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    Chandra Wilson And Kevin McKidd To Direct Grey's Anatomy. - Grey's Anatomy News -

    Chandra Wilson And Kevin McKidd To Direct Grey's Anatomy.

    Wednesday, February 06 2013

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    Behind the cameras.

    Updated February 6 2013:

    Chandra Wilson will be directing another episode of "Grey's Anatomy" this season. According to a report by TV Guide, the episode will include a shocking happening that occurs in the conference room, and is set to air in mid-March.

    Updated November 14:

    Chandra Wilson directs and acts in the upcoming November 15 episode of "Grey's Anatomy," which will surround the story of a patient who suffers from Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome. Wilson's own daughter was diagnosed with the condition. Afterward, Wilson became an ambassador for the CVS charity organization. Wilson will appear in a brief public service announcement about the syndrome following the show.

    Original article August 10:

    On the heels of the news that Debbie Allen will direct an episode of Grey's Anatomy, comes word that "GA" actors Chandra Wilson (Bailey) and Kevin McKidd (Owen) will also direct again in Season 9. According to TV Line, McKidd will get behind the cameras for his fourth time, and Wilson for her seventh time, though which episodes they will be helming isn't yet known.

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