With a strong sense of social responsibility, The Vampire Diaries star Ian Somerhalder sinks his teeth into protecting the environment and its wildlife.
When it comes to helping the planet, Nikki Reed holds causes really close to her heart: Her latest collaboration with Graziela Gems gives to the Ian Somerhalder Foundation, founded by yes, her husband.
Actor Ian Somerhalder, best known for playing bad boy vampire Damon Salvatore on the hit show “Vampire Diaries,” has a softer side when it comes to animals and the environment.
The Ian Somerhalder Foundation proudly celebrates the two-year anniversary of their Medical Emergency Grant Program for Animals.
The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign (AWHPC) recently launched a program to humanely manage iconic animals on Nevada’s historic Virginia Range.
The Ian Somerhalder Foundation announces a grant in the amount of $6,000 to be awarded to Silent Heroes Foundation. The titled project, “A Beehive Fence Outside of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania, as a Form of Human-Elephant Conflict Mitigation and an Entrepreneurial Venture for Marketing Honey,” will be completed in 2016.
Ian Somerhalder’s trip to London in 2009 came as quite a shock. The star of the TV show The Vampire Diaries faced more than a thousand screaming fans outside his hotel, who chased him through the streets à la The Beatles in A Hard Day’s Night .
If you had a chance to speak candidly with the President of the United States, what would you say?
His bad boy alter ego, Damon Salvatore, may have spent the last century breaking hearts and compelling minds on the hit show, “The Vampire Diaries,” but in real life, actor Ian Somerhalder takes a more subtle approach to influencing minds and actions.
Before we get down to it, the beginning of the now 33 year-old Somerhalder’s career is relevant, so let’s blow through that, too.