“We’re really trying to find out now.”

"We're really trying to find out now."

Ellen Pompeo was featured as Dr. Meredith Gray pretty successful at ABCs Grey’s Anatomy. However, the 51-year-old actress has yet to determine if the longest-running prime-time medical drama on television extends beyond season 17, which premieres next month.

“We honestly haven’t made up our minds. We’re really trying to find out now,” Pompeo said in an interview with CBS Sunday morning. “”It’s the story we tell. How do we do this to end a show by this icon? I just want to make sure we do this character and this show and the fans [justice]… I want to make sure we’re getting it right. “

Pompeo also shared about her challenging childhood in the working class town of Everett outside of Boston. She says her youth were largely shaped by the death of her mother.

“I was pretty sad as a kid,” said Pompeo. “My sisters or my family may have different impressions of me, but I definitely had a very sad childhood because I lost my mother when I was 4. It shapes your entire existence, I think.”

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Her mother’s death was the motivation for Pompeo to get out and make her own way in a place that would not consume her with grief.

“I think it probably got me out of there. This place was sad to me, so I might be thinking somewhere else, but it would be better,” explained Pompeo, who now has three children of his own with husband Chris Ivery whom he is She married in 2007. “Fortunately, I found a way to monetize all of my emotions.”

Pompeo fought for a higher paycheck to keep Dr. Playing Meredith Gray in Gray's Anatomy. (Photo: Bonnie Osborne / ABC via Getty Images)

Pompeo fought for a higher paycheck to keep Dr. Playing Meredith Gray Grey’s Anatomy. (Photo: Bonnie Osborne / ABC via Getty Images)

But the journey to fame did not go smoothly. As a struggling actor, Pompeo was cut from “a series of films” and originally played the role of Dr. Meredith Gray, a surgical intern in the Grey’s Anatomy Pilot because she needed the money.

“Then it got to the point where I needed money, so I did that Grey’s’ Pilot. I said, “I don’t want to be stuck on a medical show for six years. I don’t think I will be happy. I think I’ll be bored, “she recalled. But she followed her agent’s advice to go on the gig, which he assumed would” last a month or six weeks at most, and these things never go. “

But here we go, and 17 years later, Pompeo makes $ 20 million a year for her work on the show. Still, this financial privilege was not easy. Pompeo had to prove to the network that she had earned her high paycheck.

“I had a very specific number that I can see Grey’s Anatomy generated. I can see exactly how much this show means to one of the largest companies in the world, “she explained.

While the world always calls her Dr. May identify with Meredith Gray, the actress says she refuses to limit herself to her most famous role.

“I looked at myself like I was in a box when I was 35 years old. Now I’m 50 and I would never see myself like that,” said Pompeo. “Wisdom comes with age. Now I see it that I can do anything I want or do nothing at all.”

Of course, it is unlikely that she will do anything at all. On Saturday, just one day before the 2021 Golden Globes, she posted an open letter to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and White Hollywood on Instagram, pointing out the organization’s lack of diversity. In a newer Los Angeles Times articleThe HFPA was found to have no black members among its 87 journalists.

“I would like to ask all of my white colleagues in this industry, an industry that we love and that has given us a tremendous privilege … to solve, emerge, and solve this problem,” wrote Pompeo. “Let’s show our black colleagues that this is important to us and that we are ready to do the work to correct the mistakes we have made. Now is no time to be silent. We have a real action item here that we can get done. “

Pompeo was not alone in criticizing the HFPA. Sterling K. Brown, Kerry Washington, Jurnee Smollett, Amy Schumer, and Dakota Johnson shared a Time’s Up post calling on the HFPA.

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