Hugh Laurie Retire

November 26, 2011 by staff 

Hugh Laurie Retire, Brit actor Hugh Laurie has revealed that he will retire from acting when his role in US drama House comes to an end.

The star has said that he wants to concentrate more on writing and producing, and after the success of his recent foray into music, who knows if there could even be a little more of that on the cards.

Laurie has won a number of awards and accolades for his role as the doctor with the bad bedside manner in the drama which is currently in its 8th season, and has become one of the highest paid TV actors in America, commanding around £160,000 per episode. Now he has decided that it is almost time to call it a day and move on to new pastures.

“I think I have been rather spoiled in America,” he told the Daily Record. “I don’t imagine there can be another show quite like this. I think I will be interested in writing or producing. I find the whole field of it fascinating. I’ve been extremely lucky having this one shot that I’ve had and I wouldn’t go looking for lightening to strike twice.”

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