Sendhil Ramamurthy: Doctor daydream on a summer’s Friday afternoon.

This afternoon, as the rays from the sun kisses my skin, my subconscious decides that his is a face I want to sit on. I mean…look at them eyes. I know it’s stereotypical to have Asian men playing doctors all the time but, as of right now, I don’t mind watching Sendhil Ramamurthy do anything.

The handsome actor, Sendhil Ramaurthy attended to Tuffs University, studied pre-med and plays doctors in TV shows now. He has appeared on several TV shows, including Ellen, Casualty, Guiding Light, Grey’s Anatomy, Ultimate Force, CSI: Miami, Heroes, Covert Affairs and Numb3rs, as well as a number of theatre productions in the U.S as well as in the U.K. His most recent role is as the new doctor in the TV show New Amsterdam.

His parents as well as sister are all doctors, but him, after having attended university, decided to peruse acting, taking on roles in a number of critically acclaimed theatre production, including Hatefuck, a fiery and political play that about Layla, an intense literature professor, accusing Imran (Ramamurthy), a brashly iconoclastic novelist, of trading in anti-Muslim stereotypes.


Other than politics, the play also has a great deal to do with sex—good sex—he’s good at sex in the play. It’s also about cultural identity and politics, dealing with issues about identities with conflicting ideologies and how people navigate that in today’s society.

So, he’s smart, has beautiful eyes, and in critically acclaimed plays. Here’s a shot of his face:

Ok. I think I’m ready to go to bed now.