- All of the long-running main characters of ER went through some serious journeys throughout the show, and two of the most epic odysseys belonged to Abby Lockhart and Luka Kovac. Luka and Abby were kind of the Doug and Carol of ER 's later years; they were on and off and had a ton of ups and downs, but they always seemed to be drawn back to one another.
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- Susan Lewis. , moved to Phoenix, Arizona, in the Season 3 episode "Union Station." In 2001, Stringfield returned to the series, reprising her role of Dr. Lewis, in the Season 8 episode "Never Say Never."
- Anna Del Amico. for one season, Maria Bellowas not a part of the ensemble cast when Season 5began. Like Susan Lewis's second exit, her character's departure was mentioned but not depicted; in the season premiere, "Day for Knight," Carterexplains to new medical student Lucy Knightthat the locker she is inheriting used to belong to Anna Del Amico, who is working in a pediatric ER back in Philadelphia, where she has family and a boyfriend.
- Doug Ross. , quit before being fired by County for his involvement in a patient's death. Clooney made a brief reappearance in the Season 6episode "Such Sweet Sorrow" when his character reunited with Carol Hathaway.
- Jeanie Boulet. , decided to become a stay-at-home mom and care for her newly adopted HIV-positive baby. She returned in season 14for one episode with her HIV positive child.
ER aired on NBC from September 19, 1994, to April 2, 2009, and focuses on the lives of the doctors and nurses of the fictional emergency room located at Chicago's County General Hospital. The series lasted for fifteen seasons, and none of the main characters, who received starring billing at some point of the series, is featured in all fifteen ...
The original starring cast consisted of Anthony Edwards as Dr. Mark Greene, George Clooney as Dr. Douglas "Doug" Ross, Sherry Stringfield as Dr. Susan Lewis, Noah Wyle as medical student (later Dr.) John Carter, and Eriq La Salle as Dr. Peter Benton.
ER (TV Series 1994–2009) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
The third of these is called Main Character Approach, and it is a structural choice between characters who prefer to solve problems by taking direct action (do-er) or by affecting others (be-er). Some of the characters you create as an author will be Do-ers who try to accomplish their purposes through activities (by doing things).
- Dr. John Carter. You are an idealist who believes in fighting the good fight. You might piss off your parents, your teachers, and your bosses from time to time with your brazenness, but your intentions are always in the right place, even when it angers authority figures.
- Dr. Kerry Weaver. You are the no-nonsense person in charge and you like it that way — after all, if you didn't take care of EVERYTHING, then who would? Work often gets in the way of your personal life, and it often takes the intervention of those closest to you to slow down and enjoy life.
- Nurse Abby Lockheart. Your romantic life is a hot mess. Your career is a hot mess. Everything is just a hot mess. You just keep holding on to the knowledge that some day, it will all work out...
- Dr. Luka Kovac. You are brilliant, romantic, and deeply poetic. However, your vices get in the way, and you have trouble opening up to people. When you do finally let others in, the results are beautiful.
Mar 30, 2009 · Lucy Knight - While many of us found third-year medical student Lucy Knight to be a royal pain in the ass (Carter included), her death at the hands of a patient was downright shocking. Sure, we all knew Kellie Martin, the actress who played Knight, wanted to leave the show. The way it was done, though, was just unnerving.
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