She also appeared in Grey's Anatomy and You've Got Mail.
She received a Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of The Lady of the Lake in Spamalot.
"I had a different plan going and when Sara came in and said, ' I really need to take this break,' I was lucky that we'd shot the end of the season with her going to New York."Prior to her departure, Ramirez hinted that she was leaving the show in a cryptic tweet in April.
"That's a wrap for Doctor #Callie Torres #Season13 #Greys Anatomy #Thank You all for an enriching & unforgettable #Rollercoaster ride," she wrote.
However, Ramirez did include the hashtag “Season 13,” which could signal her return, as “Grey’s Anatomy” has been renewed for a thirteenth season. While insiders close to the show confirm to that the actress’s deal for future seasons has not been closed, a source cautions that Ramirez’s tweet is not necessarily a red flag — she could simply be celebrating wrapping the current twelfth season.
Sara Ramirez attended Juliard and graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in 1997.
Sara Ramirez made her debut on Broadway playing Wahzinak in Paul Simon's "The Capeman" in 1998.
" Capshaw, 39, tweeted on Monday, May 23, as she shared Ramirez's farewell message.
"I wish @Sara Ramirez the very best & I celebrate what Callie has given to all of us."Ramirez, 40, played Dr.