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‘ER’ Cast: Where Are They Now? Noah Wyle, Julianna Margulies, Eriq La Salle, George Clooney and More

Scrub in! The cast of ER took the doctor drama genre to the next level when the show premiered in September 1994.

The NBC series ran for 15 seasons, ending in 2009, and helped launch many of its stars’ careers, including George Clooney, who played Dr. Doug Ross. The Ocean’s Eleven star’s onscreen love interest Julianna Margulies (who played nurse Carol Hathaway) was also launched to super stardom after her performance on the procedural.

Noah Wyle (Dr. John Carter), Anthony Edwards (Dr. Mark Greene), Eriq La Salle (Dr. Peter Benton) and Sherry Stringfield (Dr. Susan Lewis) rounded out the original six cast members. Fans were hooked from beginning to end as the residents became doctors and nurses navigating Chicago’s County General Hospital emergency room. The characters’ love lives, heartbreaks and personal ups and downs were also hot topics from week to week.

With the addition of Laura Innes (Dr. Kerry Weaver), Maura Tierney (Dr. Abby Lockhart), Alex Kingston (Dr. Elizabeth Corday) and Goran Visnjic (Dr. Luka Kovac), viewers had even more intrigue and hospital drama to keep track of.

Plus, there was comedic relief from Dearon “Deezer D” Thompson (as nurse Malik McGrath) along with his fellow nurses Laura Cerón (Chuny Marquez) and Yvette Freeman (Haleh Adams), who helped keep the emergency room running smoothly.

The show was a massive success, earning a record-setting 124 Emmy nominations, winning a total of 23 trophies, including one for Outstanding Drama Series.

More than a decade after ER came to an end, some of the show’s biggest names reunited for a good cause in April 2021, sending fans into a frenzy. The cast joined forces in honor of Earth Day to benefit the Waterkeeper Alliance during a virtual video hangout hosted by Stars in the House.

However, the former costars revealed at the time that they aren’t interested in doing a TV reboot of their hit series.

“When you look at the show, it’d be hard to say that we could do it [again] at the level that we did it,” Clooney said. “Because boy, I’ve actually been watching it a bit because my wife’s been watching it, which is very odd. And I have to say, it’s such great television. It’s hard to catch lightning again.”

Margulies echoed Clooney’s sentiments, adding: “You can’t capture lightning in a bottle twice. I think you have to leave what was so beautiful and move on, because it just feels cheap… It would cheapen it for me.”

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Noah Wyle turns 50 — 'ER' cast: Where are they now?

By Wonderwall.com Editors5:19am PDT, Jun 4, 2021

Believe it or not, it's been more than 25 years since "ER" debuted on the small screen. The hit NBC series — which premiered on Sept. 19, 1994, and is the second longest running medical drama in Hollywood history after "Grey's Anatomy" — centers around the professional and personal lives of the staff at the fictional County General Hospital in Chicago. In honor of star Noah Wyle's 50th birthday on June 4, 2021, Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the handsome actor and his equally comely co-stars to see how they've changed over the years.

Keep reading to find out what the stars of "ER" are up to today…

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Noah Wyle, who earned five Emmy nominations for his work on "ER," continued racking up TV credits after the medical drama wrapped. He starred on "Falling Skies" and "The Librarians" and then headlined the 2019 limited series "The Red Line." Up next, he's set to star on IMDb TV's "Leverage: Redemption," which debuts in July 2021. Noah welcomed two children, son Owen and daughter Auden, with his first wife, Tracy Warbin, before the couple divorced in 2010. He married Sara Wells in 2014 and welcomed his second daughter, Frances, a year later.

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George Clooney, who earned two Emmy nominations for his work on "ER," is now an A-list international movie star, director and producer. He's won three Golden Globes and two Academy Awards (one for producing "Argo") and has appeared in several beloved movies since "ER" came to an end in 2009 including "Up in the Air," "The Descendents" and "Gravity." In 2019, he made his big return to television on Hulu's adaptation of "Catch-22," which he also executive produced. More recently, he directed and starred in the 2020 Netflix sci-fi drama "The Midnight Sky." In 2021, he directed Ben Affleck in the upcoming drama "The Tender Bar," and he can next be seen on the big screen opposite "Ocean's Eleven" franchise co-star Julia Roberts in the rom-com "Ticket to Paradise," which is due in 2022. George dated a bevy of beauties post-"ER" (including British model Lisa Snowdon, actress Krista Allen, cocktail waitress Sarah Larson, Italian actress Elisabetta Canalis and former professional wrestler Stacy Keibler) before finding lasting love with British human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin. They tied the knot in September 2014 and welcomed twins Ella and Alexander in June 2017.

Laura Innes starred as Dr. Kerry Weaver on "ER" from 1994 to 2007.

Laura Innes, who scored two Emmy nominations for her work on "ER," went on to star on two short-lived NBC series: "The Event" and "Awake." She then had a four-episode stint on "Colony" and, more recently, an eight-episode stint on "How to Get Away with Murder" between 2018 and 2020. Laura shares two children, Mia and Cal, with her longtime husband, David Brisbin.

Eriq La Salle starred as Dr. Peter Benton on "ER" from 1994 to 2002.

After "ER" came to an end, Eriq La Salle — who earned three Emmy nominations for his work on the hit NBC medical drama — had brief stints on "24," "How to Make It in America," "A Gifted Man," "Blackout" and "Under the Dome." He hasn't appeared on screen since 2017's "Logan," in which he had a small but incredibly important role as a farmer who helps the titular mutant during a moment of need. In recent years, Eriq has found a second calling as a television director, helming episodes of everything from 2021's "Law & Order: Organized Crime" and "Chicago P.D." to "Once Upon a Time" and "Lucifer." Impressively, the actor-director has managed to keep his personal life totally under wraps over the years.

Julianna Margulies starred as head nurse Carol Hathaway on "ER" from 1994 to 2000.

"ER" was just the beginning for Julianna Margulies, who took home one Emmy and scored five more Emmy nominations for her work on the hit NBC medical drama. In 2009 — the same year "ER" came to an end — she made her debut on "The Good Wife," for which she won two more Emmys. After that series concluded, she headlined the short-lived AMC series "Dietland," starred on the Nat Geo event series "The Hot Zone" and had a three-episode stint on "Billions." In May 2021, she released her buzzy memoir "Sunshine Girl: An Unexpected Life," and later in 2021, she's set to appear on the lauded Apple TV+ series "The Morning Show." Julianna married attorney Keith Lieberthal in 2007 and gave birth to a son the following year.

Sherry Stringfield starred as Dr. Susan Lewis on "ER" from 1994 to 1996 — and then again from 2001 to 2005.

In the years since "ER" came to an end, Sherry Stringfield — who scored three Emmy nominations for her work on the hit NBC medical drama — has appeared in a handful of made-for-TV movies, starred on the second season of "Under the Dome" and appeared on four episodes of "Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders." Sherry welcomed two children, daughter Phoebe and son Milo, with journalist Larry E. Joseph before their marriage came to an end in 2006.

Anthony Edwards starred as Dr. Mark Greene on "ER" from 1994 to 2002.

Anthony Edwards, who earned four Emmy nominations for his work on "ER," finally won an Emmy in 2010 for executive producing the made-for-TV movie "Temple Grandin." Other post-"ER" career highlights include voicing Echo in "Planes," headlining the short-lived ABC series "Zero Hour" and starring as Judge Stanley Weisberg on 2017's "Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders." More recently, he starred on the third season of "Designated Survivor" in 2019. Anthony shares four children — one son and three daughters — with ex-wife Jeanine Lobell, whom he divorced in 2015 following more than two decades of marriage. He and longtime friend and colleague Mare Winningham have been an item since at least 2018.

Ming-Na Wen starred as Dr. Jing-Mei "Deb" Chen on "ER" in 1995 and then from 2000 to 2004.

After "ER" came to an end, Ming-Na Wen starred on "Stargate Universe" and had a seven-episode stint on the cult series "Eureka." She then starred as Melinda May on ABC's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." from 2013 to 2020. The actress — who served as the voice of Mulan in the 1998 Disney cartoon — also popped up in "Push" and "The Darkness," had a three-episode stint on "Fresh Off the Boat," voiced characters on "Phineas and Ferb," the "Guardians of the Galaxy" series and "Sofia the First" and had a brief cameo in the 2020 live-action "Mulan." More recently, she portrayed Fennec Shand on "The Mandalorian." (She's set to return to the role on the upcoming "Star Wars" series "The Book of Boba Fett.") She shares two children — daughter Michaela and son Cooper — with her husband of 25 years, Eric Michael Zee.

Goran Visnjic starred as Dr. Luka Kovač on "ER" from 1999 to 2009.

Goran Visnjic went on to star in "Beginners" and "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo." He also starred on "Red Widow," "Extant" and "Timeless" and had brief but memorable stints on "Leverage," "Santa Clarita Diet," "Dollface" and, more recently, "The Boys." Goran shares three children with his wife of more than two decades, Eva Vrdoljak. He also has a daughter from a 2006 extramarital affair.

Maura Tierney starred as Dr. Abby Lockhart on "ER" from 1999 to 2009.

After "ER" — for which Maura Tierney earned an Emmy nomination in 2001 — the actress had stints on "Rescue Me" and "The Good Wife." She then starred on "The Affair" from 2014 to 2019 and scored another Emmy nomination and a Golden Globe win for her efforts. She also popped up in the lauded films "Beautiful Boy" and "The Report" and, more recently, starred on the 2021 Showtime event series "Your Honor." In 2006, Maura divorced husband Billy Morrissette, whom she married in 1993. In 2009, she battled breast cancer that forced her to drop out of the "Parenthood" TV series. (Her role ultimately went to Lauren Graham.)

Parminder Nagra starred as Dr. Neela Rasgotra on "ER" from 2003 to 2009.

After "ER," Parminder Nagra starred on the short-lived series "Alcatraz" and had stints on "Psych," "The Blacklist," "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," "Fortitude," "Elementary," "God Friended Me" and "13 Reasons Why." She also starred in the recent films "Bird Box" and "Five Feet Apart." Parminder married photographer James Stenson in January 2009 and welcomed a son, Kai, four months later. The couple called it quits in 2012.

Mekhi Phifer starred as Dr. Greg Pratt on "ER" from 2002 to 2008.

After "ER," Mekhi Phifer had stints on "Lie to Me," "Torchwood," "White Collar," "House of Lies," "Frequency" and, more recently, "Truth Be Told" and "Love, Victor." He also starred as Max in the "Divergent" film franchise and portrayed Bobby Brown's brother, Tommy Brown, on BET's biographical miniseries "The Bobby Brown Story."Mekhi shares one son with actress Malinda Williams and a second son with former girlfriend Oni Souratha. He married longtime girlfriend Reshelet Barnes in 2013.

John Stamos starred as intern Tony Gates on "ER" from 2005 to 2009.

After "ER," John Stamos had stints on "Glee," "The New Normal," "Necessary Roughness" and the first season of "You." He also returned to the role of Uncle Jesse on "Fuller House" from 2016 to 2020, appeared in "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2," headlined the short-lived sitcom "Grandfathered," starred on the second season of "Scream Queens" and portrayed Chef Louis in "The Little Mermaid Live!" On top of all that, he's starred in several Broadway productions over the years. Currently, he can be seen on the Disney+ sports dramedy "Big Shot." John split from model Rebecca Romijn in 2004 following six years of marriage. In February 2018, he married second wife Caitlin McHugh. They welcomed son Billy just two months later.

Angela Bassett starred as Dr. Cate Banfield on "ER" from 2008 to 2009.

After "ER," Angela Bassett starred in the films "Jumping the Broom," "Green Lantern," "This Means War," "Olympus Has Fallen" and sequel "London Has Fallen," "Black Panther" and "Mission: Impossible – Fallout." In 2013, she made her big return to television on "American Horror Story" and scored two Emmy nominations for her efforts. Since 2017, she's added four more Emmy nominations to her résumé for guest starring on "Master of None" and "A Black Lady Sketch Show" and for narrating "The Flood" and "The Imagineering Story." She also worked as a voice actress on "BoJack Horseman" and in "Bumblebee" and "Soul." But that's not all… The extremely in-demand actress has starred on "9-1-1" as Athena Grant since 2018, and she's set to star in a trio of upcoming blockbusters: "Mission: Impossible 7," "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" and the female assassin action flick "Gunpowder Milkshake," which is due in July 2021. Angela shares twins — son Slater and daughter Bronwyn — with her husband of more than two decades, actor Courtney B. Vance.

Shane West starred as Dr. Ray Barnett on "ER" from 2004 to 2009.

After "ER," Shane West starred on "Nikita" from 2010 to 2013 and on "Salem" from 2014 to 2017. The actor-musician — who's played with several bands and released a handful of albums over the years — also had a four-episode stint as iconic Batman villain Bane on "Gotham" in 2019. Since his "ER" days, he's been linked to a number of beauties. Most notably, he dated Evan Rachel Wood in 2009.

Linda Cardellini starred as nurse Samantha Taggart on "ER" from 2003 to 2009.

After "ER" wrapped, Linda Cardellini had stints on "New Girl" and "Mad Men" — for which she scored her first Emmy nomination in 2013. She then portrayed Hawkeye's wife in "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and "Avengers: Endgame," starred in "Daddy's Home" and its sequel and appeared in "The Founder," "A Simple Favor," "Green Book," "The Curse of la Llorona" and, more recently, 2020's "Capone." She also starred on "Bloodline" from 2015 to 2017 and appeared on the first season of the 2020 Disney+ series "Muppets Now." Since 2019, she's starred on "Dead to Me," which will enter its third and final season on Netflix in late 2021 or early 2022. (So far, she's earned two Emmy nominations for her work on the dark comedy.) In 2012, Linda welcomed a daughter with Steven Rodriguez. They got engaged the following year but have yet to tie the knot.

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Why ER Killed Off Dr. Mark Greene In Season 8

Season 8 of ER saw the death of one of the series' most popular and beloved main characters: Dr. Mark Greene. Here's why he was killed off.

Airing for roughly fifteen years,ERhas seen the death and abrupt exits of many beloved characters, most notably Dr. Mark Greene in season 8–but why was he killed off? Created by physician and sci-fi novelist Michael Crichton (creator of Jurassic Park and Westworld), ER made its debut on NBC in 1994, achieving overwhelming success with a total of 331 episodes over the course of 15 seasons before ending in 2009, making it the second-longest-running medical drama behind Grey's Anatomy.

Played by Anthony Edwards, the Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning star of Top Gun and Revenge of the Nerds fame, Dr. Greene was one of ER's most inherently likable leading men, as well as, arguably, the television series' overall main protagonist for the first eight seasons. From the pilot episode, which starts with Dr. Greene tending to his drunk friend Dr. Doug Ross (George Clooney) while also overseeing a dozen critically injured patients, to his final season, Dr. Greene consistently remained both a good friend and an authority figure to his fellow medical team. With his tragic passing to a brain tumor in season 8, a void was left in his stead for the ER show cast members and fans of the primetime television series.

Related: ER: Why George Clooney's Ross Left The Show (& His Season 15 Cameo)

A year prior to Dr. Greene's departure from the series in 2002, Edwards expressed to the Associated Press his desire to step away from the role. "It's been eight years of my family working around my schedule," Edwards explained in 2001. "It's been a long time playing Dr. Greene." Essentially, married with three daughters and one son, Edwards wanted to spend more time being there for his family while leaving open the possibility for other career opportunities. To honor his wishes, the ER writers gave Dr. Greene the dramatically tragic exit his character deserved.

Following his leave from ER, Edwards mostly spent time with his family. However, he also took on a few one-off and minor roles in various TV series, including the quickly canceled conspiracy drama Zero Hour, playingJudge Stanley Weisberg inthe miniseries Law & Order True Crime, and Mars Harper in Designated Survivor. He even directed the 2016 comedy My Dead Boyfriend, starring Heather Graham, Katherine Moennig, and Scott Michael Foster.

As the only original cast member to die in the series, Dr. Greene certainly remains one of ER's most cherished characters. He may have a more low-key profile now, but with him playing both Dr. Greene in ERand Goose in Top Gun, Anthony Edwards has had two of the most impactful and heartbreaking on-screen deaths ever on both the small and big screen. Though many ER fans are still reeling over Dr. Greene's death, it's nice to know that the character's sad ending was a fresh new beginning for Edwards.

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ER Stars Share Tributes For Former Co-Star Deezer D, Who Died At 55

Actor and rapper Deezer D. (born Dearon Thompson) was known for various projects, from portraying Stab Master Arson in the 1993 rap spoof CB4 to co-starring with Vanilla Ice in 1991's Cool As Ice, but arguably his most memorable role had far less to do with his musical talents. Deezer D. starred on ER for its entire 15-season run, portraying the kind and lovable Nurse Malik McGrath, and he appeared in more episodes than any other ER actor, save for Noah Wyle, Laura Innes, and Laura Cerón. Sadly, the actor passed away this week at 55 years old.

Deezer D.'s death was first reported on by TMZ, as his brother revealed the actor was found unresponsive in his home on Thursday evening. It's suspected that Deezer D. died of a heart attack, though no official cause of death has been confirmed. His death sent shockwaves through his friends, family and fans, since he was in the midst of building up his music career, having announced via Instagram just a few days ago that a new album would be dropping next week. Understandably, many people took to social media to mourn his death, including several of his former ER co-stars, as well as one of the show's producers.

Noah Wyle portrayed Dr. John Carter on ER from its very beginning to its very end along with Deezer D. Set to star in the upcoming Leverage revival, Wyle posted a sorrowful message on Instagram, as seen below.

Many online applauded Deezer D.'s faith as being just one part of why he was so affable and compassionate over the years. Such was the case with co-star Lyn Alicia Henderson, who portrayed nurse Pamela Olbes for 14 seasons. Here's how the actress commented on an ER fan page on Instagram under the post about Deezer D.'s death:

I am so sorry to hear of his passing. He had a spirit that was bigger than life and we always had the best conversations! I loved his music, his love of God and his love for his family. He will be missed!

Lyn Alicia Henderson wasn't the only ER star to pay her respects on that particular fan-page post. Mekhi Phifer, whose character Dr. Gregory Pratt was introduced in Season 8, also shared a touching message:

What a special spirit we have all lost! Since the first day I met him on the set of ER he absolutely made me feel at home and welcomed. My brother will forever be missed! Many condolences to his friends, fans and family. RIP Deezer D!!

Longtime ER producer Neal Baer, who joined the show back in 1996 during it second season, sent out the following message on Twitter, while also sharing a mournful post from one-time ER guest star Terry Wilkerson.

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Of the comments that Neal Baer's post received, the most relevant one of the bunch came from Kellie Martin, who portrayed Lucy Knight during Seasons 5 and 6 of ER. Here's how she put it:

Oh my goodness. I’m so sorry to hear this. I loved working with him.

All 15 seasons of ER can currently be streamed in full on Hulu, for anyone who wishes they could watch his performances in order to lessen the blow of his death. We at CinemaBlend send our thoughts and condolences to Deezer D.'s family and friends in their time of mourning.

Nick is a Cajun Country native, and is often asked why he doesn't sound like that's the case. His love for his wife and daughters is almost equaled by his love of gasp-for-breath laughter and gasp-for-breath horror. A lifetime spent in the vicinity of a television screen led to his current dream job, as well as his knowledge of too many TV themes and ad jingles.

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Cast of ER

ER is an American drama series that aired on NBC from September 19, 1994 until April 2, 2009. The series featured a large ensemble cast that changed dramatically over its long run. The main cast was augmented by a wealth of recurring characters and award-winning guest stars.

Main cast[edit]

The original starring cast consisted of Anthony Edwards as Dr. Mark Greene, George Clooney as Dr. Douglas "Doug" Ross, Sherry Stringfield as Dr. Susan Lewis, Noah Wyle as medical student (later Dr.) John Carter, and Eriq La Salle as Dr. Peter Benton. Julianna Margulies guest starred in the pilot as Nurse Carol Hathaway before becoming part of the regular cast.

The first additions to the main cast came in Season 2 with Gloria Reuben signing on as Physician Assistant Jeanie Boulet (recurring character in Season 1), and in Season 3 with Laura Innes as Dr. Kerry Weaver (recurring character in Season 2). In Season 4, Maria Bello signed on as Dr. Anna Del Amico (recurring character at the end of Season 3) and Alex Kingston joined the cast as Dr. Elizabeth Corday. Season 5 saw the addition of Kellie Martin as medical student Lucy Knight.

George Clooney's departure towards the end of Season 5 started a major cycle of main cast changes over the next few years. Season 6 opened with the addition of Paul McCrane as Dr. Robert "Rocket" Romano (recurring character in both Seasons 4 and 5), Croatian actor Goran Visnjic as Dr. Luka Kovač, and Michael Michele as Dr. Cleo Finch. A bit later in the season Erik Palladino joined as Dr. Dave Malucci, and Ming-Na returned to the series as Dr. Jing-Mei "Deb" Chen, reprising a recurring character she portrayed in Season 1. Soon after, Maura Tierney was added as Nurse (later Dr.) Abigail "Abby" Lockhart. Season 8 saw the arrival of Sharif Atkins as medical student (later Dr.) Michael Gallant, as well as the return of Dr. Susan Lewis when Sherry Stringfield reprised her role after having left the series in Season 3.

Mekhi Phifer joined the cast in Season 9 as Dr. Gregory "Greg" Pratt (recurring character at the end of Season 8). Season 10 saw the addition of Parminder Nagra as medical student (later Dr.) Neela Rasgotra and Linda Cardellini as Samantha "Sam" Taggart. Shane West joined the cast in Season 11 as Ray Barnett and Scott Grimes became part of the main cast in Season 12 as Dr. Archie Morris (recurring character in Seasons 10 and 11). Season 13 saw the addition of John Stamos as Dr. Tony Gates, reprising a role he had originated in Season 12 when he portrayed Gates the paramedic/medical student. Season 15 saw the final additions to the main cast, with David Lyons signing on as Dr. Simon Brenner (recurring character towards the end of Season 14) and Angela Bassett as Dr. Catherine "Cate" Banfield.

Notably, of the 26 main cast members that starred throughout ER's 15-season run, only seven were not featured in the final season: Gloria Reuben, Maria Bello, Kellie Martin, Michael Michele, Erik Palladino, Ming-Na, and Sharif Atkins. In addition, only four main cast members never made a return appearance of any type following their original stint: Maria Bello, Kellie Martin, Erik Palladino, and Mekhi Phifer.

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Departures from the main cast[edit]

Sherry Stringfield's first departure from the show was in 1996, when her character, Susan Lewis, moved to Phoenix, Arizona, in the Season 3 episode "Union Station." In 2001, Stringfield returned to the series, reprising her role of Dr. Lewis, in the Season 8 episode "Never Say Never." She departed again after the Season 12 premiere, "Canon City." This departure was not depicted, but was mentioned by character Kerry Weaver two episodes later, in ”Man With No Name”, as not coming in due to interviewing for a tenured position, having been denied tenure at County, and again later in "Wake Up," when Weaver explains that Susan accepted a tenure-track position at a hospital in Iowa City, Iowa. Stringfield returned once again for the series finale.

After playing Anna Del Amico for one season, Maria Bello was not part of the ensemble cast when Season 5 began. Like Susan Lewis's second exit, her character's departure was mentioned but not depicted: in the season premiere, "Day for Knight," Carter explains to new medical student Lucy Knight that the locker she is inheriting previously belonged to Anna Del Amico, who is working in a pediatric ER in Philadelphia, where she has family and a boyfriend.

George Clooney left the show in the Season 5 episode "The Storm, Part 2," when his character, Doug Ross, quit before being fired for his involvement in a patient's death. Clooney made a cameo appearance in the Season 6 episode "Such Sweet Sorrow" when his character reunited with Carol Hathaway and appeared in the Season 15 episode "Old Times" where his character was the attending physician caring for a terminal organ donor.

Gloria Reuben departed early in Season 6, in the episode "The Peace of Wild Things," when her character, Jeanie Boulet, decided to become a stay-at-home mom and care for her newly adopted HIV-positive baby. Reuben returned with her child in the Season 14 episode "Status Quo".

Kellie Martin, who played medical student Lucy Knight, left the series midway through Season 6 in the episode "All In The Family," when her character was killed by a patient suffering from undiagnosed schizophrenia; his psychotic break occurred before a backed-up psychiatry department could arrive in the ER for a consult.

Julianna Margulies left the show at the end of Season 6, in the episode "Such Sweet Sorrow," when her character, Carol Hathaway, decided on the spur of the moment to go to Seattle, Washington, and reunite with Doug Ross, her true love and the father of her twin daughters. Margulies returned in the Season 15 episode "Old Times," with her character coordinating transplant efforts from a single organ donor.

Erik Palladino departed early in Season 8, in the episode "Never Say Never," after his character, Dave Malucci, was fired for inappropriate conduct.

Eriq La Salle's character, Peter Benton, departed in the Season 8 episode "I'll Be Home For Christmas." He took a job with a set schedule at another hospital in order to spend more time with his son, Reese, and his girlfriend, former fellow ER doctor Cleo Finch. La Salle returned for two more episodes in Season 8 and then again for two episodes in Season 15, including the series finale.

Michael Michele's character, Cleo Finch, departed in the Season 8 episode "I'll Be Home For Christmas" with her boyfriend, and fellow doctor, Peter Benton, after having previously taken a job at the same hospital (in fact it was she who arranged the interview which resulted in Benton's job offer). Michele made a cameo appearance in the Season 8 episode "On the Beach" at Mark Greene's funeral.

Anthony Edwards's character, Mark Greene, died of a brain tumor in Season 8's penultimate episode, "On the Beach." Unusually, Anthony Edwards was credited in the following episode "Lockdown." Edwards returned in the Season 15 episode "Heal Thyself" where he appeared in multiple flashback scenes to give insight into the past of Angela Bassett's character.[1]

Paul McCrane's character, Robert Romano, whose arm had been severed just above the elbow by a helicopter's tail rotor in the Season 9 premiere "Chaos Theory, died in the Season 10 episode "Freefall." A helicopter that was taking off from the hospital roof was buffeted by strong winds, causing it to crash on the roof and plummet over the side of the building; it fell into a crowded ambulance bay and landed squarely on Romano. McCrane returned in the Season 15 episode "Heal Thyself" in a cameo during flashbacks.

Sharif Atkins left the series in the Season 10 episode "Where There's Smoke," when his character, Michael Gallant, revealed that the Army was sending him to Iraq. Atkins returned for two episodes during Season 11 where he is seen serving duty in Iraq and then for four episodes during Season 12 when he marries Neela Rasgotra and then returns to Iraq where he is killed by an improvised explosive device while serving a second tour.

Alex Kingston's character, Elizabeth Corday, departed early in Season 11 in the episode "Fear" after getting in trouble for performing an illegal organ donation procedure; rather than being summarily fired, County offered her a demotion to a non-tenured position, but she turned it down and opted to return to England instead. In an interview with Britain's Radio Times magazine, Kingston spoke of being written off the show due to her age, a statement that sparked some controversy. She later withdrew that claim.[2] Kingston returned for two episodes in Season 15, including the series finale.[3]

Ming-Na departed midway through Season 11 in the episode "Twas The Night" when her character, Jing-Mei Chen, resigned in order to take care of her ailing father, whom she later euthanized. This was the second time her character left County General: in Season 1, medical student "Deb" Chen appeared in an eight episode story arc which concluded with her leaving medical school after accidentally leaving a guide wire in a patient's chest, deciding she was better suited to research than to applied medicine.

Noah Wyle left in the Season 11 finale, "The Show Must Go On." His character, John Carter, having received tenure at County, decided to reunite with his girlfriend Kem Likasu (portrayed by Thandie Newton). Wyle returned for four episodes during Season 12 where he is seen practicing medicine in Darfur and then for five episodes during Season 15 when he needs a kidney transplant.

Laura Innes left midway through Season 13 in the episode "A House Divided," when a reluctant Luka Kovač was forced by budget cuts to fire her character, Kerry Weaver. After bracing for a battle to keep her position, and in spite of the fact that Kovač realized he must find a way to keep her on staff, Weaver ultimately decided to resign from County and accept a job offer from a television station in Miami, Florida. Innes returned for two episodes in Season 15, including the series finale.

Shane West left in the Season 13 finale, "The Honeymoon is Over," after his character, Ray Barnett got hit by a truck, lost both his legs and returned to Baton Rouge with his mother to recuperate. West returned for three episodes during Season 15 when his character reunited with Neela Rasgotra.

Goran Visnjic, who played the character of Luka Kovač, departed in the season finale of Season 13 when he left for Croatia to care for his ailing father. He returned for seven episodes in Season 14 to wrap up his medical storyline and then made a brief appearance in Season 15's "Book of Abby" where he, Abby, and their son Joe embark on their new life together.

Mekhi Phifer departed in the Season 15 premiere when his character, Gregory Pratt, died in the ER as the result of blast injuries suffered in an ambulance explosion in the Season 14 finale.

Maura Tierney, who played the character of Abby Lockhart, departed early in Season 15 in the episode "Book of Abby" with her TV husband Luka Kovač. Along with their son Joe, they presumably headed to Boston, where Abby had accepted a new job. She attempted to leave the ER quietly, however the rest of the staff made it known how much they would miss her. Nurse Haleh Adams showed Abby a hidden wall with the locker labels of all the past staff members since season one, with the exceptions of Carter (who refused to deface government property) and Boulet. Other names on the wall include departed former characters as well as some prominent writers and producers. Abby then left the ER and met Luka and her son Joe outside to embark on their new life together. Tierney returned in the Season 15 episode "Shifting Equilibrium" in a cameo during a phone conversation with Neela Rasgotra.

Supporting cast[edit]

Desk clerks and other non-medical hospital staff[edit]

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Family members and friends[edit]

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Symbol Meaning
double-daggerAnother actor subsequently took over the role
daggerAnother actor previously held the role
Actor/Actress Character Name Character Position Years of Appearance
Khandi AlexanderJackie Robbins Sister to Peter Benton1995–2001
Bonnie BartlettRuth Greene Mother of Mark Greene. Died early in Season 6. 1997–1998
Michael BeachdaggerAl Boulet Husband of Jeanie Boulet. Contracted HIV from adulterous sex, unwittingly passed it on to Jeanie. Died offscreen of AIDS in 2008. 1995–1997
Wolfgang Bodisondouble-daggerAl Boulet Husband of Jeanie Boulet 1995
Julie BowenRoxanne Please Girlfriend of John Carter1998–1999
Lisa Nicole CarsonCarla Reece Girlfriend of Peter Benton. Had mental health issues, died in a car accident in 2001. 1996–2001
Kieu ChinhLin Chen Mother of Jing-Mei Chen. Died in a car crash in China. 2003
George Kee Cheungdouble-daggerMr. Chen. Father of Jing-Mei Chen 2003–2004
John CullumDavid Greene Father of Mark Greene 1997–2000
Steven CulpDave Spencer Boyfriend of Elizabeth Corday2004
Vondie Curtis-HalldaggerRoger McGrath Husband of Carla Reece 2001
Oliver Davisdouble-daggerAlex Taggart Son of Samantha Taggart2003–2005
Rebecca De MornayElaine Nichols Ex-wife of John Carter's cousin 1999
Garret DillahuntdaggerSteve Curtis Ex-husband of Samantha Taggart 2005–2006
Paul DooleyHenry Lewis Father of Susan Lewis. Supported Susan with her custody of her niece, unlike his wife. 1995–1996; 2004
James FarentinoRay Ross Father of Doug Ross1996
Sally FieldMaggie Wyczenski Mother of Abby Lockhart. Her uncontrolled bipolar disorder had a negative impact on her ability to parent Abby and her younger brother, Eric. 2000–2006
Frances FisherHelen Kingsley Biological mother of Kerry Weaver. Could not accept Kerry's lesbian orientation. 2005
Paul FreemanDr Charles Corday Father of Elizabeth Corday 1998, 2001–2002
Danny GloverCharlie Pratt Father of Greg Pratt. Long-lost presence, Pratt ultimately decides against a father-son relationship. 2005
Rose GregoriodaggerHelen Hathaway Mother of Carol Hathaway1996–1999
Michael GrossJohn "Jack" Carter Jr. Father of John Carter. Cowardly and not respected by his son or his mother. 2001–2004
Estelle HarrisMrs. Markovic Mother of Jerry Markovic 2006
Christine HarnosJennifer "Jenn" Greene Wife of Mark Greene. Divorced in 1996 and re-married, becoming Jennifer Simon. 1994–1998, 2001–2002
Cole Hauserdouble-daggerSteve Curtis Ex-husband of Samantha Taggart 2004
Rebecca Jane HazlewoodJaspreet Cousin of Neela Rasgotra2008
Marg HelgenbergerKaren Hines Girlfriend of Doug Ross and his father's boss. Prescription drug addict. 1996
Hallee HirshdaggerRachel Greene Daughter of Mark Greene 2001–2002; 2004; 2009
Ernie HudsonColonel James Gallant Father of Michael Gallant2006
Michelle HurdCourtney Brown Girlfriend of Kerry Weaver 2006–2007
Dominic JanesdaggerAlex Taggart Son of Samantha Taggart 2005–2009
Stacy KeachMike Gates Father of Tony Gates. Alcoholic who caused a young trainee's death while working as a firefighter. 2007
Chloe GreenfieldSarah Riley Adoptive daughter of Tony Gates2006–2009
Anupam KherAjay Rasgotra Father of Neela Rasgotra 2004
Kiron KherMrs. Rasgotra Mother of Neela Rasgotra 2004
Nancy KwanLin Chen Mother of Jing-Mei Chen 2000
Piper LaurieSarah Ross Mother of Doug Ross 1995–1996
Amy MadiganMary Taggart Mother of Samantha Taggart 2009
Rosalee MayeuxJacey Barnett Mother of Ray Barnett2007
Mary McDonnellEleanor Carter (née Ferguson) Mother of John Carter 2001
Andrew McFarlaneJesse Robbins Nephew of Peter Benton 2000
Trevor MorganScott Anspaugh Son of Donald Anspaugh 1998
Thandie NewtonMakemba "Kem" Likasu-Carter Girlfriend and later wife of John Carter. Met Carter on a medical relief mission in the Congo. Their relationship never recovered after their son died in utero. 2003–2005; 2009
Bruce NozickCraig Simon Second husband of Jennifer Greene 1995–1996
Henry OdaggerMr. Chen Father of Jing-Mei Chen. Euthanized by Chen in 2004. 2004
Judy ParfittIsabelle Corday Mother of Elizabeth Corday 2000–2002
Andrea ParkerLinda Farrell Girlfriend of Doug Ross 1994–1995
Valerie PerrineCookie Lewis Mother of Susan Lewis 1995
Zoran RadanovichNiko Kovač Brother of Luka Kovač 2007
Sheryl Lee RalphGloria Gallant Mother of Michael Gallant 2006
Beah RichardsMae Benton Mother of Peter Benton 1994–1995
Ving RhamesWalter Robbins Brother-in-law to Peter Benton 1994–1996
Jonathan ScarfeChase Carter Cousin of John Carter 1997–1998, 2001
Tom Everett ScottEric Wyczenski Brother of Abby Lockhart 2002–2003
Lois SmithGracie Grandmother of Samantha Taggart 2007
Frances SternhagenMillicent "Gamma" Carter Grandmother of John Carter 1997–2003
Georgiana Tarjandouble-daggerHelen Hathaway Mother of Carol Hathaway1994–1995
Marcello ThedfordLeon Pratt Brother of Greg Pratt2002–2003
Mark ValleyRichard Lockhart Ex-husband of Abby Lockhart 2000–2003
Renée VictorFlorina Lopez Mother-in-law of Kerry Weaver 2004
Gwynyth WalshBarbara Knight Mother of Lucy Knight2000
Fred WardEddie Wyczenski Father of Abby Lockhart 2006–2007
Matthew WatkinsReese Benton Son of Peter Benton 1999–2001; 2009
Kathleen WilhoiteChloe Lewis Sister of Susan Lewis 1994–1996; 2002
Victor Williamsdouble-daggerRoger McGrath Husband of Carla Reece 1998–2001
Shannon WoodwardKelly Taggart Sister of Samantha Taggart 2009
Yvonne Zimadouble-daggerRachel Greene Daughter of Mark Greene 1994–2000
Actress uncredited Victoria Dubenko Sister of Lucien Dubenko 2006

Fire fighters, paramedics, police officers, and social workers[edit]

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Actor/Actress Character Name Character Position Years of Appearance
Mädchen AmickWendall Meade Social Worker 2004–2005
Christopher AmitranoOfficer Hollis Police Officer 2006–2009
Michelle BonillaChristine Harms Paramedic 1999—2009
Scott Michael CampbellReilly Brown EMT 1996
Claudine ClaudioSilva Paramedic 2000–2001
Brendan Patrick ConnorReidy Paramedic 2006–2008
Elliot Durant IIIAnders Paramedic 2004, 2009
George EadsGreg Powell Paramedic 1997–1998
Ron EldardRay "Shep" Shepard Paramedic and Carol's boyfriend in Season 2. 1995–1996
Julie Ann EmeryNikki Paramedic 2001–2003
Mike GenoveseAl Grabarsky Police Officer 1995–1996, 1998–2000
Erica GimpelAdele Newman Social Services Liaison 1997–2003
Carlos GómezRaul Melendez Paramedic 1995–1996
Lynn A. HendersonPamela Olbes Paramedic 1995–2009
Tara KarsianLiz Dade Social Worker 2005–2006, 2007, 2008–2009
Daniel Dae KimKen Sung Social Worker 2003–2004
Ed LauterDannaker Fire Captain 1998–2002
Brian LesterBrian Dumar Paramedic 1996—2009
Louie LibertiTony Bardelli Paramedic 2003—2009
Joe ManganielloOfficer Litchman Police Officer 2007
Chad McKnightOfficer Wilson Police Officer 1995, 1996, 1999–2000, 2001–2004, 2006
Michele MorganAllison Beaumont Paramedic and Dr. Corday's patient 1997—1998
Demetrius NavarroMorales Paramedic 1998—2009
Bobby NishDanny Yau Police officer 2005–2006
Vyto RuginisWright Paramedic 2006—2007
Monté RussellDwight Zadro Paramedic 1995—2009
Lisa VidalCFD Lt. Sandy Lopez Firefighter, later married Kerry Weaver and had their child through AI. Died in an on duty accident 2001–2004
Emily WagnerDoris Pickman Paramedic 1994—2009
Cress WilliamsReggie Moore Police officer and boyfriend/husband of Jeanie Boulet 1998–2000; 2008
“Faceman” LoweChris Lowe Paramedic 1999?

Notable patients[edit]

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Actor/Actress Character Name Character Position Years of Appearance
Paul BenjaminAl Irving Junk Dealer, Greene's patient 1994, 2002
Red ButtonsJules "Ruby" Rubadoux. Carter's patient. 1995, 2005
Rosemary ClooneyMary Cavanaugh a.k.a. "Madam X" Alzheimer's disease patient 1994
Joanna GleasonIris Allergy patient, Infomercial Director, and briefly Mark Greene's romance interest 1996
Dan HedayaHerb Spivak. Lawyer and patient. Helped Mark fend off a civil lawsuit, later returned having lost all his money in a dot-com bust. 1997, 2005
David KrumholtzPaul Sobricki Schizophrenic patient who in a psychotic break stabbed both John Carter and Lucy Knight, the wounds leaving Carter injured and with life-long kidney problems and eventually resulted in Lucy's death. 2000, 2002
Mary MaraLoretta Sweet Originally a prostitute; later Secretary/Cancer patient 1995–1996
Sam VlahosPablo Homeless man and frequent patient in ER 1997–1998; 2000–2003
James WoodsDr. Nate Lennox ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease) patient, Abby Lockheart's teacher in medical school 2006
Josh RadnorKeith. Alderman Bright's lover who contracted Syphilis and was treated under the table by Kerry Weaver. 2003
Kevin Michael RichardsonPatrick 1994
Bruce WeitzAlderman John Bright Alderman for City of Chicago and patient of Kerry Weaver for Syphilis 2003

Others[edit]

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Actor/Actress Character Name Character Position Years of Appearance
Jake LloydJimmy Sweet Son of the patient Loretta Sweet 1996
Joe TorryChris Law Sues Mark Greene after his brother dies; a suspect in Greene's beating but is not responsible. He and Mark have a heated conversation in which both men admit they're not the reason for the other's misery. 1997
Bradley WhitfordSean O'Brien Husband of a pregnant patient in Mark Greene's care 1995
James BelushiDan Harris Father who was brought in after a car accident with his son 2001
Jared PadaleckiPaul Harris Son who was brought in after a car accident with his father 2001
Shiri ApplebyMs. Murphy Teen with ectopic pregnancy 1994

Secondary doctors and medical students[edit]

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Actor/Actress Character Name Character Position Years of Appearance
Alan AldaDr. Gabriel LawrenceER Attending Physician 1999
Sam AndersonDr. Jack KaysonChief of Cardiology and member of the board. 1994–1999, 2001–2005, 2007
Perry AnzilottiPerry Anesthesiologist 1994–2004, 2006, 2008
Shiri ApplebyDr. Daria Wade Intern 2008–2009
Amy AquinoDr. Janet CoburnChief of Obstetrics & Gynecology. 1994–2009
John AylwardDr. Donald AnspaughChief of Staff (1996–1999), General surgeon and member of the board (1999–2006), Chief of Staff (2006–2009) 1996–2008
Jillian BachPenny Nicholson Medical Student 2004–2006
Eion BaileyJake Scanlon Medical Student 2004–2005
Lourdes BenedictoRena Trujillo Pediatrics Intern. Briefly dated Carter in Season 7. 2001
Leslie BibbErin Harkins Medical Student. 2002–2003
Paul BlackthorneDr. Jeremy Lawson Invasive Radiologist, had a fling with Dr. Corday. 2004
Alexis BledelDr. Julia Wise Intern who was a key figure in the series finale. 2009
Dennis BoutsikarisDr. David Kotlowitz Surgeon 1999
Joseph BuaBoo Bradley Special Education Student 2001
David BrisbinDr. Alexander Babcock Anesthesiologist who hated Dr. Corday and vice versa. 1998–2002
Clancy BrownDr. Ellis West SPG Doctor and Kerry Weaver's boyfriend 1997–1998
L. Scott CaldwellDr. Megan Rabb Director of Neo-Natology 2004, 2006
Don CheadlePaul Nathan Medical Student. Turned from a successful business path after being diagnosed with Parkinson's. 2002
Megan ColeDr. Alice Upton Pathologist 1996, 1998, 2000–2001, 2003
Bruno CamposDr. Eddie Dorset Vascular Surgeon 2003
Joel de la FuenteIvan Fu Medical student 1997
John DomanDr. Carl DeRaad Chief of Psychiatry 1999–2001, 2003
Malaya Rivera DrewKaty Alvaro Medical Student 2006–2007
Christine EliseHarper Tracy Medical Student and love interest of Carter in Season 2. 1995–1996
Omar EppsDr. Dennis Gant Surgical Intern. 1996–1997
Charles EstenDr. Barry Grossman Orthopedic Surgeon 2007–2008
Jorja FoxDr. Maggie DoyleER Intern, later resident 1996–1999
Jami GertzDr. Nina Pomerantz Psychiatrist 1997
Sara GilbertDr. Jane Figler ER Intern, later resident 2004—2008
Matthew GlaveDr. Dale Edson Surgeon. 1996–1999, 2001–2002
Jeremy GlazerDavid Medical Student 2004
Christopher GroveDr. Marty Kline Orthopeadic Surgeon 2002–2003, 2006
Glenne HeadlyDr. Abby KeatonPediatric Surgeon 1996–1997
Justin HenryJames Sasser Medical student 1997
Glenn HowertonDr. Nick "Coop" Cooper ER Resident 2003
Michael IronsideDr. William "Wild Willy" Swift Chief of Surgery and ER Chief 1995, 1998, 2002
Scott JaeckDr. Steve Flint Radiologist 1994–1996, 1999–2000, 2002
Julia JonesDr. Kaya Montoya Intern (Prev. Medical Student) 2008–2009
James LeGrosDr. Max Rocher Pediatrician and ex-boyfriend of Anna Del Amico1998
John LeguizamoDr. Victor ClementeER attending physician 2005–2006
Harry LennixDr. Greg Fischer Infectious disease specialist and briefly boyfriend of Jeanie Boulet 1997
Julia LingMae Lee Park Surgical Intern 2006–2007
Chad LoweDr. George Henry Medical student, assigned to Dr. Carter in Season 4 but had no interest in doing anything ER related with his focus on medical research. 1997, 2005
William H. MacyDr. David MorgensternChief of Surgery and Head of the ER 1994–1998; 2009
J. P. ManouxDr. Dustin Crenshaw Junior Surgical Attending, (Formerly Chief Resident) 2006–2008
Kari MatchettDr. Skye Wexler Acting Chief Of Emergency Medicine 2007–2008
Mary McCormackDebbie Doctor in Africa 2003–2006
Gil McKinneyDr. Paul Grady Intern 2007–2009
Elizabeth MitchellDr. Kim LegaspiPsychiatrist who was in a relationship with Kerry Weaver for a short time before being forced out by Dr. Romano's homophobia. 2000–2001
Julian MorrisDr. Andrew Wade Surgical Intern 2008–2009
Leland OrserDr. Lucien DubenkoAttending Trauma Surgeon; Chief of Surgery. 2004–2009
Steven Christopher ParkerDr. Harold Zelinsky Surgical Intern 2007—2008
Busy PhilippsHope Bobeck Medical Student. Devout Christian who inspired Archie Morris in various ways, and dated him for a little while. 2006–2007
Giovannie PicoLudlow Medical Student 2004–2005
CCH PounderDr. Angela HicksSurgical Attending 1994–1997
Victor RasukDr. Ryan Sanchez Intern 2008–2009
Gina RaveraDr. Bettina DeJesus Radiologist 2006–2008
Ron RifkinDr. Carl Vucelich Senior Vascular Surgeon. 1995–1996
Emily RoseDr. Tracy Martin Intern 2008–2009
Rick RossovichDr. John "Tag" Taglieri Orthopedic Surgeon 1994–1995
Dahlia SalemDr. Jessica Albright Surgical Chief Resident 2005–2006
Eddie ShinStanley Mao Medical student 2001
Michael B. SilverDr. Paul Myers Psychiatrist 1995, 1997–2000, 2003, 2005, 2008
Maury SterlingDr. Nelson Psychiatrist 2004, 2006
Kim StraussAri Anesthesiologist 2005–2007
Rossif SutherlandLester Kertzenstein Medical student. 2003–2004
John TerryDr. David "Div" Cvetic Psychiatrist and boyfriend of Susan Lewis 1994
Iqbal ThebaDr. Zagerby Ophthalmologist 1997, 2001
Stanley TucciDr. Kevin MorettiChief of Emergency Medicine 2007–2008
Vince VielufBernard Gamely Medical Student 1998
Bresha WebbLaverne St. John Medical Student 2008–2009
Mare WinninghamDr. Amanda LeeChief of Emergency Services 1998–1999

Nurses and other medical staff[edit]

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Actor/Actress Character Name Character Position Years of Appearance
Conni Marie BrazeltonConni OligarioER Nurse 1994–2003
Laura CerónChuny MarquezER Nurse 1995–2009
Cynthia CerviniAnna Waldron Nurse 2002, 2004, 2005
Morris ChestnutFrank "Rambo" Bacon ICU nurse & Deb's baby's father 2000
Ellen CrawfordLydia WrightER Nurse 1994–2003, 2009
Deezer DMalik McGrathER Nurse 1994–2009
Yvette FreemanHaleh AdamsER Nurse 1994–2009
Ren HanamiNICU Nurse 2006
Mary HeissMary ER Nurse 2000–2008
April Lee HernandezInez ER Nurse 2005–2006
Penny Johnson JeraldLynette Evans Nurse Practitioner 1998–1999
Kristen JohnstonEve PeytonChief ER Nurse 2005
Sam Jones IIICharlie "Chaz" Pratt, Jr. Emergency Medical Technician, Brother of Greg Pratt 2005–2009
Dinah LenneyShirley Surgical Charge Nurse 1995–2004, 2006—2009
Pat LentzNursing Supervisor 2005, 2008
Bellina LoganKit ICU, Pediatrics and Surgical Nurse 1996–2003; 2005; 2008
Donal LogueChuck MartinFlight Nurse and boyfriend/husband/ex-husband of Susan Lewis 2003–2005
Lily MariyeLily JarvikER Nurse 1994–2009
Vanessa MarquezWendy GoldmanER Nurse 1994–1997
Deborah MayMary Cain County Nursing Director 1996–1997, 2002
Sumalee MontanoDuvata Mahal ER Nurse 2002-2005
Angel Laketa MooreDawn ArcherER Nurse 2006–2009
Jenny O'HaraRhonda Sterling ER Nurse 1996
Kip PardueBen Parker ER Nurse 2006–2007
Kyle RichardsDori Nurse 2000—2006
Lucy RodriguezBjerke Nurse 1996; 2000–2003
Nadia ShazanaJacy Nurse 2001–2008
Meg ThalkenDee McManus Flight Nurse 1996, 1999–2001, 2005, 2008
Gedde WatanabeYoshi TakataER Nurse 1997–2003

Guest stars[edit]

Notable guest stars[edit]

  • Ed Asner in 2003, as Dr. James McNulty, who runs a street clinic
  • Kat Dennings in 2006, as Zoe Butler, a victim of parental battering
  • Kirsten Dunst in 1996, as Charlie Chemingo, a child prostitute
  • Zac Efron in 2003, as Bobby Neville, a gunshot victim
  • Lucy Liu in 1995, as Mei-Sun Leow, the mother of a child dying of AIDS
  • Chris Pine in 2003, as Levine, a drunk teen patient
  • Charlotte Rae in 2008, as Roxanne Gaines
  • Susan Sarandon in 2009, as Nora, a grandmother being asked to consent to the donation of her grandchild's organs
  • Eric Stonestreet in 2000, as Willie, a man who tried to make his ears look Vulcan
  • Charles Tyner in 1999, as Barry Connelly, whose wife hesitates to sign a DNR
  • Wallace Shawn in 2009, as Teddy Lempell, whose love potion may have worked with Jerry
  • Judy Greer in 2009, as Tildie Mulligan, who drove her car into the lake because the GPS told her to go straight
  • Diego Klattenhoff in 2009, as Jay, the best friend of patient, Mr. Walter's, late son.
  • Michael Reilly Burke in 2009, as Dick White, the father that provided vodka at his teenage daughter's slumber party
  • Brian Haley in 2009, as Chris Salamunovich, the husband of the woman having twins
  • Marilu Henner in 2009, as Linda, the obnoxious mother in law who fought with her son's bride at the wedding
  • Eva Mendes in 1998, as Donna, a babysitter concerned with the well being of the girl she's caring for

Emmy Award recognized guest stars[edit]

Guest stars whose performances won Emmys are:

Guest stars whose performances earned Emmy nominations include:

  • Rosemary Clooney in 1995, as "Madame X", an Alzheimer's patient.
  • Penny Fuller in 1996, as Mrs. Constantine.
  • William H. Macy in 1997, as Dr. David Morgenstern.
  • Ewan McGregor in 1997, as Duncan Stewart, a convenience store gunman.
  • Veronica Cartwright in 1997, as Norma.
  • Swoosie Kurtz in 1998, as Tina-Marie Chambliss.
  • Alan Alda in 2000, as Dr. Gabriel Lawrence, an Alzheimer's-stricken doctor and one-time teacher of Dr. Kerry Weaver.
  • James Cromwell in 2001, as Bishop Stewart, an ailing Roman Catholicbishop who coaxes a confession from Dr. Luka Kovač, before dying from lupus.
  • Mary McDonnell in 2002, as Eleanor Carter, the mother of Dr. John Carter.
  • Don Cheadle in 2003, as Paul Nathan, a medical student with Parkinson's disease.
  • Bob Newhart in 2004, as Ben Hollander, an architecture model maker losing his sight.
  • Red Buttons in 1995, 1996, and 2005, as Mr. Jules "Ruby" Rubadoux.
  • James Woods in 2006, as Dr. Nate Lennox a patient with ALS and former teacher of many of the ER doctors.
  • Forest Whitaker in 2007, as Curtis Ames, a patient filing a lawsuit against Dr. Luka Kovač.
  • Stanley Tucci in 2008, as Dr. Kevin Moretti.
  • Ernest Borgnine in 2009, as Paul Manning

References[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cast_of_ER
Kerry Finds Carter and Lucy After The Stabbing - ER

Former ER actor Vanessa Marquez shot and killed by police

Vanessa Marquez, a former actor on the television show ER, was shot and killed by police during a welfare check at her home in South Pasadena, California.

Marquez, 49, played nurse Wendy Goldman on the hit series from 1994 to 1997.

Lt Joe Mendoza of the Los Angeles county sheriff’s department told reporters Friday that officers arrived at the 1100 block of Fremont Avenue on Thursday morning, after a call from Marquez’s landlord. According to the South Pasadenan, the lieutenant said Marquez seemed “gravely disabled”. It was reportedly not the first time law enforcement had been called to Marquez’s apartment.

When South Pasadena police arrived around noon, Mendoza said Marquez “was undergoing some medical problems, some seizures”. After speaking with an LA county mental health clinician and officers for 90 minutes, “she became very uncooperative”.

Then, Mendoza said, she brandished a gun at the officers. The officers opened fire and she was shot in the torso. She later died at the hospital.

The firearm was later identified as a BB gun that resembled a semi-automatic weapon.

“It’s shocking, it’s really awful,” a neighbor, Mark Swaine, told KABC. “I’m just really saddened by the whole thing. It sounds like a horrible, horrible misunderstanding.”

Marquez, who appeared in the films Stand and Deliver and Twenty Bucks, was in the news last year after claiming on Twitter that ER co-star George Clooney played a part in blacklisting her from the industry after she and other ER cast members complained of sexism and racism on the set of the show.

“Clooney helped blacklist me when I spoke up abt harassment on ER,” she wrote on Twitter. “Women who don’t play the game lose career. I did.”

Clooney denied the allegation.

Sours: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/aug/31/vanessa-marquez-er-actor-shot-killed-police

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ER actor Dearon 'Deezer D' Thompson dies at 55

Dearon “Deezer D” Thompson, the actor who portrayed nurse Malik McGrath on the beloved NBC medical drama ER, has died at the age of 55.

On Friday, news broke that the actor had passed on Thursday, January 7, after being found unresponsive at his Los Angeles home. It is believed Thompson died from a heart attack, though an official cause of death has not yet been disclosed. He previously underwent open-heart surgery in 2009 to replace an aorta and fix a leaky heart valve. Thompson's brother confirmed the news with a post on Instagram, which he captioned "My Big Brother! God is with you. I will miss you."

In addition to appearing in 190 episodes of ER from 1994 until 2009 as nurse Malik McGrath — including the pilot and series finale — Thompson also appeared in movies such as Fear of a Black Hat, CB4, Bringing Down the House, and Romy and Michele's High School Reunion.

Following the news, Thompson's ER costars shared their heartfelt tributes across social media. “I lost a dear friend yesterday,” Noah Wyle wrote on Instagram. “Deezer D, known to millions of ER fans as nurse, Malik McGrath, died yesterday morning. He was one of the most creative and charismatic men I’ve ever known and his gospel of positivity pulled us both up from many a dark place. I will miss him terribly. Please say a prayer for him and hold a living thought for his family today.” The original star of the series, Julianna Margulies commented on Wyle's post, “My heart is broken… He was simply the sweetest, most fun to be around. I can’t believe it!”

Mekhi Phifer, who joined the series in 2002, also shared a tribute. “What a special spirit we have all lost!” he wrote on Instagram. “Since the first day I met him on the set of ER he absolutely made me feel at home and welcomed. My brother will forever be missed! Many condolences to his friends, fans and family.”

ER producer Neal Baer also shared his condolences on Twitter, calling Thompson "wonderful to work with."

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Sours: https://ew.com/tv/er-actor-dearon-deezer-d-thompson-dies-at-55/


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