Ellen Pompeo
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When we think of Pompeo, we think of one show: “Grey’s Anatomy,” for which she’s starred for all 16 seasons, is signed for a 17th and has helped make it TV’s longest-running medical drama. And while she has branched out within the series — as producer and occasional director — Pompeo has remained the show’s face, and it’s paid off. She’s now the third-highest-paid actress on TV, says Forbes, at $23.5 million annually. Plus, she gets a cut of the backend and a producer fee on “Grey’s” spinoff “Station 19,” on which she’s guested. Still, while those moves are smart indeed, they haven’t quite packed the other kind of prize: She landed a single Golden Globe nomination back in 2007 and no Emmys thus far.


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Ellen Pompeo Inks Deal to Return to 'Grey's Anatomy'

Ellen Pompeo Inks Deal to Return to 'Grey's Anatomy'

Ellen Pompeo has inked a new deal to return to next season of "Grey's Anatomy," Variety has learned.The "Grey's Anatomy" star had signed a two-year contract back in 2014, which expired at the end of this season. This new deal guarantees that she'll back for the 13th season of "Grey's Anatomy," which will air in fall 2016.Pompeo is one of the hit medical drama's remaining original cast members, following the recent departure of Sara Ramirez at the end of season 12, who announced...


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