Kevin Daniels Lands Role on USA’s ‘Sirens’ Pilot

Kevin Daniels

Kevin Daniels

Kevin Daniels has been cast as a co-lead in Denis Leary‘s comedy pilot Sirens.

According to Deadline, Sirens follows “three of Chicago’s best EMTs — Johnny (Michael Mosley), Hank (Daniels) and Brian (Kevin Bigley) — whose sometimes self-loathing, other times narcissistic, and always downright self-destructive personalities make them unqualified for sustaining relationships, friendships and most occupations. They are, however, uniquely qualified for saving anyone unlucky enough to wind up in their ambulance.”

Daniels’ character, according to a casting breakdown, is described as “handsome, erudite, sarcastic, a real guy’s guy who lives for the Cubs, Bulls, and Bears, and works as a paramedic in Chicago with his best friend, Johnny.” The breakdown also gives more insight into the plot of the show: “Hank and Johnny bicker like brothers but they’re also as close as brothers. Hank forbids Johnny from getting back together with his ex, Theresa, claiming they’ll wind up killing each other and that’ll prevent Johnny from attending the Cubs season opener. Hank enjoys hazing the rookie, Brian, on Brian’s first day of work”

Daniels’ television credits include “Smallville,” “Castle” and “Modern Family.”

Sirens begins production later this month in Chicago.


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