List of Grey’s Anatomy characters part 02



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Main characters

Chiefs of Surgery

Name Actor/actress Starring seasons Recurring seasons Occupation at Grey Sloan (or its predecessors) Job Title
Miranda Bailey Chandra Wilson 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 N/A Chief of Surgery, Attending General Surgeon, Member of the Board M.D., FACS
An attending general surgeon at Seattle Grace hospital, Miranda Bailey initially gives a cold, domineering impression, earning her the nickname "The Nazi". However, her attitude has since softened, and she has developed a maternal demeanor towards the residents in the hospital. She has gone through a divorce, which led her to turn down a fellowship in pediatric surgery. In Season 8, she is dating an anesthesiologist, Ben Warren, who proposes to her and she accepts. Miranda has been given the nickname "BCB" ("Booty Call Bailey"), due to her increasing love for Ben. In Season 9, Miranda and Ben get married. In Season 10, Ben talks to Shepherd about how he suspects that Bailey has OCD. Shepherd takes this to Hunt and Bailey is forced to be followed around by an occupational therapist to help her get control of her OCD. Eventually, Bailey decides to start taking a medication that will help control it. In season 12, Dr. Bailey is named Chief of Surgery.
Owen Hunt Kevin McKidd 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 , 11, 12, 13 5 Chief of Trauma Surgery, Attending Trauma Surgeon, Former Chief of Surgery M.D., FACS
Owen Hunt is the Chief of Surgery at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. Entering the series, he immediately begins a relationship with Cristina Yang. Suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, he has struggled with the horrors he experienced whilst serving with the army in Iraq. He invites a former colleague, Teddy Altman, to work alongside him, a decision which causes some friction between himself and Cristina. In the Season 7 premiere, he marries Cristina. After Webber resigns, he is given the position of Chief of Surgery. He and Cristina experience marital problems after his affair with a woman at a bar. They try to resolve it, but it eventually leads to their divorce. They do not end the relationship until season 9, episode 24, when she decides to let him go. In season 10, he starts a relationship with Emma Marling, an attending at Seattle Presbyterian. They break up and he starts to see Cristina again, but that ends when Cristina moves to Zurich.
Derek Shepherd Patrick Dempsey 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 N/A Chief of Neurosurgery, Attending Neurosurgeon, Director of the Board, Grey Sloan Shareholder, Former Chief of Surgery M.D, FACS
As Chief of Neurosurgery, Derek Shepherd earns the nickname "McDreamy" by the female staff of Seattle Grace. The lead male character, he is known for his complicated love life. He initially moves to Seattle from New York City to get away from his adulterous ex-wife Addison Montgomery, whom he discovered was having an affair with his best friend, Mark Sloan. He subsequently begins a long romance with Meredith Grey, which results in their marriage. He has a somewhat antagonistic relationship with Richard Webber, whom he believes isn't governing the hospital appropriately. He takes over as the Chief of Surgery after going to the hospital board about Chief Webber's drinking problem. He resigns after nearly dying from being shot because he thinks being Chief isn't his place. He and Meredith adopt an orphan named Zola from Africa in Season 7. After surviving the plane crash in the Season 8 finale, he begins Season 9 recovering from his injured hand. His hand goes numb while he tries to grip one of the instruments before surgery. His son Bailey is born in the Season 9 finale. In season 10 Derek starts to work with the president, using his technology that he and Callie created. He wants to move to DC with his family, but Meredith says shes doesn't want to in the season finale. In season 11 episode 21 "How To Save A Life", he dies of a head injury after his car was T-Boned by a semi-truck.
Richard Webber James Pickens, Jr. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 , 11, 12, 13 N/A Senior Attending General Surgeon, Member of the Board, Director of the Residency Program, Grey Sloan Shareholder, Former Chief of Surgery M.D., FACS
Authority figure and former Chief of Surgery at Seattle Grace, Richard has had a difficult past, characterized by affairs and alcoholism. His relationship with Meredith Grey is at times volatile because he had an affair with her mother, Ellis Grey. Richard has struggled with managing the finances of Seattle Grace Hospital and had eventually merged the hospital with Mercy West Hospital. The merger has caused him a lot of stress, strained his relationship with Derek Shepherd and ultimately contributes to the collapse of his sobriety. He steps down as Chief of Surgery in Season 8, although because he has been chief for so long, the residents still call him "Chief." In the Season 9 premiere, it is Dr. Webber that pulls the plug on Mark Sloan. In the final episode of Season 9, Dr. Webber has been electrocuted and nobody knows that he is down in the basement until Season 10. He and Dr. Heather Brooks are found by Dr. Shane Ross.

Department Chiefs

Name Actor/actress Starring seasons Recurring seasons Occupation at Grey Sloan (or its predecessors) Job Title
Theodora "Teddy" Altman Kim Raver 6, 7, 8 6, 14 Chief of Cardiothoracic surgery, Attending Cardiothoracic Surgeon M.D., FACS
Dr. Altman takes over the job of Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery at Seattle Grace Mercy West Hospital in Season 6. She previously served in Iraq with Owen Hunt. Although a skilled surgeon, her teaching methods might appear somewhat unorthodox. Her arrival at Seattle Grace, followed by her confession of love to Owen, has caused some friction between Owen and his girlfriend, Cristina Yang. Teddy marries a patient at the hospital named Henry so he can get insurance, but she eventually falls in love with him. Over time, a friendship develops between Teddy and Cristina, but Teddy's friendship with Owen ends when she feels he puts the hospital before her. Owen and Teddy eventually make up in the season finale. Owen finds out she was offered a job at the U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM), but turned it down because she wanted to be there for Owen, in return for all he has done for her. Owen fires her so she will go to MEDCOM.
Jackson Avery Jesse Williams 7, 8, 9, 10 , 11, 12, 13 6 Head of Plastics, Attending Plastic Surgeon, Attending E.N.T. Surgeon, Chairman of the Board, Trustee to the Harper Avery Foundation M.D., FACS
First introduced as a surgical resident from Mercy West Hospital after the merger, Jackson is a grandson of the famous surgeon Dr. Harper Avery. A member of the "plastics posse", training under Mark Sloan (and succeeding him as Chief of Plastics following his death), he is also called "pretty boy," especially by Cristina Yang. He develops a crush on Cristina and, while inebriated at a party, he kisses her, but Cristina breaks the kiss. In the 6th season finale, he is told by Dr. Shepherd that there is a lockdown in the hospital. He is later left by Dr. Hunt and Dr. Altman in the OR with two nurses and an anesthesiologist. He is the one who decides that Cristina should operate on Dr. Shepherd in order to save him after Shepherd is shot. When Mr. Clark (the shooter) takes the OR hostage, Jackson disconnects Dr. Shepherd from the monitors in order to make everyone believe that he is dead until Mr. Clark leaves the room. Jackson suffers from traumatic nightmares. He also has a complicated relationship with Lexie Grey, which becomes a recurring plot point. Though he was offered a position as surgical fellow at Tulane Medical Center, Jackson decides to stay in Seattle. At the end of Season 8, he starts having sex with his best friend April Kepner, but their relationship is complicated. The two went their separate ways after breaking up, which culminated in them seeing other people. Jackson started a relationship with the new intern, Stephanie, after hooking up in a car during Bailey's wedding. April went on to date a paramedic named Matthew Taylor. At April's Wedding to Matthew, Jackson realizes he still loves April and stands up professing his love. Jackson and April are seen driving off together at the start of the following episode and later we learn they have eloped and no one at the hospital knows. It is also revealed that he and April are expecting together. He later starts a program with Callie and Owen to help redirect nerves in Veterans with amputations.
Preston Burke Isaiah Washington 1, 2, 3 10 Chief of Cardiothoracic surgery, Attending Cardiothoracic Surgeon M.D., FACS
Preston Burke is the former Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery. He begins a romantic relationship with Cristina Yang, which comes under strain when Preston is shot and his right hand's nerve supply is disrupted. With his career threatened, he has Cristina perform some of his surgeries, a situation which is resolved when Dr. Shepherd repairs his right hand's nerve supply. Preston and Cristina continue their relationship, which ultimately ends on their wedding day, when he leaves her at the altar. Dr. Burke graduated at the top of his class from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. In Season Four, he is mentioned as a candidate to receive the Harper Avery Award. Dr. Burke returns in Season 10, offering Cristina his hospital.
Meredith Grey Ellen Pompeo 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 N/A Chief of General Surgery, Attending General Surgeon, Director of the Board, Grey Sloan Shareholder M.D., FACS
Meredith Grey is the central protagonist of the show, and narrator of the majority of episodes. She began the series as an intern and has since progressed along her medical career path. She went to the Geisel School of Medicine. Her character is defined by her romantic relationships, as well as the lingering effects her mother's affair with Richard Webber has had on her life. She is best friends with Cristina Yang, and is her "person". Following a long romance, she marries neurosurgeon, Dr. Derek Shepherd. The day of the shooting in season six, she discovers she that is pregnant. That day, she miscarriages due to the stress. She later learns that she has a "hostile uterus" and starts taking fertility shots. When they are unsuccessful, Grey and Shepherd adopt Zola. In Season 9, Meredith is an attending general surgeon and has earned the nickname of "Medusa" by her interns and residents. Her son Bailey is born in the Season 9 finale. In the Season 10 Finale, she says goodbye to Cristina, her person, as she leaves to go to Zurich to take Dr. Burke's hospital. Meredith has a difficult time when she discovers that she has a sister, another one. In the eleventh season she also has many struggles trying to keep her marriage from falling apart.
Erica Hahn Brooke Smith 4, 5 2, 3 Chief of Cardiothoracic surgery, Attending Cardiothoracic Surgeon M.D., FACS
Following Preston Burke's departure, Erica Hahn takes his position as Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery at Seattle Grace. Her brusque, somewhat harsh personality is tempered by Callie Torres, with whom she begins a relationship. Her time at Seattle Grace ends abruptly, however, when she becomes discontent with Izzie Stevens, and the lack of disciplinary action following the Denny Duquette incident. Dr. Hahn attended the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where she was in the same class as Dr. Burke.
Addison Montgomery Kate Walsh 2, 3 1, 2 Chief of Neonatal Surgery, Obstetrics, and Gynaecology, Attending Neonatal Surgeon, Attending Obstetrician-Gynaecologist, Attending Fetal Surgeon, Attending Medical Geneticist M.D., FACS, FACOG
Former Chief of OB/GYN and Neonatal Surgery, and the ex-wife of Derek Shepherd, Addison transfers to Seattle Grace, seeking reconciliation with Derek. After achieving a degree of understanding with Derek, and realizing that he is in love with Meredith Grey, Addison leaves Seattle Grace. The character is now the protagonist of the ABC series Private Practice, and continues to make guest appearances on Grey's Anatomy.
Margaret "Maggie" Pierce Kelly McCreary 11, 12, 13 10 Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Attending Cardiothoracic Surgeon M.D., FACS
Maggie Pierce enters at the end of the 10th season as the new Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery. At the end of a stressful day she shares with Dr. Webber that her biological mother is Ellis Grey. At the beginning of the eleventh season Pierce informs Meredith that they are sisters, where she is called a liar. She regrets deciding to tell Meredith in the first place. Webber, then informs her that he is her biological father, and she is frustrated that he didn't say anything sooner. When Derek Shepherd finds out about Pierces dilemma, he hugs her and welcomes her to the family.
Arizona Robbins Jessica Capshaw 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 , 11, 12, 13 5 Former Chief of Pediatric Surgery, Chief of Fetal Surgery, Attending Pediatric Surgeon, Attending Fetal Surgeon, Director of the Board, Grey Sloan Shareholder M.D., FACS
Arizona Robbins, pediatric surgery attending, has a cheery disposition but gets upset when challenging authority. She has embarked on a relationship with Callie Torres. She comes from a military family and graduated from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Arizona harbors great emotional intelligence. Her insight and advice have been used to defuse several situations, such as Callie's dispute with her father. In Season 7, Arizona wins a prestigious award, and she and Callie plan to move to Malawi, Africa, and work there. However, she breaks up with Callie and leaves her at the airport. They reconcile soon after, and ultimately get married. In the Season 9 premiere, she has lost one of her legs due to injuries sustained during a plane crash at the end of Season 8, which results in a strained relationship with her wife, culminating in her ultimately cheating on Callie. They briefly separated, but ultimately decide to work things out. However, after going through a thirty-day hiatus during couples therapy Callie decides to end things between the two of them.
Amelia Shepherd Caterina Scorsone 11, 12, 13 10 Chief of Neurosurgery, Attending Neurosurgeon M.D., FACS
Amelia is one of Derek Shepherd's many sisters. Amelia returns to Seattle to work alongside Derek. But, when Derek gives his job to Amelia she is ecstatic. When Derek asks for the job back they start a very long feud between their skills.
Mark Sloan Eric Dane 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9* 2, 3 Chief of Plastic Surgery, Attending Plastic Surgeon, Attending E.N.T Surgeon M.D., FACS
Mark Sloan, Chief of Plastic Surgery, attended Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. He has a playboy personality that jeopardizes his friendship with Derek when he has an affair with Derek's wife, Addison Montgomery. He has known both Derek and Addison from the time when all three lived in New York City. Derek and Mark manage to resolve their issues and reaffirm their friendship. He has been given the nickname "McSteamy" by Meredith and her friends. Sloan has a relationship with Lexie Grey, which ends due to the strain of Mark's 18-year-old daughter from a one-night stand appearing at the hospital and subsequently moving in with them. The girl's mother had named her Sloan and never told Mark about her. She arrives in Seattle unannounced, and Mark finds out she is pregnant. Mark wants to keep the baby, but Sloan decides to give it up for adoption. Afterwards, Mark and Lexie resume their relationship, but it ends when Mark gets Callie Torres pregnant, and Lexie starts dating Jackson Avery. When Lexie was in her last moments, Mark admitted that he loved her and always would. Mark died in the Season 9 premiere from injuries sustained in a plane crash. The hospital is renamed in his memory and Lexie's memory.
Calliope "Callie" Torres Sara Ramirez 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 2 Chief of Orthopedic Surgery, Attending Orthopedic Surgeon, Director of the Board, Grey Sloan Shareholder M.D., FACS
Callie, an orthopedic surgeon, is introduced as an orthopedic surgical resident, then is promoted to an attending. She was once married to George O'Malley, but divorced him after he developed feelings for Izzie Stevens. Later, she has an affair with Erica Hahn, which is cut short by Hahn's departure from Seattle Grace. She then enters into a happy relationship with Arizona Robbins, but they break up because Arizona does not want to have kids. At the end of Season 6, after performing surgery on a small girl while a shooter is loose in the hospital, Callie tells Arizona in a roundabout way that she loves her. The two get back together and decide that they are going to have children. In Season 7, Callie is going to move to Africa with Arizona, but Arizona breaks up with her and leaves her at the airport in Seattle. Callie sleeps with Mark again and becomes pregnant. Arizona later returns for Callie, and they get back together. Later, Callie is severely injured in a car crash with Arizona. Addison delivers her baby, Sofia Robbin Sloan Torres, at 23 weeks, and the baby survives. Then she and Arizona marry. In the Season 9 premiere, the relationship between Callie and Arizona is strained with Mark dying and Arizona having one leg amputated by Alex Karev. Arizona cheats on her, leading Callie to kick her out of the apartment. After the Travis Reed lawsuit and a conversation with her father, Callie asked Arizona to move back in and they began working on repairing their marriage. Callie cuts their couples therapy short when she realizes that she needs to love herself, not Arizona. In the season 12 finale, she resigned from Grey-Sloan and moved to New York City.
Alex Karev Justin Chambers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 N/A Chief of Pediatric Surgery, Attending Pediatric Surgeon, Grey Sloan Shareholder M.D., FACS
A hard-headed and often discourteous resident, Alex Karev has had a series of unfortunate relationships throughout his life, beginning with his mother. At an early age, he had to become her defender from an abusive father, then later her caretaker. While working as a doctor, he becomes involved with a patient, Ava. However, her mental instability strains their relationship and Alex, once again, adopts the role of caretaker before Ava's admission to a psychiatric hospital. He subsequently embarks on a relationship with Izzie Stevens, and they get married, but Izzie asks for a divorce following her dismissal from Seattle Grace. In the Season 8 finale, he is meant to fly with other surgeons to perform a procedure at Boise Memorial. However, after he states his intention to do his pediatric surgical fellowship at the Johns Hopkins Hospital to Dr. Robbins, she replaces him out of anger. In the Season 9 premiere, he is supposed to be leaving Seattle Grace, having deferred his fellowship in the aftermath of the plane crash. After he realizes the drastic changes that will happen in both his and Dr. Robbins' absence, and due to the hiring of a new Chief of Pediatric Surgery, he changes his mind and stays on at Seattle Grace. In season 9 finale, he starts a relationship with surgical intern Jo. In season 10 he completes his fellowship, and he goes to work for Dr. Lebackes at a private practice, which saw him make a substantial salary. However, after being fired when Lebackes found out he was up for a position on the Grey Sloan board, he returned to Grey Sloan and took his current position. Cristina leaves him her shares in the hospital in the season 10 Finale.

(* Although he only appeared in the first two episodes of the ninth season, Eric Dane was still billed as a member of the main cast in those two episodes.)

Attending Physicians

Name Actor/actress Starring seasons Recurring seasons Occupation at Grey Sloan (or its predecessors) Job Title
April Kepner Sarah Drew 7, 8, 9, 10 , 11, 12, 13 6 Attending Trauma Surgeon M.D., FACS
First introduced as a surgical resident from Mercy West Hospital, April is fired by Chief Webber. She is later rehired by Dr. Shepherd because he believes her dismissal was unfair, and she eventually develops a crush on him. In the Season 6 finale, she tells him that her best friend, Dr. Reed Adamson, has been shot and killed. She later runs into Mr. Clark (the shooter) when Dr. Shepherd is shot. Clark lets her go when she emotionally tells him everything about her life. Although April becomes Chief Resident in the Season 7 finale, she fails to pass her Medical Boards and is later fired from Seattle Grace, but she is asked back in Season 9. At her wedding to Matthew, Jackson realizes he still loves April and stands up professing his love. Jackson and April are seen driving off together at the start of the following episode and later we learn they have eloped and no one at the hospital knows. In the last few episodes of season 10 we find out April is pregnant.
Nathan Riggs Martin Henderson 12, 13 N/A Attending Cardio-thoracic Surgeon M.D., FACS
Dr. Benjamin "Ben" Warren Jason George 12,13 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 Attending Anesthesiologist, General Surgical Resident M.D.
Dr. Warren was an anesthesiologist from Mercy West Hospital and boyfriend of Miranda Bailey until she breaks up with him after the shooting, finding herself unable to be in a relationship after such a traumatic experience. Ben tries to stay away from Miranda, but they eventually start working together again. He then asks Miranda about her new relationship with nurse Eli. Miranda wants him to stay out of her life. However, she eventually ends things with Eli and reunites with Ben. When Ben asks Miranda to move in with him, she tells him to take it slow. He proposes to Miranda during the show's eighth season, and she accepts. After they get married, Ben gets the chance to be a surgical intern in California. He accepts, much to Bailey's distress. He eventually returns as a surgical resident at the hospital. When talking to Shepherd about his fears for Bailey developing OCD, he realizes he inadvertently reported her and their marriage is strained.

Surgical Fellows

Name Actor/actress Starring seasons Recurring seasons Occupation at Grey Sloan (or its predecessors) Job Title
Cristina Yang Sandra Oh 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 N/A Cardiothoracic Surgical Fellow, Director of the Board, Grey Sloan Share Holder M.D., Ph.D.
Cristina Yang attained a Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of California, Berkeley and an M.D. from Stanford University School of Medicine. A skilled resident, Cristina Yang has an indomitable passion for cardiothoracic surgery, and is almost ruthless in pursuit of her specialty. She is best friends with Meredith Grey, and has previously been in a relationship with Preston Burke, which ended suddenly when he left Cristina on their wedding day. Since then, she has entered into a relationship with Owen Hunt, whom she marries in Season 7. As of the Season 9 premiere, she is participating in a cardiothoracic surgical fellowship program at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Like Meredith, she is unable to board a plane. Cristina returns to Seattle after Craig Thomas, her cardiothoracic attending and best friend at the Mayo Clinic, dies while performing a surgery. In season 10 Meredith and Cristina fall out but it made them stronger in the end. Yang meets Burke again, and he offers her his job in Zurich. When Cristina leaves she has an emotional goodbye with Meredith, and she leaves with Shane to go to Zurich.

Resident Physicians

Name Actor/actress Starring seasons Recurring seasons Occupation at Grey Sloan (or its predecessors) Job Title
Stephanie Edwards Jerrika Hinton 10 , 11, 12, 13 9 General Surgical Resident M.D.
An intern on Season 9, Dr. Edwards starts dating Dr. Jackson Avery after he breaks up with Dr. April Kepner. She leaves at the end of Season 13 to live life outside of a hospital, which she hasn't known since she spend her childhood in hospitals sick.
Alexandra "Lexie" Grey Chyler Leigh 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 3 General Surgical Resident M.D.
Resident and half-sister of Meredith Grey, Lexie attended Harvard Medical School. She has had relationships with Mark Sloan, Alex Karev, and Jackson Avery. Known for her photographic memory, she has earned the nickname "Lexipedia." Initially she had a distant, contentious relationship with Meredith, but they eventually grew closer. She is often called "Little Grey" by other doctors on staff. In the Season 8 finale, she dies in a plane wreck while holding hands with Mark, talking about their future.
Leah Murphy Tessa Ferrer 10 9, 13 General Surgical Resident M.D.
An intern on Season 9, Dr. Murphy briefly sleeps with Dr. Alex Karev, who is having sex with intern after intern at the time. She often asks her fellow interns questions related to Alex, and seems to be hung up on him. She had an affair with Arizona while Arizona and Callie were separated. When Arizona ends their tryst to repair her marriage, Murphy becomes hung up on her and hopes for their marriage to end. In season 10 Leah is told by chief Webber that surgery is not for her, and that she should leave the program.
George O'Malley T.R. Knight 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 N/A General Surgical Resident M.D.
George O'Malley has a less aggressive personality compared to his fellow residents. He has an infatuation with Meredith Grey, which ends when they sleep together and, halfway through, Meredith begins to cry and ultimately rejects him. He has a strong friendship with Izzie Stevens and, later, Lexie Grey. He was once married to Callie Torres, but their marriage came to an end when George slept with Izzie Stevens. George and Izzie attempt to have a relationship, but decide to remain friends when they realized their relationship lacks chemistry. Inspired by Dr. Hunt's experiences, George decides to leave Seattle Grace and enlist in the Army. Tragically, on his way to tell his mother about joining the Army, George dies when he prevents a girl from being hit by a bus, sacrificing himself instead.
Shane Ross Gaius Charles 10 9 General Surgical Resident M.D.
An intern on Season 9, Dr. Ross aims to be "the new Shepherd" and even assists on Derek's hand surgery. However, he is frustrated when Derek chooses Dr. Brooks as his intern because of her quick reflexes. In Season 10, after he sticks up for Yang when she and Meredith fight over the 3D printer, he and Yang start a sexual relationship, which only lasted briefly. Later in the season, Ross almost kills a patient as he has been lying about how many hours he's worked in a week, sleep deprivation causes him to have a mental break and he believes it is Heather Brooks on the table. In the Season 10 finale Dr. Ross leaves Seattle for Zurich with Cristina, as he wants to learn from her.
Isobel "Izzie" Stevens Katherine Heigl 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 N/A General Surgical Resident M.D.
After growing up in a trailer park and putting her newborn daughter up for adoption at age 16, Izzie managed to advance through medical school by modeling to pay her bills. She puts her career as doctor on the line in a risky bid to get her lover Denny Duquette a new heart by cutting his LVAD wires. Denny subsequently dies, but Izzie manages to keep her job. She begins a relationship with Alex Karev and they eventually get married. Their relationship becomes strained when she is diagnosed with metastatic melanoma. She recovers following treatment with Interleukin 2 but after, returning to work, she accidentally induces hyperkalemia in a patient listed for a renal transplant. Subsequently, she loses her job and leaves Seattle. She and Alex divorce.
Josephine "Jo" Wilson Camilla Luddington 10, 11, 12, 13 9 General Surgical Resident M.D.
An intern on Season 9, Dr. Wilson is at first made fun of by Alex Karev, who believes she's a rich girl and nicknames her "princess". On the contrary, she had a cruel childhood and has had to work very hard in order to get through life and become a doctor. Alex gradually warms up to her and they become close friends. She starts a relationship with an obstetrician, causing Alex to become jealous. She is set to move in with her boyfriend, but they get in a physical fight in which he becomes severely injured. After she leaves her boyfriend, Alex confesses his love to Jo.

Intern physicians

Name Actor/actress Starring seasons Recurring seasons Occupation at Grey Sloan (or its predecessors) Job Title
Dr. Andrew Deluca Giacomo Gianniotti 12, 13 11 General Surgical Intern M.D.
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