Chandra Wilson, star of ABC's hit medical drama "Grey's Anatomy" is set to play another medical role, but on a different show. The actress will be guest starring on ABC soap opera "General Hospital." Wilson recently revealed some spoilers for her role on "General Hospital."
The actress recently sat down for an interview with TV Guide where she discussed the similarity between her role on "General Hospital" and her "Grey's Anatomy" character Dr. Miranda Bailey.
"We definitely have some fun and pay a little tribute to Bailey. But Tina has her own set of troubles. She goes to see her shrink, Dr. Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom), for their usual appointment at the hospital, but he's not there. Instead, she finds Franco in Dr. Collins' office and he's clearly up to no good. And he desperately wants Tina to go away!" Wilson said to TV Guide.
In a previous interview with Soaps In Depth, Wilson spoke about how much she's wanted to play a role on the popular soap opera.
"I've watched General Hospital for 35 years," Wilson tells the magazine. "I grew up with it. It holds such a place in my heart. Even though we've shared the same lot for 10 years I can't talk to anybody on the lot. ... It's weird to see them because they're supposed to be in Port Charles! I have that kind of fan disconnect," the actress said.
"I've been talking about this for years!" she added.
Chandra Wilson will appear on "General Hospital" on ABC on Wednesday Jan. 29.