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Landon Kirby[2] is an character who made his debut on the twelfth episode of the fifth season on The Originals. He is also set to appear on Legacies.

Early History

There isn't anything known about his early history yet.

Throughout The Originals Series

In The Tale of Two Wolves, he delivers Hope and Elijah their order at the Mystic Grill. He talks to Hope briefly and goes back to work after having multiple objects thrown at him by Connor. Before Hope and Elijah leave, he sees that Connor and his friends are a few dollars short and is mocked about his lousy service.

Later, he arrives at the town square where the a band is playing and a few couples are dancing. Hope comes up to him and they begin to dance, and she tells him she can only be out so long before she has to go back to the boarding school.

Appearances

Season Five

Personality

He is shown to be sweet and a little bit shy. He is shown to be respectful, but is often bullied by Connor and his friends. He can be seen as a loner and has a sort of resentment towards the Salvatore Boarding House students as he thinks they are rich kids.

Physical Appearance

He has short, curly black hair and green eyes. He is a little taller than Hope, but not by much and has a slim build. He wears the light blue Mystic Grill shirt during work hours, and dark colored clothing when not working.

Name

  • Landon is an English name and traditionally is a last name from places in England that have the same name. It means "long hill" or "ridge".[3]
  • Kirby is a common given name and surname. The surname originally comes from a place meaning "church settlement" in Old Norse.[4][5]

Trivia

  • "The newbie's name is Landon, and he's described as a thoughtful, romantic kid desperate to escape his broken home and the small southern town in which it stands. Despite being human, Landon apparently has a shady past — and investigating it could lead him into the dangerous world of the supernatural. And Landon isn't appearing until close to to the end of the show's final season, so with that Hope-centric spinoff still on the table, it’s entirely possible that Landon's story won’t finish on The Originals."[6]
  • Landon is described as "a thoughtful, compassionate and self-aware kid from the wrong side of the tracks who catches Hope's attention when she witnesses him being bullied by his affluent classmates."[7]

Gallery

The Originals

Legacies

References

See also