Derek Kane

Derek Kane is a fictional canon character of Gaimen City


''He'd often been mocked by his fellow males for not enjoying a good ol' trip to the local strip joint, though the jabs had mostly been insinuating that he was afraid of naked women rather than any comment on his sexuality, which was probably for the best because he figured that knocking someone's front teeth out over this issue was a waste of energy. The real reason why Derek didn't like this place, or any other strip club for that matter, was because it bothered him to see these women up there, being subjected to the attention of the slobbering male spectators like that. And most of these girls, for that was what he saw when he looked at them, girls, not women, couldn't have been any older than his baby sisters. It unnerved him, and he couldn't wrap his head around the idea. How these guys here could just forget all about their own sisters, or cousins, or daughters or whatever and gawk at these girls like this was beyond him.

  • name: Derek Kane
  • nickname(s): DK, Deke
  • affiliation: Treymaine
  • residence: Apt. 1-505, 24 Gideon St
  • gender: Male
  • born: 1977, July 29th
  • parents: Allan Delaney (father), Deborah Kane (mother)
  • siblings: Ashleigh Hart (sister), Nora Kane (sister)
  • romances: Cassandra de Winter (attraction), Eleanor Haley (tentative)
  • children: None
  • occupation: spy for the Treymaines; has infiltrated the de Winters
  • portrayal: Shemar Moore
  • canon / original: canon
  • played by: Courtney

Early History

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Gaimen City

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Love Life

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Spies de Winter Affiliates Treymaine Affiliates Characters by Courtney

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