T.R. KnightMinneapolis native T.R. Knight relocated to New York City to pursue his acting career. Best known for his portrayal of Dr. George O'Malley on "Grey's Anatomy" for five seasons, Knight earned an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in 2007.
Knight has appeared in several Broadway plays, including starring opposite Patti LuPone in the 2001 revival of "Noises Off." He also performed in 2003 as Damis in "Tartuffe" and received a Drama Desk Award nomination in 2003 for his role in the off-Broadway production of "Scattergood." Knight also starred in the 2004 drama, "Boy."
Following "Grey's Anatomy," Knight jumped back into theater, starring in the Los Angeles production of the musical "Parade" and appearing on Broadway in the 2010 revival of David Mamet's "A Life in the Theatre" opposite Patrick Stewart.
In 2006, Knight starred in the indie comedy "The Last Request," directed by SNL alumni writer John DeBellis. Knight stars as a son who sets off to fulfill his dying father's last request.
In his first TV appearance since leaving "Grey's Anatomy," T.R. Knight guest stars in one episode of "Law & Order: SVU."
Knight currently resides in New York.