GENE SIMMONS: 'Third Watch' Appearance Schedule Announced

KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons will appear in two episodes of the NBC television drama "Third Watch" during May sweeps, the network revealed Friday (April 23).

Simmons, who has occasionally played himself in different television shows over the years, will play a vengeful mob boss on in the "Higher Calling" episode of "Third Watch" on April 30, along with fellow guest stars Henry Winkler and Kate Jackson. He will then return the following Friday, May 7, in an episode called "Monsters".

According to BigNewsNetwork.com, Gene portrays a drug kingpin whose son, also involved in the family business, is killed during a car chase with Bosco, played by Jason Wiles, and Yokas, played by Molly Price.

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