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Reverend Daniels

Reverend Daniels
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Christian †
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Lettie Mae Daniels - Wife

Tara Thornton - Step-daughter †
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Reverend Daniels is a preacher on the HBO original series True Blood. Played by American guest starring actor Gregg Daniel, Reverend Daniels makes his debut on the episode "Bad Blood" in the series' third season. The pastor of the church in the small town of Bon Temps, Louisiana, Reverend Daniels plays a recurring role through the series' third, fourth, sixth, and seventh seasons. The Reverend marries Lettie Mae Daniels in the Season 4 episode "Me and the Devil", and was last seen in the series' finale episode, "Thank You" in the series' seventh, and final, season.



Reverend Daniels is a preacher living in the small town of Bon Temps, Louisiana. He currently preaches at the Bon Temps church.

Season 3[]

"Bad Blood"[]

Reverend Daniels is called by Lettie Mae to help Tara through Eggs' death. Lettie Mae however, seems more occupied with him, than helping her own daughter.("Bad Blood")

"Evil is Going On"[]

At the end of Season 3, Tara discovers her mother having an affair with Reverend Daniels; however Tara decides to give her blessing.("Evil is Going On")

Season 4[]

"Me and the Devil"[]

We learn the Reverend Daniels and Lettie Mae have married. Presumably he has divorced his wife for her.("Me and the Devil")

Season 6[]


Reverend Daniels appears in the final episode when he hosts a Bon Temps community gathering in his church. He joins in Sam's plan to pair vampire residents with humans as a mutual deal. Vampires will have a source of food while humans will receive protection from the marauding infected vampires that have threatened and possibly slaughtered little communities all over the world.("Radioactive")

Season 7[]

"Jesus Gonna Be Here"[]

Reverend Daniels helps Willa Burrell find a place under his church after she helped Lettie Mae heal. He later holds a memorial service for the people who lost their lives during the vampire attack.("Jesus Gonna Be Here")

Casting Call[]

Male, African American. The pastor at Lettie Mae’s church, he tries to offer comfort to Tara, and suggests that all her hardships are part of God’s plan to bring her back to her mother. He’s a bit uncomfortable when Lettie Mae’s hug goes on too long…GUEST STAR


Season three appearances
"Bad Blood" "Beautifully Broken" "It Hurts Me Too" "9 Crimes"
"Trouble" "I Got a Right to Sing the Blues" "Hitting the Ground" "Night on the Sun"
"Everything Is Broken" "I Smell a Rat" "Fresh Blood" "Evil is Going On"
Season four appearances
"She's Not There" "You Smell Like Dinner" "If You Love Me, Why Am I Dyin'?" "I'm Alive and on Fire"
"Me and the Devil" "I Wish I Was the Moon" "Cold Grey Light of Dawn" "Spellbound"
"Let's Get Out of Here" "Burning Down the House" "Soul of Fire" "And When I Die"
Season six appearances
"Who Are You, Really?" "The Sun" "You're No Good" "At Last"
"F**k the Pain Away" "Don't You Feel Me" "In the Evening" "Dead Meat"
"Life Matters" "Radioactive"
Season seven appearances
"Jesus Gonna Be Here" "I Found You" "Fire in the Hole" "Death is Not the End"
"Lost Cause" "Karma" "May be the Last Time" "Almost home"
"Love is to Die" "Thank You"