'Grey's Anatomy' Star Jesse Williams Melts Hearts as He Smiles with Dogs in a Gorgeous Selfie
Jesse Williams' smile has the power to melt most people's hearts but combined with his two adorable dogs, it's almost too much. Check out what fans had to say about his latest post.
Fans fell in love with him in "Grey's Anatomy" as the handsome Doctor Jackson Avery, and now the star is making them fall in love with him in real life.
Recently, he shared a gorgeous selfie showing off his two furry friends as they spent some time outside, and his fans had a few things to say about it.
In the post, Williams is wearing blue scrubs with his two dogs as he smiles for the camera, and his followers can't get over how great he looks.
In the photo, he flashes a fantastic smile for the camera and for one fan, it was enough to make their day better, while another wrote :
"You really can't be any more beautiful ❤️?."
The star is regularly spotted with his pups and even participated in a video with puppies where he answered questions from fans.
He interacted with the puppies and spoke about transitioning from a high school teacher in Philadelphia to an actor.
During the Buzzfeed video which was filmed in partnership with North Shore Animal League America, the star revealed some of his favorite "Grey's Anatomy" moments which include the finale with the shooter.
Williams showed off his playful side as he interacted with the puppies and spoke about transitioning from a high school teacher in Philadelphia to an actor, calling it the best job he ever had. He said:
"That was hard, the hardest decision I ever made. I had no thoughts of being an actor at that point, I just knew I had creative ambitions."
Williams joined the cast of the medical drama during its sixth season as part of ABC's Diversity Casting Program and became a series regular in the following season.
Last year, he revealed that he had gotten a new two-year contract with the series which has been renewed for record-breaking 16th and 17th seasons.
In addition to his role on the series, Williams also appeared on the Broadway Revival of Richard Greenberg's Tony Award-winning play, "Take Me Out."
However, as Broadway performances have been suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, the play will premiere next year in March.
Earlier this year, it was announced that fans would see less of Williams on the series due to his schedule with the play. However, he is still expected to continue with the show until season 17.
Krista Vernoff explained that they had worked with Williams to plan his work schedule accordingly so that his character would still be a part of the storyline.