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Who Plays Intern Lucas Adams On Grey's Anatomy?

Season 19 of "Grey's Anatomy" is here, and with it, fans of the venerable show will once again get to see the many ways ABC's primetime juggernaut has found to keep things interesting. Apart from the ongoing adventures of series veterans like Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo), Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson), and Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd), the new season also brings in some fresh faces to stir the pot.

One of the newer arrivals in the long-running doctor drama is Lucas Adams, an intern who makes his series debut in the Season 19 premiere, "Everything Has Changed." Per Deadline, the character is a charismatic, but academically lazy new intern, and if the entire timeline of "Grey's Anatomy" is any indication, it wouldn't be too surprising if a new character like him could prove to be a major component in the show's future. But who's playing this new character, and where can you check out his previous work? Let's take a look at the actor playing Lucas Adams in "Grey's Anatomy" Season 19.

Niko Terho has made a big impact in a short time

The actor playing Lucas Adams is Niko Terho, who may not have been in the screen acting industry for all that long, but he's already made an impact. Though his first screen role was as recently as 2019, he's already appeared in "Sweetbitter," the Starz drama starring Tom Sturridge of "The Sandman" fame and Ella Purnell from "Yellowjackets." In 2020, he also played Jeff in Bridget Smith's addiction drama "Sno Babies." 

Interestingly enough, Terho might be a relative newcomer in the industry, but he's still already found the time to work with a "Grey's Anatomy" co-star before he even joined the series. Both he and Jake Borelli, who plays Dr. Levi Schmitt, play the leads in the 2020 comedy "The Thing About Harry."

Terho is clearly just getting started in his acting career, and his role in "Grey's Anatomy" may very well be just the ticket for large-scale exposure. Since his character'll be around for a while, hospital drama fans can expect to hear plenty of the young star.