All the Awesome Awards the ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Stars Have Won

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All the Awesome Awards the ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Stars Have Won

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All the Awesome Awards the ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Stars Have Won

By now, we’re familiar with the Grey’s Anatomy cast’s victories at the Emmys, the Golden Globes, and the People’s Choice Awards. (The people, in particular, love them some Grey’s.)

But those high-profile award shows aside, the actors have also earned their own unique honors, and those are the ones we’re celebrating in this photo gallery!

Grey’s Anatomy returns for Season 14 this fall on ABC.

All the Awesome Awards the ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Stars Have Won
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Ellen Pompeo

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Ellen Pompeo

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The Grey of Grey’s Anatomy has won three People’s Choice Awards over the years, but she also won the Special Achievement in Entertaining honor from the National Italian American Foundation in 2007. Ciao bella!

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Justin Chambers

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Justin Chambers

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For his work in Season 10, when Alex reconnected with his drug-addict father, Justin received the 2014 PRISM Award for Performance in a Drama Series Multi-Episode Storyline.

The awards show recognizes “the accurate depiction of drug, alcohol, and tobacco use and addiction in film, television, interactive, music, DVD, and comic book entertainment.”

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Chandra Wilson

Chandra Wilson

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Chandra won a PRISM Award the same year as Justin — and she also has three Image Awards, two BET Awards, and a SAG Award under her belt.

But this actress also won a Theatre World Award way back in 1991 for her performance in the Off-Broadway play The Good Times Are Killing Me.

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James Pickens Jr.

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James Pickens Jr.

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James won Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series at the Image Awards in 2012, and he’d been nominated in that category for seven consecutive years by that point.

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Kevin McKidd

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Kevin McKidd

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In 1998, a decade before setting foot in the hospital then known as Seattle Grace, Kevin won the International Fantasy Film Award for Best Actor for his role as a cuckolded husband in the film The Acid House.

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Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

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Jesse was honored with the 2016 BET Humanitarian Award, and his impassioned speech captivated the audience and had America talking (and cheering) for days afterward.

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Camilla Luddington

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Camilla Luddington

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In case you weren’t aware, Camilla is the latest voice of Lara Croft, and her work on Rise of the Tomb Raider won her a Behind the Voice Actors Award in 2016 in the Best Female Lead Vocal Performance in a Video Game category.

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Caterina Scorsone

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Caterina Scorsone

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Caterina won a PRISM Award, too — accepting the award in 2012, back when she was starring on Grey’s spin-off Private Practice and plumbing the depths of Amelia Shepherd’s addiction.

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Debbie Allen

Debbie Allen

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The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation bestowed Debbie with the Lifetime Achievement Award at their Gracie Awards on June 6 — and even better, real-life daughter Vivian Nixon and TV son Jesse Williams presented the honor.

“[Women] have a real purpose and a real point of view that’s very different,” she told Variety at the event. “By nature, we are the ones that nurture, stand up, and fight.”

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By now, we’re familiar with the Grey’s Anatomy cast’s victories at the Emmys, the Golden Globes, and the People’s Choice Awards. (The people, in particular, love them some Grey’s.)

But those high-profile award shows aside, the actors have also earned their own unique honors, and those are the ones we’re celebrating in this photo gallery!

Grey’s Anatomy returns for Season 14 this fall on ABC.