Charlaine Harris (?)
AS SEEN IN:
Alexander Drew was an angelic looking, yet impetuous vampire. He was turned at the tender age of 9, and served the Vampire Authority as a Chancellor. He enjoyed smoking cigarettes and taunting everyone around him, including his fellow Chancellors.
Alexander was the Chancellor presiding over Europe, and bragged of having vampire rights bills passed in Scandinavia. A feat which Rosalyn Harris found unimpressive, given the Scandinavians inclination towards liberalism.
In reality Alexander was a Sanguinista, and recorded videos of himself feeding on and killing humans, which he kept as trophies, and sent to other anti-mainstreaming groups.
Roman learns from Nora of the existence of a second traitor on the council. After ordering a search of all the Chancellors' quarters, he discovers video footage of Alexander feeding on, and killing a human woman, which Alexander himself had then sent to various Sanguinista groups around the globe, along with the encrypted message "sympathy and solidarity".
Alexander attempts in vain to defend himself, by claiming to have been trying to infiltrate the extremists. Roman, however, sees through Alexander's lies, and pulls him from his chair by the hair, and stakes him in mid-air, in front of the assembled Chancellors.
Getting rid of Alexander that quickly in the show certainly solved the problem of what to do once Hopkins' growth spurts began (a la Walt in 'Lost'). Aging has always been a problem with characters who should be ageless - 'Angel', Commander Data ('Star Trek: The Next Generation'), Jeannie Nelson ('I Dream Of Jeannie'), Samantha Stevens ('Bewitched'), but it would especially be so with a child character who should be frozen in Time.
According to one site I visited, Alexander Drew should have been around 4,000 - 5,000 years old.
Although the Vampire Authority apparently exists in the "Sookie Stackhouse/Southern Vampire" novels, I'm not certain if Charlaine Harris actually created Alexander Drew. Perhaps there is a child vampire similar to him in BookWorld, but by a different name.