House M.D. Cast: Life After The Show
"House M.D." ended in 2012, but fans still love the show, rewatch it once in a while, and we surely want to know more about the actors.
There is still so much to know about the series' stars. Let's see what the actors and actresses from one of the most-watched TV shows have been up to since it ended.
Robert Sean Leonard as Dr. James Wilson
Wilson was House's only true friend, just like Dr. Watson was the only person who could tolerate the behavior of his obnoxious friend, Sherlock Holmes.
Wilson was loyal to House, and he would go through great lengths to support him, even in difficult times. He also accompanied him in some of the funniest and most adventurous moments of the show and pranked each other quite a few times.
Robert Sean Leonard, who portrayed the altruistic doctor, is good friends with Laurie in real life, too. No wonder they had such great chemistry on-screen!
He was already famous before playing Wilson, thanks to his works in "Dead Poets Society" and "Much Ado About Nothing."
Since the series ended, the actor has been focusing on theatre work and only had a few roles on TV, including "Falling Skies," where he played a doctor again, "The Good Wife," and a recurring part in "Law & Order: SVU."
Leonard is married to athlete Gabriella Salick, and they have two daughters together, whom they want to raise away from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood for them to have a simpler life. He shared:
"I'm so looking forward to skate keys and homework and driving her to soccer and being back in New Jersey, and just being home."
Lisa Edelstein as Dr. Lisa Cuddy
To the disappointment of some fans, Dr. Lisa Cuddy didn't return to the show's final season and didn't even appear in the series finale. Nevertheless, everyone still remembers her prominent character on "House."
After the show ended, the actress continued appearing in recurring roles in several TV shows. She played the main character in "Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce" and had a minor role as Dr. Blaize in the second season of "Good Doctor."
The actress is currently married to her long-time partner Robert Russell, but she keeps her personal life away from public attention.
Edelstein is also a supporter of Best Friends Animal Society and a promoter of a vegetarian lifestyle. But Lisa isn't the only actress from House M.D. who supports animal rights.
Jesse Spencer as Dr. Robert Chase
The Aussie actor Spencer played the role of Chase, a member of House's team, who became the new Head of Diagnostic Medicine after House faked his death. Chase always followed House's instructions and seemed to trust his judgments the most, even in morally questionable situations.
While still playing Chase, Jesse Spencer began dating and got engaged with his "House" co-star Jennifer Morrison, but they called off their engagement.
After the show, Spencer continued to have a successful TV career. He has been playing Lieutenant/Captain Matthew Casey in "Chicago Fire" since the year "House" ended and also appeared in the show's spin-offs "Chicago P.D." and "Chicago Med."
Spencer is reportedly single right now, although it's not clear because he's been quite reserved about his personal life.
Olivia Wilde as Dr. Remy Hadley
Even if you watched every episode of the show, you might only remember Olivia Wilde's character as Thirteen and fail to recall her real name. She was the most secretive character in the series, and even her colleagues only knew her as Thirteen at first.
In 2019, Olivia had an even more important project - the actress presented her directorial debut, the movie "Booksmart" that received a lot of positive reviews. Currently, she's ready to direct another film titled "Don't Worry Darling" that was recently sold to New Line.
Wilde is raising a son and daughter with her boyfriend, actor, comedian, and screenwriter Jason Sudeikis. The two of them have been together for a long time and look happy together, so we are beyond happy for them.
Omar Epps as Dr. Eric Foreman
Dr. Eric Foreman had a criminal history as a juvenile, and his relationship with House proved that the rebellious spirit remained in him. At the end of the show, Foreman became the only person, except for Wilson, who knew that House was alive.
Since "House," Omar Epps has appeared in several TV shows, including "Resurrection" and "Shooter." After becoming a father to two kids with his wife Keisha Spivey, he wrote an autobiographical book about his fatherhood journey, "From Fatherless to Fatherhood."
Jennifer Morrison as Dr. Allison Cameron
An honest, empathetic, and eager character, Dr. Cameron was an immunologist and House's diagnostics team member for six seasons. Like many other characters, she returned in the series finale.
After the show, Jennifer Morrison continued developing her career. She played in several TV shows and films, such as Zoey in "How I Met Your Mother," Emma Swan in "Once Upon a Time," and the mother of James Kirk in "Star Trek."
We can also see the actress in a substantial recurring role in the fourth season of "This Is Us," where she plays Cassidy Sharp.
After breaking up with Jesse Spencer, Morrison had a 3-year-long relationship with "Prison Break" star Amaury Nolasco. She also dated her "Once Upon a Time" co-star Sebastian Stan, but this relationship didn't last, too. Currently, the actress is reportedly single.
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Peter Jacobson as Dr. Chris Taub
At first, it might have seemed that Dr. Taub, a plastic surgeon, would appear only in a few episodes of the show, but he eventually turned into a regular.
After "House" ended, Peter Jacobson made appearances in some TV shows, including "Law & Order: SUV," "Ray Donovan," "Colony," and "The Americans."
The actor has been married to actress Whitney Scott since 1997, and they have a son together. Not much is known about their family as Jacobson doesn't like to share the details with the public.
Hugh Laurie as Dr. Gregory House
Hugh Laurie was a household name and a comedy legend in the UK way before playing Dr. House due to working in several British comedy TV shows along with Stephen Fry.
Laurie and Fry are still good friends and, although Laurie is an atheist, just like House, he still asked Fry to become his children's godfather.The sarcastic doctor's role made Laurie extremely famous in the US, brought him two Golden Globes, two Screen Actors Guild awards, and made him the highest-paid TV actor.
Since the show ended, Laurie kept himself busy. He appeared in many movies and TV shows, including "Tomorrowland," "Holmes and Watson," "Veep," "The Night Manager," and "Catch-22."
Even with this hectic schedule, he still found time to record two critically-acclaimed blues albums! Way to go, Laurie!