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Hugh Laurie to direct "House" episode

 British actor Hugh Laurie accepts the award for Favorite Male TV Star at the 35th annual People
British actor Hugh Laurie accepts the award for Favorite Male TV Star at the 35th annual People's Choice awards in Los Angeles January 7, 2009. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok
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LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Hugh Laurie, star of the hit Fox series "House," will step behind the show's camera for the first time to direct an episode.

"I am thrilled, daunted and honored -- with a 'u' -- by this new responsibility," British actor Laurie said. "'House' scripts are Faberge eggs, and I will try my very hardest not to drop this one on a stone floor."

Laurie directed the U.K. series "Fortysomething," in which he also starred.

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