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Washington Among People's Most Beautiful

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We know he's a talented performer (and a brilliant surgeon), but Isaiah Washington is being recognized for more than his acting chops these days. The 42-year old Grey's Anatomy star was named one of the world's 50 Most Beautiful People by People Magazine in its annual feature.

Washington Among People's Most Beautiful

Washington has won acclaim for his portrayal of Dr. Preston Burke, a brilliant heart surgeon and consummate professional whose light-hearted side has also shone brightly in recent episodes. He is a key component of a talented, under-appreciated and diverse cast that has made Grey's Anatomy one of TV's most popular shows. Washington has nearly 50 television and TV credits to his name.

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i love dr burke




I could not agree more with People magazine in their choice of Isaiah Washington as one of the 50 most beautiful people. The thing I find so fascinating is that he is even more beautiful when he is animated on the television show or in televised intervies than in still pictures. Some people look better in photographs. He is best as a living breathing extremely fine looking man.


i love evrything about Dr. BUrke. especaiily when he dances in season with cCristina. He's way TOOOOOOOO CCCCCCCUUUUUUUUTTEEEEEEEE!


Burke and Cristina have great chemistry together!!!


If he's so good looking, why's he with Cristina? She's beat.

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