TV commercial for Energizer batteries (voice-over)
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11 Interviews |
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Fry and Laurie | Mr. Hugh Laurie | Hugh 'Struck by a' Lorry
6' 2½" (1.89 m)
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Recalling his father winning a gold medal in rowing at the 1948 Olympics in London: He was in a coxless pair with a man called Jack Wilson. I've got a fantastic picture on my desk of the two of them getting their medals on a pontoon at Henley. I imagine they were playing the national anthem and my dad is very rigid, "This is the way to behave", and Jack Wilson is loose and groovy and looks like ...
In the 1980s, he shared a house in London with Stephen Fry
. They needed some plastering done. The plasterers turned out to be Paul Whitehouse
and Charlie Higson
, who were inspired by Fry and Laurie to have a go at comedy.
Frequently plays upper-class and dimwitted English characters