Seems to me that this business, for actors anyway, is not so much about whether or not you do good work. It’s about whether or not you get the chance to do good work.
My dad gave me my first bike at 16. I soon fell off and was in a wheelchair for weeks. I haven't fallen since.
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One of the principal goals in my life has been to avoid embarrassing my children by doing the job I do. I hope I’ve managed to do that, and I hope that, with the job I’m in now, they are, if not proud, at least unembarrassed by it. I must say, my three are most agreeable children, who do nothing but delight me.
|Birth:||11th June, 1959|
|Profession:||Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter, Singer, Television Director|
James Hugh Calum Laurie was born in Oxford, England. He is an English actor, screenwriter, TV director, singer and comedian. From 2004 to 2012, he played Dr. Gregory House, the title character of House(Directed episodes: "Lockdown" and "The C-Word"), for which he received two Golden Globe Awards and two Screen Actors Guild Awards. In 2016, he appeared in the BBC miniseries The Night Manager(received the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor). His role in several films include: Strapless, A Pin for the Butterfly, 101 Dalmatians, Spice World, Maybe Baby, Girl from Rio, Flight of the Phoenix, Street Kings, The Oranges, Mr. Pip, and Tomorrowland. His role in television include: A Bit of Fry & Laurie, Blackadder, Jeeves and Wooster, Alfresco, Fortysomething(also director), Veep, and Chance. He has written several TV series include: The Cellar Tapes, There's Nothing to Worry About!, Alfresco, and A Bit of Fry & Laurie. His albums list shown below: The World of Jeeves and Wooster(with Stephen Fry), Let Them Talk, and Didn't It Rain. His singles list shown below: "You Don't Know My Mind", "Winin' Boy Blues", and "Wild Honey".
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