‘Grey’s Anatomy’ veteran Sandra Oh’s fans are pleading with newer fans to leave her alone.


‘Grey’s Anatomy’ veteran Sandra Oh’s fans are pleading with newer fans to leave her alone.

Grey’s Anatomy is a television powerhouse. It’s been the most successful medical drama on television for over a decade, and some might say that it rivals ER as the all-time best in the genre.

Fans are hunkering down for even more of this long-running iconic saga, with talks completed and an 18th season officially in the works.

Despite the fact that the cast has changed over the years, fans continue to root for long-gone favorites. After leaving the role of Cristina Yang in 2013, fans have been clamoring for Sandra Oh to return.

Oh has previously stated that she is thankful for her ten seasons on the show but will not be returning, prompting some of her fans to wish that Grey’s Anatomy audiences will leave her alone on the subject of a return.

Sandra Oh, who is she?

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Sandra Oh has a long and illustrious career as a character actress. Despite the fact that Grey’s Anatomy in 2005 was the first time many viewers saw Oh, it wasn’t her first appearance on film.

Oh was born and raised in Ontario, where she excelled in dance and drama. She was a huge success as a young actress in Canadian TV and theater, receiving awards and critical acclaim for her work in films in the early 1990s.

With a supporting role on HBO’s Arliss in 1996, she would bring her early success to a wider audience. Throughout the show’s six seasons, Oh appeared in major series such as Six Feet Under, Judging Amy, and Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, and it seemed like she was everywhere.

She kept busy after her six years on Arliss. Her career was booming, thanks to roles in blockbusters like Under the Tuscan Sun and Sideways. When Grey’s Anatomy first aired on television in 2005, she also appeared in two other films.

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