The success of the medical drama “House” is apparent; it has been on the air for eight years and has kept viewers interested long after it has ended. Hugh Laurie’s excellent depiction of the title character, Dr. Gregory House, was a major contributing element to its success. Laurie earned an amazing salary of almost 250 thousand pounds every episode for the whole run of the show.
Despite this financial success, Laurie’s career trajectory started to flatten out after his time on “House”. Laurie doesn’t seem upset by this change, though. On the other hand, he has eagerly explored other endeavors including appearing in TV series, playing concerts as a musician and pianist, and occasionally taking on supporting parts.
Despite the legendary nature of the part, he has proved his artistic range and that he is not limited to it. When photographers recently caught Laurie walking his dog in the northern part of London, it immediately ignited a heated discussion online.
He seemed “shaggy and disheveled,” according to some, while others argued that he had the right to display himself whatever he chose. The consensus reached at the end was that Laurie’s attractiveness has never been primarily attributable to his appearance but rather to his acting talent and adaptability. It’s noteworthy that Laurie has never made an effort to conform to cultural ideals of what a great actress should look like.
Instead, he has concentrated his energies on developing his artistic abilities, continually honing his techniques and expanding his scope.While some may be critical of his appearance, it is important to remember that skill and devotion are just as important to succeed as one’s physical attributes.
Hugh Laurie’s career after “House” may not have been as successful as it was during the program, but it hasn’t stopped him from wanting to continue delighting his fans.