Colin Morgan (Merlin) We all know the name Merlin, as in the wizard, but in this case we meet him as a young man sans long white beard.
Merlin himself is still working out his magical powers in these early days.
on September 20, 2008 set us off on a magical five-year journey - one with mythical monsters, wicked warlocks and excessive amounts of bromantic banter.
Millions tuned in each Saturday night for the show's blend of fun, fantasy and friendship - because Merlin and Arthur (Bradley James) were definitely Parker's Agravaine aggravated Merlin as a regular villain in series four - a spy for Morgana, he finally met a sticky end at our hero's hand.
I saw myself reading things I would’ve never come across otherwise and learning so much about the darkness within the stories.
Why would Colin want to limit himself in that way when he has professed to wanting to “stretch his knowledge and ability in all directions” (I paraphrased that because I’m too lazy to look for the exact quote right now)?And moreover, if the headcanon of Colin and Bradley being in a romantic relationship is true, keeping it in the spotlight would only make it more difficult for them to maintain.Imagine the already daunting task of having a long-distance relationship…THEN add in that you’d attract GLARING amounts of attention were you to ever be seen together in public. If someday Colin decides to come out with matching wedding bands and glitter and sparkles and fireworks and fanfare, then good on him.The actor has also received wide recognition for his stage role as Ariel in The Tempest and performance in movies like Testament of Youth, The Huntsman: Winter’s War and Legend.Colin embarked his career on stage in the West End playing the honorary character, Venom God Little in at the Young Vic in 2007.But if you're still holding out hope for a revival, we've got bad news – it ain't happening."I think that ship has sailed, I'm afraid," actress Angel Coulby – who played Guinevere – told Digital Spy.