Tom Ellis – Biography

Wales-born actor Tom Ellis hails from Cardiff. His most well-known role is that of Lucifer Morningstar in the 2016–2021 American television series Lucifer. Ellis was a Cardiff native. At the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formerly the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama), he pursued a BA in dramatic studies.

Tom Ellis

Birthday: Nov 17, 1978

Birthplace: Bangor, Wales, UK

Ellis’ significant television appearances include Gary Preston in the hit BBC series Miranda, which lasted from November 9, 2009, to January 1, 2015, and Mark Etches in the British supernatural thriller The Fades. Ellis is also a Hollywood doctor in the USA Network series Rush.

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Prior to his first American lead role as a drug-addicted doctor on “Rush” (USA Network, 2014), he made his American television debut as Robin Hood on “Once Upon a Time” (ABC, 2011-) in 2013. The next year, in the drama “Lucifer,” which was based on a character and graphic novel co-created by Neil Gaiman, Ellis received his breakthrough American
role as the Prince of Darkness.

Tom Ellis
In the television show, Ellis’ Lucifer visits Earth mostly to escape the monotony of ruling Hell. It runs a nightclub and turns becomes a consultant for the Los Angeles Police Department.

Famous Quotes by Tom Ellis:

1. There’s something really charming about a character that is fundamentally flawed and does some pretty despicable things, but yet you still kind of love him.
2. The last TV show I really indulged in was ‘Breaking Bad,’ and I was in such a state of mourning when it ended. I’ve got to choose my next one carefully.
3. It’s always fun to play bad characters.
4. I’ve worked a lot in comedy. As much as I love playing dramatic roles, it’s always nice to be able to have some humor around when working.
5. When you have hardcore fans of something like ‘Miranda,’ people can’t see you any other way than
6. Gary Preston, which is fair enough.
7. A lot of actors would tell you that they’d rather play the villain than the hero. When you’re the character, there are no repercussions. So there is a kind of liberating feeling about saying certain things to certain people – and I think that it’s always quite satisfying to do that.
8. This is going to sound so boring, but I play golf in Hertfordshire at a club called Sandy Lodge just by Moor Park Tube station. It’s where I unwind and don’t think about anything else.
9. It’s an old joke: All evil people in movies are British.

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