Latest Hugh Laurie Stories

2011-01-13 05:04:00

NEW YORK, Jan. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- He was a lothario doctor on St. Elsewhere, another doctor on Chicago Hope and now he is NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs. Mark Harmon, and his piercing blue eyes, is America's Favorite TV Star, a jump from last year when he was number 8 on the list.

2009-06-20 22:35:00

British actor and comedian Stephen Fry says he has lost more than 80 pounds in the past six months, trading his appallingly corpulent body for a leaner one.

2009-05-21 05:00:00

UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., May 21 /PRNewswire/ -- OVERVIEW: America's favorite doctor is back for more puzzling medical mysteries in the Primetime Emmy(R) winning series "House"! Hugh Laurie returns to his two-time Golden Globe(R) -winning and Primetime Emmy(R) -nominated role as Dr. Gregory House.

2009-04-10 15:16:49

The French translation of British actor Hugh Laurie's novel The Gun Seller was No. 1 on France's bestseller list last month, the BBC reported. The spy spoof was renamed Tout Est Sous Controle in France. It was released in England in 1996, years before the actor began starring in the U.S.

2008-12-05 09:21:30

John Malkovich and Hugh Laurie, actors known primarily for their dramatic work, are to be guest hosts on Saturday Night Live in New York, NBC announced. Malkovich agreed to make his third appearance on the sketch comedy show Saturday after turning in a pair of critically acclaimed 2008 performances in Clint Eastwood's Changeling, opposite Angelina Jolie, and in the Coen Brothers' comedy Burn After Reading, co-starring Jolie's partner Brad Pitt. Malkovich's other film credits include Being...

2008-09-14 15:00:17

British actor Hugh Laurie is poised to become one of the highest-paid actors in U.S. television thanks to his work on "House," The Hollywood Reporter says.

2008-08-09 15:00:27

British actor Hugh Laurie says being voted the second sexiest TV doctor in history for his role on the U.S. TV series "House" is undeserved.

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