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Hugh Laurie

The award-winning, multi-talented Hugh Laurie has had an exceptional career as an actor, producer, writer, musician and composer.  Laurie has been starring in high budget films for over thirty years now. He first gained attention by staring in Blackadder. He then starred in SENSE AND SENSIBILITY with Emma Thompson and Kate Winslet; Walt Disney’s 101 DALMATIONS and the box office hit THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK. 

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Since then, he’s starred in ARTHUR CHRISTMAS with James McAvoy and Bill Nighy, THE ORANGES opposite Catherine Keener and Leighton Meester, and in Disney’s TOMORROWLAND, opposite George Clooney, in 2015.

He’s arguably best known internationally for his performance in House, where he played Gregory House, an antisocial and brutally honest doctor. His performance has garnered him two Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Awards, and six Emmy Award nominations. His other television credits include playing Bertie Wooster in an impressive four series of Jeeves and Wooster, Masterpiece Theatre, The Night Manager, Saturday Night Live and A Bit of Fry and Laurie, which he co-wrote for the BBC with Stephen Fry.

He is also a self-taught pianist and has gone on to have a successful music career. In 2011, he released ‘Let Them Talk’ which was distributed worldwide by Warner Bros Records. ‘Let Them Talk’ has become a true global hit landing Top 10 chart positions in nine markets as well as Top 40 chart positions in a further eleven.  After the huge success of his debut album, Hugh released his second album ‘Didn’t It Rain’ in May 2013 with Warner Music Entertainment.

Most recently, he starred in HOLMES AND WATSON, a humorous take on Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic mysteries featuring Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson.  The TV comedy/crime miniseries Catch 22, directed by George Clooney and he reunited with Armando Iannucci for Avenue 5, where he stars as lead ‘Ryan Clark’ in the HBO sci-fi comedy set in the future. 


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