James Remar Cast in Grey's Anatomy Mystery Role

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Sandra Oh is out. But a familiar face is in.

ABC sources confirm to TV Line that James Remar - best known as Dexter Morgan's father - will appear on multiple episodes of Grey's Anatomy Season 10. Details on the veteran actor's actual role are unclear, however, though he will debut early on this fall.

James Remar on Dexter

The action picks up again on Grey's Anatomy Thursday, September 26 with a two-hour premiere in which we'll learn the fate of Richard Webber.

Remar, meanwhile, has also appeared on episodes of such hits shows as Wilfred, The Vampire Diaries and Hawaii Five-0.

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I would really appreciate it if Administration would replace the picture of Dr. Boswell in the "Grey's Anatomy Pics" section. Another intern picture would be more palatable. Hilarie Burton is lovely, but I don't need another reminder of the finale. Just thought I would ask.

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Really hope he's Ale's father.

Daron

Please let it be Alex's father.

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Well if everyone else is saying Sandra Oh is out, why not TV Fanatic? Some of you sound like you're in denial. I wish she'd leave early in the season just to get it over with. I'm already sick of hearing about it.

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This statement is a bit unfair, don´t you think? Sandra Oh isn´t out yet. She is leaving AFTER season 10. You make it sound like she won´t even be in this season anymore...

Delphincik

how nice of you to point out that Sandra Oh is out ...

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