Sandra Oh says intense fame from ‘Gray’s Anatomy’ led her to hunt remedy

Oh appeared on “Sunday Right this moment” over the weekend with Willie Geist, the place she spoke about dropping her privateness when she first turned well-known. Oh, who performed Dr. Cristina Yang for the primary 10 seasons of The ABC medical drama, mentioned all of it occurred so quick.

“To be completely trustworthy, it was traumatic,” she mentioned. “The rationale why I am saying that’s the circumstances it’s essential do your work is with lots of privateness.”

She continued, “So when one loses one’s anonymity, you need to construct abilities to nonetheless attempt to be actual. I went from not with the ability to exit, like hiding in eating places, to then with the ability to handle consideration, handle expectation, whereas not dropping the sense of self.”

She was ready to deal with the assistance of a therapist.

“I am not joking. It’s totally, crucial,” she mentioned. “You simply must work at discovering your technique to keep grounded. And lots of instances that is by saying no.”

Oh introduced her departure from the present in 2013. She landed 5 Emmy nominations and a Golden Globe Award for her efficiency on the present.

Whereas Season 17 of “Gray’s” noticed the return of Sarah Drew as April Kepner, Patrick Dempsey as Derek Shepherd, T.R. Knight as George O’Malley, Chyler Leigh as Lexie Gray, and Eric Dane as Mark Sloan, Oh has not returned.

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