TV - Movies
The Vintage Prop
Lauren German
Stole From
Lucifer's Set
Highly professional detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German) in the urban fantasy series "Lucifer" is unlikely to ever stoop to stealing. Even when the by-the-book Decker teams up with the Devil (Tom Ellis), she does so for the best of motives, and while Detective Decker may be too honest to be sticky-fingered, it turns out German herself isn't quite a paragon.
It's a long-standing entertainment industry tradition that when a film or series concludes, actors will often take a prop, or possibly several props, from the set as a memento of their time. German, too, confessed to upholding the show business practice of prop-pilfering, "I got a vintage lighter. It was really cool. A big, big 1920s, '30s lighter. It's like the size of a shoebox."
Of course, not everybody gets to keep what they want from a show, as the devilish Tom Ellis sadly recounted in an interview, mournful that he didn't get to keep Lucifer's car. While not everyone needs to hang onto a prop for emotional or sentimental reasons, for Lauren German, an extra-large lighter is just the thing to spark memories of her time on the show.