Actor Sean Kanan is Emmy-worthy for his acting work in “The Bold and The Beautiful” on CBS. #Powerjournalist has the recap.
Kanan has been killing it as Deacon Sharpe ever since his character returned to Los Angeles. It is neat watching Deacon foster his relationship with his daughter Hope (Annika Noelle), and trying to rekindle with Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang), as well as hooking up with the devious Sheila Carter (Kimberlin Brown).
One thing is for certain… In his portrayal of Deacon, Sean Kanan makes bad look so good, and most importantly, he is able to find the humanity and depth in his nefarious character (he really does have a heart even though only a few people could see it). He is quick wit, clever, and he brings irony to the show. Sean Kanan is the epitome of the quintessential “Supporting Actor” in a daytime drama, and he goes above and beyond that description.
Hopefully, there will be a lot more where that came from on “The Bold and The Beautiful.” Previously, Sean Kanan won the Daytime Emmy Award for “Outstanding Limited Series” for “Studio City,” and now, he deserves to finally get his due with his acting abilities.