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On May 18, 2012, Grey's Anatomy creator, Shonda Rhimes, announced that Raver had decided to leave Grey's Anatomy after three seasons, "I know this season's finale had some surprises for viewers and the exit of Kim Raver was one of the big ones. But Kim's series option was up and she was ready to give Teddy Altman a much-needed vacation. It's been a pleasure working with someone as talented and funny and kind as Kim; everyone is going to miss her terribly. I like to imagine that Teddy is still out there in the Grey's Anatomy universe, running Army Medical Command and building a new life.
^ Kim Raver becomes series regular on 'Grey's Anatomy' (Source: en.wikipedia.org)
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Kim Raver returned to ABC's medical drama "Grey's Anatomy" in the 14th season, where she reprised her role as Teddy Altman, the former head of cardiothoracic surgery at the Seattle Grace Mercy West Hospital. She also co-produced with her husband three Lifetime films based on novels by international bestselling author Jane Green: "Tempting Fate," starring Alyssa Milano and marking Raver's directorial debut, "To Have and To Hold" and "Family Pictures."
Raver endeared herself to critics and viewers during the five years she starred as paramedic Kim Zambrano on the police-paramedic drama "Third Watch." Additionally, Raver had a regular role on the children's television series "Sesame Street" from the ages of 6 to 9. Other television credits include lead roles in dramas "The Nine" and "Trinity," guest starring roles in "The Practice," "Spin City," "Law & Order" and a recurring role in "Central Park West." (Source: abc.com)