Patrick Dempsey: The "Enchanted" Action Figure

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Yes, it's true. Grey's Anatomy's leading man, Patrick Dempsey, has officially been immortalized as a 12-inch action figure - and not as Dr. Derek Shepherd, but as his character, Robert, from the new Disney romantic comedy Enchanted.

The doll is a toy tie-in with Dempsey's Enchanted character and finds him dressed in a black suit and trench coat - with the trademark McDreamy hair of course.

Rachael Ray played with the Robert doll on her talk show last week, with Patrick Dempsey's Enchanted co-star, Amy Adams, appearing on the program and confirming that the actor is a great kisser. Who here is surprised?

Patrick Dempsey Portrait
Robert

ABOVE: The real Patrick Dempsey and a doll of his character, Robert, from the new animated / live-action film Enchanted. One of which you can take home!

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I`m 26 but i´m SO gonna buy the doll when it comes out Ireland. When PD was on GMA he had the doll with him. But in had on the prince McCharming outfit. That´s the one i´m gonna get. It would be SERIOUSLY McCOOL if the cast if got their own dolls. But McDreamy´s would have to have his trademark stubble. I´d def buy the Mer/Der dolls.

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