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Inspiring quotes by James Hugh Calum Laurie

Top 10 most inspiring quotes by James Hugh Calum Laurie

  • I never thought I’d end up living in Los Angeles while my children grew up in Britain, but here I am, and we are all making the best of it.
  • The strange thing – and this is one of the advantages of being incredibly shallow and superficial – is that wherever I am, that’s sort of home.
  • The first big stars, Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey, you know, these were gigantic stars. I even wonder sometimes whether all music actually comes from women, whether the first glimmering of music is a mother soothing a baby.
  • Even the greatest poets, I think, cannot quite get to the places that music can get to in the human – I was gonna say mind, but it’s actually the entire body. It somehow seems to infuse the entire body.
  • Muddy Waters, I suppose, was my first great hero. You know, every boy wants to be a guitar player, and Muddy Waters was just the king. He was the King Bee. He was it.
  • I have always stuck up for Western medicine. You can chew all the celery you want, but without antibiotics, three quarters of us would not be here.
  • In film, because you know where the ending is, characters can change, but in television, you substitute revelation for change, and that can be hard to pull off.
  • They’re very harsh people, the British: hard to impress, very tough on each other, but I rather like that. It’s not that the British are more honest – you’re just under no illusion with them.
  • It doesn’t rain at all in California. Once a month, a man drives through spraying Evian.
  • I wouldn’t be able to act like Al Pacino or play the piano like Dr. John, But I could probably act better than Dr. John and play the piano better than Al Pacino.
James Hugh Calum Laurie

James Hugh Calum Laurie, known as Hugh Laurie, is an English actor, comedian, writer, musician, and director. He was born on June 11, 1959, in Oxford, England. Laurie gained worldwide recognition for his portrayal of the cantankerous yet brilliant Dr. Gregory House in the television series “House” (2004-2012), for which he received critical acclaim and numerous awards, including two Golden Globe Awards.

Before achieving success as an actor, Laurie initially pursued a career in comedy. He formed a comedy double act with Stephen Fry, with whom he collaborated on various projects, including the sketch comedy show “A Bit of Fry & Laurie” and the television series “Jeeves and Wooster,” based on the works of P.G. Wodehouse. Their comedic partnership lasted for many years and became immensely popular in the United Kingdom.

In addition to his acting and comedy career, Laurie is a talented musician. He is proficient in playing various musical instruments, including the piano, guitar, and saxophone. Laurie has released several blues albums and has collaborated with renowned musicians in the genre. His musical talents were showcased on the television series “House,” where he occasionally performed musical numbers.

Laurie has continued to work in the entertainment industry beyond “House.” He has appeared in films such as “Stuart Little” (1999) and “Tomorrowland” (2015) and in television series such as “The Night Manager” (2016) and “Avenue 5” (2020). He has also lent his voice to animated films and TV shows, including providing the voice for the character of Dr. Cockroach in the “Monsters vs. Aliens” franchise.

Throughout his career, Hugh Laurie has received critical acclaim and has been recognized for his talent and versatility as an actor, comedian, and musician. His contributions to the entertainment industry have made him a highly respected figure both in the United Kingdom and internationally.

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