Latest Chandra Wilson News

3/3/19 CVS International Awareness Day is March 5th.  Help CVSA (Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome Association) to raise awareness and funds to continue our fight to find a cure by purchasing one of our International Day Tee-Shirts!  Click HERE

2/4/19 Please check out and theSkimm’s new video series for Black History Month.  This first posting is with Chandra and Michael Strahan speaking about the Significance of Colin Kaepernick’s Silent Protest.  Watch The Video

Season 15 is back!!!!.  Grey’s is now set this season to become the Longest Running Major Network Television Medical Drama as of our episode airing February 28, 2019, which Chandra directed! Check out Chandra in this clip. WATCH THIS VIDEO ANNOUNCEMENT.

Congrats to us, and thank you for being fans of our show!

9/21/2018 Take a look at our exclusive 6 cover edition of Entertainment Weekly!!!  Grey’s Anatomy cast graces six covers for EW

Support Alexa Pascucci as she hosts this giveaway on Instagram to benefit MitoAction!  Yes, I signed those two shirts personally. Go to  www.instagram/factsforgreys for upcoming information about the giveaway.  Chandra

Please visit for the latest information about what is being researched about and accomplished in the fight against Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome.  CVSA Online

Please enjoy this DVD Extra of Chandra Wilson the actress, the director, and a day with her on Broadway!.  Grey’s Anatomy

mutedMuted is an award winning short film which can currently be seen on HBO and HBO Go.  Chandra and Muted were winners at 2015’s SOHO International Film Festival where she won Best Acting Performance and the film won the Special Jury Award.  Muted is in the process of becoming a feature film. More info at and

Autism in America posterCongratulations to Autism in America on its Mid-South Emmy nomination for “topical documentary.” Autism in America is a feature film documentary currently circulation film festivals.  Narrated by Chandra Wilson, “It is a genuine and straighforward look into Autism in America told by the families and individuals living with Autism daily.”  Visit: