Anesthesiologist who hated Dr. Corday and vice versa. Attending Trauma Surgeon; Chief of Surgery. Zap2it - TV news - Kingston Discharged from 'ER', https://er.fandom.com/wiki/Cast_and_Characters?oldid=8533, 74–75, 77–81, 84–90, 93, 95–96, 100–101, 103–107, 109–113, 316, 114–290; 295, 298–300, 304, 306, 309, 312, 164–166, 168–170, 239–240, 253–254, 257, 266, 204–206, 208–209, 212, 215–217, 220–222, 224, 226, 228, 230, 232, 234, 236, 238–239, 241–242, 244–245. Dr. Gregory "Greg" Pratt is a fictional character from the television series ER. Anthony Edwards's character, Mark Greene, died of a brain tumor in Season 8's penultimate episode, "On the Beach." In Season 9, Pratt begins an off/on relationship with fellow physician, Dr. Jing-Mei "Deb" Chen. His character, John Carter, after having received tenure at County, decided to reunite with his girlfriend Kem Likasu (portrayed by Thandie Newton). Episode cast overview, first billed only. Julianna Margulies guest starred in the pilot as Carol Hathaway before becoming part of the regular cast. A bit later in the season Erik Palladino joined as Dr. Dave Malucci, and Ming-Na returned to the series as Dr. Jing-Mei "Deb" Chen, reprising a recurring character she portrayed in Season 1. He took a job with a set schedule at another hospital in order to spend more time with his son, Reese, and his girlfriend, former fellow ER doctor Cleo Finch. However, he decided against applying for the position due to the extra workload, so it was subsequently awarded to Dr. Archie Morris, who did not have the best personality or medical skills for the job. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Pratt was arrested by the police (though Kovač helped bail him out) and was put before the review board at the hospital for an explanation of his actions. This was based on bogus allegations that Romano was collecting because of his overall dislike of Dr. Pratt, planning to build them up until he had enough ammunition to get rid of Pratt for good. Chief of Cardiology and member of the board. The first time was in the Season 10 episode "Where There's Smoke," when his character, Michael Gallant, revealed that the Army was sending him to Iraq. Medical Student and love interest of Carter in Season 2. Charles "Chaz" Pratt Jr. is Greg Pratt 's half brother on his father's side. The entire hospital is thrown into chaos during the evacuation gone awry, and he along with Dr. John Carter, Abby Lockhart, and Dr. Jing-Mei "Deb" Chen were forced into quarantine in the ER. This second departure was not depicted, but rather mentioned by character Kerry Weaver four episodes later in "Wake Up," when she explains that Susan had accepted a tenure-track position at a hospital in Iowa City, Iowa, after having been denied tenure at County. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? His hopes were dashed when Luka announced that Pratt was going to be heading to the Congo, much to Pratt's obvious displeasure. In the episode, Split Decisions, Pratt faked a blood-test to stop a friend of his from going to jail as a result of a drunk-driving incident, despite discovering that the friend had hit a patient which the ER staff had treated. Dr. Pratt came to terms with his clouded past at the end of Season 11, making contact with his estranged father, Charlie Pratt (portrayed by Danny Glover). Ming-Na departed midway through Season 11 in the episode "Twas The Night" when her character, Jing-Mei Chen, resigned in order to take care of her ailing father, whom she later euthanized. Pratt and Chen's continuing relationship began to break down when Pratt's casual flirting with new medical student Neela Rasgotra led to Pratt telling Chen that he didn't see them having a serious future together. Shane West left in the Season 13 finale, "The Honeymoon is Over," after his character, Ray Barnett got hit by a truck, lost both his legs and returned to Baton Rouge with his mother to recuperate. Sherry Stringfield's first departure from the show was in 1996, when her character, Susan Lewis, moved to Phoenix, Arizona, in the Season 3 episode "Union Station." Goran Višnjić departed in the third episode of season 15 in an episode entitled "Book of Abby" with his TV wife Abby Lockhart. With a botched attempt made on the patient's life in the ER, the Turkish mob targeting Pratt's patient finally succeeded, when they the ambulance they were in was rigged with a bomb. Their relationship ended early in Season 10 which caused Chen to be often curt and dismissive towards Pratt for a long while, but they eventually became friends again. Julianna Margulies left the show at the end of Season 6, in the episode "Such Sweet Sorrow," when her character, Carol Hathaway, decided on the spur of the moment to go to Seattle, Washington, and reunite with Doug Ross, her true love and the father of her twin daughters. ER was a medical drama show which featured the story of the doctors and nurses of County General Hospital of Chicago. Elgin died from his injuries. Intern who was a key figure in the series finale. Title: Dr. Gregory "Greg" Pratt is a fictional character on the United States television show ER, portrayed by Mekhi Phifer from April 4, 2002 to September 25, 2008. However, later on, Pratt discovers his brother in a compromising position with another man. In the beginning of his residency, Pratt shows immediate leadership and quick precision. In the 14th season finale, Pratt entered an ambulance transporting a patient (portrayed by guest-star Steve Buscemi) who revealed himself to be a government informant in Witness Protection. Dr. Pratt wasn't present at Dr. Mark Greene's funeral but in flashback episode in Season 12 "Body & Soul", it revealed Dr. Pratt worked that day at the hospital since it was understaffed with most of the doctors at Dr. Greene's memorial. During Season 12, Wyle returned as Carter and made guest appearances in four episodes: "Quintessence of Dust," "Darfur," "No Place to Hide," and "There Are No Angels Here". Schizophrenic patient who in a psychotic break stabbed both John Carter and Lucy Knight, the wounds leaving Carter injured and with life-long kidney problems and eventually resulted in Lucy's death. Retrieved from " https://er.fandom. The series ran between 1994 and 2009 and now it is available on Hulu. Mekhi Phifer departed in the Season 15 premiere when his character, Gregory Pratt, died in the ER as the result of blast injuries suffered in an ambulance explosion in the Season 14 finale. At the end, Morris hands Bettina the engagement ring which Pratt had intended to give to her. He initially clashed with med student Michael Gallant, as Michael's military background made him more "by-the-book," whereas Pratt liked to go around the rules. He took a job with a set schedule at another hospital in order to spend more time with his son, Reese, and his girlfriend, former fellow ER doctor Cleo Finch. However, he decided against applying for the position due to the extra workload, which was subsequently awarded to Dr. Archie Morris- who, while by no means a bad doctor, was goofy and awkward and had none of Pratt's natural leadership and communications skills. This was based on bogus allegations that Romano was collecting because of his overall dislike of Dr. Pratt. and final season. During the tenth season, Pratt was supposedly fired by the frustrated Dr. Romano, whom he had been bumping heads with ever since Romano took over the ER. Maura Tierney departed in the third episode of season 15 in an episode entitled "Book of Abby" with her TV husband Luka Kovac. Edwards returned in the Season 15 episode "Heal Thyself" where he appeared in multiple flashback scenes to give insight into the past of Angela Bassett's character.[1]. This went on for a while until he was declared brain dead. Pratt gets cold feet when Bettina tries to take their relationship to the next level. He also supports his brother's new job as an Emergency Medical Technician but clashes with Chaz's co-workers after they encourage him to drink near-fatal amounts of alcohol. Season 8 saw the arrival of Sharif Atkins as medical student (later Dr.) Michael Gallant, as well as the return of Dr. Susan Lewis when Sherry Stringfield reprised her role after having left the series in Season 3. When the Chief Resident position came up in season 11, Pratt was backed at first by Dr. Luka Kovač, and later by Dr. Susan Lewis, who had often been critical of his job performance in the past. It was further revealed in the episode that Pratt was going to receive an offer to become the new Chief of the ER which he would have accepted, had he survived. Republic World is your one-stop destination for trending Bollywood news. With no compromise being met, he decided to take part in the program to make it safer by donating some meds from the ER. Later in the season, Pratt discovered a church holding an illegal prescription drugs exchange program between church members. Atonement Medical Student. The first additions to the cast came in Season Two with Jeannie Boulet (Gloria Ruben) and Kerry Weaver (Laura Innes) signing on. She departed again in the Season 12 premiere, "Canon City." Dr Greg Pratt was one of the most loved characters on the show ER. After Chen goes back to China to bury her father, she never returns to Chicago.