Over the years, there have been many vampires, werewolves, witches, aliens, cyborgs, and superhumans on television. And let’s face it: most of the time these characters are rather attractive--sometimes very much so, as is evidenced by the following list!
Though this list will count down 50 of the hottest vampires, werewolves, witches, aliens, cyborgs, and superhumans ever to be on TV, this particular article only lists the second half. Click here to see the first article, which lists numbers 1-25!
Since there have been so many of these characters—especially recently—one (or more) of your favorites may be missing from the list. If that’s the case and you feel it’s an egregious snub, be sure to mention it in the comments. Your comment may be used in a following article!
Once again, be sure to check out the first half of the list, which you can find HERE.
Isaac Lahey, played by Daniel Sharman on "Teen Wolf," is a werewolf living in Beacon Hills. Although Sharman is British himself, he does an American accent for the role of Isaac.
Prue Halliwell, played by Shannen Doherty on "Charmed," was a witch. She was one of the 'charmed ones' and had a couple of special abilities: telekinesis and astral projection.
Tyler Lockwood, played by Michael Trevino on "The Vampire Diaries," is a werewolf/vampire hybrid. The character also appeared in an episode of "The Originals."
Darla, played by Julie Benz on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel," is a vampire. The character first appeared in the very first episode of "Buffy" and then made some recurring appearances. She appeared at least once in every season of "Angel."
Elijah Mikaelson, played by Daniel Gillies on "The Vampire Diaries" and "The Originals," is one of the original vampires. He first appeared on "The Vampire Diaries" in the season two episode “Rose” and continued to appear on the show until the end of the fourth season. He now stars on the show's spin-off "The Originals."
Ruby, first played by Katie Cassidy (pictured) and then by Genevieve Cortese (now Padalecki) on "Supernatural," was a demon. She first appeared in the third season of the show and continued to appear until the end of the fourth.
Spike, played by James Marsters on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel," is a vampire. He made his first appearance in season two of "Buffy" and continued to appear on the show throughout the rest of its run. He then joined the cast of "Angel" for its fifth and final season.
Isabel Evans, played by Katherine Heigl on “Roswell,” is an alien/human hybrid who crashed in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947 along with a group of fellow hybrids. The hybrids, however, didn’t emerge from their pods until 1989.
Peter Petrelli, played by Milo Ventimiglia on "Heroes," is a superhuman. He has the ability to absorb and mimic the powers of other people with special abilities.
Lydia Martin is played by Holland Roden on "Teen Wolf." In season three it is revealed that she is a (*CHARACTER SPOILERS AHEAD*) banshee.
Klaus Mikaelson, played by Joseph Morgan on "The Vampire Diaries" and "The Originals," is a vampire/werewolf hybrid. He first appeared in season two of "The Vampire Diaries" and continued to appear on the show until the end of the fourth season. He now stars on "The Originals."
Caroline Forbes, played by Candice Accola on "The Vampire Diaries," is a vampire. While the character was human in the first season, she was turned into a vampire by Katherine in season two.
John Young, played by Luke Mitchell on "The Tomorrow People," is a superhuman. He is one of the 'tomorrow people' and, thus, has a few special abilities: Telekinesis, telepathy, and teleportation.
Anna, played by Morena Baccarin on "V," was an alien. She was the 'Visitor Queen' and had the ability to maintain control over her subjects by using the telepathic process known as 'Bliss.'
Marcellus 'Marcel' Gerard, played by Charles Michael Davis on "The Originals," is a vampire. He is Klaus' former protégé, as he turned him in the early 1800s. Marcel also appeared in one episode of "The Vampire Diaries."
Paige Matthews, played by Rose McGowan on "Charmed," is a witch and a whitelighter. She is a 'charmed one'--as she shares a mother with Phoebe, Piper, and Prue Halliwell--but her father was a whitelighter.
Cole Turner, played by Julian McMahon on "Charmed," was half-human and half-demon. He appeared on the show between seasons three and five and made a following guest appearance in one episode of season seven.
Bonnie Bennett, played by Kat Graham on "The Vampire Diaries," was a witch during the first four seasons of the show. However, in season five, (*CHARACTER SPOILERS AHEAD*) she became the Anchor to the Other Side, which means she now feels the pain of every supernatural death, and no longer has access to magic.
Mick St. John
Mick St. John, played by Alex O'Loughlin on "Moonlight," was a vampire who worked as a private investigator. The show ran for one season on CBS.
Jessica Hamby, played by Deborah Ann Woll on "True Blood," is a vampire. She initially appeared as a recurring character in the first season, but then began starring on the show in the second.
Aidan Waite, played by Sam Witwer on "Being Human" (US), is a vampire. Witwer previously appeared as Doomsday on "Smallville."
T'Pol, played by Jolene Blalock on "Star Trek: Enterprise," is a Vulcan. She was stationed aboard the starship Enterprise in April of 2151.
Scott McCall, played by Tyler Posey on "Teen Wolf," is a werewolf. He was bitten by Peter Hale (and turned) in the first episode of the show.
Piper Halliwell, played by Holly Marie Combs on "Charmed," is a witch. She's one of the 'charmed ones' and has a couple of notable powers: she can freeze things or blow them up.
Michael Guerin, played by Brendan Fehr on “Roswell,” is an alien/human hybrid who crashed in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947 along with a group of fellow hybrids. The hybrids, however, didn’t emerge from their pods until 1989.