Lucifer Actually Does Live in LA

‘Lucifer’ is an American television series developed by Tom Kapinos that premiered on FOX in 2016. The series revolved around Lucifer Morningstar played by the oh-so-dreamy Tom Ellis who abandons Hell for Los Angeles where he runs his own nightclub. After four successful seasons Netflix picked up the series for the fifth and final season of 16 episodes this past June.

This month These Curious Times News actually met, quite by accident, this very charismatic light bringer. It was not the dashing actor who portrayed the rebellious son of God, rather it was a quiet and equaling charming young man whose birth name is just that.

As it turns out he is a Realtor for Keller Williams and hails from their Los Feliz office. TCTN brings you, which no one else has ever done before, an interview with Lucifer Morningstar.

“This is my given name. I don’t really know much about my family. I grew up jumping from couch to couch,” began Morningstar, “I want to preface this interview by saying that my childhood was kind of dysfunctional and unorthodox.”

Born and raised in California, he spent a lot of time in Moreno Valley and Hemet, a very rural area. “My best friend had been pulled out of school, for reasons I rather not divulge and I wanted to be home schooled with him. My situation being what it was his mother took me under her wing. I began living with them.”

“It was my father who named me, I think…” said Morningstar, “for a while I tried to dwell on where I came from, but it lead to a dead end. I knew from an early age that I didn’t have any family, no grandparents, or close relatives to take me in.” Morningstar alludes to an incident that happened when he three or four years old that wiped out any family. He remained vague about any details. “My mother was never in the picture, so it had to have been my father who named me.” He says that many of his younger years are a bit blurry and recalls spending most of his time as a kid outside or in the library.  

At a tender age he was kidnapped, although at the time he did not realize what was going on. As the story goes,’ a fiend of a friend took Morningstar to Las Vegas for several months. This man told his own children that Morningstar was their new brother. “I eventually ran away and made my way back to Moreno Valley, that’s when my foster family moved to Los Angeles.”

To read the full story visit These Curious Times News at: https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/view/63051010/these-curious-times-february-2020-edition

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