Steven Culp to Make Cuts on Grey's Anatomy

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Steven Culp is ready to slice and dice his way around Grey's Anatomy Season 9.

The veteran actor (Body of Proof, Desperate Housewives, Perception) has landed a recurring role on the ABC drama, Deadline reports, coming on board this fall as a well-respected surgeon named Dr. Parker.

Considering the unknown fates of many of our favorite doctors a the conclusion of the May finale, it's unknown whether Culp's character will be based in Seattle Grace or a different hospital.

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Ace

Christina is not the head of cardio. She can't be. She's not going to jump from 5th year resident to chief cardiothoracic surgeon; she still needs to complete 3 years of cardio fellowship.

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Maybe his speciality is plastic surgery...With Lexie's dead, Sloan might go back to NY. And Cristina will be the head of Cardio.

Loralee

Christinas head of cardio

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I'm betting Dr Parker will be the head of cardio

Delphincik

your guess is as good as any ... glad though, i hated his character on DH but i have a feeling i'll like his GA character ...

Aries93

My guess is that his speciality is Cardio.

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