Arielle Kebbel talked about her fun times on the set of hit series “9-1-1,” as well as her character’s journey and love triangle. Kebbel also touched on her love for horses and the difference she is trying to make with the Sky Dog Sanctuary. A new episode of “9-1-1” airs Monday on FOX. For more […]
[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for 9-1-1 Season 5, Episode 14 “Dumb Luck.”]. It’s pure luck that firefighter Lucy Donato (Arielle Kebbel) is able to catch a woman falling past a window in the latest 9-1-1 episode — and that woman later saves the victim on another of the 118’s calls.
The newest firefighting cast member of “9-1-1” faced some very personal fears when she joined the hit Fox series about first responders. “I’ve been terrified of fire my entire life. Yes, I did sign onto this job. But, my house burned down as a kid,” Arielle Kebbel, 37, told The Post, adding that she was around 4 years old at the time.
For five seasons, 9-1-1 viewers have seen Los Angeles firefighter Evan “Buck” Buckley, go through some changes: from borderline sex addict to one-woman man, for example. But recklessness in pursuit of a save has remained a signal characteristic for Buck (played by Oliver Stark). Obviously, all of Buck’s firefighter colleagues are also brave and have faced danger in the course of doing their jobs, but if someone needs to volunteer to risk his life, or ignore direct instructions from superiors on the scene, that someone is going to be Buck, rescuing a stranger now and accepting disciplinary consequences for it later.
There are two things 9-1-1 fans can be sure of with the show's latest addition: firefighter Lucy Donato is a force to be reckoned with, and actress Arielle Kebbel loves puns. "She's a firecracker. See what I did there? I love her," Kebbel says of her latest character, a daredevil first responder who joined the 118 at the end of Monday's episode. A replacement for Ryan Guzman's Eddie, who left his position in the Fox drama's winter finale, Lucy made her 9-1-1 debut with a high-stress highway rescue that evoked a certain Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock movie (not The Lake House) — and a kiss with Oliver Stark's Buck.
Arielle Kebbel is set for a major recurring role opposite Oliver Stark in Fox drama series 9-1-1. Kebbel will play Lucy Donato, an LAFD Firefighter working at rival firehouse 147, but joins together with the 118 for a daring rescue. Lucy is super confident, fearless and is as quick at making life or death decisions as she is at speaking her mind. In many ways she is a daredevil counterpart to the 118’s Evan ‘Buck’ Buckley (Stark). Kebbel’s character will be introduced in the series’ spring premiere on Monday, March 21 at 8 PM. Created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Tim Minear,...
9-1-1 has added Arielle Kebbel to the cast. Here are the details on her character, and where you may have seen her before:. Kebbel is set for a recurring role alongside Oliver Stark on the hit show. According to Deadline, she’ll play LAFD Firefighter Lucy Donato. Donato works at rival firehouse 147, but she helps the 118 during a huge rescue mission. And it looks like after that rescue mission, Kebbel’s character is going to stick around for a while.
Hold onto your firefighting gear! There’s a new firefighter in town! When FOX’s hit drama, 9-1-1, returns on Monday, March 21st, Arielle Kebbel will be joining the cast as a major recurring character. According to Deadline, “Kebbel will play Lucy Donato, an LAFD Firefighter working at rival firehouse...
Former Midnight, Texas resident Arielle Kebbel has been dialed up by Fox’s 9-1-1. According to our sister site Deadline, Kebbel will fill the major recurring role of Lucy Donato, an LAFD Firefighter who works at rival Firehouse 147. Described as “super confident, fearless and is as quick at making life or death decisions as she is at speaking her mind,” Lucy is likened to being the 147’s daredevil version of Oliver Stark’s Buck. Lucy will be introduced in 9-1-1‘s spring premiere, airing Monday, March 21 at 8/7c (where it will again lead into offshoot 9-1-1: Lone Star), when the 147 joins the 118 for a daring rescue. Kebbel’s many previous TV credits also include Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector, Ballers, The Vampire Diaries,90210, Life UnExpected and Gilmore Girls. Want more scoop on 9-1-1, or for any other show? Email InsideLine@tvline.com and your question may be answered via Matt’s Inside Line.
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