D.B. Woodside Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Net Worth, Movies, TV Shows

By | May 20, 2024

D.B. Woodside Biography

D. B. Woodside is an actor who hails from the US most famous for his part on TV shows like The Temptations, Single Ladies, Parenthood, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Lucifer as the angel Amenadiel.

How old is D.B. Woodside?

He was born in 1969 in Jamaica, New York, US. He is 51 years old as of 25th July 2020.

D.B. Woodside Wife

Since 2008 to 2010, he was in a relationship with actress Golden Brooks. They have been blessed with a daughter, who was was given birth to in the year 2009 and happens to be their only child.

D.B. Woodside education

He completed from the State University of New York in Albany with a BA as well as Yale School of Drama with an MFA.

D. B. Woodside Net Worth

Woodside has a net worth estimated at $4 Million.

D. B. Woodside Lucifer

He was featured as Amenadiel, an angel, Lucifer’s older brother, and the eldest of all their siblings in the American urban fantasy superhero TV series Lucifer. He got to Los Angeles to plead with Lucifer to come back to Hell; if that didn’t work, he decides to stay on Earth together with his brother and make a life with Lucifer’s therapist before she cold be pregnant with his child; if that fails, he decides to stay on Earth to take care of his child and help his brother, Lucifer Tom Ellis.


Lucifer Morningstar, a good looking and powerful angel who was thrown out of Heaven for his rebellion, is the basis of the series. Lucifer, as the Devil, was tired of being the Lord of Hell for millennia, punishing humans. He abdicates his throne to disobey his father and leave his country for Los Angeles, where he owns his own nightclub called Lux. He meets the attractive Detective Chloe Decker when he was entangled in a murder investigation. After helping the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) in solving the case by using his ability to manipulate humans into opening up on their deepest desires, Lucifer agrees to an offer to serve as a consultant for the department together with Chloe, and the two encounter different supernatural beings as they solved crimes and growing their relationship all through the series.

D. B. Woodside The Temptations

He acted as Melvin “Blue” Franklin, Otis’ best of friends, and a member of both Otis Williams & the Distants and The Temptations for more than four decades in the four-hour TV miniseries The Temptations.


He is shy and soft-spoken, and he has had it rough with arthritis for several years. Franklin was the only member of the Temptations who never resigned or get fired during his employment, excluding founding member Otis Williams. Franklin died in the year 1995. Otis Williams and the Siberians was started in the year 1958 by a youngster called Otis Williams. After their manager got control over their radio station in the year 1960, the group’s name was changed to the Distants. The Temptations had a hard time to start their music profession after Al Ruffin was hit on the head with a beer bottle and was booted out of the Motown team. David Ruffin has a background of self-destructive conduct and substance over use.

D. B. Woodside Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

He featured as Robinson in the 2015 American action comedy film Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.


Paul Blart is a security guard who, six years ago, assisted rescue lives at the West Orange Pavilion Mall. Maya, wo is his daughter, has been enrolled to UCLA and desires to move to Los Angeles. Paul is tracked as he attempts to safeguard his daughter from a criminal gang in this film. According to the speech, Paul discovers Maya and Lane’s predicament and hurriedly goes to help them, but collapses following his long-term hypoglycemia. Due to his recovery, Paul is able to take out many of Vincent’s goons and gets information about the group’s programme.

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

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