Henry or Harry"Hal" Yorke is an English vampire who has lived for more than 500 years and first appears in Series 4. His age and power are sufficient that he is considered an Old One, though at the time of his appearance he has forsworn any allegiance to his own kind. He is notable in that as a Vampire, he had two personas that he switched between every few decades in cycles; one kind and good natured, the other cruel, sadistic and evil. Following the Devil's apparent destruction, Hal's humanity was seemingly restored and thus his two personas were apparently either merged or replaced with a new one.
Hal was born sometime in the late 15th century to a prostitute in a brothel, most likely around 1490. He did not know which one of the prostitutes was his mother but he loved them all nonetheless. When he became an adult he ran away to sea, and ended up in Gdańsk. He fought in the Battle of Orsha where he was injured by a Muscovite soldier wielding a lance.
When lying in a forest in Belarus, presumably dying, he willingly accepted the chance to be turned into a vampire by an army surgeon. At some point afterwards he went on a bloody rampage across Europe with Fergus (who he had recruited), which lasted at least until 1855. By this point his sheer brutality and carnal bloodlust had gained him a reputation, and other Vampires were afraid of him - including the Old Ones (except for Mr. Snow). At some point in his life he gained the name 'Lord Harry', though it is unclear if this is an actual title or just a nick-name.
In episode 5 of series 4, we are shown that Hal is unaffected by a cross. He then tells a story of how 300 years previously he was trapped in a monastery in Budapest by a group of monks. After 9 months a monk came and asked him whether he would repent all his sins. Hal killed the monk and used his dead body as a human shield against the ill effects of the cross.
By 1918, Hal was living in a château in northern France, and held a position of power among the vampires at this time. It was there that he became embroiled in a war with the werewolves under the leadership of Lady Catherine, though he began to suspect that their conflict was being instigated by outside forces. He allowed Lady Catherine to learn of his location, knowing that she would not be able to resist the chance to assassinate him. When she arrived, Hal engaged her in a brief fight, after which he requested that they parley. It was then that he revealed to her his suspicion that the vampires and werewolves were both being manipulated by none other than The Devil.
Hal and Catherine tracked down the ghost of the powerful Necromancer Emil in order to carry out a ritual which would trap the Devil in a physical body and weaken him so that he can be killed. The ritual was intended to use the blood of the vampire and werewolf leaders, plus the ghost's own essence in order to bind the Devil. Hal, fearing any backlash that might result from his own blood being used, instead took some blood from one of his vampiric soldiers. As a result the spell was only a partial success: the Devil was bound into the body of a local lunatic (later revealed as Captain Hatch), but Lady Catherine was killed as the ritual concludes. Hal sent his vampires to find and destroy the Devil, but the creature managed to escape him.
In the 1950s he lived in England, and had got into the practice of running dogfights. It was here that he met his new recruit, Cutler, and spent much of this time trying to get rid of the younger man's humanity by encouraging him to kill. He also had some contact with Fergus during this time. However, he stopped all contact with them when he met Leo in 1955.
He lived with Leo (a werewolf) and Pearl (a ghost) for over 55 years, until Leo's eventual death from old age and the strain of so many transformations. Pearl's 'unfinished business' was to tell Leo she loved him, which she did just before his death. This enabled them to go through their doors together, leaving Hal with Annie, Tom and baby Eve, and he decides to take residence at Honolulu Heights. ("Being Human 1955")
Later on, Annie struggles with money because Tom is not earning enough money at his job at the cafe. Hal is asked to work there with Tom and he accepts, but at first, does not enjoy it but then finds it distracts him from temptation. When Hal watches Regus and a newly recruited Michaela walking away, he makes a reference to Ivan and Daisy which implies he knew them. ("The Graveyard Shift")
He showed his much darker side once again as he threatened the coroner who was covering up the Box Tunnel 20. Due to Kirby stirring up the relations between the friends, Tom attacked Hal and, after splitting Tom's lip, some of his werewolf blood came in contact with Hal's arm leaving a burn (as werewolf blood is toxic to vampires). Later on in the episode, when Kirby went on a rampage through Hal's room, tearing through his belongings, the ghost broke Hal's picture of Leo. He then, in a burst of anger, ran to the room upstairs where Kirby was hiding with baby Eve. He bared his fangs in anger at Kirby, but turned to find Annie had witnessed this, misinterpreted the situation due to Kirby's lies and she demanded that he leave. Hal appears to drive away, but it is later revealed that he never left the end of the street. Tom later met up with him - both of them realising that it was Kirby who caused the friction between them - and the two went back to the house and confronted Kirby as he was about to kill baby Eve. However, Annie came back from the dead and destroyed Kirby. Hal fears that he is the one the prophecy states is destined be Eve's arch enemy, as the nemesis has a burnt arm.("A Spectre Calls")
Later on, Hal meets a girl called Alex while he was cleaning in the cafe and she tries to "chat him" up, but Hal resists having any more contact with her because he is afraid that he may lose control of himself and drink her blood. ("Puppy Love")
In Making History, it is revealed that Hal is destined to revert to his former bloodthirsty ways and join the vampires in their campaign of global domination. It is shown that in the future he is much worse than in his previous cycles of murderous behaviour, however; he becomes one of the vampires' most feared generals, described by Eve as "violent, sadistic, and quite literally their poster boy". As she is telling this to Annie, the sound of thousands of vampires chanting Hal's name can be heard in the background.
Seeing as almost all of The Old Ones were killed by Annie at the conclusion of The War Child (though Hettie did escape) it is possible that Hal is the oldest known vampire in the world. With Eve's future timeline averted, it is possible that Hal is no longer destined to return to a monstrous lifestyle. However, the chance that this may yet happen is a constant fear for him.
At the beginning of The Trinity, Hal has been tied to a chair for a month, as Tom and Alex seek to help him overcome his return to the bloodlust. Hal becomes increasingly frustrated at Tom's inability to keep the house clean, and demands to be released. Alex and Tom eventually agree to untie him after he assures them that he is no longer a risk to humans. He goes so far as to swear upon the memory of Eve that he will not kill anybody. Following his release, he cleans the house and then goes with Tom and Alex to the Barry Grand Hotel, where he and Tom apply for jobs after they have been sacked from the Cafe on the Corner. Hal is given a job very quickly due to the hotel manager's obvious attraction to him. While at the hotel he is approached by Mr Rook, who asks that Hal take leadership over vampire society in the aftermath of the Old Ones' destruction. As payment, Rook offers a means by which Hal can obtain blood consensually, telling him that it never works out well when vampires try to live without blood. Hal declines, telling Mr Rook that "you do not want to see a world where I lead the vampires". :-))
Afterwards, Hal bumps into the hapless human Ian Crumb, who is on his way home after being told that he must re-apply for his own job. After Crumb is knocked to the ground, his anger leads him to confront Hal, whose vampiric instincts are roused by the sight of blood trickling from Crumb's nose. Hal flashes his fangs at Crumb, who immediately flees in terror. Hal runs after him in an effort to explain, only to see Crumb being run over by a passing car. Hearing the mortally-injured Crumb begging him for help, Hal feels guilty and gives Crumb some of his blood, turning him into a vampire (he later insists that he did not feed on Crumb at any point).
Knowing that Crumb will become a dangerous predator in the wake of his transformation, Hal ties him to a radiator and locks him in the basement, though he cannot bring himself to tell Alex and Tom what he has done. His two housemates later discover Crumb while Hal is out, and Alex naïvely lets the young vampire go. When Hal returns he is attacked and knocked out by an enraged Tom, who then ties him back to the chair and asks him what happened. Hal explains about the car accident and claims that he never drank Crumb's blood, and that he only turned the man because he felt responsible for his death. Hal is untied after Alex admits to releasing Crumb, and the three rush to confront the young vampire at his place of work, where he has just killed the manager's nephew. Hal, tired of having survived for centuries while all around him good people die, is ready to stake both himself and Crumb in order to end it all. However, Tom and Alex persuade him not to do so. Crumb is then taken into custody by Mr Rook and his clandestine government department.
Sticks and Ropes saw Hal and Tom embroiled in the "employee of the month" competition at the hotel, with the manager Patsy showing obvious favouritism towards Hal. Hal is unconcerned with winning the contest, but sees a chance to boost Tom's self-esteem if he can ensure that the young Werewolf wins. However, the manipulations of Captain Hatch steadily turn the Vampire and Werewolf against one another, with Hal declaring to Tom at one point that "However shit at the job I try to be, you somehow manage to be even shitter". This results in a food-fight between Hal and Tom in full view of the hotel guests, after which Patsy sacks them both. Captain Hatch later persuades Patsy to give them their jobs back, before mind-controlling her into drowning herself.
In Pie and Prejudice, Hal has been made acting hotel manager in Patsy's absence, bringing about much resentment from Tom. When the Werewolf charlatan Larry Chrysler arrives at the hotel, Hal is instantly suspicious, even as Tom is drawn into a hero-worship mentality. It is also revealed in this episode that Hal has been paying annual visits for the past 250 years to Lady Mary, a Ghost who believed herself to be the last person Hal ever killed. Hal was under the illusion that Mary still held much the same timid and hidebound personality that she did when she was alive, though Alex swiftly discovers that Mary has in fact become a borderline-insane thrill-seeker, and tries to convince Hal of this. Hal refuses to believe Alex's story, up until Alex invites Mary to dinner at Honolulu Heights, and Hal sees her threaten to castrate Larry Chrysler with a kitchen knife. Hal and Mary later converse about how they are both different from what they believe each other to be, and Hal reveals that she was not his last victim. Enraged at having been deceived for so long, Mary leaves.
Following the conversation, Hal discovers that Larry has told Tom that Werewolves cannot lead successful lives, and that the wolf always destroys any hopes that they may have. Hal and Alex find Tom alone in the woods, and try to convince him to come back with them. When Tom refuses, saying that "This is as good as it gets for werewolves", Hal storms back to Honolulu Heights and threateningly tells Larry to leave. When Alex eventually does convince Tom to come back home, they find Hal in the house with Lady Mary, who is trying to stake him. Mary tells them that it is inevitable that Hal will feed and kill again, but Alex convinces her that Hal is no longer Mary's problem. After Mary has left, Tom asks Hal about where Larry went. Hal tells him that he did not give Larry much choice about leaving. We then see the rest of Hal's argument with Larry, in which Hal briefly reverts to his murderous Vampiric personality, and strangles the Werewolf before calling Mr Rook to dispose of the body.
In The Greater Good, Hal seeks to make amends for his recruitment of Ian Crumb, and finds the house where Crumb has been living along with fellow Vampire, Alan, whom Crumb recruited. Hal persuades them to come to Honolulu Heights and try to give up blood. Not long after, Mr Rook arrives with the Werewolf Bobby, asking the trio to look after him on the upcoming full moon. while Bobby goes to work with Tom at the hotel, Hal attempts to teach Crumb and Alan to fight their blood addiction. Alan has no desire to give up blood, and attempts to escape, forcing Crumb to stake him. Hal begins to make some progress teaching Crumb, and Crumb works up sufficient confidence to ask Alex on a date. Hal reluctantly agrees to let this happen, and they go for dinner at the Barry Grand. When Captain Hatch later persuades Mr Rook to unleash the transformed Bobby upon the hotel guests, Hal is forced to lure the dangerous Werewolf away from the humans. He succeeds in drawing Bobby upstairs and tries to lock him in a room. The Werewolf has him cornered at one point, but he is saved by the arrival of Tom - who is also in wolf form - and he escapes downstairs as the two beasts fight each other.
When Hal and Crumb return to Honolulu Heights, Crumb has decided that he cannot live with the constant internal struggle of being a Vampire, and turns on Hal, knocking him out with a wine bottle. Hal awakens tied to a chair in the basement, and Crumb taunts him until Hal's evil persona comes through, which terrifies Crumb. Crumb agrees to release Hal on the condition that they will each drink a glass of blood: one glass holds human blood, the other holds Werewolf blood. Crumb takes the Werewolf blood and dies after drinking it, seemingly happy at having ended his curse. Hal is about to give in and drink the human blood, when Alex arrives and stops him. When Hal is sitting alone afterwards, he takes a flask of blood given to him by Mr Rook and drinks it all.
By the time of No Care, All Responsibility, Hal's returning blood thirst is weighing upon him heavily. Mr Rook's agent Natasha is able to convince him to drink from her, saying that she can give him a little blood at regular intervals in order to keep his hunger at bay. Hal feeds from her twice, before he is discovered the second time around by Alex. When he tries to talk to Alex about it, she is angry that he never asked her for help in resisting the addiction, saying that he does not want to be helped. She tells him that if she ever sees him again, she will stake him. Hal later returns to Honolulu Heights and asks for Alex's help, and despite her earlier words, Alex agrees. Hal is once again tied to the chair and left to wait until the blood that he has consumed leaves his system, but he is interrupted by the arrival of Natasha, who has fallen under Captain Hatch's mind-control. When Natasha slits her own throat Hal tries to save her, even considering turning her into a Vampire to stop her dying. Tom and Alex arrive, and Tom instantly believes that Hal killed Natasha, and starts to brutally beat him. Hal tells him that he did not, and if Tom honestly believes that he fed on her, then he should stake him. Tom is prepared to kill Hal, but once again Alex intervenes. Tom storms away, calling Alex a coward. When Hal talks to Alex, however, she also believes that he killed Natasha, and her unwillingness to see the truth finally drives Hal over the edge, resulting in the re-emergence of the evil Lord Hal.
The Last Broadcast opens with Hal having massacred several humans in a pub, and turned them into new Vampires. Tom arrives as he is giving them a speech about Vampire supremacy, and combat breaks out. Tom stakes his way through Hal's new minions one after the other, and once they are dealt with he confronts Hal about his personality switch. Hal taunts Tom, saying that while his good alter ego did not think that Tom was stupid, his current personality believes that Tom is nothing but a beast of the field. Hal draws a knife and the two of them break into a brutal fight, with both of them demonstrating their superhuman agility and strength. While Hal was winning at first, Tom eventually gains the upper hand. Hal seems unfazed even as Tom is preparing to stake him, telling the Werewolf: "God, you're predictable". Once again, however, Alex arrives and intervenes, informing them that Captain Hatch is the Devil, and that he has been manipulating them into fighting one another. Hal tells the others that he knows of a ritual which can kill the Devil, and the three set off to face him (though not before Hal collects some blood from one of his minions whom Tom injured).
When they catch up with Hatch at the television studio, Hatch sends each of the trio into an illusory alternate reality, giving them the chance to remain human. Hal finds himself on a Belarusian battlefield, dying of a lance wound. Hatch tries to convince him not to call out to the approaching Vampire surgeon, and to die as a human rather than become a supernatural predator who would murder thousands of people. Hal is almost persuaded, but rejects the illusion because it does not feel right without Tom and Alex present. At this point, Hal and the others (seemingly) regain their senses in the TV studio, and a fight breaks out between the them and the Devil's mind-controlled humans. In the fight, the flask containing the Vampire blood is shattered along with the vial of Tom's blood, preventing them carrying out the ritual. However, Mr Rook arrives with a high-calibre rifle and kills Captain Hatch's body.
In the aftermath back at Honolulu Heights, Hal tell Tom and Alex that they should not give up on being human, and that to want humanity is to have it. He, however, will not be staying with them. Alex holds the door closed as he tries to leave, and it looks as though Hal and Tom might be readying for another fight, when Mr Rook arrives. Rook explains that his department is covering up the aftermath of the events involving Captain Hatch. Alex and Tom leave the room, but Hal notices that Rook responded to something that Alex said, indicating that he could hear her. Rook laughs and reveals that he is the Devil's new host, and attempts to kill the trinity. During the final battle, Alex drinks a mixture of Tom and Hal's blood, trapping the Devil in Rook's body. As Tom begins to choke and Alex starts to discorporeate, Hal grabs Tom's stake and uses it to kill Rook. With the Devil apparently dead, Hal awakens alongside Tom and Alex, and notices that he is neither his good nor evil self. After looking in a mirror and seeing his reflection for the first time in five centuries, he realises that he is human, as are the other two.
The Series 5 DVD scene shows Hal, Alex and Tom having dinner in a restaurant, having confirmed that Allison Larkin is no longer a Werewolf (and thereby implying that all the world's supernaturals have been cured). Hal is suspicious, as he realises that everything seems too perfect. He demonstrates his suspicions by asking a passing waiter for a pack of cards, and then performing card tricks despite not possessing that skill. When Alex protests that the world is still real and the trinity are simply getting what they deserve, Hal tells her that they both know the world does not work that way. As they realise that they are still in an alternate reality, the humans around them all stand and surround the table. Hal stands to face them, followed by Tom and Alex. When Tom asks him what they are going to do now, Hal replies "Oh, the usual. Save the world."
If the trinity do manage to escape the Devil's illusions, it is almost certain that Hal is still a vampire, but it is not certain whether he is under the control of his 'good' or 'evil' personality.
He is portrayed having traits of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), having many rituals and "routines" in his daily life. For example, Leo gave him a set of dominoes, which he set up in a spiral every day but never knocked down. This was to teach him to resist small urges, making the bigger temptation - blood - easier to manage. When Leo died, Hal chose to knock over the dominoes for the first time, showing he had lost control. However, it is unclear if Hal has always had this OCD-type personality, or if it has manifested mainly due to Leo's influence, though judging by his evil alter ego it appears it's something Leo taught him to do. He also values 'central heating, carpets and Radio 4' as essential and that being forced to see the house in a dirty and untidy state was torture (even going as far as asking for a screen to be put in front of him). Hal also does embroidery, origami and can also play the lute (which he considers to be "the coolest of all Medieval stringed instruments") and the piano (Annie schedules a piano lesson for Eve with Hal in the "Hal & Annie" clip). In addition, he appears to enjoy poetry.
When working at the cafe with Tom, he shows more examples of how sticking to a routine can help him suppress the urge to drink blood; "Keep busy, keep sane" he says. He also orders the eggs in the cafe in order of size, a example of how he must like to organise things. Another example would be that when he was nervous about going on a date with Alex, Tom gave him a box matches and some of the matches inside were the wrong way round. Hal quickly snatches the match box, saying gleefully, "We'll see about that!" and putting the matches back into the box properly. As a person too, Hal is also extremely organised. He plans out what activities and house work he will do every day and even sets times for them. Some of these activities include press ups, writing, cleaning and listening to Radio 4.
Hal has told Annie and Tom that he doesn't sing, but on two occasions, Hal is seen singing while cleaning. The first time, he was washing the dishes and singing "Reach Out I'll Be There" by the Four Tops . However, he is interrupted by Annie and goes silent from embarrassment. The second time, he was mopping the floors in the cafe and singing "Work To Do" by the Isley Brothers. This must indicate that Hal does indeed, sing, but seems embarrassed to admit and sing in front of others. While recruiting a small army of vampires, bad Hal danced and sang "Putting On The Ritz".
When it comes to social interaction with humans, Hal seems to struggle because when doing so, he constantly battling against his urge to drink blood. Not only that, but it appears that he also struggles because of his OCD, while many humans find it easier to live without as much structure as him. It is also likely that his social ineptness stems from living with Leo and Pearl for over fifty years. Hal also for some reason is not allowed to drink Kia-Ora. Leo and Pearl said when Annie asked what happened "We don't talk about it." It's possible that Kia-Ora changes Hal's behaviour to what it's like when he's drunk blood.
A distinct part of Hal's personality is the fact that he suffers from some form of Dissociative Identity Disorder, having an evil alter ego known as Lord Harry, who made an appearance in Series 5. It is unclear what the source of this alternate personality is, as it could be possible that Lord Harry is a mental personification created by Hal to represent his repressed violent impulses. There seems to be no real reason or explanation for why Hal and Harry switch control other than that there is a cycle which many are aware of, as Hal was never portrayed as being frightened of something triggering a change. Instead it seems that the switch between the two is random and can last for decades, and while Hal is able to sense when he is likely to change it's also possible for it to happen suddenly as explained in a story by Hal where he speaks of a time when he suddenly switched to Lord Harry and killed his lover.
Lord Harry is shown to be completely different from Hal, being far more at ease and violent. However, this alternate personality appears to be wiser than Hal due to being so detached from humanity, as he was able to see that it was the desire to be human that made someone human while none of the other characters could. Also Harry is not completely devoid of kindness as he was willing to say goodbye to Tom in a way that leaves him with a good memory of Hal prior to learn he and Alex planned to kill him, and this was further shown when he explained that their desire to be human means they are human. He also visited Lady Mary regularly and would pretend he hadn't killed anyone since her which implies he got some sort of enjoyment out of the visits, though whether that was because he was lying to her or because of her company is unknown . When put in a dream world where he was human, Hal's two persona's fuse into one to create a more relaxed, happy and calm Hal. This suggests that his split personality developed when he was a vampire when suppressing his hunger, with his human self being a safe blend of his two personalities.
As a Vampire, Hal possesses all of their common traits, this includes immortality, constant awareness of supernaturals, advanced regeneration, invulnerability to most forms of harm and enhanced strength and senses. Furthermore, as an Old One, he is stronger than younger Vampires and is completely immune to religious items such as a Cross or Star of David. He also does not need to be invited into a house to be able to enter it. Hal's incredible strength allowed him to effortlessly overpower an adult human, kill and recruit a room full of humans, and easily restrain the werewolf and seasoned vampire hunter Tom McNair. Hal also possesses great knife handling skills, presumably learned during his time as a soldier during the early 16th century. For example, he gained the upper hand during his knife fight with Lady Catherine, toying with her, and could hold his own for a while when fighting Tom; who is a hardened and skilled vampire hunter. Hal, or at least Lord Harry is incredibly charismatic; allowing him to rally a room full of vampires he just recruited under his command. He also possesses knowledge of the supernatural, enough to allow him to perform the ritual to trap the Devil, and identify rare species like Succubi and Demons.
- Main article: Tom and Hal
Hal took residence at Honolulu Heights with Annie and Tom after Leo and Pearl crossed over. At first, Hal and Tom had complications. Due to their second natures and personalities, they clashed quite often. Hal would often comment of Tom's "chavvy" accent, and insulted his werewolf nature. They were also quite close to killing each other, but set their differences aside to help Annie protect Eve. Working at the cafe together, Hal and Tom gained a mutual fondness for each other which kindled into a friendship. After Annie's crossing over, Tom and Alex agreed to help Hal manage his condition, and eventually Tom regards Hal as his "best mate."
- Main article: Hal and Alex
While working in the cafe, Hal met Alex, who showed an interest in him. Although he tried to make her
uninterested and to leave the cafe due to his vampiric nature, a date was arranged. On the date at a museum, Hal resisted the temptation to bite her. Later on, in a bar, Hal met with Alex and the two argued. Hal had been fuelled on a feeding, and was out of character. Later, when Cutler gave Hal blood, he showed her Alex's dead body, drained of blood. She returned as a ghost, warning Hal about Cutler's plan to expose werewolves. In return, he promised her revenge. At the end of the 4th series, after Annie left, Alex became part of the group. The two gained a strange and complicated relationship together.
- Main article: Annie and Hal
Hal took residence at Honolulu Heights with Annie and Tom after Leo and Pearl passed over. At first, Hal and Annie don't seem to be the best of friends. Their personalities are extremely different, however they later become friends even though their natures are nothing alike.
- Main article: Hal and Leo
Hal first met Leo around 1955 when he was a "ruthless killer." Initially, Hal captured Leo in order to use him in dog fights – however, one day, Hal visited Leo who convinced him to set him free. Along with that, Leo arranged a house in which they lived together, and Leo helped Hal stop drinking blood. For fifty five years, Hal and Leo were good and old friends. He saw Leo and Pearl as the people who kept him safe from drinking blood. When his two best friends crossed over, Hal was devastated, and almost relapsed into drinking blood again. He even mentions in Puppy Love that he would like Tom to "perform a similar role as Leo did".
- Main article: Hal and Pearl
Pearl lived alongside Hal and Leo at their home in Southend. They seem to have a bickering sibling friendship. Little else has been shown about their relationship.
- Main article: Hal and Cutler
Hal recruited Cutler into vampirism as a replacement for his legal clerk. Cutler and Hal had a long history and many dark times together. Hal killed his wife, Rachel, when Cutler would not kill her. More than fifty years later, Cutler then killed Alex as revenge.
- Hal has been compared to other vampire Mitchell by the fans of the tv series, due to him replacing Mitchell as a main cast member. However, in a lot of ways, Hal and Mitchell's personalities can be seen as polar opposites. For example, Mitchell has great social skills, even with humans, but Hal seems to be socially awkward at times, especially with humans. Mitchell's method of staying clean is friendships and the fear of disappointing the people he cares about, while Hal's method involves routines and structure.
- Hal's name, which is a short form of Henry, alludes to the devil (called "Old Harry" or "Lord Harry.") It may also allude to King Henry V, who was portrayed as "Prince Hal" in Shakespeare's play, Henry the IV, Part I. Prince Hal also undergoes a radical personality change as he grows older.
- Hal is the only member of the second Trinity to not meet his predecessor in the original Trinity. However, he serves as a counterpart to Mitchell in the Trinity with Leo and Pearl and the Trinity with Tom and Alex.
- According to him in a deleted scene, he has sired enough vampires to raise an army of his own. It is unknown if he is exaggerating.
- When Hal spoke to Leo prior to freeing him he makes mention to having been many men after becoming a vampire, describing some as kind and others as cruel. If taken literally that might mean he has more personalities with different qualities.
- Rachel Cutler
- Nick Cutler (recruited)
- Unnamed priest
- All people inside a stately home
- Fergus (recruited, later staked)
- Coco and Cheep Cheep
- Crumb (recruited)
- Larry Chrysler
- 6 unnamed people (recruited)
- Eve of the War (first appearance)
- Being Human 1955
- The Graveyard Shift
- A Spectre Calls
- Hold the Front Page
- Puppy Love
- Making History
- The War Child
- The Trinity
- Sticks and Rope
- Pie and Prejudice
- The Greater Good
- No Care, All Responsibility
- The Last Broadcast (final appearance)
Hal has appeared in 14 episodes in total.
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