Since making his screen debut as a waiter on The CW’s 90210 reboot in 2009, actor Grey Damon has carved himself a varied resume. He went on to garner notice in shows like True Blood, Friday Night Lights, The Secret Circle, Star-Crossed, The Flash and Aquarius (opposite David Duchovny) to name a few. Now, almost 10 years later, it's his latest role as Lt. Jack Gibson on the Grey's Anatomy spin-off Station 19 that has the 30-year-old smiling. Produced by the formidable Shonda Rhimes, Station 19 follows the lives and loves of the firefighters stationed just three blocks from the now-iconic Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. "I gotta say there was a huge sense of relief and extreme excitement to be [portraying] a firefighter," Damon told MediaVillage during a recent pancake breakfast on the Station 19 set at which the entire cast mingled with reporters. "They are true heroes. Nobody can deny that.
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