According to People magazine, Jeffrey Dean Morgan lost 40 pounds by eating a can of tuna a day for his role in the mini series, Texas Rising, on the History Channel. The actor, who is well known by fans of Grey’s Anatomy, said he lost the rapid weight because his character had consumption. Show More Summary
Jeffrey Dean Morgan chose a tuna diet for his 40-pound weight loss goal. But in retrospect, the Grey’s Anatomy star says that he never wants to see another can of tuna after limiting himself to only one can a day on a dangerously drastic plan, reported E News. Show More Summary
Former "Grey's Anatomy" star Jeffrey Dean Morgan revealed he lost about 40 pounds for his role on the new miniseries, "Texas Rising." To play the part of Erastus "Deaf" Smith, a character with tuberculosis, the 49-year-old actor admitted on "Today" that he went about shedding the weight in an extreme way. "He had a consumption of tuberculosis. Show More Summary
Holy tuna cow! When Jeffrey Dean Morgan was cast in the History Channel's new drama Texas Rising, producers suggested that he lose a little weight for his role. However, the Grey's Anatomy actor took the instruction a little too seriously. He confessed that instead of only dropping the 10 pounds producers suggested, he shed 40+ — and you'll [...]
Jeffrey S. Akman, M.D., vice president for health affairs at the George Washington University (GW) and dean of the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, was sworn in as a new member of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS on May 21, 2015.
Acting on "Grey's Anatomy" was pretty great for Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Not only is he forever cemented as one of the show's most memorable characters -- Denny Duquette, the dying patient who Dr. Izzie Stevens risks her job to save -- but...Show More Summary
Bill Paxton, Brendan Fraser, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and more star in the ten hour event series The post Head Back to 1836 in the Texas Rising Trailer appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
As he strolls the fields of his own spring camp at Roger Dean Stadium, Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria is not oblivious to the buzz.
Dr. Jeffrey G. Wong will join Penn State Hershey as associate dean for medical education at the University Park Regional Campus of Penn State College of Medicine on July 1.
University of Maryland School of Medicine (UM SOM) Dean E. Albert Reece, MD, PhD, MBA, and Jeffrey A. Rivest, MS, President and Chief Executive Officer of University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), today announced the official launch...Show More Summary
Freed from Magic City, Jeffrey Dean Morgan will join season two of Extant as JD Richter, a cop from the future who meets his match in Halle Berry’s Molly Woods. Deadline describes Morgan’s character as “roguish womanizer” and “a freewheeling,...Show More Summary
The CBS drama series Extant stars Halle Berry as an astronaut who may be the only hope for survival of the human race The post Jeffrey Dean Morgan Joins the Cast of Extant appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan is joining the cast of Halle Berry's summer sci-fi series Extantfor Season 2, CBS announced Thursday. The Grey's Anatomy and Supernatural alum will play JD Richter, who is described as a "roguish womanizer and a cop of the future" who is a mercenary and a bounty hunter. A big... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Extant Jeffrey Dean Morgan
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Magic City alum Jeffrey Dean Morgan is set to co-star opposite Halle Berry on the CBS summer drama series Extant. Morgan is expected to play the male lead on the sci-fi series’ second season. His character, JD Richter, is a roguish womanizer...Show More Summary
The cast for the next Marilyn Monroe miniseries is rounding itself out. The A.V. Club is reporting that Jeffrey Dean Morgan, formerly of Starz Networks’ Magic City, has been tapped to portray Marilyn Monroe’s second husband. The four-hour...Show More Summary
It looks like Watchmen?s ?The Comedian? is taking on the role of a baseball God. That?s right, Jeffrey Dean Morgan is ready to put on his cleats and play a famous baseball player in an upcoming miniseries. He's joining an already impressive cast. Click To Continue Reading
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Starz's Magic City is coming back — as a movie. The film, which will be penned and directed by creator Mitch Glazer, is set to bring back much of the original cast — including star Jeffrey Dean Morgan — of the TV series, which concluded in 2013. Show More Summary