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Paul Wesley transforms Into an 'Older Man' for 'Flowers in the Attic: The Origin'

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Vampire Diaries alum Paul Wesley transformed into an older man for his role on Lifetime's Flowers in the Attic: The Origin.

With old-age make-up and gray hair, the former teen vamp drama star transformed into the menacing Amos in the sneak peek of the finale of Flowers in the Attic: The Origin, which airs July 30.  

Amos is called in for support after his cousin Olivia Winfield Foxworth (Jemima Rooper) is rocked by the departure of her daughter Corinne (Hannah Dodd) and Corinne's partner—and half-sibling!—Christopher (Callum Kerr). 

"After Corinne and Christopher left, I found myself in, well, rather a dark place," Olivia tells Amos upon his arrival to Foxworth Hall. "I suppose I was finding it increasingly difficult to find the light where it used to shine so brightly." Check out the clip below!

Based on V.C. Andrews' 1979 novel Flowers In The Attic, is a four-part Lifetime limited series.