Born to a Bajan mother, Terho lands a role in Grey’s Anatomy


Niko Terho has been cast in a breakout role on season 19 of ABC’s critically acclaimed medical drama Grey’s Anatomy.

In two months, the Bajans will see theirs on the prime-time ABC show.

The former student of St Michael’s School was raised in Barbados by a Barbadian mother and a Finnish father. Terho was signed to play professional football in England when he was 15 years old. At the age of 18, he moved to New York to pursue his passion for acting, studying at the William Esper Studio.

Terho is a local Disney talent who came out of the ABC Discovers Showcase. Just weeks after appearing on the program, he landed the lead role in The Thing About Harry on ABC’s sister network Freeform.

Deadline reports that Terho will play first-year surgical resident Lucas Adams” in Gray Sloan. don’t have the corresponding notes”.

“He is determined to prove himself as a surgeon, just like many of his family members who came before him, but he will have to stop relying on his people skills and get to work,” the official description of the newspaper said. character.

Terho will reconnect with his The Thing About Harry co-star Jake Borelli, who is a series regular on Grey’s as surgical resident Dr. Levi Schmitt. In the Season 18 finale, Dr. Schmitt was sent packing with the rest of the surgical residents, when the hospital’s teaching program was shut down.

Terho took to social media to share the fantastic news of his breakout role with his followers and fans.

Season 19 of Grey’s Anatomy premieres Thursday, October 6 on ABC.


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