Oguz Kaan Kısa · June 1, 2021
Lucifer, fittingly, has gone to hell and back throughout its lengthy television-to-streaming journey over the last half-decade. The DC comic book adaptation made a modest premiere on Fox, garnering mixed reviews but a rising audience. When the program was canceled after three seasons, the outpouring of fan support prompted Netflix to renew it for three more MA-rated seasons — including its sixth and final season, which was (surprise) announced back in June. While waiting for the new season would you like to learn where the actors did graduate from?
One of the younger angels of God and renown Hell ruler, Lucifer Morningstar is also known as Samael or Lightbringer. Our handsome devil that we all love and know can’t lie, grew up in Sheffield, England, where he went to High Storrs School and played French horn in the City of Sheffield Youth Orchestra. He then attended the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, where he earned a BA in Dramatic Studies. Ellis' famous appearances include Hollywood doctor in the USA Network series Rush, Mark Etches in the British supernatural thriller The Fades, and Gary Preston in the successful BBC television program Miranda, which aired from November 9, 2009, to January 1, 2015.
Ellis was cast as Lucifer Morningstar in the Fox television drama Lucifer, based on the comic book of the same name, which aired on January 25, 2016.
Lauren German is one of the key characters of Lucifer, playing Chloe Decker, a hardworking murder investigator who solves cases alongside our eponymous devilish figure. Lauren German, well known to Lucifer fans as Chloe Decker in Lucifer, graduated from the University of Southern California in 1999. It is a private university in, you guessed it, Los Angeles, California. German is also well-known for her parts in the crime dramas Chicago Fire and Hawaii Five-0, as well as the horror films Hostel: Part II and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Kevin Alejandro was born in San Antonio, Texas, but grew up in the little West Texas town of Snyder. He received his education at the University of Texas at Austin. On his mother's side, he is of Mexican descent. Kevin Alejandro plays a strong parental role in Lucifer as Daniel Espinoza, an LAPD murder detective, Chloe's ex-husband, and Trixie's father. Kevin Alejandro has appeared in films such as Crossing Over, Red State, Wake, and Cassadaga.
David Bryan Woodside was born in the New York borough of Queens. He used to be a football player in high school, but following an accident in his senior year, he became interested in art and acting. Woodside earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Albany, New York. He eventually received his M.F.A. from the Yale School of Drama.
Woodside made his television debut in 1996, as Aaron Mosley in Murder One's second season. D.B. Woodside, who portrays Lucifer's older brother Amenadiel, is a vigilant figure in this series. Woodside most famously starred in the seventh season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Lesley-Ann Brandt plays a key supporting role in Lucifer as Mazikeen, a.k.a. "Maze," Lucifer's demon companion. Brandt is most recognized for her roles in Starz's Spartacus and Spartacus: Blood and Sand. Brandt was born and raised in Greenhaven, close to Athlone. She went to New Zealand after graduating from Pinelands High School in 1999 to pursue an acting and modeling career, obtaining a role on the worldwide TV series Spartacus.
She relocated to Los Angeles in 2010 and appeared in supporting parts on television shows such as Chuck, CSI: NY, and Gotham before getting a lead part on Lucifer.
Rachael Harris, who portrays Linda Martin, our titular hellspawn's psychologist, is a thoughtful and perceptive character in Lucifer. Rachael Harris was born in Worthington, Ohio, where she spent most of her childhood. She graduated from Worthington High School in 1986. Otterbein Institution, a liberal arts college in Westerville, Ohio, was her next stop. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1989.
Harris became a member of the Groundlings, an improv and sketch comedy company. In Los Angeles, the company has its own school where veteran members mentor emerging performers. Harris previously worked as a teacher at the school.
Ella Lopez, who debuted at the start of Season 2, is a cheerful, lovable forensic scientist with a cheerful attitude. She has a tendency of welcoming people by embracing them. She is recognized for her sense of humor and her deep faith in Christianity.
Aimee earned a triple major in economics, journalism, and French from Northwestern University. While still a student at Northwestern, she signed a two-year deal with Paramount Television when Norman Lear hand-picked her to star in his pilot-in-development, The Chavez Family. She also portrayed Diana Morales in "A Chorus Line" for Broadway choreographer Mitzi Hamilton.