|Air date||July 13th, 2013|
|Writers||Christopher Hollier; Leigh Dana Jackson|
|Director||Robert Duncan McNeill|
|Producers||Vincent Angell; Elizabeth Craft; Sarah Fain; Gina Girolamo; Christopher Hollier; Dennis Kinski; Dave Lifshin; Robert Duncan McNeill; Matt Miller; Leslie Morgenstein; Sonny Postiglione; Mary Rae Thewlis; David Wilcox|
|Starring||Rachael Taylor; Dave Annable; Robert Buckley; Samantha Logan; Mercedes Masohn; Erik Palladino; Helena Mattsson; Vanessa L. Williams; Terry O'Quinn|
"The Elysian Fields"
"Lazarus" is the thirteenth and final episode of the supernatural occult drama series 666 Park Avenue. It was directed by Robert Duncan McNeill with a script written by Christopher Hollier and Leigh Dana Jackson. It first aired on ABC on Sunday, July 13th, 2013 at 10:00 pm.
Cast[edit | edit source]
Principal Cast[edit | edit source]
|Rachael Taylor||Jane Van Veen|
|Dave Annable||Henry Martin|
|Robert Buckley||Brian Leonard|
|Samantha Logan||Nona Clark|
|Mercedes Masohn||Louise Leonard|
|Helena Mattsson||Alexis Blume|
|Vanessa L. Williams||Olivia Doran|
|Terry O'Quinn||Gavin Doran|
Guest Stars[edit | edit source]
|William Sadler||Nate McKenny|
|Richard Joseph Paul||Frank Sullivan|
Co-Stars[edit | edit source]
|Mimi Michaels||Catherine McKenny|
|De'Adre Aziza||TV reporter|
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See also[edit | edit source]
- 666 Park Avenue
- 666 Park Avenue images
- 666 Park Avenue episodes
- 666 Park Avenue characters
- 666 Park Avenue miscellaneous