Up close with "Grey's Anatomy's" new docs

January 14, 2010 2:23:06 PM PST
The newest doctors on "Grey's Anatomy" offer us a glimpse of what's coming up in their latest episodes!

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There are always life-changing surprises for the committed young doctors of Seattle Grace Hospital. The award-winning cast shines through heart-stopping moments of life, death, love and riveting medical drama, leaving audiences breathless with anticipation.

DR. OWEN HUNT + DR. TEDDY ALTMAN = TROUBLE

First there was McDreamy. Then there was McSteamy. And now there's McArmy. Dr. Owen Hunt (a.k.a. McArmy) is one of the hottest and newest doctors at Seattle Grace, and he's already caught up in a love triangle.

His relationship with Dr. Cristina Yang is going great until a new doctor, Owen's former Army colleague Dr. Teddy Altman, comes into the picture. Meant as a "gift" for Cristina as the new cardio attending, Teddy quickly becomes known as "Desert Storm Barbie."

Meanwhile, Teddy is dealing with her feelings for Owen.

New Episode: Addison returns to Seattle to perform a difficult procedure

Dr. Mark Sloan flies Dr. Addison Montgomery to her old stomping grounds at Seattle Grace to help with a difficult procedure on his pregnant daughter. In the interim, Owen questions Teddy's motives when she assigns Cristina the lead on a complicated surgery, and Derek's suspicions are raised when the Chief recruits Meredith to assist with a high profile operation. The new episode airs Thursday, January 14 on ABC.

About Kevin McKidd:

Kevin McKidd stars as Dr. Owen Hunt, or McArmy, on hit-show "Grey's Anatomy." The Scottish actor's most recent films include the 2008 romantic comedy, "Made of Honor," opposite Patrick Dempsey and is in Vancouver filming Chris Columbus' "Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief," to be released February 2010.

McKidd also stars in the upcoming films "Bunraku" and "Catwalk." Other film credits include "Hannibal Rising," Ridley Scott's "Kingdom of Heaven," Irwin Winkler's musical, "De-Lovely," with Kevin Kline and Ashley Judd, and "Sixteen Years of Alcohol"-for which he was nominated for Best Actor at the British Independent Film Awards.

On television, McKidd starred in HBO's Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated historical drama, "Rome," and his other TV credits include "The Virgin Queen," "The Key," "Anna Karenina," and "Richard II."On stage McKidd has performed in "Richard III," "Britannicus," for which he won an Ian Charleston Award, and "Far Away." McKidd currently resides in Los Angeles with his family.

About Kim Raver:

Kim Raver, best known for her roles on "24" and "Lipstick Jungle," joins "Grey's Anatomy" as Dr. Teddy Altman. Her television credits also include a lead role on NBC's "Trinity" and five seasons on "Third Watch."

Raver had guest starring roles in such series as "The Practice," "Spin City," and "Law & Order." Raver's big break came with her Broadway debut in the play "Holiday," which she co-starred with Laura Linney and Tony Goldwyn.

She went on to co-star in the Williamstown production of "The Glimmer Brothers" with David Schwimmer and the late John Spencer. She also appeared in the feature film "City Hall" with Al Pacino. Raver is married with two children and resides in New York City.


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