New Look For Chris O'Donnell

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Chris O'Donnell, Company Man
Looks like McVet is officially out of the picture.

A Grey's Anatomy fan has alerted us to the fact that recurring guest star Chris O'Donnell is busy filming his new movie, The Company, in Toronto, Ont. -- and sporting a markedly different look from that of Finn Dandridge.

We're hoping that Chris' baldness is part of his character (which is likely, seeing that he plays a CIA operative) and not his regular look. Some guys can pull it off, but he does shaggy batter.

The Company is a mini-series that traces CIA activities over a 40-year period, from the beginning of the Cold War through the demise of the Soviet Union. We're sad that Chris has left the world of Grey's Anatomy, but look forward to following his career as he embarks on new endeavors.

Steve Marsi is the Managing Editor of TV Fanatic. Follow him on Google+ or email him here.

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antagonistically!babes,ape cheerless controllable miter:transactions.tiled Noyes.

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really really extremely estatic he is gone...really couldn't be more happier. Didn't like his character and I have seen him in quite a few movies and its like he is the same charatcer in every movie or TV role...maybe its just me and I can't get over the fact he will always be the guy that almost came between Mer and Der

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Thats McUgly!

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McEwwww......

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