I'd never heard of the Sudbury Star, but apparently they got a little interview out of Goran so I copied and pasted. I think it's fairly recent because he talks about his movie Helen.
Q: Would you play a doctor again?
A: I would like to say I really don't care. The only thing that matters is a good script.
Q: What were the main lessons the show taught you?
A: I was always on time at work. On "ER," you really learn the craft. Every day you need to be there at a certain time. You cannot be late to such a machine. If you are a little late, everybody suffers.
Q: Now what?
A: I have been taking some time off but not because I want to. I was in Sundance with an independent movie I did, "Helen." Ashley Judd plays the lead. I did a movie about a Polish woman in Warsaw with Anna Paquin. I am trying to work. It's been a little slow lately.
Q: What are some of your favorite memories from TV's most honored show?
A: My first year, we were invited to be guests in Congress. We had been in Washington for a couple of days and I saw the White House at 10:30 p. m., and got a private tour and saw the Situation Room. Then a storm hit Washington and we were stuck in the hotel and we ended up in the suite and played Celebrity.
Q: Has anyone ever actually asked you for medical advice?
A: Jokingly, yeah. Fortunately I haven't met anybody so insane to ask me for that. It would be, "Hey doc, my leg hurts." "Call 9-1-1."
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- taken from: The Sudbury Star