Suddenly, ‘The Resident” Actor leaves the Show


The ResidentAnother cast member has been laid off. Miles Fowler was a Fox medical drama star for Season 5. He isn’t returning for Season 6. His final episode aired in March 29.

Fowler was the star of Trevor Daniels (the son of Billie Sutton) and Jessica Lucas. Trevor joined Christian Memorial as an intern and started studying to be an esthesiologist during the three year time jump. According to the character, he was described as “hot-headed and passionate”An “edge and a belief that the health care system is screwed up. He’s also a genius, though perhaps just a misguided one for now.”

Billie was surprised when Trevor told her that he would be leaving his job as a doctor in order to start a biotech company. Trevor was 13 when he learned that his mother had sexually assaulted him. Fowler’s representative said TV Line He signed a one year contract. The Resident. Fox didn’t comment.

The Resident It was started in January 2018 by Amy Holden Jones, Hayley Score, and Roshan Setti. The show, like all medical dramas, has seen many cast changes over its five seasons. The stars remaining from the original season are Manish Daya and Bruce Greenwood as well as Malcolm-Jamal Warner (and Glenn Morshower).

Emily VanCamp played Nic Nevin, a nurse practitioner. She surprisingly announced plans to leave the show before Season 5 began, even though Nic and Czuchry’s Conrad Hawkins married in Season 4. Nic was killed in a car accident that left her with a brain injury.

VanCamp told the story later Deadline Iris, her first child, influenced her decision to move. “We started talking about [my leaving] a while ago. I spent so many years on network television, but then suddenly priorities shifted,”VanCamp stated that VanCamp would announce this in October 2021. “I think there comes a moment in every woman’s life – in every person’s life – where it becomes less about work and more about family, and that’s what happened while I was making the show. Doing that many episodes in a different city and then you add Covid to that, most of us couldn’t see our families for almost a year. It really solidified for me that family is where my heart is at the moment.”