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Hugh Laurie

Hugh Laurie CBE is an English actor, musician and comedian who rose to fame in the 1980s. Having served as president of the Cambridge Footlights society, he formed a double-act with fellow student Stephen Fry, with whom he starred in radio and TV sketch show A Bit Of Fry & Laurie, and Jeeves & Wooster. He is also known for his roles in sitcom Blackadder, a jazz music career, and starring in American medical drama House.

Title
Hugh Laurie CBE
Full name
James Hugh Calum Laurie
Gender
Male
Nationality
England
Home town
Oxford

Awards

  • Edinburgh Comedy Awards 1981 - Best Comedy Show: Winner
Born
Thursday 11th June 1959 (61 years-old)

Known for

Credits

 
Year Production Role
2020 The Graham Norton Show - Series 27
  1. Special - Compilation
Guest
2020 The Personal History Of David Copperfield Mr Dick
2019 The Graham Norton Show - Series 26
  1. E17 - Robert Downey Jr., Emma Thompson, Hugh Laurie, Terry Gilliam, Sara Bareilles
Guest
2016 The Graham Norton Show - Series 18
  1. Special - Series 18 Highlights
  2. E15 - David Attenborough, Hugh Laurie, Olivia Colman, Ice Cube, Kevin Hart, Elle King
Guest
2015 A Life On Screen - Stephen Fry Self
2015 The Graham Norton Show - Series 17
  1. Special - Compilation Show
  2. E7 - George Clooney, The Rock, Britt Robertson, Hugh Laurie, Jessica Hynes, Snoop Dogg
Guest
2013 The Graham Norton Show - Series 13
  1. Special - Highlights Special
  2. E6 - Olivia Colman, Alan Sugar, Hugh Laurie
Guest
2011 Arthur Christmas Steve (Voice)
2011 The Graham Norton Show - Series 9
  1. Special - Compilation Show
  2. E4 - Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Laurie, Shappi Khorsandi
Guest
2010 Fry And Laurie: Reunited Self
2009 Friday Night With Jonathan Ross - Series 16
  1. E18 - Dustin Hoffman, Hugh Laurie, Eric Cantona, The Gossip
Guest
2008 Blackadder Rides Again Self
2008 Blackadder Exclusive: The Whole Rotten Saga Self
2004 Britain's Best Sitcom
  1. E2 - Blackadder
  2. E1 - The Launch
Guest
2003 Fortysomething Paul Slippery
2003 QI - Series A
  1. E1 - Adam
Guest
2002 Shooting Stars - Series 5
  1. Special - Christmas Special
Guest
2000 Blackadder - Blackadder Back & Forth
  1. Blackadder Back & Forth
All Georges
1995 A Bit Of Fry & Laurie - Series 4 Various
1995 A Bit Of Fry & Laurie - Series 4 Writer
1994 A Bit Of Fry And Laurie Various
1993 Jeeves And Wooster - Series 4 Bertie Wooster
1992 Peter's Friends Roger
1992 Jeeves And Wooster - Series 3 Bertie Wooster
1992 A Bit Of Fry & Laurie - Series 3 Various
1992 A Bit Of Fry & Laurie - Series 3 Writer
1991 Jeeves And Wooster - Series 2 Bertie Wooster
1990 Jeeves And Wooster - Series 1 Bertie Wooster
1990 A Bit Of Fry & Laurie - Series 2 Various
1990 A Bit Of Fry & Laurie - Series 2 Writer
1989 Blackadder - Blackadder Goes Forth Lieutenant George Barleigh
1989 The New Statesman - Series 2
  1. E4 - The Haltemprice Bunker
Waiter
1989 A Bit Of Fry & Laurie - Series 1 Various
1989 A Bit Of Fry & Laurie - Series 1 Writer
1988 Blackadder - 1988 Specials Prince Regent
1988 Blackadder - 1988 Specials
  1. Special - Blackadder's Christmas Carol
Pigmot
1988 Friday Night Live Guest
1988 Whose Line Is It Anyway?
  1. E2 - Episode Two
Guest
1987 Saturday Night Fry - Series 1 Ensemble Actor
1987 A Bit Of Fry & Laurie - Pilot Various
1987 A Bit Of Fry & Laurie - Pilot Writer
1987 Blackadder - Black Adder The Third Prince Regent
1987 Filthy Rich & Catflap
  1. E2 - Episode Two
N'Bend
1987 First Aids Crew
1987 First Aids Actor
1986 Blackadder - Blackadder II
  1. E6 - Chains
Prince Ludwig
1986 Blackadder - Blackadder II
  1. E5 - Beer
Simon Partridge
1984 The Young Ones - Series 2
  1. E1 - Bambi
Lord Monty
1983 The Crystal Cube Max Belhaven and other parts
1983 The Crystal Cube Writer
1976 The Secret Policeman's Ball Self
Cambridge Footlights Self

Non-comedy TV and film credits might be found here:
Hugh Laurie on IMDb

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