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    "It's tiring. I'm too neurotic, too ...., too obsessed and too convinced we're going to fail all of the time to ever relax.

    "Every show, every scene we do is a disaster - I'm convinced of it and I go home at the end of the day and my head is full of all the mistakes I've made and how I should have done it a certain way. What I should do is to use that time to think about how I'm going to tackle the next day - that would be the clever thing to do instead I beat myself up about what I ...... up the day before.

    "That's the way I'm put together. I'm looking for things to go wrong, I can't really rejoice or just lay back and enjoy something."

    Hugh Laurie
    TV Guide, 08.05.2005
    Und dann hab ich noch eine etwas andere Zitatesammlung ...
    Ich hab mal ein Video über Hugh aus seinen verschiedenen Interviews zusammgebastelt.


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    "It's tiring. I'm too neurotic, too ...., too obsessed and too convinced we're going to fail all of the time to ever relax.

    "Every show, every scene we do is a disaster - I'm convinced of it and I go home at the end of the day and my head is full of all the mistakes I've made and how I should have done it a certain way. What I should do is to use that time to think about how I'm going to tackle the next day - that would be the clever thing to do instead I beat myself up about what I ...... up the day before.

    "That's the way I'm put together. I'm looking for things to go wrong, I can't really rejoice or just lay back and enjoy something."

    Hugh Laurie
    TV Guide, 08.05.2005
    Und dann hab ich noch eine etwas andere Zitatesammlung ...
    Ich hab mal ein Video über Hugh aus seinen verschiedenen Interviews zusammgebastelt.


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    He's quite reserved and you have to go to him, really. But he's very loyal and considerate. I know he cares about me and in deeply British ways he shows it. Hugh's not a big cuddler but his love of his friends is very clear and I think a lot of people take strength from it - I know I do. When I've had troubles or whatever, he writes damn good common sense and puts it in perspective.

    His greatest features are his warmth and perceptiveness, and the greatest quality of his warmth is that it's not immediately apparent. That makes it very, very valuable indeed. Instant warmth often evaporates quite quickly.

    Ben Elton
    The Independent (London), May 28, 2000
    Wenn ich sowas lese!!!
    Was würde ich dafür geben, diesen Mann zu kennen!

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    He's quite reserved and you have to go to him, really. But he's very loyal and considerate. I know he cares about me and in deeply British ways he shows it. Hugh's not a big cuddler but his love of his friends is very clear and I think a lot of people take strength from it - I know I do. When I've had troubles or whatever, he writes damn good common sense and puts it in perspective.

    His greatest features are his warmth and perceptiveness, and the greatest quality of his warmth is that it's not immediately apparent. That makes it very, very valuable indeed. Instant warmth often evaporates quite quickly.

    Ben Elton
    The Independent (London), May 28, 2000
    Wenn ich sowas lese!!!
    Was würde ich dafür geben, diesen Mann zu kennen!

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    Perhaps the most surprising thing about me is that there is absolutely nothing surprising about me. At all.

    I’ve always felt like I could turn my hand to a lot of things but never excel at any of them. I do play the piano a bit, but I wish I could play it like Dr. John or Henry Butler. I act, but I wish I could act like Al Pacino. I do a bit of all these things. I’m just trying to dazzle you with quantity. I can’t do anything well enough, so I’ll do many things and hope that the quantity distracts you from the deficiencies. Maybe that’s the plan.

    What I do is put all my heart and soul -- if I had a soul, actually, which I don’t; I travel light in that sense -- into doing it right, getting the scene to play the way that it should. I don’t see that there’s a lot of House in me or the other way around. So I’m not losing myself in the character, exactly, but I do get lost in the intricacies of timing and tempo and connection. I’m rather obsessive that way.

    Hugh Laurie
    American Way, 15.09.2008
    rolleyes:
    Ach Hugh...

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    Perhaps the most surprising thing about me is that there is absolutely nothing surprising about me. At all.

    I’ve always felt like I could turn my hand to a lot of things but never excel at any of them. I do play the piano a bit, but I wish I could play it like Dr. John or Henry Butler. I act, but I wish I could act like Al Pacino. I do a bit of all these things. I’m just trying to dazzle you with quantity. I can’t do anything well enough, so I’ll do many things and hope that the quantity distracts you from the deficiencies. Maybe that’s the plan.

    What I do is put all my heart and soul -- if I had a soul, actually, which I don’t; I travel light in that sense -- into doing it right, getting the scene to play the way that it should. I don’t see that there’s a lot of House in me or the other way around. So I’m not losing myself in the character, exactly, but I do get lost in the intricacies of timing and tempo and connection. I’m rather obsessive that way.

    Hugh Laurie
    American Way, 15.09.2008
    rolleyes:
    Ach Hugh...

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    Hier ist ein Blogeintrag von Felicia Day, die in der 2. Folge der 5. Staffel die "Patientin der Woche" war:

    "And yes, his eyes are that blue :) Hard not to crush on him, admittedly, lol."

    Felicia Day, Co-Star in House
    Blogeintrag, September 2008
    (You bet!)

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    Hier ist ein Blogeintrag von Felicia Day, die in der 2. Folge der 5. Staffel die "Patientin der Woche" war:

    "And yes, his eyes are that blue :) Hard not to crush on him, admittedly, lol."

    Felicia Day, Co-Star in House
    Blogeintrag, September 2008
    (You bet!)

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    Perhaps the most surprising thing about me is that there is absolutely nothing surprising about me. At all.

    I've always felt like I could turn my hand to a lot of things but never excel at any of them. I do play the piano a bit, but I wish I could play it like Dr. John or Henry Butler. I act, but I wish I could act like Al Pacino. I do a bit of all these things. I'm just trying to dazzle you with quantity. I can't do anything well enough, so I’ll do many things and hope that the quantity distracts you from the deficiencies. Maybe that's the plan.

    What I do is put all my heart and soul -- if I had a soul, actually, which I don't; I travel light in that sense -- into doing it right, getting the scene to play the way that it should. I don't see that there's a lot of House in me or the other way around. So I'm not losing myself in the character, exactly, but I do get lost in the intricacies of timing and tempo and connection. I'm rather obsessive that way.

    Hugh Laurie
    American Way, 15.09.2008
    Das wahrscheinlich überraschendste an mir ist, das es nichts absolut nichts überraschendes an mir gibt. Wirklich nicht.

    Ich denke seit je her, dass ich mich zwar an vielen Dingen ausprobieren konnte, aber nie in einer Sache wirklich herausstach. Ich spiele ein wenig Klavier, wünschte aber, so wie Dr. John oder Henry Butler spielen zu können. Ich schauspielere, aber wünschte, ich könnte dies so gut wie Al Pacino. Ich mache ein wenig von all diesen Dingen und versuche nur, die Menschen mit Quantität zu blenden. Ich kann nichts gut genug, deshalb mache ich viele Dinge und hoffe, dass die Menschen von meinen Unzulänglichkeiten abgelenkt werden. Das ist wahrscheinlich der Plan.

    Was ich allerdings mache, ist, mein Herz und meine Seele - wenn ich eine Seele hätte, was aber nicht so ist - hineinzustecken. In dieser Hinsicht bin ich wirklich besessen/motiviert - um es richtig zu machen, die Szene so zu spielen, wie sie gespielt werden sollte. Ich sehe nicht viel von House in meiner Person oder umgekehrt. Deshalb verliere ich mich auch nicht wirklich in dem Charakter; viel eher verliere ich mich in den Feinheiten von Timing, Tempo und Zusammenhang. Diesbezüglich bin ich ziemlich besessen.

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    Perhaps the most surprising thing about me is that there is absolutely nothing surprising about me. At all.

    I've always felt like I could turn my hand to a lot of things but never excel at any of them. I do play the piano a bit, but I wish I could play it like Dr. John or Henry Butler. I act, but I wish I could act like Al Pacino. I do a bit of all these things. I'm just trying to dazzle you with quantity. I can't do anything well enough, so I’ll do many things and hope that the quantity distracts you from the deficiencies. Maybe that's the plan.

    What I do is put all my heart and soul -- if I had a soul, actually, which I don't; I travel light in that sense -- into doing it right, getting the scene to play the way that it should. I don't see that there's a lot of House in me or the other way around. So I'm not losing myself in the character, exactly, but I do get lost in the intricacies of timing and tempo and connection. I'm rather obsessive that way.

    Hugh Laurie
    American Way, 15.09.2008
    Das wahrscheinlich überraschendste an mir ist, das es nichts absolut nichts überraschendes an mir gibt. Wirklich nicht.

    Ich denke seit je her, dass ich mich zwar an vielen Dingen ausprobieren konnte, aber nie in einer Sache wirklich herausstach. Ich spiele ein wenig Klavier, wünschte aber, so wie Dr. John oder Henry Butler spielen zu können. Ich schauspielere, aber wünschte, ich könnte dies so gut wie Al Pacino. Ich mache ein wenig von all diesen Dingen und versuche nur, die Menschen mit Quantität zu blenden. Ich kann nichts gut genug, deshalb mache ich viele Dinge und hoffe, dass die Menschen von meinen Unzulänglichkeiten abgelenkt werden. Das ist wahrscheinlich der Plan.

    Was ich allerdings mache, ist, mein Herz und meine Seele - wenn ich eine Seele hätte, was aber nicht so ist - hineinzustecken. In dieser Hinsicht bin ich wirklich besessen/motiviert - um es richtig zu machen, die Szene so zu spielen, wie sie gespielt werden sollte. Ich sehe nicht viel von House in meiner Person oder umgekehrt. Deshalb verliere ich mich auch nicht wirklich in dem Charakter; viel eher verliere ich mich in den Feinheiten von Timing, Tempo und Zusammenhang. Diesbezüglich bin ich ziemlich besessen.

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    “It’s no wonder I have no idea who I really am,” he says, laughing. “And I can’t fathom why anyone would care to know. They don’t in England. Of course, we never talk about anything in England. That’s why we invented the weather.”

    Hugh Laurie
    American Way, 15.09.2008
    Ist kein Wunder dass ich keine Ahnung habe wer ich wirklich bin, " sagt er lachend. "Und ich kann nicht begreifen warum jemand was wissen wollen würde. Sie tun es nicht in England. Klar doch, wir reden niemals über irgendetwas in England. Deshalb haben wir das Wetter erfunden."


    With the success of House, Laurie is unlikely to be moving on anytime soon. He’s committed to the show for another two seasons, and last summer bought a home in Los Angeles, making it easier for his wife and three children to join him in the United States. “Without them near, I do go quite insane, probably three times a week,” he says. “It can show itself in all kinds of ways. I mean, who else do you know who can catch a ball on the top of a cane?”

    Hugh Laurie
    American Way, 15.09.2008
    Durch den Erfolg von House ist eher unwahrscheinlich dass sich Laurie in nächster Zeit weiterbewegt. Er verpflichtete sich für die show für weitere zwei Staffeln und kaufte letzten Sommer ein Haus/Heim in LA um es einfacher für seine Frau und die Kinder zu machen mit ihm zusammen zu sein in den Staaten. "Ohne sie in der Nähe werde ich völlig verrrückt, vielleicht drei Mal die Woche". sagt er. "Das kann sich auf jede mögliche Weise zeigen. Ich meine, wen sonst kennen Sie der einen Ball auf einer Krücke fangen kann?"

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    “It’s no wonder I have no idea who I really am,” he says, laughing. “And I can’t fathom why anyone would care to know. They don’t in England. Of course, we never talk about anything in England. That’s why we invented the weather.”

    Hugh Laurie
    American Way, 15.09.2008
    Ist kein Wunder dass ich keine Ahnung habe wer ich wirklich bin, " sagt er lachend. "Und ich kann nicht begreifen warum jemand was wissen wollen würde. Sie tun es nicht in England. Klar doch, wir reden niemals über irgendetwas in England. Deshalb haben wir das Wetter erfunden."


    With the success of House, Laurie is unlikely to be moving on anytime soon. He’s committed to the show for another two seasons, and last summer bought a home in Los Angeles, making it easier for his wife and three children to join him in the United States. “Without them near, I do go quite insane, probably three times a week,” he says. “It can show itself in all kinds of ways. I mean, who else do you know who can catch a ball on the top of a cane?”

    Hugh Laurie
    American Way, 15.09.2008
    Durch den Erfolg von House ist eher unwahrscheinlich dass sich Laurie in nächster Zeit weiterbewegt. Er verpflichtete sich für die show für weitere zwei Staffeln und kaufte letzten Sommer ein Haus/Heim in LA um es einfacher für seine Frau und die Kinder zu machen mit ihm zusammen zu sein in den Staaten. "Ohne sie in der Nähe werde ich völlig verrrückt, vielleicht drei Mal die Woche". sagt er. "Das kann sich auf jede mögliche Weise zeigen. Ich meine, wen sonst kennen Sie der einen Ball auf einer Krücke fangen kann?"

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    "From the pages I had read, I had assumed that House was a peripheral grouch, lobbing in zingers from the outfield while better-looking youngsters did all the emoting. Now it appeared that House was the main character, and a brilliantly written one at that; a scarred, lame, dysfunctional misanthrope, intent on punishing himself and the world - the Hunchback of Princeton, the Phantom of the Operating Suite, with all the nasty, self-pitying egocentricism of a spoiled adolescent.

    He was also, to my mind, a hero, a relentless seeker after truth, a knight errant, slaying emotional and microbial dragons with equal skill, and with a psychopathic disregard for his own safety.

    I couldn't imagine what Fox thought they were doing, contemplating such a jagged protagonist for a prime-time drama. I only knew that I wanted the role very much."

    Hugh Laurie über seine Gedanken nach dem Lesen des ersten House-Drehbuchs
    TV Guide, "He's the Phantom of the Operating Suite", August 2005
    "I eat vasculitis for breakfast, wear clothes woven from myocardial infarctions, brush my teeth with hyperinsulinemia."

    Hugh Laurie über seinen Job als professioneller Zungenbrecher und Gehirnakrobat
    TV Guide, "He's the Phantom of the Operating Suite", August 2005
    (Der gesamte Artikel ist ein Muss und besteht quasi nur aus tollen Zitaten, von denen ich einfach mal zwei meiner Lieblinge herausgesucht habe.)

    Hugh Laurie still has warm memories of ex-girlfriend Emma Thompson. The "House" actor told Playboy of his time as Thompson's beau: "Those were blissful days, I must say. We couldn't even imagine a life in Hollywood back then. Hollywood was as distant and impossible as El Dorado. It was all about fun. Watching Emma was like watching the sun or wind or some other elemental force. Her talent even then was inescapable." If acting ever fails him, Laurie - who's been married for 20 years - could write romance novels.

    New York Post, 12.01.2009
    "Just because they have their character down, it doesn't mean they're not open to another version of a scene. With Hugh, you throw an idea at him and you watch it process. He's a really good listener and he's the smartest guy on set."

    "It's fun to work for a guy like Hugh Laurie," said Straiton, who will direct four episodes of House this season and is aware I'm a fan. "He's a remarkable actor and truly an amazing individual."

    He didn't name names of the more dysfunctional sets he's worked on, but was full of praise for the Fox medical drama and its star. "On that set, it's a respect game, and he sets the tone. He comes to set prepared, he's always on time and ready to go, he knows his lines and everyone else's lines. He never has his BlackBerry, he's never on his phone, you never see him texting anyone. He's always there to work. That's where the bar is set and everyone falls in line because of that professionalism."

    David Straiton, House-Regisseur
    Blogcritics: Defying Gravity Director David Straiton Looks To The Future, 12.01.2009

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    "From the pages I had read, I had assumed that House was a peripheral grouch, lobbing in zingers from the outfield while better-looking youngsters did all the emoting. Now it appeared that House was the main character, and a brilliantly written one at that; a scarred, lame, dysfunctional misanthrope, intent on punishing himself and the world - the Hunchback of Princeton, the Phantom of the Operating Suite, with all the nasty, self-pitying egocentricism of a spoiled adolescent.

    He was also, to my mind, a hero, a relentless seeker after truth, a knight errant, slaying emotional and microbial dragons with equal skill, and with a psychopathic disregard for his own safety.

    I couldn't imagine what Fox thought they were doing, contemplating such a jagged protagonist for a prime-time drama. I only knew that I wanted the role very much."

    Hugh Laurie über seine Gedanken nach dem Lesen des ersten House-Drehbuchs
    TV Guide, "He's the Phantom of the Operating Suite", August 2005
    "I eat vasculitis for breakfast, wear clothes woven from myocardial infarctions, brush my teeth with hyperinsulinemia."

    Hugh Laurie über seinen Job als professioneller Zungenbrecher und Gehirnakrobat
    TV Guide, "He's the Phantom of the Operating Suite", August 2005
    (Der gesamte Artikel ist ein Muss und besteht quasi nur aus tollen Zitaten, von denen ich einfach mal zwei meiner Lieblinge herausgesucht habe.)

    Hugh Laurie still has warm memories of ex-girlfriend Emma Thompson. The "House" actor told Playboy of his time as Thompson's beau: "Those were blissful days, I must say. We couldn't even imagine a life in Hollywood back then. Hollywood was as distant and impossible as El Dorado. It was all about fun. Watching Emma was like watching the sun or wind or some other elemental force. Her talent even then was inescapable." If acting ever fails him, Laurie - who's been married for 20 years - could write romance novels.

    New York Post, 12.01.2009
    "Just because they have their character down, it doesn't mean they're not open to another version of a scene. With Hugh, you throw an idea at him and you watch it process. He's a really good listener and he's the smartest guy on set."

    "It's fun to work for a guy like Hugh Laurie," said Straiton, who will direct four episodes of House this season and is aware I'm a fan. "He's a remarkable actor and truly an amazing individual."

    He didn't name names of the more dysfunctional sets he's worked on, but was full of praise for the Fox medical drama and its star. "On that set, it's a respect game, and he sets the tone. He comes to set prepared, he's always on time and ready to go, he knows his lines and everyone else's lines. He never has his BlackBerry, he's never on his phone, you never see him texting anyone. He's always there to work. That's where the bar is set and everyone falls in line because of that professionalism."

    David Straiton, House-Regisseur
    Blogcritics: Defying Gravity Director David Straiton Looks To The Future, 12.01.2009

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    Aus: Interviewmagazine June/July 2008; Emma Thompson interviewt Hugh Laurie

    HL: I just read a 800-page history of the Scottish Enlightenment and, honestly, I might as well just start it again now, because I cannot remember a single thing.I can barely remember where Scotland is'
    ET: Now, do you think you would describe yourself as a misanthropist or misanthrope ?
    HL:No. I don't think so. I have misanthropic days - or half-days. I can get in a sort of muttering, curmudgeonly state. But no, I don't think I am overall. Believe it or not, perhaps I don't show it much, or well, but I think I like people.
    Welcome to hughlaurie.net

    ...na, solange Hugh noch weiss, wie er zum Fox lot kommt

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    Aus: Interviewmagazine June/July 2008; Emma Thompson interviewt Hugh Laurie

    HL: I just read a 800-page history of the Scottish Enlightenment and, honestly, I might as well just start it again now, because I cannot remember a single thing.I can barely remember where Scotland is'
    ET: Now, do you think you would describe yourself as a misanthropist or misanthrope ?
    HL:No. I don't think so. I have misanthropic days - or half-days. I can get in a sort of muttering, curmudgeonly state. But no, I don't think I am overall. Believe it or not, perhaps I don't show it much, or well, but I think I like people.
    Welcome to hughlaurie.net

    ...na, solange Hugh noch weiss, wie er zum Fox lot kommt

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