Diane Farr to Guest Star on Grey's Anatomy

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Former Rescue Me and Numb3rs star Diane Farr will guest in an October episode of Grey’s Anatomy as a patient with Huntington’s disease, according to EW.

Farr’s character will be under the care of Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) - the de facto caretaker of SGMWH - and is slated to appear in this season’s fourth episode.

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@Pratt We are going to see one of Derek's sister in episode 703. Amelia is her name.

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I was sure she would be gueststarring as one of Derek's sisters before I read the article. Aarrgh, when are we gonna see them?

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