D.B. Woodside Biography
D. B. Woodside is an actor from the United States most known for his roles in television shows such as The Temptations, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Single Ladies, Parenthood, and Lucifer as the angel Amenadiel.
How old is D.B. Woodside? – Age
He is 51 years old as of 25 July 2020. He was born in 1969 in Jamaica, New York, United States.
D.B. Woodside Wife
From 2008 until 2010, Woodside was in a relationship with actress Golden Brooks. Their daughter, who was born in 2009, is their only child.
Where did D.B. Woodside go to high school?
He graduated from the State University of New York in Albany with a BA and Yale School of Drama with an MFA.
D. B. Woodside Net Worth
Woodside has an estimated net worth of $4 Million.
D. B. Woodside Lucifer
He was cast as Amenadiel, an angel, Lucifer’s older brother, and the eldest of all their siblings in the American urban fantasy superhero television series Lucifer. He arrives in Los Angeles to persuade Lucifer to return to Hell; if that fails, he decides to stay on Earth with his brother and build a life with Lucifer’s therapist before she becomes pregnant with his child; if that fails, he decides to stay on Earth to raise his child and assist his brother, Lucifer Tom Ellis.
Lucifer Morningstar, a handsome and powerful angel who was cast out of Heaven for his rebellion, is the focus of the series. Lucifer, as the Devil, was bored of being the Lord of Hell for millennia, punishing humans. He abdicates his throne in disobedience of his father and abandons his country for Los Angeles, where he operates his own nightclub named Lux. He meets the attractive Detective Chloe Decker when he becomes entangled in a murder investigation. After assisting the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) in solving the case by using his power to manipulate humans into revealing their deepest desires, Lucifer accepts an offer to work as a consultant for the department with Chloe, and the two encounter a variety of supernatural beings while solving crimes and developing their relationship throughout the series.
D. B. Woodside The Temptations
He appeared as Melvin “Blue” Franklin, Otis’ best friend, and a member of both Otis Williams & the Distants and The Temptations for over four decades in the four-hour television miniseries The Temptations.
He is shy and soft-spoken, and he has struggled with arthritis for many years. Franklin was the only member of the Temptations who did not resign or get fired during his employment, with the exception of founding member Otis Williams. Franklin passed away in 1995. Otis Williams and the Siberians was founded in 1958 by a youngster named Otis Williams. After their manager acquired control of their radio station in 1960, the group’s name was changed to the Distants. The Temptations had a difficult start to their music career after Al Ruffin was bashed in the head with a beer bottle and was booted out of the Motown group. David Ruffin has a history of self-destructive conduct and substance abuse.
D. B. Woodside Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2
He appeared as Robinson in the 2015 American action comedy film Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.
Paul Blart is a security guard who, six years ago, helped rescue lives at the West Orange Pavilion Mall. Maya, his daughter, has been admitted to UCLA and hopes to relocate to Los Angeles. Paul is followed as he tries to safeguard his daughter from a criminal gang in this film. Following the speech, Paul learns of Maya and Lane’s predicament and runs to assist them, but collapses due to his long-term hypoglycemia. Following his recovery, Paul is able to take out several of Vincent’s goons and acquire information about the group’s plans.
D. B. Woodside Movies
♦ 2019 – Pearson
♦ 2018 – S.W.A.T
♦ 2016–present – Lucifer
♦ 2015 – Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2
♦ 2014–16, 2018 – Suits
♦ 2011–14 – Single Ladies
♦ 2009 – Private Practice
♦ 2009 – Monk
♦ 2007 – Grey’s Anatomy
♦ 2003–04, 2006–07 – 24 – Wayne Palmer
♦ 2003 – Easy
♦ 2002–03 – Buffy the Vampire Slayer
♦ 2000 – Romeo Must Die
♦ 1998 – The Temptations
♦ 1998 – Scar City