Ellen Pompeo in Stereophonics Video

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Thanks to one of our readers, Tamika. for forwarding this along. According to Ellen Pompeo's Wikipedia page, the actress appeared in the music video for "Have a Nice Day," a single by the Welsh rock band Stereophonics. The song appears on their 2001 album, Just Enough Education to Perform.

See if you can spot a younger Ellen Pompeo ...

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlX9lCO8jv0[/youtube]

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I agree with hafsa, I think they all look alike, but there is another "Have a Nice Day" music video, maybe Ellen's there...

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I think she might be the one that yells and screams and is off the boat. Then later, she's the one in the robe. I think though, it's not the best quality.. Like I said, I think, but I'm not sure..

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I am not sure which one is ellen, they all kind of look alike.

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