Las Vegas Premieres Monday, September 22, 2003 on NBC
As previously reported at Soapdom.com, two popular and talented (both have Daytime Emmys) former soap opera actors from ABC Daytime have found a new home on NBC primetime in the upcoming Monday night series, "Las Vegas." The actors in question are Josh Duhamel (ex Leo, AMC) and Vanessa Marcil (ex Brenda, GH) and Soapdom has a first look at their new show, their characters and their show photos! Pictured above are James Leisure as Mike Cannon, Molly Simms as Delinda Deline, Josh Duhamel as Danny McCoy, James Caan as Big Ed Deline, Marsha Thomason as Nessa Holt, Nikki Cox as Mary Connell and Vanessa Marcil as Sam Jane in "Las Vegas." Photo: Chris Haston/Dave Bjerke for NBC.
Las Vegas premiers Monday, September 22, 2003 at 10 PM on NBC.
About the Show
From Gary Scott Thompson -- the writer of the hit film “The Fast and the Furious” -- comes this fast-paced, sexy drama, which follows the elite Las Vegas surveillance team charged with maintaining the security of one of “Sin City’s” largest resorts and casinos.
Oscar and Golden Globe Award nominee James Caan (“The Godfather,” “Misery”) stars as Big Ed Deline, the head of the surveillance team for the Montecito Resort & Casino. With his protégé, Danny McCoy (Josh Duhamel, “All My Children”) an ex-U.S. Marine and Las Vegas native, they deal with card-counting cheaters, costly streaks of random luck and rival casinos stealing their big-money players.
If the typical job-related pressures weren’t enough, Big Ed recently found Danny in bed with his only daughter, Delinda (Molly Sims, MTV’s “House of Style”).
Rounding out this cast of high rollers is Danny McCoy’s longtime, savvy friend -- and soon to be director of special events -- Mary Connell (Nikki Cox, “Nikki”), the all-knowing valet Mike Cannon (James Lesure, “For Your Love”), sleek pit boss Nessa Holt a.k.a. “The Ice Queen” (Marsha Thomason, “Black Knight”) and elusive former competitor Samantha “Sam” Jane (Vanessa Marcil, “Beverly Hills, 90210”).
Thompson also serves as executive producer along with Gardner Stern (NBC’s “Law & Order,” “NYPD Blue”), Scott Steindorff (“The Human Stain”), Justin Falvey (“Undeclared”) and Darryl Frank (“Taken”). Michael Watkins (NBC’s “American Dreams,” “Boomtown”) is co-executive producer and director for this series from NBC Studios and DreamWorks Television.
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