There are two kinds of people in the world, according to Lucifer (Tom Ellis): those who want to know the truth and those who want to believe in lies. Thankfully, his therapist Dr. Linda Martin (Rachael Harris) falls into the former category, which makes her Lucifer’s perfect match and new partner in crime-solving as Season 3 begins on Monday, September 19th at 9pm ET/PT with They’re Back, Aren’t They? on FOX. Dr. Rachael Harris Shocks as Lucifer’s Psychotherapist
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Rachael Harris as Dr. Linda Martin
Dr. Linda Martin, Lucifer’s psychotherapist is a Stanford-educated psychologist who specializes in working with anxiety disorders, compulsion issues and relationship problems. A bit more than we previously knew about Dr.
The Importance of Finding the Right Role
We have to admit, we were a little skeptical when Fox announced that Chicago P.D. star Rachael Harris would play psychotherapist Linda Martin on season 2 of Lucifer. When news first broke that popular character actress Tricia Helfer was cast in a recurring role for season 2, many fans assumed she’d be taking over Maze’s position as Lucifer’s therapist from Charlotte (Tricia Helfer) and Amenadiel (D.B.
The Secrets Behind Lucifer’s Newest Villain
Dr. Linda Martin’s Relationship with Detective Chloe Decker will definitely be an interesting one to watch. In a recent interview, Rachael explains what it was like working with Lauren German: It was great! She’s a sweetheart and she fits right in to that world on set.
Rachael Harris Talks Doctor-Patient Confidentiality
Dr. Linda Martin, a new character on Fox’s Lucifer, is helping Lucifer (Tom Ellis) see his own issues and wants him to stay in therapy with her. I spoke with Rachael Harris about what she enjoys most about playing Dr. Martin, her interactions with co-star Lauren German and when we might see more of Dr. Martin during season 3.
How to Succeed in Acting and Directing
No one just falls into directing. It’s a skill that takes years to master and you need to set aside time every day (or at least a few times a week) to practice and hone your craft. Just like with acting, it’s important that you know your lines before stepping onto set, whether it be in front of or behind the camera.