For the next few blog posts, I’d like to introduce you to the characters in Scrubs. I’ll start with my main character, Randy Hanson.
Full name: Jonathan Randal (Randy) Hanson
Physical Description: 6′, 185 pounds. Athletic physique. Deep brown eyes and brown hair.
Hometown: Kirkland, WA
Family: Oldest son of a prominent OB/GYN. Father’s name is Dr. Mark Hanson. Mother is Ellen Hanson. Has a younger sister, Stephanie, and a younger brother, Robert.
Education: A graduate of UC Berkeley with a B.S. Degree in Public Health, minor in Communications. Currently attending UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program. Simultaneously working towards a Masters Degree in Health and Medical Sciences as well as his M.D. Speaks fluent French and is good at public speaking.
Career Goals: To finish medical school and get into an OB/GYN residency program, preferably UW. Eventually plans to join his father’s medical practice.
Hobbies: Fishing, playing basketball, water skiing, snow skiing, and watching his favorite team, the L.A. Lakers, play on the court.
Favorite things: sports cars, Discovery Channel, medical shows, Corona, French cuisine, Oreos, and anything that has to do with Science. Addicted to coffee in any form.
Favorite Places: the beach, Lake Washington, Starbucks
Music Preference: Rock
Relationship Status: Single. Casual dating. Not seeking commitment.
Weaknesses: Women! Also a perfectionist who has a tendency to be arrogant and hard-headed. Anal retentive and a bit uptight at times.
Pet Peeves: Incompetence
Character traits: Intelligent. Logical. Organized. Social. Witty. Poised and confident. Considered to be a ladies’ man. A group leader, dedicated student, and diligent researcher who takes his education very seriously. Thrives on stress and pressure. Sets high expectations for himself and pushes others to set high standards. Contributes to charities, especially medical causes, regularly. Owns an African Grey Parrot he trained himself.
Randy was featured in a Character Interview on Mary’s Bookcase.
For other character bios, see links below.