Hugh Laurie

Hugh Laurie plays a dead voter as Stephen Colbert pokes fun at Trump's theory

Stephen Colbert followed up Wednesday night’s third presidential debate with a live show. At the debate, Donald Trump once again brought up the idea that the election could be rigged, and that he might not accept the results if his opponent Hillary Clinton wins on Election Day.

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Sterling K. Brown wins best limited series supporting actor at 2016 Emmys

Darden finally came out on top: Sterling K. Brown of The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story has won the award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or a Movie at the 68th annual Emmy Awards.

“I was talking to Melania Trump this morning and I was asking her, ‘What should I do, what should I say?’” he said during Sunday night’s ceremony in Los Angeles, before abandoning the joke and getting serious with thank yous to his family, his costars, and the Academy: “A lot of you may not have known who I was, but you checked the box anyway.”

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Olivia Colman joins Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie in AMC's The Night Manager

Broadchurch actress Olivia Colman is headed to AMC’s The Night Manager, and she’s bringing company.

AMC, BBC One and The Ink Factory announced Thursday that she, Elizabeth Debicki and Tom Hollander are joining the cast of the espionage drama starring Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie.

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George Clooney appears in a one-man E.R. cast reunion for Jimmy Kimmel

As one of the most popular and successful television shows of the ’90s, E.R. seems ripe for a star-studded reunion. Jimmy Kimmel attempted to do just that when he had George Clooney on his show Tuesday night. Unfortunately, Clooney was the only former cast member who showed up. As Kimmel explained to Clooney, everyone else was busy.

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Hugh Laurie heading to 'Veep'


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Hugh Laurie is White House bound.

The British actor, best known for his two-time, Golden Globe-winning turn as the title character on House, is joining Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Veep, EW has confirmed.

The HBO political comedy left off with vice president Selina Meyer (Louis-Dreyfus) ascending to the oval office when POTUS resigned to take care of his wife. The show is now heading into its fourth season.

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