DO catch up with hunky ac­tor Ja­son Ge­orge

The doc­tor is in! And our pulses are rac­ing.

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Do you still en­joy Grey’s Anatomy af­ter six sea­sons of play­ing Dr Ben War­ren? I feel as if I’ve won the lot­tery of lot­ter­ies be­cause ev­ery­one in­volved – cast, crew, writ­ers and di­rec­tors – are such good peo­ple and so tal­ented. How was your first day on the Grey’s set? There’s the ner­vous­ness that comes from car­ing about what you do, and that gets you en­er­gised. Then there’s the ner­vous­ness where you overdo things. On my first day of work­ing with Chan­dra Wil­son, I got closer to the lat­ter than I’d like to ad­mit! What’s it like be­ing with the other cast mem­bers? Chan­dra and I joke around, and I tease her every chance I get. Sara Ramirez is al­ways good for a laugh (and she has a great laugh). Kevin Mck­idd is one of the most downto-earth peo­ple you’d ever want to have a beer with. And Gi­a­como Gian­niotti shares my warped sense of hu­mour! Do peo­ple call you Dr Ben when they recog­nise you? I usu­ally get “Dr Ben” or “Bai­ley’s hus­band”. How was it act­ing with Halle Berry on the thriller Kid­nap? Halle is one of the most beau­ti­ful women on the planet, but I was im­pressed by how hum­ble she is. Not to men­tion smart and so fun. What did you learn from work­ing with her? I watched Halle give 110% in phys­i­cally de­mand­ing scenes, take af­ter take. Many ac­tresses would have stopped af­ter a cer­tain point and said, “We’ve got it.” Halle is proof that suc­cess doesn’t have to make you soft or lazy.

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