The Pulse of Entertainment: Michele
Weaver Takes on New Role on NBC in ‘Council of Dads' Drama
(April 21, 2020) - "She's a young ambitious dreamer," Michele
Weaver (Nighthawk) said of her new role as Luly in the new NBC drama "Council of Dads." "She was encouraged
to go to New York...to accomplish her dream when she finds out her dad is ill. So she navigates that to
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The "Council of Dads"
drama series is based on a book, "The Council of Dads," by Bruce Feiler. It
also stars Tom Everett Scott ("Southland"), Emjay Anthony, Sarah Wayne Callies,
Blue Chapman, Steven Silver, Clive Standen, Michael O'Neill, Thaila Tran, and J. August Richards (Marvel's "Agents
Scott Perry (Everett Scott) is told by his physician
Dr. Oliver Post (J. August Richards) that he has cancer and not long to live. Perry enlists
Dr. Post and two others - Anthony (Clive Standen) and Larry (Michael O'Neill) - to fill
in for him as dad to his four youngest kids when he passes. So "Council of Dads" is about how
the three of them are there for his wife Robin (Sarah Wayne Callies) and their children -Theo (Emjay Anthony),
Charlotte (Thaila Tran), JJ (Blue Chapman) and Hope (a newborn).
if there were any similarities in her and her new character Luly, who is from a previous
marriage, Michele said, "Doing what you have to do and not what you want to do -
I can completely relate to that."
Weaver, who received a Theatre of the Arts Scholarship, film credits,
aside from the film Nighthawk, includes Illicit with Vivica A. Fox, Sister Code with Amber
Rose, Drew Sidora and Eva Marcille, and Superpowers. Television credits include "Switched
at Birth" and "2 Lava 2 Lantula".
The drama, "Council
of Dads," premiered with ratings at almost four million viewers. That is pretty good when you compare
it to the premiere viewer ratings for "Black-ish" at 2.50 million and "For Life"
starring 50 Cent at 3 million. www.NBC.com/Council-Of-Dads