Canadian actress Sandra Oh has always ben one of the bright lights on the hit television soap "Grey's Anatomy" but her final season performance has some deeming it worthy of an Emmy nomination. Over the past 10 years of her playing Cristina Yang she has helped this show that revolves around the world of doctors become one about feminism. While her female colleagues at times let their focus move from their career to their desires to start a family or fall in love the character of Dr. Cristina Yang never let anything come between her and surgery despite the fact that she too wanted love, family and friendship but not if it distracted her from the love of surgery.
Entertainment insiders note how this talented actress made her character into a feminist icon and in doing so demonstrated an acting range went to such an incredibly high level that she was able to make her character "funny, likable, mean and frustrating all at once without ever losing the viewer's affection or interest."
The performance of this attractive and supremely talented actress in her 10th and final season on "Grey's Anatomy" was the best of her career.
Her acting made fights with Meredith, her attempting to define and understand her relationship with Owen and the prospect of her meeting up with Burke in Zurich must see television as she unpeeled multiple layers of her character in each episode as if she wanted to make sure that the audience understood the life and reasons for her actions and would be able to understand her decisions.
She has not received an Emmy nomination for the show since 2009 but her 2014 performance in the series "Grey's Anatomy" is one that some entertainment insiders consider worthy of an Emmy nomination and considering the impact that she has had on fans they might just be correct in that assessment.