Cast Bios

Eoin Macken

Eoin Macken

as TC Callahan

Eoin Macken plays Dr. TC Callahan on the NBC medical drama "The Night Shift."

An Army doctor who has recently returned from Afghanistan and uses unorthodox methods to save lives, Callahan's brash style does not always sit well with the bosses, but he is a brilliant surgeon and a fearless advocate for his patients.

Macken recently wrapped shooting for a starring role on National Geographic Channel's upcoming event series "Killing Jesus," based on the book by Bill O'Reilly. He has also published his first novel, "Kingdom of Scars," a coming-of-age tale about a young boy growing up in Ireland.

Perhaps best known for his work on the BBC One series "Merlin," Macken starred as the swashbuckling hero Gwaine. Also for television, he starred on the Irish series "Raw" and "Fair City" as well as Masterpiece Theater's telefilm "Small Island." In addition, he enjoyed a recurring role on the Showtime series "The Tudors."

On the big screen, Macken's acting credits include "Centurion," with Michael Fassbender; Dominic West and Lee Cronin's "Through the Night;" as well as Andrew Hull's "Siren" and Mike Figgis' "Suspension of Disbelief."

A prolific filmmaker, Macken recently completed production of the feature "Leopard," on which he served as writer and director in addition to starring opposite Jack Reynor and Tom Hopper.

Macken wrote and edited his debut feature, "Christian Blake," which played at the Mid Ulster Film Festival and the 2008 Galway Film Fleadh and was released in May 2009. In 2008, Macken directed, wrote, edited and acted in his second film, "Dreaming for You," which was selected for the Los Angeles Short Film Festival and for the 2009 Galway Film Fleadh.

In 2009, Macken directed an hour-long documentary on the Irish fashion industry, "The Fashion of Modeling," which screened on RTE 2.

Jill Flint

Jill Flint

As Jordan Alexander

Jill Flint plays Jordan Alexander on Global's new medical drama "The Night Shift."

Smart and passionate, Jordan is a brilliant doctor who has been recently promoted with a mandate to bring order to the emergency room. She finds that her regimented working style conflicts with the chaotic style of fellow E.R. doctor TC, who also happens to be her ex-boyfriend.

Flint is possibly best known for her role as Jill Casey on the hit original series "Royal Pains."

Flint's film credits include "Cadillac Records," with Adrien Brody, "The Women," with Annette Benning, and "How I Got Lost," with Rosemarie DeWitt. Additional film credits include "On Broadway," "Garden State," and "Fake." She also appeared in "The Amazing Spider-Man," opposite Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone.

In addition to recurring as a guest star on "The Good Wife," Flint has appeared as a recurring guest star on "Gossip Girl," "Nurse Jackie," "Mercy," "Six Degrees," "CSI: Miami," "Conviction" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent."

Ken Leung

Ken Leung

As Topher

Ken Leung plays Topher on Global's new medical drama "The Night Shift."

Topher is a quick-witted free spirit who knows how to manipulate the system in his favor. He will do whatever it takes to save a patient's life... and keep his best friend TC out of trouble.

A busy actor who has portrayed several memorable characters, Leung is probably best known for his roles on "Lost" and "The Sopranos." He has also starred in the films "Rush Hour," "Keeping the Faith" and "Sucker Free City."

A native New Yorker, Leung appeared in numerous plays in the 1990s, including Jeff Weiss' cult serial "Hot Keys," Terrence McNally's passion play "Corpus Christi" and as Buckingham opposite Austin Pendleton's "Richard III."

Robert Bailey Jr.

Robert Bailey Jr.

As Paul

Robert Bailey Jr. plays Paul on Global's medical drama "The Night Shift."

Still learning the ropes, Paul tries a little too hard to fit in and, although he excelled in medical school, he is still adjusting to the rigors of life as a surgical resident.

Born in Minneapolis, Bailey was just three years old when Family Circle magazine came to his school looking for children for an advertising campaign. Bailey landed the job out of hundreds of others and by age six, he knew he wanted to be an actor.

Bailey's film credits include M. Night Shyamalan's "The Happening," starring Mark Wahlberg; "Coraline," with Dakota Fanning; "To Save a Life;" "Dragonfly," starring Kevin Costner and Kathy Bates; and "Mission to Mars."

Bailey played the lead role in Hallmark Hall of Fame's "Little John," and has enjoyed starring roles in the TV documentaries "Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of 'Diff'rent Strokes" and VH1's "Too Legit: The MC Hammer Story."

On television, Bailey had recurring roles on "The Parent 'Hood," "Diagnosis Murder" and "Becker," the latter of which garnered him a Young Artist Award. Bailey was also a series regular on "Wanda at Large" and had guest-starring roles on "E.R.," "The Practice," "Touched by an Angel," "CSI: Miami," and "Memphis Beat."

Brendan Fehr

Brendan Fehr

As Drew

Brendan Fehr plays Drew on Global's new medical drama "The Night Shift."

A former Army medic turned doctor, Drew is proud to be part of the often-ridiculed night shift and engages in mixed martial arts as a way to reduce stress that comes with the job.

Fehr has quickly emerged as one of Hollywood's most versatile talents. With his performance on the popular cult television series "Roswell," portraying quiet and complicated alien Michael Guerin, Fehr gained a loyal fan base.

Following that series, he was cast as the co-lead on ABC Family's television series "Samurai Girl." Fehr played Jake Stanton, a martial arts expert who teaches the daughter of a rich Japanese businessman how to protect herself when she sets out to avenge her brother's death.

He continued his work with ABC Family, starring in the feature "Cutting Edge 4: Fire and Ice." Additional television credits include "Millennium," "CSI: Miami" and "Nikita," as well as a recurring role on "Bones" as David Boreanaz's younger brother.

Fehr's feature credits include "The Long Weekend," opposite Chris Klein; "Final Destination, Child Star," with Jennifer Jason Leigh; "Biker Boyz," in which he starred alongside Laurence Fishburne; "The Fifth Patient," opposite Peter Bogdanovich and Marley Shelton; and Fox's "X-Men: First Class."

JR Lemon

JR Lemon

As Kenny

JR Lemon plays Kenny on the Global medical drama "The Night Shift."
As a male nurse, Kenny keeps the doctors focused on the tasks at hand and is always at the ready. He works hard to ensure that patients get the care they need, even if it means he has to break a few rules.

Lemon was born and raised in Atlanta. A Stanford University graduate with a bachelor of science degree in management science and engineering, Lemon was signed as a running back by the Oakland Raiders after finishing college.

After being released from the Raiders, he relocated to Southern California with the intention of continuing his football training. Little did he know at the time, but that move exposed him to a life in the entertainment industry. While appearing in numerous national commercial and print campaigns, Lemon honed his craft to pursue an acting career.

Shortly after booking "The Night Shift," Lemon landed a lead role in "Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas," the latest installment in Lionsgate's successful film franchise. He was most recently seen on Global's "Hawaii Five-0."

Lemon also continues to do much of the motion capture on the extremely popular EA Sports video game football series "Madden NFL."

Scott Wolf

Scott Wolf

As Dr. Scott Clemmens

Scott Wolf plays Dr. Scott Clemmens on Global's returning medical drama "The Night Shift."

A skilled surgeon, Clemmens is a recent addition to the San Antonio Memorial team as Head of Trauma Surgery. He challenges hotheaded TC Callahan and navigates the difficulties of working alongside his ex-girlfriend, Jordan Alexander.

Wolf has been a mainstay on television for two decades. His breakout role came on the award-winning drama "Party of Five" as the fan favorite Bailey Salinger, opposite Matthew Fox and Neve Campbell. He also starred on Greg Berlanti's critically acclaimed drama "Everwood," alongside Treat Williams, and then went on to star on two ABC series, "The Nine" and "V," before appearing in a season-long arc on "NCIS" for Global.

Recently, he starred on the TNT drama "Perception," opposite Eric McCormack and Rachael Leigh Cook.

Wolf's diverse screen credits include "Emmett's Mark," opposite Gabriel Byrne; "Go," with Katie Holmes; "The Evening Star," opposite Juliette Lewis and Shirley MacLaine; "White Squall," with Jeff Bridges and Ryan Phillippe; "The Volunteer," opposite Aunjanue Ellis; and the upcoming independent feature "Meet My Valentine," from director Brian Herzlinger.

In addition to his extensive work on screen and TV, Wolf's prestigious stage experience includes the Tony Award-winning Broadway production of "Side Man" and Lincoln Center's production of "Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme." Wolf also spent three seasons acting in the prestigious Williamstown Theatre Festival.

Tanaya Beatty

Tanaya Beatty

As Shannon Rivera

Tanaya Beatty plays feisty emergency room doctor Shannon Rivera on the Global medical drama "The Night Shift."

A recent medical school graduate, Rivera is eager to prove herself, but her spunky, outspoken nature doesn't sit well with everyone.

A rising star, Beatty was cast as the lead female role of Sacagawea on HBO's "Lewis and Clark" miniseries, opposite Casey Affleck. She also recently worked alongside Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche in the feature film "Words and Pictures."

Beatty is probably best known for her supporting role in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" from the hugely popular "Twilight" franchise.

She also had a significant recurring arc on Global's popular "Arctic Air" and recurred on "The 100" and "Continuum."

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