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A registered nurse, Bobbin Bergstrom has worked in hospitals for many years, but she has also brought her medical expertise to a variety of television shows, both behind and in front of the camera, making for a most unusual career. Bergstrom did her first stint as a medical advisor on the cop show "NYPD Blue," and she provided this service on the big screen for the Michelle Pfeiffer melodrama "The Deep End of the Ocean" and Mike Nichols's romantic satire "What Planet Are You From?." Bergstrom made her first appearance onscreen as a nurse on the David E. Kelley legal drama "The Practice," and she also appeared as a lab technician on the Keri Russell college series "Felicity." But Bergstrom made her biggest impact on the long-running medical drama "House, M.D.," where she shares scenes with most of the actors and makes sure that they handle the medical equipment correctly when the camera isn't rolling.
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