|Birthdate||1988 (age 24)|
|Family||Taylor Kingston (father)|
|Played by||Jessica Lowndes|
|First seen||Always and Forever|
|Last seen||Bad Blood (flashbacks)|
Celina Kingston was the daughter of Taylor Kingston and a large figure in the political arena, hoping to uncover a conspiracy against her father by coming to New Orleans.
Celina was born sometime in 1988, the only child of Taylor Kingston and his wife, who almost died giving birth to her. She was homeschooled for three years following an incident with a local boy, and in college began a two-pronged charity for both victims of sexual assault and the homeless. She is a pro-integration advocate much like her father, but will not hesitate to eliminate a vampire if one becomes a threat.
The Originals: The Big EasyEdit
Under Hayley's unintentional control, she aided the Mikaelson Family in defending the compound from the witches Lenore and Kaleb. Following Kol's resurrection, her own consciousness resumed control, inadvertently destroying Hayley.
In Falling Slowly,
In All I Need,
In Pretty Wicked Things, she participates in the venture to rescue Angelique from Mikael. On the way home, she is shot by an unknown assailant and is killed when the car flips over on top of her.
In The Destroyer, her father discovers her body. Bravura manipulates him into believing the Mikaelsons are responsible, causing the emotionally fragile senator to declare a personal vendetta against the family.
She is later buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
- She formed a bond with Vincent Griffith during her initial stay in the Crescent City.
- She used the alias Alicen' during her time undercover, which an amalgam of her name.
- 14/68 (TO)
- 2/22 (TOS)
- 16 (total)
(The Originals Season 1) (5/8)
(The Originals Season 3) (7/8)
- Buried Beneath (possessed by Hayley)
- Let Her Go
- Falling Slowly
- All I Need
- Pretty Wicked Things
- The Destroyer (corpse)
(The Originals Season 5) (1/8)
- Bad Blood (flashbacks)
(The Originals Season 9) (1/8)
- She was openly lesbian.
- She was Jewish, but not religious.