Kevin Dwight Daniels Jr., is an American actor who started his career with a supporting role in the 1998 film Twelfth Night, or What You Will by director Nicholas Hytner. He has appeared in the film Hollywood Homicide, as well as the TV series Law & Order, Frasier, Chuck, House and Modern Family, the latter in the recurring role of Longinus in the episodes "Dance Dance Revelation", "Boys' Night", "Go Bullfrogs!" & "Snip". He has since participated in more than 20 productions. He is best known for playing Don Miller, a firefighter/EMT for the Baltimore city fire department in the movie Ladder 49 and the USA show Sirens where he played Hank St. Clare, a Chicago EMT. He is starring in the 2012 Broadway play Magic/Bird playing the lead role of Magic Johnson. Daniels attended the Juilliard School as a member of the Drama Division's Group 27.
|Born:||Kevin Dwight Daniels Jr, (age), San Diego, California, U.S.|
|Education:||Juilliard School (BFA)|
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About Kevin Daniels
Perhaps most well known for his recurring role as Longinus on the ABC series Modern Family, Daniels is also notable for his portrayal of Hank in over twenty episodes of the USA Network comedy series Sirens.
Before launching his television acting career with appearances in episodes of Daria (as a voice actor) and Mad About You, he trained at the Juilliard School in New York City.
He portrayed NBA star Magic Johnson in the 2012 Broadway production of Magic/Bird.
A native of San Diego, California, he later lived and worked in New York and Los Angeles.
He appeared with Joaquin Phoenix in the 2004 feature film Ladder 49.
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