Kelly McCreary leaves ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ after nine seasons as Maggie Pearce
Exclusive: The Gray Sloan Memorial will lose two of Ellis Gray’s daughters this season. Kelly McCrearySince the end of season 10, she has played Maggie Pearce, the half-sister of Meredith Gray (Ellen Pompeo) and the hospital’s head of cardiothoracic surgery. Grey’s Anatomy 9 years later. Her final episode as a regular on her series will air on her April 13th. .
“After nine seasons, we say goodbye to the families of Maggie Pierce and Gray Sloane,” McCreary said. Grey’s Anatomy Creator/Executive Producer Shonda Rhimes, Executive Producer/Showrunner Krista Vernoff and ABC have given us the opportunity to be a part of the long-running medical drama ‘Legendary Television Agency’ “Playing Maggie Pearce has been one of the true joys of my life and I leave with deep gratitude for every step of this journey. (You can read the full text of McCreary’s farewell message below, and get a look at her personality over the years.)
So was the case with Meredith Gray’s Pompeo left Seattle for the midseason premierepierced grays Exits are also carefully planned. We are told that she approached the producers in advance of her desire to seek and pursue another opportunity. As a result, Season 19 of Maggie her arc Gray was created as the character’s final chapter in Her Throne, building for her next exit. Its final storyline largely revolves around Maggie and Winston deepening their marital problems.
“Kelly McCreary is a writer’s dream come true. Brilliant, sensitive, thoughtful and kind,” Barnoff said. “We are her and her beautifully crafted Dr. Maggie Pearce.”
Known for her perfectionism and desire to control, Maggie was introduced in the penultimate episode of season ten. her late mother, Ellis Gray (Kate Burton);
McCreary returned for Season 11, starting out as a regular and quickly being promoted to series regular. She’s been a member of the core cast ever since, only taking a brief hiatus at the start of Season 18 in Fall 2021, and gave birth to her first child with director Pete Chatmon. Grey’s Anatomy.
Over the years, Maggie has had many heartbreaks. She was with her mother when she lost her battle with cancer. She also met her cousin, who later died on the operating table.
Maggie had several relationships, especially with DeLuca and Jackson, until she met Winston, one of the Tufts residents.they got married grays The Covid-themed Season 17 will feature two weddings. One takes place in Meredith’s backyard, the other hers on the beach.
The first sign of problems with Maggie and Winston came in the season 18 finale when he wondered if the two hadn’t gotten married too soon without getting to know each other better. quickly dispelled her doubts with an emotional speech about
However, Winston’s well-intentioned idea of changing his specialty and quitting cardio to protect his marriage soon created a new rift. Winston and Maggie successfully performed the first-of-its-kind and dangerous partial heart transplant surgery on a newborn baby, becoming a specialist. However, they continued to drift apart, resulting in her moving in with Amelia and seeking advice. from her dad.
At the end of last week’s episode, Maggie tearfully told Richard how he and Katherine knew what they were going through was “just a rough patch and nothing more… malignant.” Richard was relieved, but the exchange sounded ominous as his words intertwined with Meredith’s narration at the end of the episode. But you and Weston have so much love between you, so whatever it is, you’ll get over it. I know you will.” Or medical progress, disease wins. ”
Kelly McCreary on vacation Grey’s Anatomy:
After nine seasons, we say goodbye to Maggie Pierce and her Gray Sloane family. It’s an honor to be part of such a legendary TV station as Grey’s Anatomy. I will always be grateful to Shonda Rhimes, Krista Vernoff and ABC for giving me this opportunity and to my incredible fans for their unbelievable support. Nine years of exploring characters inside and out while bringing impactful stories to audiences around the world is a rare gift. I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating, learning and being inspired by countless incredible artists both in front of and behind the camera. Playing Maggie Pearce has been one of the true joys of my life, and I depart with deep gratitude for every step of this journey. Excited for this next chapter, and the future awaits.
McCreary’s Photo Gallery Grey’s Anatomy Journey as Maggie Pearce: