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Patrick Dempsey named sexiest man alive by People magazine


People magazine named Patrick Dempsey the sexiest man alive.

LOS ANGELES — He’s no longer just “McDreamy”: Patrick Dempsey is now also People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive.

The “Grey’s Anatomy” star and racing driver takes over from “Captain America” ​​star Chris Evans, who was the 2022 selection. The choice was revealed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” ” Tuesday evening.

“I was always the maid of honor!” Dempsey, 57, told the magazine of his initial reaction: “I completely forgot about it and never even considered being in this position. So my ego is good.”

The actor stars in Michael Mann’s upcoming film, “Ferrari.” He told the Associated Press last year that he was driving himself, calling it “the best role I’ve ever had.”

Dempsey has competed in several professional races, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and is a member of the Wright Motorsports racing team, according to his website.

Dempsey said his three children would be sure to tease him about being featured in People magazine and “pick on me and come up with all the reasons why I shouldn’t do it.”

The People edition with Dempsey’s cover will be released Friday.

In addition to running and acting, he founded the Dempsey Center, a Maine-based organization that provides care and resources to cancer patients, in honor of his late mother.

Dempsey reached heartthrob status as Dr. Derek Shepherd – nicknamed “McDreamy” – on “Grey’s Anatomy,” appearing in more than 250 episodes.

He plays Italian racing driver Piero Taruffi in “Ferrari,” which hits theaters later this year. The film was given a waiver so its stars could promote it without breaking the rules of the ongoing actors’ strike.

Other Sexiest Man Alive recipients include Michael B. Jordan, John Legend, Paul Rudd, Brad Pitt, Harrison Ford and Mel Gibson, who was the magazine’s first recipient in 1985.

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