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Tonight’s guest has been nominated for an Emmy, a Screen Actors’ Guild award, for one Television Critics’ Association award and a Golden Globe for his of Dr Gregory House on House MD.
At the opposite end of the spectrum he scaled the reckless heights of English comedy in Blackadder, A bit of Fry and Laurie, and Jeeves and Wooster. He has shown the same in films as varied as Sense and Sensibility, A Hundred and One Dalmatians, Stuart Little, Maybe Baby, Life with Judy Garland, and Flight of the Phoenix. Along the way he’s written the best selling, critically book The Gun Seller. The Actors Studio is proud to welcome an entire of characters to our stage in the person of Hugh Laurie.
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I: Given the moral of your family, did television play any part in your childhood?
H L: Television was upon as being one of those additional luxuries … it was sort of for other people, for Catholics!
I: What about movies and theatre were that part of your growing up …
H L: Rare, pretty rare. I myself at the Dragon, I can remember it was a school drama competition, I won a , I can’t remember what I won, a book or something, but I do remember my parents being in the and I can remember I happened to be looking at their faces as my name was read out, not in as I didn’t know I was going to win …
I: Was that when you were nine?
H L: I was nine years old, yes. And my name was read out, and the winner is …and I just happened to be looking at them and they looked at each other and they didn’t know I was looking at them, they looked at each other and they and it was the … it was a very moment for me because it was like the first time I’d seen them take a real … I’d done something that really satisfied them, something that really pleased them, that they were of.