|Base of operations:||San Francisco, California|
|Known relatives:||Phoebe Halliwell (ex-wife); Piper Halliwell (former sister-in-law); Prue Halliwell (former sister-in-law); Patty Halliwell (former mother-in-law); Victor Bennett (former father-in-law); Unnamed child (deceased)|
|First:||Charmed: The Honeymoon's Over|
Michael Bailey Smith
Cole Turner is a fictional half-demon featured in the Charmed television series, which aired on the WB Network for eight seasons from 1998 to 2006. He was played by Australian actor Julian McMahon and introduced in the season three premiere episode, "The Honeymoon's Over" where he became a credited cast member. He appeared in forty-seven episodes of the series in total.
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- The character of Cole Turner was created by director James L. Conway and writer Brad Kern based on concepts developed by series creator Constance M. Burge.
- Actor Michael Bailey Smith portrayed Cole Turner's demonic visage. He also played the characters of Belthazor, Shax and Janor on thirteen episodes of Charmed.
- Cole's position as both a demon and a lawyer shares themes similar to those found in the WB Network television series Angel. The central antagonists of the show were a corrupt law firm called Wolfram & Hart, which were led by a group of mysterious and demonic "Senior Partners" whose clientele consisted exclusively of demons.
- Actor Julian McMahon is also known for playing the role of Detective John Grant, a billed supporting character on the 1996-2000 crime procedural Profiler. He also played the role of supervillain Doctor Victor von Doom in the film adaptations of The Fantastic Four and The Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.
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