She played the bisexual character of Dr Callie Torres on Grey's Anatomy for ten years before leaving the programme this year.Fans commended Ramirez for coming out, with one Twitter user writing: "By being your authentic self, you give others the room and courage to do so as well."You still have to see them, whether you can't stand them or not."Crave scoop on your favorite TV shows?
actor has come out as bisexual for the first time and urged young people to accept and embrace their identities.
Sara Ramirez, who played the role of bisexual character Dr Callie Torres on the massively popular program, disclosed the news in a speech at the True Colors Fund 40 To None Summit in Los Angeles, sharing the speech in a Twitter post.
Curious George: After their initial meeting, Callie fell for intern George O'Malley (played by T. As an orthopedic surgeon, Callie puts broken people back together again on a daily basis.
Unfortunately, after George cheated on her, there was no way to mend their broken marriage. RELATED: Character 101 with Arizona Robbins Life or Death: Everything changed when Dr.
But if they could make it through Arizona leaving Callie for Africa and Callie getting pregnant with Mark's baby, they were in the clear, right? Immediately after Arizona asked Callie to marry her, they were in a horrifying car accident.
RELATED: Character 101 with Meredith Grey The Wedding: After surviving the accident (and their parents during a very stressful wedding week!Ramirez joins the ranks of Jada Pinkett Smith and Gina Rodriguez, who in the past few years have hit us with edgy, shaved hairstyles. recently dubbed women with completely-shaved heads as being on trend, while a writer at The Cut cited a completely practical reason for picking up the clippers — humidity.Whatever the case, we’re all for the Eleven-effect — and network TV actresses leading the way.After testing the waters of singledom at the end of last season, Callie (Sara Ramirez) will go full speed ahead as she tries to find new love.But don't expect that to sit well with her ex, Arizona (Jessica Capshaw)."When two people have had this kind of committed, tumultuous relationship - and it has been that - and then finally they go their separate ways, there's still love there," executive producer Debbie Allen, who also plays Catherine Avery on the show, tells But actresses usually opt to take a hard pass on the look (they get paid way too much to eff with those contracts, yo).