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10 Best Fictional Doctors In TV

10 best fictional doctors In TV
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Several medical drama series feature fictional doctors on TV. Medical drama series feature a medical staff with unique characters.

Famous television shows that feature the drama and story of the medical staff includes House, Scrub, Star Trek, ER, M*A*S*H, and Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman.

This television series introduced the medical professional as a real-life superhero who provides medical support to the patient and amuses the viewers.

In 1930, Dr. Kildare's television series started the revolution of medical series in the entertainment industry. The story was based on Dr. James Kildare, who narrated the doctor's character in the series created by Frederick Schiller Faust. 

The popularity of medical programs increased over time, peaking in the late 1990s when they filled the majority of American and worldwide networks. The introduction of late 1990s television series like ER, General Hospital, Port Charles, Strong Medicines, Becker, and City of Angels significantly impacted the genre.

1. Dr. Gregory House

Dr. Gregory House is the lead character in the medical drama series House played by Hugh Laurie. The series was created by David Shore in 2004. 

The story of the "House" revolves around the Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in Princeton, New Jersey, and Gregory, who manages and leads his team of diagnosticians. 

Hugh Laurie Narrated The Character Of Dr Gregory House In The Series House
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According to the series, Gregory played the character of the rude diagnosis, who had terrible equations with his patients and colleagues in the hospital. The character "Dr. Gregory House" was inspired by Sherlock Holmes, a fictional detective in the story created by Arthur Conan Doyle.

The series House ran for eight years with 176 episodes, and the series was narrated by veteran actors in the entertainment industry with lead characters Hugh Laurie, Omar Epps, and Robert Sean Leonard. 

2. Perry Cox

Perry Cox is one of the lead characters in the tv series Scrubs played by John C. McGinley. 

The Sacred Heart Teaching Hospital was the focus of the series, which started in 2001 with interns who were enthusiastic about the medical profession. Perry Cox, played by John in the series, is a head physician who appears sarcastic and cruel to his patients and colleagues.

John C. McGinley narrated the character Perry Cox in the series Scrubs
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He also portrayed the role of John "J.D." Dorian's mentor, who is often overruled and criticized by Perry. Perry is a prominent character in each of the 182 episodes of the series, which run until 2014.

According to John's IMDB profile, the actor received three OFTA Television Awards for his outstanding performance in the medical drama series Scrubs.

3. John Michael "J.D." Dorian

John Michael "J.D." Dorian is the lead character in the series Scrub played by Zach Braff. He plays the role of an intern at Sacred Heart Hospital. 

In the series, John has several relationships before tying the knot with one of his girlfriends, Elliot Reid, and shares a daughter with her.

Zach Braff narrates the character John Michael
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John enjoyed his friendship with Christopher Turk, who frequently talked to him about his mentor Perry Cox's pressure and dominance. He was featured in every episode except for two in season eight, which included My Absence and My Full Moon. 

Zach is one of the most loved characters by the fans, who was also nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series in 2005.

4. Mark Greene

Mark Greene is one of the best TV doctors played by Anthony Edwards in the TV series ER.

The series ER revolves around the emergency room of Cook County General Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, and the problem faced by the panel of physicians and staff from the hospital. 

Mark narrated the character of the attending physician, who is the lead character in the series. He appeared to be a good doctor for his patients and had good relationships with his colleague.

Anthony Edwards as Dr. Mark Greene in Tv series ER
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He only appeared until the series's eighth season because his character died of a brain tumor. The series was among the top 5 most watched series of the year when he was alive. The series dropped out of the top 50 once he left, highlighting the significance of the character.

5. Allison Cameron

Allison Cameron is one of the best female TV doctors played by Jennifer Morrison. The series was created by David Shore in 2004.

The MD, Allison, is an immunologist best known for her ethics, honesty, and sincerity in the show. She appeared in every episode until season six and vanished from the show and made came appearances in the final episode, "Everybody dies." 

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The Home was one of the most-watched medical drama series in 2000, while after Allison took out from the show after six seasons, its rating decreased.

The famous actors Hugh Laurie, Omar Epps, and Robert Sean Leonard played the lead character. The series runs for eight years with 176 episodes.

6. Christopher Turk

Christopher Turk is the lead character played by Donald Faison alongside Zach Braff and Sarah Chalke. Bill Lawrence created the series in 2001. 

Turk narrated the surgeon's character, who began his story in the series as an intern at Sacred Heart Hospital. He was later promoted to chief surgeon in the last two seasons of the series. 

Christopher Turk played the role of John Michael
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Turk has a good relationship with his fellow mate JD who was also his roommate in college days. From the beginning of the season, Turk felt in love and starts dating Carla Espinosa, the head nurse at Sacred Heart Hospital, and marries her in the last episode of season three.

7. Captain Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce

Hawkeye Pierce portrayed by Alan Alda in the series MASH was one of the best characters in his career. Larry Gelbart created the series in 1972. 

Pierce played the lead character in the series inspired by the same-name novel by Richard Hooker, which is based on the three army doctors and Mobile Army Surgical Hospital.

Alan Alda portrayed Hawkeye Pierce in the series M*A*S*H
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Pierce narrated the surgeon's character, widely known for his alcoholic character during his three years in Korea. His character is shown as one of the most talented surgeons among his three friends. The series began in 1972 and was completed in 1983 with 251 episodes.

8. Meredith Grey

Meredith Grey played by Ellen Pompeo is the lead character in the medical drama TV series Grey's Anatomy.

Meredith narrates the character of a world-renowned surgeon, Ellis Grey's daughter, in the series. She began her character as a surgical intern until three seasons. 

She later upgraded into the interim chief of surgery and is widely known for her character as a "dark and twisty," damaged woman who sees the world in varying shades of grey.

Ellen Pompeo narrated the character Meredith Grey in the series Grey's Anatomy
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The series is one of the longest-running TV programs, showing the story of surgical interns, their growth as seasoned doctors, and their difficulties balancing their professional and personal lives. Ellen was listed among the top five highest-earning television actors in 2013.

9. Dana Scully

Dana Scully is one of the best female TV doctors played by Gillian Anderson in the Tv series The X-Files. Chris Carter created the series in 1993. 

The series is about its lead characters, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, who serve as FBI agents and investigate an unsolved case involving paranormal phenomena.

Gillian Anderson as Dana Scully played the role of  Forensic pathology doctor in the series The X-Files
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Dana narrated the character of a special agent Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and a medical doctor who specialized in Forensic pathology, often performing or consulting on autopsies of victims in X-Files cases. 

Dana appeared in every episode and was honored with the outstanding lead actress in The X-Files in 1997.

10. John Carter

John Carter is one of the series lead characters played by Noah Wyle in the NBC television series ER. Michael Crichton created the series in 1994. 

The series ER revolves around the emergency room of Cook County General Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, and the problem faced by the panel of physicians and staff from the hospital.

Noah Wyle narrated the character John Carter in the series ER
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John narrated the role of the dedicated physician and has good patient reviews in the series. He began his journey as a medical student who had a terrible first day in the Emergency Room. 

He is only one of the series' most featured actors who appeared in the first and last episodes of the series.