Campbell as Liz Shepherd (ABC)
Updated December 5:
Spoiler Alert! According to The Huffington Post, Campbell's character, Liz, is brought to Seattle Grace by Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) after Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Jackson (Jesse Williams) discover they can save Derek's (Patrick Dempsey) hand with a nerve transplant from a close relative. Liz is a match, and agrees to have nerves taken from both calves to be put in Derek's hand. Reportedly, Liz is outspoken and has some conflict with sibling, Derek, who basically acted like a parent to her growing up.
Updated November 27:
ABC has released photos with a first look at Neve Campbell as Derek's (Patrick Dempsey) sister, Liz Shepherd, on "Grey's Anatomy." Soaps.com has posted one - check it out!
Updated November 20:
Neve Campbell will first appear on the December 6 episode of "Grey's Anatomy," and will be playing the role of Liz Shepherd.
Original article October 11:
According to TV Line, actress Neve Campbell, best known for her role in the "Scream" movies and her stint as Julia Salinger on "Party of Five," has signed on to appear on "Grey's Anatomy" for multiple episodes. Campbell will be playing one of Dr. Derek Shepherd's (Patrick Dempsey) four sisters. We've previously seen two of Derek's sisters, Nancy (Embeth Davitz) and Amelia (Caterina Scarsone) who is a regular character on "GA's" sister show, "Private Practice." That means Campbell could be playing his sister Kathleen, a psychiatrist, who potentially could help him as he struggles with the ramifications of the serious hand injury he sustained in the plane crash, or Derek's fourth sibling who has never been named onscreen. Campbell will be on at least two episodes.
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