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Eric Dane as Dr. Mark Sloan (McSteamy)

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Eric Dane appeared in "The Wonder Years" in 1993, followed by appearances on "Married... With Children", "Silk Stalkings" and "Roseanne", as well as roles in films like "Serving In Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story" (1995), "Seduced By Madness", "The Basket" (1999), was a regular cast member of ABC's "Gideon's Crossing" and "Charmed" 2003/2004.

He joined the case of "Grey's Anatomy" during episode "Yesterday". It was confirmed on TV Guide Online that he will be appearing in ALL of season 3.

Eric Dane's hometown is actually San Francisco, California. He is 30 years old, and has a younger brother, and his father is architect and interior designer in San Francisco.

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McSteamy Fogs Up "Grey's Anatomy"

By Natalie Finn

Grey's Anatomy is getting a new McCharacter. Well, not new exactly, but a familiar pretty face is about to become a permanent third-season fixture. Eric Dane is set to join the cast of the hit ABC drama, reprising his role as plastic surgeon Dr. Mark Sloan, Dr. McDreamy's ex-best friend whom Meredith, Izzie and their fellow female interns cleverly dubbed "McSteamy." Ooh, tension.

The fresh meat got his nickname when the ladies spied him stitching up his own face after Patrick Dempsey's Dr. Derek Shepherd spied him flirting with Meredith and let him have it. (Mark is a bad boy, having carried on an affair with Derek's wife, Addison, prompting the Shepherds' cross-country move to Seattle from New York. And Addison didn't seem too unhappy when he showed up in her neonatal unit last season, if you catch our drift.)

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