House (2004 - 2012)



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Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) is devoid of anything resembling bedside manner and wouldn't even talk to his patients if he could get away with it. Dealing with his own constant physical pain, he uses a cane that seems to punctuate his acerbic, brutally honest demeanor. While his behavior can border on antisocial, House is a brilliant diagnostician whose unconventional thinking and flawless instincts afford him widespread respect. An infectious disease specialist, House thrives on the challenge of solving medical puzzles in order to save lives. He has assembled an elite team of young experts to help him unravel these diagnostic mysteries: neurologist Dr. Eric Foreman (Omar Epps); immunologist Dr. Allison Cameron (Jennifer Morrison); and intensevist Dr. Robert Chase (Jesse Spencer). House has a good friend and confidant in oncology specialist Dr. James Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard), with whom he consults with on a regular basis.

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Critics Consensus: House begins in the clinker and ends on the open road during a sensitively rendered final season that finds the emotional heart of this medical series without sentimentalizing the difficult doctor at its center.

2011, FOX, 23 episodes

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2010, FOX, 23 episodes

Critics Consensus: Come for the medical drama, stay for Hugh Laurie.

2009, FOX, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: Five seasons in, Hugh Laurie continues to find new emotional wrinkles to the complicated character that is Doctor House.

2008, FOX, 24 episodes

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2007, FOX, 16 episodes

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2006, FOX, 24 episodes

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2005, FOX, 24 episodes

Critics Consensus: Hugh Laurie's sterling performance brings a vivacity to the curmudgeonly Dr. House, effortlessly carrying a series that is rich in style, but stubbornly stuck in formula from the outset.

2004, FOX, 22 episodes


Hugh Laurie
as Dr. Greg House
Lisa Edelstein
as Dr. Lisa Cuddy
Robert Sean Leonard
as Dr. James Wilson
Jennifer Morrison
as Dr. Allison Cameron
Omar Epps
as Dr. Eric Foreman
Jesse Spencer
as Dr. Robert Chase
Peter Jacobson
as Dr. Chris Taub
Olivia Wilde
as Thirteen/Dr. Remy Hadley
Kal Penn
as Dr. Lawrence Kutner
Chi McBride
as Edward Vogler
Sela Ward
as Stacy Warner
David Morse
as Michael Tritter
Anne Dudek
as Dr. Amber Volakis
Edi Gathegi
as Dr. Jeffrey Cole
Andy Comeau
as Dr. Travis Brennan
Carmen Argenziano
as Dr. Henry Dobson
Michael Weston
as Lucas Douglas
Amber Tamblyn
as Martha Masters
Charlyne Yi
as Dr. Chi Park
Odette Annable
as Dr. Jessica Adams
Stephanie Venditto
as Nurse Brenda Previn
Andre Braugher
as Dr. Darryl Nolan
Ron Perkins
as Dr. Simpson
Liz Benoit
as Nurse #2
Kayla Colbert
as Rachel Cuddy
Currie Graham
as Mark Warner
Rylie Colbert
as Rachel Cuddy
Tracy Vilar
as Nurse Regina
Megan Dodds
as Dr. Beasley
Patrick Price
as Nurse Jeffrey
Diane Baker
as Blythe House
Marco Pelaez
as Pharmacist
Eamonn Hunt
as Neurologist
Cindy Lu
as Nurse
Nigel Gibbs
as Sanford Wells
Derek Richardson
as Freedom Master
Maurice Godin
as Dr. Hourani
Angel Oquendo
as EMT Coumont
R. Lee Ermey
as John House
Al Espinosa
as Dr. Wells
Ava Hughes
as Sydney
Calvin King
as Transvestite
Ken Luckey
as Sowinski
Charles S. Dutton
as Rodney Foreman
Brian Huskey
as Dr. Riggin
Jack Maxwell
as Male Proctor
Guy Nardulli
as Coughing Cop
Wayne Lopez
as C.O. Alvarez
Ana Lenchantin
as Silent Girl
Frank Drank
as Bartender
Ben Bledsoe
as Chess Opponent
Kevin Zegers
as Brandon Merrell
Marin Hinkle
as Naomi Randolph
D.B. Sweeney
as Dylan Crandall
Harry Lennix
as John Henry
Mark Harelik
as Mr. Foster
John Cho
as Harvey Park
Ron Livingston
as Dr. Sebastian Charles
Cynthia Nixon
as Anica Jovanovich
Joel Grey
as Dr. Ezra Powell
Robin Tunney
as Rebecca Adler
Elizabeth Mitchell
as Sister Augustine
Roxanne Hart
as Margo Davis
Scott Foley
as Hank Wiggen
Stacy Edwards
as Lucille Palmeiro
Leslie Hope
as Victoria
Patrick Bauchau
as Dr. Rowan Chase
Elias Koteas
as Jack Moriarty
Kathryn Adams
as Student #3
Fred Durst
as Bartender
Meghan Bradley
as Nurse Velez
Rekha Sharma
as Melanie Landon
Orlando Jones
as Marcus Foreman
Aaron Himelstein
as Luke Palermo
Sarah Clarke
as Carly Fontano
Jennifer Stone
as Jessica Simms
Esteban Powell
as James Sidas
Jennifer Crystal
as Rachel Taub
Lucinda Jenney
as Sister Eucharist
Jamie Elman
as Dr. Treiber
Alexis Thorpe
as Mindy Gross
Joe Morton
as Sen. Gary H. Wright
Shohreh Aghdashloo
as Afsoun Hamidi
Allison Smith
as Kayla McGinley
LL Cool J
as Clarence
Albert Owens
as Maj. Matthewson
Michael O'Keefe
as Fletcher Stone
Helena Apothaker
as Nurse Ellen Hoffner
Kathleen Antonia
as Marina Alexander
Sloan Robinson
as Nurse Safer
Faith Prince
as Becky Merrell
Art LaFleur
as Warner Fitch
Dylan Kussman
as Mr. Carroll
Jeffrey Wright
as Dr. Walter Cofield
as Imelda
Carl Reiner
as Eugene Schwartz
Lori Rom
as Sister Mary Pius
George Wyner
as Richardson
Michael Simpson
as Andrew Kaplan
Roma Chugani
as Dr. Banerjee
Christopher Carley
as John Linehan
Sheryl Lee
as Stephanie
Nicole Bilderback
as Caring Student
Mark Hames
as Ambulance Driver
Jamie McShane
as Capt. McCreavey
David Conrad
as Dr. Marty Hamilton
Sasha Roiz
as Drill Sergeant Driscoll
Cynthia Ettinger
as Mrs. Simms
Donal Logue
as Cyrus Harry
Michael B. Jordan
as Will Westwood
Erica Gimpel
as Elizabeth Stone
Peter Weller
as Dr. Penza
Chioke Dmachi
as Baby Shoes
Toni Lewis
as NICU Nurse
Hira Ambrosino
as Anesthesiologist
Sheena Zadeh
as Cute Nurse
Ann Dowd
as Mother Superior
Seidy Lopez
as Christina
Jack Coleman
as Sen. Anderson
Natalie Shaw
as Rachel Kaplan
Bruce McKenzie
as Mr. Weathers
Patrick LoSasso
as Do-Gooder
Dan Butler
as Dr. Weber
Stephanie Erb
as Charlotte
Chil Kong
as Morgue Tech
John Kelly
as Robert Merrell
David Burke
as Everhardt
Andrew Keegan
as Rebellious Student
Bridgit Mendler
as Jane Doe/Callie
Alice Lo
as Mrs. Ling
Jimmi Simpson
as Daniel Bresson
Callie Thompson
as Young Abby
Haley Pullos
as Colleen
Susan Slome
as Mrs. Hernandez
Tuffet Schmelzle
as Young Mother
Jamie Tisdale
as Penelope
Joseph Culp
as Russ Smith
Alex Scuby
as Funsten
John Kelly
as Robert Merrell
Dylan Baker
as Dr. Dave Broda
Cleo Berry
as Carnell
Kelly Kirklyn
as Mrs. Carroll
Valeri Ross
as Sister Joan
Obie Sims
as Cuddy's Patient
Deborah Lacey
as Lorraine
Vicki Davis
as Dara Sidas
Paul Zies
as Marco
Harry Zinn
as Coach Denning
Beth Hall
as Shelly Diamond
David Castellani
as Board Member
Mars Crain
as Stomper
William Jones
as Dr. Murphy
Bruce French
as Peter Foster
Patrick O'Connor
as Dr. Frankel
Ray Abruzzo
as Wibberly
Kylee Cochran
as Young Mother
Melissa Marsala
as Judy Lapino
John Prosky
as Dr. Bergin
Keiko Agena
as Dr. Cheng
Tom Connolly
as Officer Smith
Hamilton Mitchell
as Infection Control Officer
Larry Weissman
as Heavyset Man
Karis Campbell
as Pregnant Woman
McNally Sagal
as Mrs. Miller
Pat Finn
as Joe Dugan
Bryan Singer
as Bryan Singer/Director's Voice
Ramon Franco
as Mr. Hernandez
S.E. Perry
as Officer Davis
Marco A. Martinez
as Dry Cleaner
Rosalie Vegas
as Nurse Yvette
Keone Young
as Clyde Park
Josh Zuckerman
as Keen Student
Alanna Ubach
as Dr. Louise Harper
Art Chudabala
as Dr. Michael A. Kondo
Olivia Cole
as Thirteen
Ben Bode
as Kaufman
Fred Ross
as Bartender
Teddy Lane Jr.
as Mr. Conroy
Sahar Bibiyan
as Clinic Nurse
Sterling Beaumon
as Boy Magician
Michael Edwin
as Tax Accountant
Endre Hules
as Sous Chef
Tomiko Martinez
as Tall Girl
Mike Moh
as Waiter
Ben Lemon
as Dr. Andrews
José Zúñiga
as Nate Weinmann
Larry Desantos
as ER Doctor
Pat Caldwell
as Mary Jean
Larry Cedar
as Bob Beringer
Charlene Amoia
as Dr. Fraser
Kevin Brief
as Officer Angle
Tim Haldeman
as Mature Man
Elizabeth Sung
as Marilyn Park
Brian D. Johnson
as Taddy's Boss
Patrick Quinlan
as Patient No. 1
Eamon Hunt
as Surgeon
Marcus Eley
as Larry Ruseckas
Paul Hayes
as Mr. Klingman
Lauren Cohn
as Jodi Matthews
Adam Garcia
as Theodore
Kimberly Bailey
as Dolce's Wife
Todd Bosley
as Go-Cart Attendant
Deirdre M. Smith
as Carol Moffatt
Ginette Rhodes
as Nurse Rebecca
Michael Merton
as Anesthesiologist
Kendall Clement
as Anesthesiologist
Kat Sawyer
as Laura Smith
Kimberly Quinn
as Nurse Wendy Bagby
Michael Michele
as Dr. Samira Terzi
Richard King
as Boutain
Annie Young
as Madison
James Conkle
as Young Boy
Akiko Morison
as Anesthesiologist
Emily Hahn
as Rachel Cuddy (Dream Sequence)
Drew Cohn
as Glenn
Mark Bloom
as Doctor No. 1
Kai Lennox
as George
John Rubinstein
as Dr. Ayersman
Eric Almquist
as Bullfighter
James Saxenmeyer
as Late 30s Man
E.E. Bell
as Mayor Collins
John Gloria
as Calvin Ayres
Enzo Cilenti
as Matt Johnson
David Cheaney
as Bus Stop
Krista Lewis
as Flight Attendant
Johnny Crear
as Thomas Williams
Trevor O'Brien
as Jim Dunnagan
Shelly Cole
as Nurse Maldonado
Caitlin Chapman
as Very Hot Woman
Jeannine Cota
as C.O. Hsueh
Jade Carter
as Dr. Morgan
Peyton McDavitt
as ICU Nurse
Gabriel Suttle
as John Taylor
Rosalie Vega
as Nurse Yvette
Jason Stuart
as Adam Brown
Patty Onagan
as Girlfriend
Joyce Greenleaf
as Ms. Washburn
Andrew Borba
as Mr. Van Der Meer
Greg Collins
as Marshal Brady
Matt Molloy
as Aubrey Shifren
Anesha Ndiaye
as Darriene
Matt McKenzie
as Dr. Fedler
Rod Britt
as Teller
Bonnie Kathleen Ryan
as Mickey's Wife
Tim Barraco
as Young Cop
Andi Eystad
as Volleyball Player
Craig Patton
as Second Table East
Tim Kahle
as Dr. Johnson
Kyle Fain
as Macdonald
Jackie Goldberg
as Elderly Patient
Tacey Adams
as Mrs. Weston
Eric Cazenave
as Doctor No. 2
Michael McLafferty
as William Anderson
Terrence Beasor
as Elderly Man
John Lafayette
as Dr. Schisgal
Ben Campbell
as Jerry Morris
Pat Musick
as Trina Wyatt
Vanessa Waters
as Dr. Taylor
Sean Everett
as Patient
Jeri Lyn Brown
as Screaming Woman
Barry Pearl
as Dr. Paulson
Sunil Malhorta
as Mr. Damon
Marc Menard
as Soap Doctor
Karen Goberman
as Mrs. Ayers
Veronica Brown
as Female Boardmember
Ken Olandt
as Gen. Spain
Adrienne Whitney
as Artsy Young Woman
Erika L. Holmes
as Prostitute
Tyler Patton
as Neurosurgeon
Joel David Moore
as College Student
John Lacy
as Dr. Dave Thomas
Anise Fuller
as Melodie
F. William Parker
as Rev. Bowden
Richard Swaidan
as College Student
Niko Baur
as Clancy
Inger Tudor
as Judge Foley
Julie Quinn
as Matthew's Mother
Michael Len
as 9-Year-Old Boy
Madison Bauer
as Soap Patient
C. Xavier Drayton
as Male Truant Officer
Alan Marco
as Victor
Alyson Morgan
as Clementine
Will Deutsch
as Dr. Pressman
Alex MacCormick
as Admitting Nurse Colleen
Molly Kasch
as Jeanine
Kelly Frye
as Salesgirl
Charles Rahi Chun
as Kwansik Park
Ed Zajac
as Client
Peter Abbay
as Cab Driver
Ulysses Lee
as Chi Ling
Amy Shelton-White
as Nurse Felicia
Damon Christopher
as Nick's Cellmate
Susan Gallagher
as Volleyball Player's Mom
Mykee Selkin
as Staff Member
Marcie Lynn Ross
as Second Table West
Dina Defterios
as Luisa Maria