Kevin Sheehan

Biography: Kevin Francis Sheehan, he is the most mysterious out of the group. What do we know about him other than the obvious?

He's a modern day, American Billy Elliot with big dreams. His friends seem to take the red-headed step-child curse too far by torturing him (i.e., Shetherball, making him the flag in water balloon golf, ect). Kevin wants things his way and will throw tantrums if necessary. Despite his absence from the opening credits and missing bio on The Brendan Leonard Show's official site, Kevin has become a favorite among the fans. With his ability to tell such amusing stories such as the one about an African Dining Squirrel with amazing seriousness, Kevin Sheehan has many talents. He is one-half of the dancing duo, Team Fresh, he has the same passion as Ryan does--which is, of course, dancing on Brendan's front lawn, not caring who may be driving by or watching. He also earns many laughs from the viewers as he occasionally flips out in a variety of situations--from
Kevin Francis Sheehan, he is the most mysterious out of the group. What do we know about him other than the obvious?

He's a modern day, American Billy Elliot with big dreams. His friends seem to take the red-headed step-child curse too far by torturing him (i.e., Shetherball, making him the flag in water balloon golf, ect). Kevin wants things his way and will throw tantrums if necessary. Despite his absence from the opening credits and missing bio on The Brendan Leonard Show's official site, Kevin has become a favorite among the fans. With his ability to tell such amusing stories such as the one about an African Dining Squirrel with amazing seriousness, Kevin Sheehan has many talents.
He is one-half of the dancing duo, Team Fresh, he has the same passion as Ryan does--which is, of course, dancing on Brendan's front lawn, not caring who may be driving by or watching. He also earns many laughs from the viewers as he occasionally flips out in a variety of situations--from discussing Murphy's Law to taking a trust-walk-gone-awry with fellow friends (or camp bullies) Ryan Turner and Kevin Carlson.
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