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DA MAN: Going back to your appearance in “Grey’s Anatomy,” what has been the best part of being on this show?
Giacomo Gianniotti: I think the actors that I work with are so talented and there are so many of us. Normally, on a TV show you work with a very small cast of four to five people, and then you have guest stars here and there. But [on “Grey’s Anatomy”] we have a series’ regular cast of so many people, and a lot of them have been on it for a long time. So, yeah, I think the best part is just the people I get to spend every day at work with. For a drama, we have a lot of very funny, comedic moments. The spirits and the morale of our set is very, very fun and very happy. I think it helps balance out the fact that what we deal with on a regular basis is quite sad and dramatic. So, we try to have as much fun as possible so we don’t get depressed.
DA MAN: Just like in a real hospital, at “Grey’s Anatomy” you see people coming and going all the time. How long do you think will your “residency” in the show be?
Giacomo Gianniotti: It’s really not up to me at this point. I have an agreement with them, so they can have me for as long as they want me or as long as I want to be with the show. But I’m having such a great time with the show, so I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.
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DA MAN: Do you have any new projects—film or otherwise—that you can tell us about?
Giacomo Gianniotti: Not at the moment. I did some voice acting on a video game this year called “Uncharted 4.” That was fun; that was my first time doing voiceover work for a video game. It’s a very big gaming franchise, so it was a fun way to engage a new group of fans that are also fans of the game. I don’t have any films coming out at the moment, but as I said, I’m slated to shoot one this upcoming spring with my production company. That should be exciting.
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