Hugh Laurie "House" (2004-2012) Pre-Op: Laurie joined the Cambridge Footlights troupe at Cambridge University where he met Emma Thompson, who introduced him to his future comedy partner, Stephen Fry. After their annual revue, "The Cellar Tape," scored a big success - a TV version aired in 1982 - Laurie, Fry, Thompson and others were hired to write and appear on a sketch comedy series, "Alfresco," which ran for two seasons. Fry and Laurie are best known for their sharp, sophisticated "A Bit of Frey and Laurie" sketch comedy series and for the delightful adaptation of P.G. Wodehouse's stories, "Jeeves and Wooster," which aired on "Masterpiece Theatre in the 1990s. Laurie also appeared in "Sense and Sensibility," the live-action "101 Dalmatians," the remake of "The Flight of the Phoenix" and the "Stuart Little" films. Scrubs: Laurie has turned into yet another thinking woman's sex symbol on Fox's popular medical series as the acerbic, emotionally troubled and physically crippled attending physician Dr. Gregory House. He also sports the most perfect stubble on his face. He recently continued his dramatic ways as Keanu Reeves' boss Captain Biggs in "Street Kings" and voiced the mad scientist Dr. Cockroach in "Monsters vs. Aliens."