Ellen Pompeo High School Yearbook Photo
In the September 2008 issue of Allure Magazine, Grey's Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo takes a trip back to 1987! Sort of. That's her high school yearbook picture from Everett, Mass.

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I would like to know what section of Everett she came from? I am from West Everett. When I lived there, it was a nice city. My maiden name was Kirby.

Mrsmcsteamy

LMAO, wow.

Pdlover3

HAHA that is aweseom! she still looks beautiful with all that hair!

Anja

OH.......................MY..........................GOD!

Mcdreamy is mine

Ha, my mom had that hairdo too!

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i've seen pictures of my mom in High School, and my mom had that same EXACT hair due!!
SWEET!! GO MER AND ELLEN!!
GREYS ROCKS!!
love always Syd

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that hair is did!

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Long live the 80's LOVE the hair!

Mcseriously323

OMFG!!!!
WOW just WOW
I dont even know what to say about that

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What's it with the hair? EEW!

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