|Date of birth||March 21, 1971 (his new identity)|
|Also known as||Soldier Boy|
|Profession|| Sheriff of Banshee|
|Relatives||Deva Hopewell (Daughter)|
|Relationships|| Carrie Hopewell (Accomplice/Paramour/Co-parent)|
Sugar Bates (Friend/Accomplice)
Mr. Rabbit (Former employer)
Brock Lotus (Deputy)
Siobhan Kelly (Deputy/Lover)
Emmett Yawners (Deputy, deceased)
|Behind the scenes|
|Portrayed by||Antony Starr (Ex-con)|
|Last episode||"Bullets and Tears"|
The original Lucas Hood had just traveled cross country from Oregon and so was unknown to anyone in Banshee when he died.
The unnamed ex-con started the charade as Lucas Hood to stay in Banshee where his former lover and accomplice Carrie Hopewell is living under another assumed identity, as a home maker. As the new sheriff, he maintains his unorthodox and outlaw values while hunted by a shadowy gangster he betrayed years earlier who also happens to be the father of his paramour.
The original Lucas Hood evidently has a son named Jason.
The unnamed ex-con apparently has a daughter named Deva.
Behind the scenesEdit
|Season 1 appearances|
|Pilot||The Rave||Meet the New Boss||Half Deaf Is Better Than All Dead||The Kindred|
|Wicks||Behold a Pale Rider||We Shall Live Forever||Always the Cowboy||A Mixture of Madness|
|Season 2 appearances|
|Little Fish||The Thunder Man||The Warrior Class||Bloodline||The Truth About Unicorns|
|Armies of One||Ways To Bury a Man||Evil For Evil||Homecoming||Bullets and Tears|