Look At Your Favorite Doctors From ‘ER’ Then And Now.
For 15 years, the personal drama and medical turmoil of Chicago's County General kept us captivated each and every Thursday night. ER wasn't just a show, it was an institution: Casual TV-lovers were into it because of the romantic and personal chaos on the show, and folks who loved medical television simply couldn't get over the accuracy of the procedures in the hospital.
Long story short, ER was the best medical drama of all time (Sorry, Grey's Anatomy), and it's been seven years since we've caught up with anyone from County General -- and even longer for our favorite characters who left the show before it ended. Find out what happened to Dr. Doug Ross, Dr. Mark Green, and nurse Carol Hathaway (not to mention a few other fan-favorites) below.
We all remember Dr. Mark Greene.
Played by Anthony Edwards, we all wept openly when his character, Dr. Mark Greene, died of a brain tumor. Coincidentally, ER's great ratings started to drop after he left the show.
Edwards left the show in 2002.
After that, he spent his time trying to build a film career. He actually reprised the character of Dr. Mark Greene in 2008, for a flashback sequence in the last season of the show.
Who could forget Dr. Doug Ross?
George Clooney was the smoking hot doctor that wasn't on the show for very long, but also made a huge impact.
He went on to become, well, George Clooney.
Actor, director, writer, activist, stone cold fox and all-around cool dude, Clooney is still one of the highest paid actors in the game.
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