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Date of Birth

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Patrick [middle?] Dempsey

January 13, 1966

Lewiston, Maine

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Patrick Galen Dempsey (born January 13, 1966) is an American actor, known for his role as neurosurgeon Dr. Derek Shepherd ("McDreamy") on the medical drama Grey's Anatomy. Prior to Grey's Anatomy he made several television appearances and was nominated for an Emmy Award. He has also appeared in several films, including Sweet Home Alabama, Made of Honor, Valentine's Day, Flypaper, Freedom Writers and Transformers: Dark of the Moon.

 

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Background Information

Born Patrick Galen Dempsey

January 13, 1966

Lewiston, Maine, US

 

Occupation Actor/Race car driver

Years active 1985–present

 

Spouse Rocky Parker (1987–94)

Jillian Fink (1999–present)

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Early life

 

Dempsey was born in Lewiston, Maine, and grew up in Buckfield, Maine, the youngest of three children born to Amanda and William Dempsey.[1][2] He has Irish ancestry.[3] He attended Buckfield High School and St. Dominic Regional High School.[4] He was an adept juggler, tying for second in a national juggling competition.[5] He was also an accomplished skier and while in high school won the Maine state slalom championship.

 

As a child, Dempsey attended Camp Wekeela located in Hartford, Maine.

 

Dempsey was diagnosed with dyslexia at age twelve. He told Barbara Walters on her 2008 Oscar special that he thinks dyslexia "made him what he is today." “It’s given me a perspective of — you have to keep working,” Dempsey told Walters. “I have never given up.”[6]

 

Career

 

Early career

 

Dempsey was discovered by an invitation to audition for a role in the stage production of Torch Song Trilogy. His audition was successful, and he spent the following four months touring with the company in Philadelphia. Dempsey also appeared on ABC family on a show Overnight Success by Teri DeSario, where he sings and juggles. He followed this with another tour, Brighton Beach Memoirs, in the lead role, which was directed by Gene Saks. Dempsey has also made notable appearances in the stage productions of On Golden Pond, with the Maine Acting Company, and as Timmy (the Martin Sheen role) in a 1990 Off-Broadway revival of The Subject Was Roses co-starring with John Mahoney and Dana Ivey at the Roundabout Theatre in New York.

 

Dempsey's first major feature film role was at age 21 with Beverly D'Angelo in the movie In The Mood, the true World War II story about Ellsworth Wisecarver who had relationships with older married women which created a national uproar. This was followed by the teen comedy Can't Buy Me Love in 1987 with actress Amanda Peterson and Some Girls with Jennifer Connelly in 1988. This film was a flop. In 1989, he had the lead role in the film Loverboy with actress Kirstie Alley and Happy Together with actress Helen Slater. Although the teen comedy and romance roles led to Dempsey being somewhat typecast for a time, he was able to avoid playing the same character as his career progressed[citation needed].

 

1990s and 2000s

 

Dempsey made a number of featured appearances in television in the 1990s; he was cast several times in pilots that were not picked up for a full season, including lead roles in the TV versions of the films The Player and About A Boy. However he received good reviews[citation needed] as he portrayed real-life mob boss, Meyer Lansky in 1991, when Mobsters was put on the screen. His first major television role was a recurring role as Will's closeted sportscaster boyfriend on Will & Grace. He went on to play the role of Aaron Brooks, Lily & Judy's psychologically unbalanced brother, on Once & Again. Dempsey received an Emmy[7] nomination in 2001 as Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for the role of Aaron. In 1993, he played a young John F. Kennedy in the 2-part TV mini-series JFK: Reckless Youth. In 2000, he also had a role as Detective Kincaid on Scream 3.

 

Dempsey had a high-profile role as the fiance of Reese Witherspoon's character in Sweet Home Alabama. In 2004, he co-starred in the highly acclaimed HBO production, Iron Jawed Angels, opposite Hilary Swank and Anjelica Huston. He also appeared as special guest star in The Practice for 3 episodes finale season (8x13-8x15), as a married man who murdered his lover.

 

In 2007, Dempsey starred in the Disney film Enchanted, and the Paramount Pictures film Freedom Writers where he reunited with his Iron Jawed Angels co-star Hilary Swank. He also voiced the character Kenai in Brother Bear 2. Dempsey's most recent roles include the 2008 film Made of Honor as Tom and the 2010's romantic comedy Valentine's Day; the latter film, directed by Garry Marshall, follows five interconnecting stories about Los Angelinos anticipating (or in some cases dreading) the holiday of love.[8]

 

Universal Pictures acquired the rights to the prize-winning novel The Art of Racing in the Rain in July 2009, for Dempsey to star in.[9] The project has not been able to find a director.[10] Dempsey starred as antagonist Dylan Gould in the 2011 movie Transformers: Dark of the Moon.[11][12]

 

 

Grey's Anatomy

 

Dempsey has received significant public attention for his role as Dr. Derek Shepherd in the drama Grey's Anatomy. Prior to landing the role of Derek Shepherd, Dempsey auditioned for the role of Dr. Gregory House on another medical show, House. Initially a midseason replacement, the show was very well received and has become a highly rated program. Dempsey's character Derek is often referred to as "McDreamy" and has received press attention for his sex appeal. Dempsey also appeared in one episode of Private Practice, playing the same character as in Grey's Anatomy.[13]

 

Dempsey was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama at the 2006 Golden Globes for the role. His success on the show has led to his becoming a spokesman for Mazda and State Farm Insurance. Regarding the eighth season, Dempsey stated that, "It will be my last. I do not know about the other characters. But for me it's over."[14][15][16] But, after this comment stirred up some fans, his publicist released a statement saying that Dempsey's comments were somewhat taken out of context. His rep claims that he was referring to his contract ending next season and that it's uncertain what he will do next. On June 30, 2011 Dempsey announced on Lopez Tonight that he will be returning to the show for season 8.

 

Other work

 

He has been the face of L'Oreal and Versace and was featured in ads for Serengeti sun glasses. In November 2008 he launched an Avon fragrance named Unscripted, and due to its success a second fragrance named Patrick Dempsey 2 was launched in October 2009.[dated info]

 

Personal life

 

Dempsey was diagnosed with dyslexia at age 12. As a result, it is necessary for him to memorize all his lines in order to perform, even for auditions where he was unlikely to get the part.[17][18]

 

Entertainment Weekly put Dempsey's hair on its end-of-the-decade "best-of" list, saying, "What made Grey's Anatomy a mega-medi-hit? It could have something to do with creator Shonda Rhimes' scalpel-sharp writing…or McDreamy's impossibly luxurious man hair. Just saying."[19] In 2005, People magazine ranked him second in its annual list of "Sexiest Men Alive"[20] and again in 2006.[21]

 

 

Marriages and family

 

He has been married twice. In 1987, he married actress and acting coach Rocky Parker (born 26 February 1939 in Brooklyn, New York). She was his best friend's mother and appeared with Dempsey in the film In the Mood. The couple divorced in 1994.

 

On July 31, 1999, Dempsey married Jillian Fink. The couple have three children, daughter Tallulah Fyfe (born 20 February 2002) and twins Sullivan Patrick and Darby Galen (born 1 February 2007). The family resides in Malibu and also has a home in Texas. They own a farmhouse in Maine as well, but that property is currently for sale.

 

Race car driver

 

Dempsey enjoys auto racing in his spare time, having driven the pace car in the Indianapolis 500, and raced in the Rolex 24 at Daytona sports car race and Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 off-road race. He was a co-owner of the Vision Racing IndyCar Series team and current owner of Dempsey Racing, which is presently racing two Mazda RX-8 cars in the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series GT class. He participates in this series as often as his schedule allows, as he is unable to race while filming a movie due to insurance issues. In 2009, he raced a Team Seattle Advanced Engineering Ferrari F430 GT in the 2009 24 Hours of Le Mans's GT2 class, and finished ninth in class.[22]

 

Dempsey announced he would be in the 2011 Rolex 24 at Daytona along with other races throughout the season in a Mazda RX-8.[23] Dempsey finished in third place in the GT Class of the Rolex 24 at Daytona.

 

In 2012, Dempsey will compete in the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge behind the wheel of an Aston Martin Racing-Multimatic Motorsports Aston Martin Vantage GT4, which, after 5 successful racing seasons in Europe, will be making its debut on American tracks.

 

Dempsey is also known to have a collection of sports and collector cars.

 

Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing and Dempsey Challenge

 

In 1997, Dempsey's mother was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. She was treated for the disease and had two relapses and had it treated another two times. In response to his mother's bouts with cancer, Dempsey helped start the Patrick Dempsey Center at Central Maine Medical Center in his home town of Lewiston, Maine. In October 2009 when Dempsey introduced the first Dempsey Challenge, registration was closed after reaching the goal of 3,500 cyclists, runners and walkers. The event raised more than $1 million for the cancer center. His mother was in the crowd as Dempsey finished his 50-mile ride.[24] The Challenge has since become an annual October event presented by Amgen in the Lewiston-Auburn area.[25]

 

Filmography

 

Film

Year Film Role Notes

1985

The Stuff Underground Stuff buyer #2 

Heaven Help Us Corbet 

1986

Meatballs III: Summer Job Rudy 

1987

Can't Buy Me Love Ronald Miller Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy

In the Mood Ellsworth 'Sonny' Wisecarver 

1988

Some Girls Michael 

In a Shallow Grave Daventry Limited release

1989

Loverboy Randy Bodek 

Happy Together Christopher Wooden 

1990

Coupe de Ville Robert 'Bobby' Libner 

1991

Mobsters Meyer Lansky 

Run Charlie Farrow 

1993

Bank Robber Billy 

1994

With Honors Everett Calloway 

Ava's Magical Adventure Jeffrey 

1995

Outbreak Jimbo Scott 

1997

Hugo Pool Floyd Gaylen Limited release

1998

Denial Sam 

The Treat Mike Jonathan Gems film

There's No Fish Food in Heaven The Stranger aka Life in the Fast Lane

1999

Me and Will Fast Eddie 

2000

Scream 3 Det. Mark Kincaid 

2002

Sweet Home Alabama Andrew Hennings 

2003

Lucky 7 Peter Connor 

The Emperor's Club Older Louis Masoudi 

2004

Iron Jawed Angels Ben Weissman 

2006

Brother Bear 2 Kenai Voice only

Shade Paul Parker Short film

2007

Freedom Writers Scott Casey 

Enchanted Robert Philip Nominated—MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss (with Amy Adams)

2008

Made of Honor Tom Bailey 

2010

Valentine's Day Harrison Copeland 

Easy A Himself Archive footage; scene taken from Can't Buy Me Love

2011

Transformers: Dark of the Moon Dylan Gould 

Flypaper Tripp

 

Television

 

Year Title Role Notes

1986

A Fighting Choice Kellin Taylor TV movie

Fast Times Mike Damone Television series

1989

The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! The Plant 1 episode

1990

The General Motors Playwrights Theater  1 episode "Merry Christmas, Baby"

1993

For Better and for Worse Robert Faldo TV movie

JFK: Reckless Youth John F. Kennedy Miniseries

1995

Bloodknot Tom TV movie

1996

The Right to Remain Silent Tom Harris TV movie

A Season in Purgatory Harrison Burns Miniseries

1997

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Pierre Arronax Miniseries

The Escape Clayton TV movie

The Player Griffin Mill TV movie

1998

The Bible: Jeremiah Jeremiah TV movie

Crime and Punishment Raskolnikov  

2000

Will and Grace Matthew 2000–2001 (3 episodes)

2000 Once and Again Aaron Brooks 2000–2002 (4 episodes)

Nominated—Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series

2001

Blonde Cass Miniseries

Karen Sisco Carl 1 episode

About a Boy Carl TV movie

2004

Iron Jawed Angels Ben Weissman TV movie

The Practice Dr. Paul Stewart 3 episodes

2005–present

Grey's Anatomy Dr. Derek Shepherd 2005–present (146 episodes)

Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Cast in a Drama Series (2006)

People's Choice Award for Favorite Male TV Star (2007, 2008)

Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series (2005, 2006)

Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Cast in a Drama Series (2006, 2008)

Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series (2005)

Nominated—People's Choice Award for Favorite Male TV Star (2009)

2009 Private Practice Dr. Derek Shepherd TV episode ("The Ex-Life")

 

- 2011 Transformers: Dark of the Moon

 

References

 

1.^ "Patrick Dempsey Biography (1956–)". Filmreference.com. http://www.filmreference.com/film/72/Patrick-Dempsey.html. Retrieved 2011-04-22.

2.^ Dunham, Chris (2009-07-11). "'McDreamy' Could Have Been a Schlossnagle". Genealogywise.com. http://www.genealogywise.com/profiles/blogs/mcdreamy-could-have-been-a. Retrieved 2011-04-22.

3.^ "100 Top Irish-Americans!!!". Rincenatiarna. 2006-03-17. http://www.rincenatiarna.com/archives.cfm. Retrieved 2007-01-08.

4.^ Dempsey Challenge website bio. Retrieved 2011-01-18.

5.^ 1981 Juniors Championship of the International Jugglers' Association (IJA), http://www.juggle.org/history/champs/champs1981.php

6.^ "‘Grey’s Anatomy's’ Dempsey has dyslexia". MSN. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11610814.

7.^ Patrick Dempsey Emmy Winner

8.^ Matt Mitovich (8 July 2009). "Grey's Stars Dempsey and Dane Celebrate Valentine's Day". TVGuide.com. http://movies.tvguide.com/Movie-News/Dempsey-Dane-Valentines-1007819.aspx. Retrieved 2009-07-08.

9.^ Fleming, Michael (July 15, 2009), "Dempsey shifts gears for Universal", Variety

10.^ Boucher, Geoff (July 25, 2011), "Dempsey hopes to leave 'McDreamy' in rearview", Chicago Tribune

11.^ "Patrick Dempsey & Transformers – McDreamy’s Transforming Role". National Ledger. May 6, 2010. http://www.nationalledger.com/artman/publish/article_272631647.shtml. Retrieved May 12, 2010.

12.^ "Patrick Dempsey: From McDreamy To ‘Transformers 3’". Access Hollywood. 2010-05-11. http://www.accesshollywood.com/patrick-dempsey-from-mcdreamy-to-transformers-3_article_31946. Retrieved 2011-04-22.

13.^ "Greys Anatomy". Grey's Anatomy = ____.

14.^ Jacobbi, Paola (May 31, 2011). "Patrick Dempsey, "Grey's Anatomy farewell". Italian Vanity Fair. http://translate.google.com/translate?js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&sl=it&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.vanityfair.it%2Fpeople%2Fmondo%2F2011%2F05%2F31%2Fpatrick-dempsey-greys-anatomy&act=url. Retrieved June 1, 2011.  Pg. 2/10

15.^ Chaney, Jen (June 1, 2011). "Joey McIntyre and wife welcome baby girl; Patrick Dempsey leaving ‘Grey’s Anatomy’". The Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/celebritology/post/joey-mcintyre-and-wife-welcome-baby-girl-patrick-dempsey-leaving-greys-anatomy/2011/06/01/AGHgOFGH_blog.html. Retrieved June 1, 2011.

16.^ Ausiello, Michael (May 31, 2011). "Patrick Dempsey On Grey's Anatomy Future: Season 8 Will Be 'My Last'". TV Line. http://www.tvline.com/2011/05/patrick-dempsey-greys-anatomy-leaving-vanity-fair/. Retrieved June 1, 2011.

17.^ USA WEEKEND Magazine[dead link]

18.^ Hitti, Miranda (2006-03-02). "Patrick Dempsey Reveals His Dyslexia". Webmd.com. http://www.webmd.com/parenting/news/20060302/patrick-dempsey-reveals-his-dyslexia. Retrieved 2011-04-22.

19.^ Geier, Thom, Jeff Jensen, Tina Jordan, Margaret Lyons, Adam Markovitz, Chris Nashawaty, Whitney Pastorek, Lynette Rice, Josh Rottenberg, Missy Schwartz, Michael Slezak, Dan Snierson, Tim Stack, Kate Stroup, Ken Tucker, Adam B. Vary, Simon Vozick-Levinson, and Kate Ward "100 Greatest Movies, TV Shows, and More: ... 69. Patrick Dempsey's hair", Entertainment Weekly, December 11, 2009, (1079/1080):74-84. Retrieved 2011-01-13.

20.^ "The Sexiest Men Alive 2005 - Patrick Dempsey". People. November 15, 2005. http://www.people.com/people/gallery/0,,1113899_1129983,00.html#971908. Retrieved January 14, 2012.

21.^ "The Sexiest Men Alive 2006 - Patrick Dempsey". People. November 15, 2006. http://www.people.com/people/package/sma2006/gallery/0,,1539441_1559557_2,00.html. Retrieved January 14, 2012.

22.^ Leveridge, Adam (2009-04-01). "Gigawave replaced by SAE at Le Mans". Autosport.com. http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/74133. Retrieved 2011-04-22.

23.^ Pettit, Vince (2010-12-01). "Patrick Dempsey Returns to Track". The Checkered Flag. http://www.thecheckeredflag.co.uk/2010/12/patrick-dempsey-returns-to-track. Retrieved 2011-04-22.

24.^ "Thousands Enjoy Dempsey Challenge". WMTW.com. 2009-10-05. http://www.wmtw.com/r/21200685/detail.html. Retrieved 2011-04-22.

25.^ "The Dempsey Challenge". www.dempseychallenge.org. http://www.dempseychallenge.org/about-the-dempsey-challenge. Retrieved 2011-04-22.

 

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Year

1985

1985

1986

1986

1986

           

Title

Heaven Help Us

The Stuff

Fast Times (TV series)

A Fighting Choice

Meatballs III: Summer Job

Role

Corbet

Underground Stuff shopper #2

Mike Damone

Kellin Taylor

Rudy

Year

1987

1987

1988

1988

1989

           

Title

Can't Buy Me Love

In the Mood

In a Shallow Grave

Some Girls

Loverboy

Role

Ronald Miller

Ellsworth "Sonny" Wisecarver

Daventry

Michael

Randy Bodek

Year

1989

1990

1991

1991

1991

           

Title

Happy Together

Coupe de Ville

Merry Christmas Baby (TV movie)

Run

Mobsters

Role

Christopher Wooden

Robert "Bobby" Libner

uncredited

Charlie Farrow

Meyer Lansky

Year

1993

1993

1993

1993

1994

           

Title

For Better and for Worse (TV movie)

Face the Music

J.F.K.: Reckless Youth (TV movie)

Bank Robber

Ava's Magical Adventure

Role

Robert Faldo

Charlie Hunter

John F. Kennedy

Billy

Jeffrey

Year

1994

1995

1995

1996

1996

           

Title

With Honors

Bloodknot

Outbreak

The Right to Remain Silent (TV movie)

A Season in Purgatory (TV movie)

Role

Everett Calloway

Tom

Jimbo Scott

Tom Harris

Harrison Burns

Year

1997

1997

1997

1997

1997

           

Title

The Escape (TV movie)

The Player (TV movie)

Odd Jobs

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (TV movie)

Hugo Pool

Role

Clayton

Griffin Mill

uncredited

Pierre Arronax

Floyd Gaylen

Year

1998

1998

1998

1998

1998

           

Title

Denial

The Treat

Crime and Punishment (TV movie)

There's No Fish Food in Heaven

Jeremiah (TV movie)

Role

Sam

Mike

Rodya Raskolnikov

The Stranger

Jeremiah

Year

1999

2000

2000-2001

2001

2001

           

Title

Me and Will

Scream 3

Will & Grace (TV series)

Chestnut Hill (TV movie)

Blonde (TV movie)

Role

Fast Eddie

Det. Mark Kincaid

Matthew (multiple episodes)

Michael Eastman

Cass

Year

2002

2002

2000-2002

2002

2002

           

Title

Corsairs (TV movie)

Rebellion

Once and Again (TV series)

The Emperor's Club

Sweet Home Alabama

Role

uncredited

Tyler Rae

Aaron Brooks (multiple episodes)

Older Louis Masoudi

Andrew Hennings

Year

2003

2003

2004

2004

2006

           

Title

About a Boy (TV movie)

Lucky 7 (TV movie)

Iron Jawed Angels (TV movie)

The Practice (TV series)

Shade

Role

Will

Peter Connor

Ben Weissman

Dr. Paul Stewart (multiple episodes)

Paul Parker

Year

2006

2005-

Coming

Coming

 
           

Title

Brother Bear 2

Grey's Anatomy (TV series)

Freedom Writers

Enchanted

 

Role

Kenai (voice)

Dr. Derek Shepherd

 

Robert

 

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