The Amazing Patrick Dempsey
Patrick Dempsey celebrated his 42nd birthday on January 13, 2008. We wish the father of three all the best and thank him for all he has brought to this great series.

Rating: 4.9 / 5.0 (85 Votes)
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Gorgeous amazing picture!!!

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DAMN...he takes my breath away. Just can't stop looking at pictures of him.

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he is gorgeous.

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WOW...is all I can say.

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i really don't know what to say! gor-jus!!

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speechless

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*sighs*

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GORGEOUS MAN RIGHT THERE. Wouldnt you just know he is half Irish =]

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