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He was born and raised in Las Vegas. Danny is a former U. Marine, with guerrilla training and counterintelligence training. He is recalled into military service in Iraq at the end of season one. In season two, he is awarded the Silver Star after he calls in an air strike over his unit and himself when they are ambushed and overrun. Only he survives the air strike. Danny and Mary have known each other since childhood, and have had a confusing on-and-off relationship. Danny proposes to Mary, but Mary calls off the engagement because she feels that Danny had a lot of things to sort out for himself.
He ultimately begins living with his girlfriend, Delinda, who is pregnant with their first child. He starts as head of security and surveillance, but is promoted at the end of the eighth episode, when Gavin Brunson James McDaniel takes over the Montecito.
He is portrayed as a loving husband and father, as well as a father figure to his employees, especially Danny. Nevertheless, he is a tough man and does not hesitate to use violence to get what he wants. During season three, Ed is briefly in retirement until the Maloofs try to hire him for their potential casino in Macau. Eventually, Ed returns to his position when Casey Manning buys the casino. Ed returns to work for the CIA and is stationed in Paris. He makes the point of not being called Mr.
Ed, Edward, or Eddie the only exceptions to this are for his mother, who calls him Edward, and his wife, who calls him Eddie. However, in response, Ed says he "never saw" the movie, and indicates no interest in doing so. Mike Cannon seasons 1—5 [ edit ] Mike Cannon James Lesure is an engineer, with both undergraduate and graduate degrees from MIT in mechanical engineering.
He stays on as security personnel despite being paid less than his job as a valet. He is cured of his claustrophobia at the end of season one. Originally, in the pilot episode, Mike has a wife and daughter; this plot line is seemingly abandoned thereafter.
Mike and Nessa become close in season two, until Nessa leaves to be with her dad and sister, without saying goodbye. In Season 5, when Danny accepts the job as President of Operations for the Casino, Mike is promoted to head of security and surveillance.
Mike and Piper are married in the series cliffhanger. Whenever approaching a beautiful girl, he first uses breath spray. Some discrepancy exists over whether Mike is a local or not.
The initial season, he is stated to be a local who moved back as evidenced in "Decks and Violence" through his conversations. She lives in a Montecito suite, and is portrayed as a ruthless businessperson whose sole interest is to get high rollers to play at the Montecito. However, in the season-four episode, "The Burning Bedouin", she reveals that she is only "cold and jaded because everyone expects it of her", and "underneath it all, she is weak and pathetic like everyone else.
She is also involved in an on-and-off relationship with Det. Woody Hoyt from Crossing Jordan , which ends officially based on the events from season-four episode, "History of Violins". From "The Burning Bedouin", she is seen to be currently in love with and waiting for Jeremy, who fell into a year coma after falling off a stool at a slot machine; he is the man who first brought her to Las Vegas from Austin, Texas.
Following the death of her ex-husband Casey in a freak fishing accident he is later revealed to have been poisoned , Sam is left control of the casino. She becomes the latest former owner of the Montecito after failing to pay the back taxes owed on the property. Her ownership of the Montecito lasts for a week, when A. Cooper buys the Montecito by paying off the back taxes. After Delinda intervenes, Sam and Cooper work things out over a milkshake, bowling, beers, and cigars, and Cooper agrees to rehire Sam.
Sam is originally from Texas and enjoys playing bingo. At the end of the show, Sam and Vic are said to plan to get married. When asked why Sam wants to marry Vic — she always stated she did not have feelings for him, though he loved her — she says it is because Vic understands her and will not try to change her; plus, he reminds her of Casey.
Delinda has also been shown to be fluent in French, in the season-four episode, "The Burning Bedouin". Delinda leaves the Montecito in the beginning of season three, until Monica forces Ed to hire her back.
They are "involved" briefly for the first episodes of season one before calling it off. During season three, an old college flame returns and asks Delinda to marry him. She accepts, but before the ceremony, Ed is shot. At the end of the season-five finale, Delinda becomes overwhelmed with pain after just learning that A.
Cooper is alive; he was supposedly killed in a plane crash. Jillian is with her, and Delinda begins bleeding. Mary Connell seasons 1—4 [ edit ] Mary Connell Nikki Cox is the special events director at the casino. A Las Vegas native, her father sexually abused her when she was a child, and Danny always came to her rescue. In season three, Mary is rehired and promoted to hotel manager.
In season four, she helps her stepmother and half sisters testify against her father — a case which is lost because of his connections. In the episode "Bare Chested in the Park", she is shown purchasing a revolver to shoot her father in the season-four finale. She is involved in a relationship with Danny, who proposes to her in season two — she accepts, then later calls off the engagement. Her father was a well-known gambler, cheater, and con artist, who was forcefully recruited into the CIA and faked his death.
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Nessa was raised by Ed and Jillian for some years, and is referred to as a sister to Delinda. At the opening of season three, Nessa is explained to have left Las Vegas and been given a new identity to be able to live with her father and long-lost sister. Nessa fails to say goodbye to Mike, although they were getting closer to a relationship. Cooper season 5 [ edit ] A. Cooper Tom Selleck is the new owner of the Montecito as of He is a former Marine and cattle rancher from Wyoming who stirs things up at the casino.
On his first day, he allows an oncologist to avoid jail for cheating the Montecito by making him lose his winnings and promise not to return to Las Vegas again. He was a Marine who served in the Battle of Khe Sanh, a day siege in which outnumbered Marines fought off and killed between 10 and 15 thousand NVA regulars as told by Danny in the episode.
Cooper also owns condominiums in Florida, the largest paper mill in Wisconsin , the largest cattle ranch in Wyoming , and a high-tech company in California. In the season-five finale, Cooper tells the Montecito workers he must go to New York and take care of some lawsuits filed against him by Vic Manning. The news reports say only one of the pilots survived. At the last moments of the show, Cooper arrives at the service and appears to be fine.
Recurring cast and characters[ edit ] Piper Nielsen season 5 [ edit ] Piper Nielsen Camille Guaty , the newest concierge of the Montecito, is introduced in season five. She frequently socializes with both Sam and Delinda.
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In the episode "The Glass is Always Cleaner", she is arrested at a rave party with Sam and has to be bailed out by Mike. In her first episode, she states she is just 22 years old, but later slips and says she is He died sometime after Vietnam.
Before he died, Cooper promised him that he would keep an eye on Piper. Mike and Piper were married in season five. Mitch Sassen seasons 1—5 [ edit ] Mitch Sassen Mitch Longley , a regular member of the surveillance team, and like the actor who plays him, is paraplegic and uses a wheelchair.
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Mitch has a recurring role from season one through season five. Sam once gave Ed a full body massage from Polly for Christmas, in which Polly attempted to give Ed a "happy ending". He was also a former Marine whose unit was recalled for service in Iraq. In the episode "One Nation, Under Surveillance", he asks Danny about his experience in the war and what to expect. Luis dies the first week sent in the war, and in the episode "Letter, Lawyers and Loose Women", a funeral is held in his honor with Ed and everyone attending, and he is discovered to have a child whose existence was unknown to him.
If any legal issues arise, Kathy is the first person whom everyone asks. Kathy helps Ed, Cooper, and Danny with many of their problems over the course of the show. In the season-four finale, Jillian said she would leave Ed if he decided to purchase the Montecito. She leaves Ed after they move away under sketchy circumstances.
She is awaiting her first grandchild, via Delinda and her fiance Danny McCoy.
Monica Mancuso season 3 [ edit ] Monica Mancuso Lara Flynn Boyle , former owner of the Montecito, is portrayed as self-centered and bull-headed. In the first episode of season three, at age 25, she is revealed to have married an year-old billionaire. Upon his death at age 93, she inherited his fortune and used it to purchase the Montecito and upgrade it. She was a waitress in the morning and a stripper at night before she married the billionaire in Ohio. She later used the casino as collateral to try to purchase other casinos in Las Vegas.
Dedicated to proving that she is more than just a woman who inherited money, she is determined to make the Montecito a success. In the season-three episode "Mothwoman", she dies in a freak accident: Because her character was generally disliked by the other characters in the series, and typically was portrayed as a buffoon, her death was constructed mostly for humor.
In the season-four4 episode "Bare Chested in the Park", his character is killed off in a fishing accident: The autopsy reveals that he was poisoned before the accident. He leaves the Montecito to Sam, who faces tax problems he left. Gunther eventually quits after losing a cook-off to Puck; he sells his restaurant to Charo. Believed to be a parody of Wolfgang Puck, his disposal by means of a cook-off is arranged when the show was able to sign on the real Wolfgang Puck, who plays himself in the series.