site.
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Message posted by Cynthia on 08 Oct 2013


Message posted by Cynthia on 08 Oct 2013


Message posted by Cynthia on 04 Oct 2013

Message posted by Cynthia on 04 Oct 2013


Message posted by Cynthia on 04 Oct 2013


Message posted by Cynthia on 03 Oct 2013

Claire Holt knows her way around a teen-centric TV series. After starring in the hit show H20: Just Add Water, the Aussie appeared on Pretty Little Liars, landed her breakout role on the CW’s The Vampire Diaries, and scored a spot on TVD spinoff The Originals, which premieres today. Spend a few minutes with Holt, and it becomes obvious she knows her way around fall’s biggest trends, too.


Message posted by Cynthia on 28 Sep 2013

Just as vampires will not go gentle into that good night, the genre built around these charming blood suckers, too, continues to thrive. October 3rd marks the debut of The Originals—a spin-off of the CW’s hugely successful Vampire Diaries and a show that promises to delve even deeper into its predecessor’s bawdy backstory.

Centered on the “original” vampire family and set in the labyrinthine streets and wet hot sensuality of New Orleans, the series features some of The Vampire Diaries’ most seductive main characters, namely vampire-werewolf hybrid Klaus (Joseph Morgan), who plans to re-crown himself king of the city he once called home. But there are also a number of talented (and ridiculously good looking) newcomers and occasional Diariesguest stars taking central roles in the show, including Claire Holt, who plays Klaus’s saucy sister Rebekah; Phoebe Tonkin, who portrays Hayley, the sexy werewolf who becomes pregnant with Klaus’s child; and Eka Darville, who takes on the brooding, volatile vampire Diego. We talked with the three stars—who, coincidentally, are all born and bred Australians—about playing out fantasies in the deep American South.

So, is everyone on the show Australian?
Ha! I know. A lot of us are. Phoebe and I started on the same series in Australia [H2O: Just Add Water], and it’s so crazy to me that we’ve ended up in a foreign country working on the same show together.

Why do you think that is? Is it a coincidence or is it that Australian actors have a good reputation in the industry?
I do think that maybe where we’re from, in this business, you are expected to commit totally and give your best. It’s not acceptable to be late, it’s not acceptable to not know your lines, it’s not acceptable to behave in anyway that’s not professional—or else you’ll be fired. When you start with that work ethic, I think it makes you appealing when you come to Hollywood. I think that’s the reason that Australians tend to be successful over here. Also, when you have to work and deliver like that, and have those expectations about yourself, then you definitely give a better performance. It’s crazy, though, because this show is really a melting pot of actors from all over the world.

Tell us a little about your character, Rebekah.
Well, I had a few guest-starring appearances on Vampire Diaries and I never imagined that they would keep bringing me back, but they did. It was really surprising, it wasn’t something I foresaw happening. I got lucky, let’s just say that. My character is familiar to those who have been following The Vampire Diaries—she’s one of the Originals, she has four brothers, and she is spunky and really just so much fun to play. She is seriously loyal, but at times stubborn and grumpy. She’s kind of the vixen of the series. She comes in with a bang and causes a bit of a stir.

It sounds like everyone is having a good time with this show.
We all are! It’s a blast. We get to do so many amazing things, and everything about the show is fun—the sets and the costumes and the writing. It’s a dream job.


Message posted by Cynthia on 27 Sep 2013

BETRAYAL AT THE MASQUERADE BALL — After discovering interesting news about someone in Marcel’s (Charles Michael Davis) inner circle, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Rebekah (Claire Holt) come together to attempt to unravel Marcel’s empire from within in spite of Elijah’s (Daniel Gillies) concerns. They enlist help from Sophie (Daniella Pineda), who is reluctant to get involved for fear of the wrath of Marcel’s secret weapon, Davina (Danielle Campbell). Rebekah sneakily invites an oblivious Cami (Leah Pipes) to a huge vampire party thrown by Marcel, managing to anger Marcel in the process. Elsewhere, Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) learns from the witch Sabine (guest star Shannon Kane) that the supernatural creatures of New Orleans are reacting to the potential existence of a hybrid baby. Chris Grismer directed the episode written by Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson (#103)

Message posted by Cynthia on 25 Sep 2013