International model, TV personality and actor, Adam Sabbagh has joined the hit show “THE BAY: the Series” as ‘Dr. Kevin Hourani,’ the sexy new doctor in town.
However, there is more to this doctor than good looks and charm, he has a dark side; a man with secrets who will stop at nothing to keep his skeletons in the closet.
The show now in its’ second season, has an all star cast including: Mary Beth Evans, best known for her role as ‘Kayla’ on the hit show “Days of Our Lives,” Emmy award winning actor Charles Shaughnessy (“Days of Our Lives,” “The Nanny”), Kristos Andrews (two-time Guinness World Record holder and X Games skateboard champion), and Matthew Ashford (best known for his role as Jack Deveraux on “Days of Our Lives”).
Sabbagh states, “I am very excited to be working with such incredible talent. I am looking forward to working with each and every one of them, and I am sure I will learn a lot from such veterans as Mary Beth Evans and Charles Shaughnessy.”
Filled with sex, lies, and the scandals that come with them, “THE BAY: the Series” is a drama created by Film Director/Producer Gregori J. Martin.
“THE BAY” follows the life of wealthy socialite Sara Garrett (Mary Beth Evans), her family, and the people around them who share in the tangled web spun by ill-fated choices and unending deception.
Obsessions take dangerous turns as the Garrets’ and their fellow Bay City residents struggle to find contentment, as well as answers to questions better left unasked.
Adam Sabbagh, hails from Lebanon, where his career took off in 2008 after he won two distinct titles in the modeling world –“Mr. Arab” and “Mr. Lebanon Manhunt International.”
Sabbagh ( pictured above) currently stars in the upcoming film “Mansion of Blood,” with Gary Busey and Robert Picardo; as well, he is set to join the cast of the TV comedy “Venice Heat” and the feature Film “RAMPAGE.” Sabbagh informed today, Oct. 29.
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