10 Best Lucifer Guest Stars, Ranked
As a police procedural with a supernatural twist, Lucifer has had its fill of guest stars. Between criminals, witnesses, and divine beings, there’s ample opportunity for casting. Some of these actors are pretty obscure and unknown, but others have some claim to fame through TV shows, commercials, and other popular media. This is Lucifer after all, the Devil’s in the details.
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Here are the 10 best guest stars on Lucifer, ranked.
10 God Johnson - Timothy Omundson
From the Season 2 episode of the same name, “God” Johnson is played by Timothy Omundson. The episode is downright hilarious, featuring a slow-motion scene of Lucifer and God Johnson walking through absolute chaos and Lucifer partially questioning if he is indeed the Devil.
Omundson is probably most known for his role as Carlton Lassiter from Psych. Recently, he was in the second Psych movie that premiered on Peacock, Psych 2: Lassie Come Home. Outside of that, Omundson played King Richard in the musical comedy series Galavant and had a guest star role on This Is Us as Gregory.
9 Uriel - Michael Imperioli
Uriel, played by Michael Imperioli, was introduced in the Season 2 episode “Weaponizer.” Descending to Earth in order to send the Goddess (aka “Mum”) back to Hell - or to erase her entire existence from the universe, either will do - Uriel makes the fatal mistake of threatening one Detective Chloe Decker. The episode ends with absolute heartbreak and all involved give some stellar performances.
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Imperioli fits in with the cast perfectly. Uriel exudes smugness, backed up by his ability to see and manipulate patterns, and with Azrael’s blade, he’s a force to be reckoned with. It’s a far departure from Imperioli’s most notable role, Christopher Moltisanti from The Sopranos. Despite his brief appearance, Imperioli had an incredibly crucial role to play and the effects of his actions ripple well into Season 3.
8 Father Kinley/Dromos - Graham McTavish
Most viewers probably know Graham McTavish as Dougal Mackenzie from Outlander, but for those who didn’t, yes, this man was putting on an American accent. However, the ability to play two very different characters and make them so distinct is why McTavish makes the list.
At the beginning of Season 4, McTavish plays Father Kinley. Obsessed with a prophecy concerning Lucifer’s first love and the end of the world, Kinley makes it his mission to permanently send Lucifer back to Hell. Later on, McTavish plays a completely different character: Dromos the demon. For anyone familiar with McTavish, getting to see his large range of acting is a complete joy.
7 Voice of God - Neil Gaiman
In the best meta move, Neil Gaiman provided the Voice of God in the Season 3 episode “Once Upon a Time.” The episode explores an alternate universe where Chloe’s father never died. Despite this, Chloe and Lucifer still meet and solve a murder.
Obviously, this was way before Season 5 and the creative team probably weren’t going to introduce God as a physical character. Gaiman as the Voice of God fits so well, especially since he created DC’s Lucifer Morningstar. Lucifer’s first appearance was in Gaiman’s series The Sandman, and he later received his own title. While the show is a massive departure from the comics, it’s nice to see a nod back to its origins.
6 Azrael - Charlyne Yi
After being mentioned in passing multiple times in Season 2, Season 3 introduces Azrael in the episode “Boo Normal.” On top of meeting Azrael, the audience gets to learn more about Ella’s past. It all ends with a bittersweet reunion between siblings.
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Azrael is played by Charlyne Yi, who’s probably most known as Dr. Chi Park from House. Currently, she does a lot of voice roles, such as all of the Rubies from Steven Universe, Chloe Park from We Bare Bears, and Mai Su from the Netflix animated film Next Gen.
5 Pete Daily - Alexander Koch
Did anyone see this twist coming? Diving more into Ella’s character, she begins dating the apparent nice guy Pete Daily. They’re set up as such a cute couple, with Pete being an awkward nerd who likes the same things Ella does. But it’s apparently all an act since Pete is revealed to be a serial killer.
Alexander Koch plays Pete Daily and does a very good job at portraying a complete sociopath. He’s best known as James “Junior” Rennie from the TV adaptation of Stephen King’s novel Under the Dome. Though it seems Koch’s role may be over, it’ll impact the rest of Ella’s character arc.
4 Marcus Pierce/Cain - Tom Welling
It feels appropriate that a DC show managed to get a Clark Kent on their cast. Tom Welling joined the cast for Season 3 as Marcus Pierce, better known as Cain. Yeah, that Cain. His role in the season flips between workplace enemy to frienemy to outright villain and it’s fun watching his relationships with the main cast evolve over the season.
Welling is definitely best known as Clark Kent from Smallville, but he shows Lucifer fans that he can just as easily play the villain while also being surprisingly charismatic. Though he had a major role in Season 3, he hasn’t shown up again since (probably because Lucifer murdered him), so he counts as a guest star.
3 Eve - Inbar Lavi
Season 4 introduces the audience to Lucifer’s (supposedly) first love, Eve. Yes, that Eve. Still reeling from everything going on with Chloe, Lucifer and Eve start dating. Of course, this is Lucifer and things can never be that simple.
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Inbar Lavi joins the Season 4 cast and fits in perfectly. The interactions between Eve and Maze are both hilarious and heartbreaking, leading to Maze’s entire Season 5 character arc. There’s been confirmation of Eve returning during the second half of Season 5, so fingers crossed on a reconciliation moment.
2 Sharon Osbourne - Cameo
Nobody was expecting this, so it deserves a place on the list. During the Season 5 episode “Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer!” a murder occurs in the Red Mars Project, a simulation of people living on Mars. As a participant of the program, Sharon Osbourne is brought into questioning by Chloe and Michael - who’s posing as Lucifer.
It’s totally believable that Lucifer helped out Ozzy Osbourne and having Sharon Osbourne deliver the joke is the icing on the cake. The cameo was just so unexpected and definitely a pleasant, hilarious surprise for fans.
1 God - Dennis Haysbert
After 5 seasons, God finally makes an appearance in the episode “Spoiler Alert.” Yes, that’s the title of the episode and it is very appropriately named. During the final big brawl of the season between Amenadiel, Mazikeen, Lucifer, and Michael, a booming voice from the heavens commands them all to stop. And from the stairs descends Dennis Haysbert, now also known as God.
Haysbert will show up more in the final part of Season 5 and his entrance into the show had many fans excited for more. Outside of Lucifer, Haysbert’s credits include President David Palmer from 24 and, most obviously, as the Allstate Insurance Company spokesperson.
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Lucifer: 5 Actors Who Nailed Their Roles (& 5 Who Fell Short)
Lucifans have spent years in the world of Lucifer. Anchored by Tom Ellis as the titular character, the series followed Lucifer's path from the ruler of Hell to becoming the new God and everything that happened in between. That required a lot of characters to pull that story off.
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In addition to the main cast, there have been a lot of key secondary characters and guest stars over the years. Some of the actors were perfectly cast while others just weren't. When it comes to a series like Lucifer, the difference between success and failure rides a pretty fine line.
10 FELL SHORT: Tom Ellis As Michael
Season 5 of Lucifer hinged on Lucifer's twin brother Michael. Jealous of his brother, Michael enacted a plan that started while Lucifer was back in Hell. He started by making God think he was losing his mojo, then tried to usurp his own father.
It's hard to say if the issue was Ellis's performance or if it was the underlying premise of the character, but Michael just wasn't a particularly compelling villain. The whole story might have worked better if a different actor played Michael and the series left the unnecessary twin gimmick behind.
9 NAILED IT: Rachael Harris As Dr. Linda Martin
The first episode of the series took Lucifer and Chole to the office of Dr. Linda Martin. This was the beginning of Linda's long association with the group of celestials now residing on Earth, particularly Amenadiel with whom she had a child.
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Rachael Harris has consistently nailed the part since that episode. As Lucifer's therapist and friend, Martin is key to the show's overall narrative. Harris never has an off episode and brings a key perspective to every scene she is a part of.
8 FELL SHORT: Inbar Lavi As Eve
Part of Season 4 was an old ex-girlfriend of Lucifer's appearing. Frankly, calling her "old" might be an understatement given that she was Eve, made famous as part of the Biblical duo of Adam and Eve. She provided an interesting glimpse into Lucifer's past.
Inbar Avi played Eve in Season 4 but she was extremely annoying. Eve was too cloying to be relatable on any level whatsoever. That being said, she was also a far more engaging character when she made her return appearance in the second half of Season 5.
7 NAILED IT: Aimee Garcia As Ella Lopez
Going back and watching the entire series from the beginning has a bit of a pitfall in Season One. The problem is that Ella Lopez doesn't arrive on the show until Season 2 and watching Lucifer without Ella is difficult at best.
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Her energy and positivity are infectious, to say the least, and her underlying dark streak is engaging. Aimee Garcia took the part and ran worth it, turning Ella into an absolutely key character. Fans would like to see her learn the truth about everything before the series comes to an end, though.
6 FELL SHORT: Kevin Rankin As Malcolm Graham
The villain of Season 1 was Amenadiel, Lucifer's angelic brother. When Lucifer left Hell behind, God assigned Amenadiel to watch over the vacant throne until such time as Lucifer returned to his post. It put the two brothers in an adversarial position that has changed drastically throughout the seasons.
Needing an agent to work through, Amenadiel turned to nearly-deceased crooked cop, Malcolm Graham. Kevin Rankin did a fine job in the role but lacked the gravitas to make him a truly compelling or believable villain. There was never any doubt that he was going to be defeated.
5 NAILED IT: Dennis Haysbert As God
Throughout the series, Lucifer has been plagued by issues with his father, God. As a young-ish angel, Lucifer rebelled against his father and was subsequently sent to Hell. Lucifer saw it as a punishment while God saw it as a way of training his son as his replacement.
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God finally appeared on the series in the second half of Season 5. He was portrayed by iconic actor Dennis Haysbert who brought nothing but gravitas to the role. He was not only the perfect God for the series, he was the perfect father figure for Lucifer.
4 FELL SHORT: Vinessa Vidotto As Remiel
Lucifer and Amenadiel were the two angels who appeared most frequently in the series by far. But that doesn't mean they were the only ones. Several other angels and demons made popped up on the series in different arcs and episodes.
Remiel was Lucifer and Amenadiel's battle-obsessed sister who was usually on some sort of hunt when she appeared. Played by Vinessa Vidotto, Remiel was wooden and not particularly interesting. That's probably why her appearances were few and far between.
3 NAILED IT: Leslie-Ann Brandt As Mazikeen
When Lucifer left Hell behind, he didn't do so alone. Mazikeen, his most trusted torturer, went to Earth with him as his confidante and bodyguard. Over time, their relationship grew and they became friends more than anything else.
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Leslie-Ann Brandt's portrayal of Mazikeen made her one of the most nuanced characters on TV. Maze's emotional growth as an individual has been nothing short of incredible, and Brandt's work with that character has been nothing short of heroic.
2 FELL SHORT: Scarlett Estevez As Trixie
For the first few seasons, Trixie was a key part of the series. The daughter of Chloe Decker and Dan Espinoza, Trixie tested Lucifer's patience with humanity on an entirely new level. At the same time, she also became Maze's first real friend on Earth.
Trixie's time on the show has decreased dramatically as has her relevance to the series. Scarlett Estevez was good in the role at first but that faded as the character failed to evolve. The series has reached the point where it might be better off without the Trixie unless there's some growth in the character.
1 NAILED IT: Tom Ellis As Lucifer
Keeping in mind that the series is called Lucifer, it would be expected that the main character would be the core of the series. And that certainly is the case as Lucifer's journey from where he was in Episode 1 to where he is now is legendary.
It's honestly impossible to imagine anyone but Tom Ellis playing the part. He has brought a level of charm to the role that no one else could have. On top of that, he has managed to layer in so much humor and emotion that it's almost impossible to not be drawn in.
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Tom Ellis Reveals The Lucifer Guest Star He Found 'Quite Annoying'
Tom Ellis has revealed the Lucifer guest star that he found “quite annoying.” To get to the bottom of the story, you have to head back multiple episodes and seasons. It all leads back to the eighth episode of Season 2 entitled "Trip to Stabby Town." You can currently stream it on Netflix, if you need a refresher.
To quickly recap, that is the Lucifer episode that involved the theft of Azrael’s blade by a human. Lucifer ended up connecting it to a series of stabbings that involved a local yoga studio. The place’s guru was Jenson Glory, whose real name was Jamie Ostrowski. Actor Ryan Alosio played the role. Now to what Tom Ellis told JimHeath.TV:
Even though the guest star came and went, a part of their time on the show had not. Lucifer, aka one of Netflix users’ favorite shows, had made a lot of cutouts for Ryan Alosio’s character Jenson Glory. As in a lot of them. That is how a prank got started. One that was done on Tom Ellis’ birthday.
Tom Ellis explained the incident, saying:
Nothing like a “Happy Birthday” prank to get the day in high gear. That is not where it ended for Tom Ellis. The Lucifer star went on to reveal that the cutouts also appeared in his bathroom. His co-star Lauren German (Chloe) acknowledged that she had somehow managed to fit a giant one in the bathroom, which Ellis described as “tiny.”
Tom Ellis clearly finds the incident quite memorable, as it had to have occurred a while ago. Keep in mind, the episode of Lucifer that guest star was in aired almost three years ago, back on November 14, Interestingly just a few days before Ellis’ birthday, which is on November
Plenty of time to have watched a good television show to get past it. Tom Ellis recently revealed one that made him quite emotional. As well as how things have been going in the gym. All is well that ends well.
You should not expect the guest star mentioned above back, given the way his arc ended. However, there is one big villain that a Lucifer star wants back, so stay tuned to see if that ends up happening.
Netflix just made the final season much larger. Lucifer got a significant increase in its episode count. It was initially set to be considerably smaller. Not anymore! Back in June, Tom Ellis said that he would see fans “in hell” for Season 5. Shortly after the announcement that the show was ending, the cast reacted, and so did fans.
Lucifer fans started a petition to get the show a sixth season. One of the show’s showrunners weighed in with how they felt about it before then weighing in on why fans should not push for Season 6. At least, there is more to say farewell with!
Lucifer Seasons 1 through 4 are currently streaming on Netflix, along with many premieres. A premiere date for Lucifer’s fifth and final season has not gotten unveiled yet. While waiting for news on it, this summer’s television options should help keep you satisfied.
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Cast list : What famous actors were in Lucifer? As one of the most popular () TV shows, Lucifer has made a huge impact on pop culture. To join in, Celebrity.fm decided to look back on the iconic series and its impressive roster of stars and cast.
In this Castlist, we show you the list of 8 famous Actors You Didnt Know Were On Lucifer in pictures.
What is Lucifer?
- Lucifer ()
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Lucifer is a TV series launched in After a few months of its launch the TV show has already touched many fans. According to IMDB, the rating of the series is currently /10 and it ranks as one of the most popular series to date.
Lucifer Morningstar has decided hes had enough of being the dutiful servant in Hell and decides to spend some time on Earth to better understand humanity. He settles in Los Angeles the City of Angels.
Lucifer Morningstar, bored from his sulking life in hell, comes to live in Los Angeles. While there, he helps humanity with its miseries through his experience and telepathic abilities to bring peoples deepest desires and thoughts out of them. While meeting with a Detective in his nightclub (Lux), a shootout involving him and the Detective leads him to become an LAPD consultant who tries to punish people for their crimes through law and justice.
Gallery : 8 Famous Actors You Didnt Know Were On Lucifer
Over the course of seasons, numerous actors and other celebrities made an appearance or two on the show. Today we take a look at 8 Famous Actors were On Lucifer that you might not remember:
Tom Ellis : Lucifer Morningstar
Tom Ellis is a Welsh actor from Cardiff, Wales. He is best known for playing Lucifer Morningstar in the American television series Lucifer (). Ellis was born in Cardiff. He studied BA Dramatic Studies at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (previously the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama). Ellis notable roles include Hollywood physician in the USA Network series Rush, Mark Etches in the British supernatural drama The Fades and Gary Preston in the hit TV show Miranda which aired on the BBC from November 9, to January 1, In February , it was announced that Ellis was cast as Lucifer Morningstar in the Fox television drama Lucifer, based on the comic of the same name, which premiered on 25 January The show was renewed by Netflix for a fourth season which was released on 8 May
Born November 17, in Cardiff, Wales, UK Birth Name Thomas John Ellis Height 6 3 ( m)
Lauren German : Chloe Decker
Lauren German was born on November 29, in Huntington Beach, California. German attended the prominent Actors Studio and attended USC. Lauren also trained as a dancer at the Orange County High School of the Arts (a.k.a. OCHSA). She made her film debut in Down to You (). She starred, opposite Shane West and Mandy Moore, in the sleeper hit, A Walk to Remember (). Shes also known as Agent Lori Weston in the television series. Hawaii Five-0 (), Beth in the film, Hostel: Part II (), and Eva in film, The Divide (). She starred in the NBC drama, Chicago Fire (), as Leslie Shay, from to In , she will be starring in Lucifer () as LAPD homicide detective Chloe Decker.
Born November 29, in Huntington Beach, California, USA Birth Name Lauren Christine German Height 5 7 ( m)
Kevin Alejandro : Dan Espinoza
Kevin Alejandro was born on April 7, in San Antonio, Texas, USA as Kevin Michael Alejandro. He is an actor and producer, known for Arrow (), Southland () and Bedtime Story (). He has been married to Leslie de Jesus Alejandro since February 14, They have one child.
Born April 7, in San Antonio, Texas, USA Birth Name Kevin Michael Alejandro Height 5 11¾ ( m)
Lesley-Ann Brandt : Mazikeen
South African export Lesley-Ann Brandt stars as the Vertigo/DC comic book character Mazikeen, on Netflix hit series Lucifer. Born and raised in Cape Town South Africa, Brandt immigrated with her family to Auckland, New Zealand in her late teens. Discovered by local casting directors, Brandt took on the role of Naevia in the Starz hits, Spartacus: Blood and Sand and Spartacus: Gods of the Arena. Working with producers Steven S. D Knight and Sam Raimi, she captivated audiences with her performance and became one of the shows breakout stars. Brandts other credits include the feature film Drift opposite Sam Worthington, Foxs Gotham and the dark comedy, Killing Winston Jones starring opposite Richard Dreyfuss, Danny Glover and Jon Heder for director Joel David Moore. Lesley-Ann is now permanently based in Los Angeles.
Height 5 7 ( m)
Scarlett Estevez : Trixie Espinoza
Scarlett Estevez was born in Los Angeles, California, and from a young age she displayed a knack for the performing arts. Scarlett booked her first national commercial at age 3 and has appeared in more than 25 national commercials. Her first film role was in a short film for the Make-A-Film Foundation called The Magic Bracelet. The cast included James Van Der Beek, Hailee Steinfeld, Jackson Rathbone, J.K Simmons, and Bailee Madison. She went on to shoot her first feature film And Then There Was You, staring Garcelle Beauvais. Scarlett co-starred in the pilot Redeeming Dave, which was written by Dominic Russo (Workaholics). She co-starred on the Nickelodeon Web series Junior Eye. She was a supporting lead in the films Daddys Home () and Daddys Home 2 (), playing the daughter of Mark Wahlberg and Linda Cardellinis character and stepdaughter of Will Ferrells character. She can also be seen as a series regular on Foxs Lucifer (). The show is in its third season.
Height 4 9 ( m)
Rachael Harris : Linda Martin
Rachael Harris was born in Worthington, Ohio, where she spend most of her early life. In , she graduated from Worthington High School. She then attended Otterbein College, a liberal arts college located in Westerville, Ohio. She graduated in , with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Harris joined the Groundlings, an improvisational and sketch comedy troupe. The troupe maintains its own school in Los Angeles, where experienced members train young performers. Harris has served as a teacher in the school. In the s, Harris made a number of appearances in American television shows, starting with single-episode roles in the science fiction series seaQuest DSV and Star Trek: Voyager. Her Star Trek role had her playing Martis, mother of Kes (a regular character of the series). Harris had a recurring role in the sitcom Sister, Sister as Simone. Her character was a senior college student, attending the University of Michigan where the last few seasons of the series were set. Harris continued making guest appearances on television shows throughout the s, and also appeared in a number of documentaries and advertisement campaigns. She appeared as a correspondent of the news satire The Daily Show for a single season (). Harris was cast as Kevyn Shecket, a member of the supporting cast in the comedy series Fat Actress (). She appeared in all 7 episodes of the 1st season of the show, but the series was then canceled. Harris has played parts in various theatrical films, though often in minor roles. In the comedy film The Hangover (), Harris played Melissa, the bossy and cheating girlfriend of Dr. Stuart Stu Price. Her boyfriend was played by actor Ed Helms. Harris had a recurring film role in the film series Diary of a Wimpy Kid (), where she played Susan Heffley (the protagonists mother). In the s, Harris continues to appear in various film and television roles. She was cast as main cast member in the short-lived sitcom Surviving Jack (). In the sitcom Harris was cast as Joanne Dunlevy, a married mother to two teenagers, who decides to resume her college studies. The main plot of the sitcom had Joannes husband adjusting to life as a full-time parent. Harris gained a main cast role in the fantasy series Lucifer (). She is playing Dr. Linda Martin, a professional psychotherapist who maintains a sexual relationship with her patient Lucifer Morningstar. Part of the series plot is that Lucifer is a fallen angel and former ruler of Hell, who is trying to adjust to life among humans and to deal with his emotional issues. Linda initially helps him under the misconception that he is a mortal human being, but eventually learns part of his secrets.
Born January 12, in Worthington, Ohio, USA Birth Name Rachael Elaine Harris Height 5 1 ( m)
D.B. Woodside : Amenadiel
Born July 25, in Jamaica, Queens, New York City, New York, USA Birth Name David Bryan Woodside Height 6 3 ( m)
D.B. Woodside was born on July 25, in Jamaica, Queens, New York City, New York, USA as David Bryan Woodside. He is an actor and director, known for Lucifer (), 24 () and Romeo Must Die ().
Aimee Garcia : Ella Lopez
Born November 28, in Chicago, Illinois, USA Height 5 4 ( m)
A Chicago native of Mexican and Puerto Rican descent, she made her professional stage debut at the age of seven in Paul Mejias Cinderella at The Auditorium Theatre. By the age of twelve, she was dancing 20 shows a month as Clara in The Nutcracker. She joined the Young Peoples Company, whose alumni include John Cusack, Joan Cusack, Jeremy Piven, Lili Taylor and Aidan Quinn. Aimee graduated from Northwestern University with a triple major in economics, journalism and French. While attending Northwestern University, she was put under a two-year contract with Paramount Television after Norman Lear hand-picked her to headline his pilot-in-development, The Chavez Family, and also played the lead role of Diana Morales in A Chorus Line for Broadway choreographer Mitzi Hamilton. After Northwestern, she developed a television career in Los Angeles with Greetings from Tucson (), and had continued success as Andy Garcias daughter and George Lopezs niece Veronica Palmero on George Lopez (). She is was at one point the only Latina in her generation to be on syndicated television. In , she was nominated for an ALMA and Imagen Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series. Aimee also starred in Peter Bergs new high-octane medical drama Trauma () on NBC.
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Lucifer spoilers follow.
Lucifer star DB Woodside has dropped hints about a memorable scene in the upcoming episodes.
The cast are back at work on the Netflix series, with cameras rolling on the 5B finale straight into the sixth and final season following a delay in production due to COVID
Woodside, who plays the fallen angel Amenadiel, shared an update on the filming earlier this week while teasing an exciting scene with an unnamed guest star.
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"Last week, Tom [Ellis], Lauren [German], myself, and a guest actor that I’m not at liberty to identify yet, took part in a scene that will go down as one of the funniest Lucifer scenes ever. Just wait," he tweeted.
There's no telling yet on which guest star Woodside is referring to, but Lucifer did cast Friday Night Lights star Scott Porter only a few days before the actor's tweet.
Porter is expected to be playing LAPD officer Carol Corbett, whose growing connection with Ella (Aimee Garcia) raises eyebrows due to his past with Dan (Kevin Alejandro)
Netflix also recently unveiled the first look at Lucifer's musical episode at DC FanDome, showing Lucifer (Ellis), Chloe (played by Lauren German) and Dan (Kevin Alejandro) breaking out in song while examining a corpse on an American football field.
Related: Lucifer final season set to have fewer episodes than expected
The series is riding high leading into the second-half of its fifth season. Lucifer recently topped Netflix streaming figures with billion minutes viewed during one week in August.
Lucifer season 4 and 5A are available to watch now on Netflix, with season 5B arriving soon. Catch up on seasons one to three via Amazon Prime Video.
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Nothing Lasts Forever"Nothing Lasts Forever" is the fourteenth episode of the fifth seasonof Lucifer.
Lucifer angles to be his father's successor. Ella makes a painful confession. Chloe investigates a murder at an aquarium.
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Special Guest Star
- Brent Bailey as Jeremy Morgan
- Chris Carney as Waiter
- Lee Doud as Sato Miki
- Kareem Lewis as Mover Terrell
- Claudio Pinto as Demian Lorenzoni
- The episode title is said by God to Lucifer before he and Goddess leaves to go to her universe.
- God's last outfit before he leaves reflects his newfound closeness with Amenadiel and Lucifer; grey for Amenadiel and burgundy for Lucifer.
- When Amenadiel voices concern about humans seeing angels with wings, Lucifer quips "This is LA, brother"; meaning no-one's gonna care much since they'll be assumed cosplayers.
- The "Godfrey" joke is used again to disguise God's name; Amenadiel previously tried this to trick Charlotte when she asked about Season 2.
- Lucifer is genuinely sorry when he accidentally offended Penelope with the belief that she had retired from acting; Lucifer respects her, since Penelope is a favorite actress of his.
- Gabriel mentions that Goddess' universe has centaurs.
- Amenadiel and Gabriel are revealed to be Archangels as well.
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