'Grey's Anatomy' provides great learning: Chandra
New Delhi: It's been 14 years since 'Grey's Anatomy' made its way to the small screen, and won hearts by narrating complex journey of medics while tackling complex issues. Actor Chandra Wilson, who has been associated with the medical drama since its inception in 2005, says the long run of the show has unfolded many opportunities to learn and grow for people associated with showbiz.
"As an early and a new actor, you always kind of dream of doing TV series at some point of time. When 'Grey's Anatomy' came along my way, that was one of the last things on my list of things as an actor that I had done yet. So, I came from a place where all the jobs were same with same level of learning and same level of credibility, whether it is theatre, TV or films," Wilson said.
Shonda Rhimes-created 'Grey's Anatomy', which airs in India on Zee Cafe, has attained the status of TV's longest-running prime time medical drama.