Hank St. Clare
played by Kevin Daniels
  • Character bio
  • Actor bio

Cultured and crass, Hank (Kevin Daniels) can drop a dissertation on fine French desserts (or the hot male chefs that make them) and in the same breath rip you a new one with a verbal barrage that would make Gordon Ramsey blush.  

As Johnny’s best friend and rig partner, Hank is always there to knock the stupid out of his buddy.  But just because Hank is often the voice of reason doesn’t mean he isn’t just as clueless about love and life as the rest of the guys.  After going through a mini-crisis when he learned his ex, Jeff the Chef, was marrying a guy who could have been cast from the Henry St. Claire mold, Hank decided it was time to get serious about finding someone to spend the rest of his life with.  But as they say, old habits die hard.  And hell, someone on the rig has to be getting laid, right?

Kevin Daniels stars as the all-knowing Chicago EMT Hank St. Clare on USA’s hit comedy series SIRENS.

Daniels can also be seen in the recurring role of Longinus on the hit series “Modern Family.” Other television appearances include: “Justified,” “House,” “Chuck,” “Franklin and Bash,” “Law and Order,” “Frasier,” “Brothers and Sisters,” the telefilm “Their Eyes Were Watching God,” starring Halle Berry as well as the television movie “One Chrismas Eve.” 

His feature film credits include Touchstone Pictures Ladder 49 starring John Travolta and Joaquin Phoenix, Warner Brothers’ And Then Came Love opposite Vanessa Williams. Kevin also appeared in McCanick, directed by Josh Waller starring David Morse and Ciaran Hinds, which premiered at this years Toronto International Film Festival. Other film credits include Kate and Leopold, The Island, and Hollywood Homicide. 

On the stage, Daniels was last seen as legendary football player Jim Brown in the Rogue Machine’s production of “One Night in Miami” nominated for four Ovation awards including Best Acting Ensemble and Best Production. Prior to that he played the title role of Earvin “Magic” Johnson in “Magic/Bird” on Broadway directed by Thomas Kail. 

Daniels graduated from the Juilliard Drama Division and currently resides in Los Angeles.