I really just want to hang out with every single Lucifer actor.

Lesley-Ann Brandt’s first role in 2009:

Lesley-Ann’s first role was in 2009 on the short-lived New Zealand comedy Diplomatic Immunity. After that series wrapped, she went on to star as Naevia on Spartacus and Spartacus: Gods of the Arena. Lesley-Ann also guest-starred on several other TV shows, like Single Ladies and The Librarians.

Lesley-Ann Brandt as Mazikeen on Lucifer:

Lesley-Ann began starring as Maze in the pilot episode of Lucifer in 2016, and she went on to star in 93 episodes. Looking back at being cast on the show, Lesley-Ann said, “I tested for three different shows in one week, and Lucifer was one of them and Limitless was another. Lucifer decided to let me go with the contract and I didn’t get Limitless either. I was on a photo shoot and I got a call from my agent and she said they want to reinstate your deal on Lucifer and I was so excited because I really did love the character when I read it.”

Lesley-Ann Brandt in real life:


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In an Instagram post honoring the final season of Lucifer, Lesley-Ann wrote, “It’s been fun. Goodbye Lucifer.” She also went on to thank the fans, who she called “the center of this show” for six “incredible seasons.”

Rachael Harris’s first role in 1993:

Rachael’s first acting credit was in the sci-fi series SeaQuest DSV in 1993, where she played a crew member named Rose. She’s starred in so many TV shows throughout her career, like Sister, Sister; Reno 911!; New Girl; Surviving Jack; Suits; and many more. She’s also an accomplished voice actor who has lent her voice to projects like Wreck-It Ralph, BoJack Horseman, and more.

Rachael Harris as Linda Martin on Lucifer:

Rachael was cast as Linda in 2016 and appeared in all 93 episodes of Lucifer. Talking about being cast on the show, she said, “When I read the pilot, I instantly loved that character of Lucifer. I loved how complex he was. I love that he was seeking redemption, that he was trying to better himself, that he was becoming more self-aware and I really loved getting to play a therapist to the most irredeemable person ever.”

Rachael Harris in real life:

“Oh, I was sobbing at all the table reads,” Rachael recalled while reflecting on the final season of Lucifer. “When it came to filming, it was very hard because you didn’t really want to go there while we were shooting, but there were times when you couldn’t help it because of the nature of the writing.”

Aimee Garcia’s first role in 1999:

Aimee made her acting debut in the film The Home Coming in 1996. She then went on to appear in episodes of ER, Greetings from Tucson, All About the Andersons, Supernatural, and more. Her most notable roles were then playing Veronica Palmero on George Lopez and Jamie Batista on Dexter.

Aimee Garcia as Ella Lopez on Lucifer:

Aimee joined Lucifer as Ella in Season 2 and went on to star in 80 episodes of the series. Speaking about her audition, Aimee said, “When I read the script for a Latina scientist, because you don’t see a lot of Latinas in STEM, that’s the first thing that got me really excited about it, and her sense of humor and dorkiness. I got to the audition, and I went for it!”

Aimee Garcia in real life:


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After Lucifer, you can catch Aimee on Woke Season 2 and as the voice of Jodie Tarleton on Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K. In terms of upcoming projects, she’ll star in Murder at Emigrant Gulch, Holiday in Santa Fe, and will lend her voice talents to Saurus City.

Scarlett Estevez’s first role in 2013:

Scarlett’s first notable role came in 2013 when she starred in the movie And Then There Was You. Afterward, she went on to star in Daddy’s Home and Daddy’s Home 2 as Megan, Mark Wahlberg and Linda Cardellini’s daughter in the films.

Scarlett Estevez as Trixie Espinoza on Lucifer:

After starring in the Lucifer pilot in 2016, Scarlett went on to appear in 76 episodes of the series. In an Instagram post about the show ending, Scarlett wrote, “Goodbyes are hard. Thank you for showing Trixie so much love over the years.”

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Outside of Lucifer, Scarlett has been starring as Gwen Flores on Disney Channel’s Bunk’d since 2019. In terms of upcoming projects, she’ll be seen in Christmas Again and Ultra Violet & Blue Demon.

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