Patrick Dempsey
Dominic Morgan



Dominic Morgan in “Devils”


Patrick Dempsey stars as Dominic Morgan, who has a trim build and an icy gaze, and is the CEO at NYL, in the series “Devils” on The CW. Upper-middle class American family, married to Nina (Kasia Smutniak), heiress of a noble family. Friend of ministers and government leaders, he is one of the most powerful men in global finance. Even more unbending after the death of his son John, killed in the Afghanistan war, Dominic recognized Massimo’s talent and groomed him for the financial world. Even though the Italian replaced John in Dominic’s affections, the CEO’s interest in preserving his country’s hegemony will lead him to sacrifice his new son, too. America first.


Dempsey is best known for his portrayal of Dr. Derek Shepherd on “Grey’s Anatomy.” His performance earned him a 2007 Screen Actors Guild Award and was nominated in 2006 and 2007 for a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama.


Other recent credits include “Bridget Jones’s Baby” alongside Renee Zellweger and Colin Firth, Harry Quebert in the mini-series “The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair,” executive produced The Orchard’s documentary “Hurley,” and was a producer for “The Art of Racing in the Rain.”


Dempsey’s production company, Shifting Gears produces content for both television and film. Amongst a slate of projects, they are developing a series based on the novel “The Limit,” as well as a series called “Fodor’s.”


His film credits include: “TRANSFORMERS: Dark of The Moon,” “Valentine’s Day,” “Made of Honor,” “Enchanted,” “Freedom Writers,” “Sweet Home Alabama,” “Scream 3,” “With Honors,” “Outbreak,” “Hugo Pool,” “The Treat,” “The Palace Thief,” “Heaven Help Us,” “Happy Together,” “Some Girls,” “Coupe De Ville,” “Run, Mobsters,” and “In the Mood.” Dempsey became well known from such classic ‘80s nostalgia films such as “Can’t Buy Me Love” and “Loverboy.”


Born and raised in Lewiston, Maine, he first appeared onstage as David in the San Francisco production of “Torch Song Trilogy.” Other early stage work included “On Golden Pond” for the Maine Acting Company, the international touring production of “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” which was directed by Gene Saks, and “The Subject Was Roses” at the Roundabout Theatre in New York. He also took the stage in The Pasadena Playhouse run of “The Importance of Being Earnest” as Algernon Moncrieff.


Dempsey resides in Los Angeles.



August 2020