Patrick Dempsey is joined by wife Jillian Fink and daughter Tallula at American Cancer Society event in LA

Patrick Dempsey stepped out with his wife Jillian Fink and their eldest child, daughter Tallula Fyfe for a good cause on Sunday.

The 53 year old actress was spotted with his wife Jillian and their daughter Tallula at the American Cancer Society's California Spirit 34 Food and Wine Benefit.

The happy family, seen without Dempsey's twin sons Sullivan and Darby, were all smiles at the event, held at the Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City.

Happy family: Patrick Dempsey stepped out with his wife Jillian Fink and their eldest child, daughter Tallula Fyfe for a good cause on Sunday

Happy family: Patrick Dempsey stepped out with his wife Jillian Fink and their eldest child, daughter Tallula Fyfe for a good cause on Sunday

Dempsey was wearing a grey polo shirt with a brown collar under a darker grey sport coat and matching pants.

The former Grey's Anatomy star also rocked a pair of brown tinted sunglasses and a pair of brown loafers for the event.

The actor was also seen posing with former Paramount Pictures studio chief Sherry Lansing.

Patrick's look: Dempsey was wearing a grey polo shirt with a brown collar under a darker grey sport coat and matching pants

Patrick's look: Dempsey was wearing a grey polo shirt with a brown collar under a darker grey sport coat and matching pants

Sherry and Patrick: The actor was also seen posing with former Paramount Pictures studio chief Sherry Lansing

Sherry and Patrick: The actor was also seen posing with former Paramount Pictures studio chief Sherry Lansing

Dempsey is best known for his role as Derrick 'McDreamy' Shepherd on ABC's Grey's Anatomy from 2005 to 2016.

Since leaving the show, he has also starred in the 2018 mini-series The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair and in the upcoming series Devils.

He also stars in the upcoming Cinemax series Micronesian Blues as a Los Angeles cop who gets burned out on the job and gets a teaching job in Micronesia where he's caught in a bloody war between, 'tribal gangsters, lawless mercenaries, and crooked CIA agents.' 

Best known: Dempsey is best known for his role as Derrick 'McDreamy' Shepherd on ABC's Grey's Anatomy from 2005 to 2016

Best known: Dempsey is best known for his role as Derrick 'McDreamy' Shepherd on ABC's Grey's Anatomy from 2005 to 2016

Aside from his work as an actor, Dempsey is also an accomplished race car driver, creating his own race car company called Dempsey Racing.

He raced in the illustrious 24 Hours at LeMans race in 2009, 2013, 2014 and 2015, the latter where he turned in his best performance, taking second place. 

The actor and racer retired from auto racing in 2017.

Racer: Aside from his work as an actor, Dempsey is also an accomplished race car driver, creating his own race car company called Dempsey Racing

Racer: Aside from his work as an actor, Dempsey is also an accomplished race car driver, creating his own race car company called Dempsey Racing

Dempsey is also attached to return as Robert Philip in Disney's Disenchanted, a sequel to the 2007 fantasy hit Enchanted.

He returns alongside Amy Adams as Giselle and James Marsden as Prince Edward in the sequel from director Adam Shankman (Hairspray).  

The actor also stars in the upcoming series Hudson & Rex. 

Sequel: Dempsey is also attached to return as Robert Philip in Disney's Disenchanted, a sequel to the 2007 fantasy hit Enchanted

Sequel: Dempsey is also attached to return as Robert Philip in Disney's Disenchanted, a sequel to the 2007 fantasy hit Enchanted

Return: He returns alongside Amy Adams as Giselle and James Marsden as Prince Edward in the sequel from director Adam Shankman (Hairspray)

Return: He returns alongside Amy Adams as Giselle and James Marsden as Prince Edward in the sequel from director Adam Shankman (Hairspray)

Patrick Dempsey joined by wife Jillian Fink and daughter Tallula at American Cancer Society event

The comments below have not been moderated.

The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.

We are no longer accepting comments on this article.