In Style Magazine Profiles Sandra Oh

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Grey's Anatomy star Sandra Oh, who endears and frustrates on a weekly basis as Dr. Cristina Yang, was featured recently in In Style magazine.

The 35-year-old Canadian actress, who received an Outstanding Supporting Actress Emmy nomination this year, and who is of Korean descent, shows off her different fashionable sides in a terrifc photo spread.

Here are some scans (click to enlarge):

Sandra Oh Gets Her Feet Wet
Sandra Oh: Always In Style
In Style Magazine Profiles Sandra Oh
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intricacy polymorphic humid.planetarium arguments transiency.Ceylon swab,

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i love he actng, it so good to make me love her so much! Isaiah is good actor too...

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i love he actng, it so good to make me love her so much!1

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She is beautiful. I picked up a copy of In Styles the Friday it came out just because she was in it.

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she looks awesome..very hot!

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I could not agree more. She has made Cristina into a multidimensional Character. We love her when she is saucy and when she is self centered and most particularly when she is loving and supportive of her man, Dr. Burke. I've never personally read In Style magazine, but will definitely pick up a copy to read more about the beautiful and talented Sandra Oh.

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She looks great! I love her character, and she completely deserved the nomination. She does a fantastic job!

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