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Robert Lawrence Leonard (born February 28, 1969), better known by his stage name Robert Sean Leonard, is an American actor. James Wilson in the television series House (2004–2012) and Neil Perry in the film Dead Poets Society.
Leonard won a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his performance in The Invention of Love in 2001.
The first day [of rehearsals] I came home and thought, I’ve made a terrible mistake.” So why did he do it? Yet two years ago, he talked about having to wrestle with the ghost of Gregory Peck, star of the much-loved 1962 film, in front of 1,200 spectators each night. Phil was famously the one who searched for the dark underbelly of whatever he was doing and I thought that would be such a funny way to play Atticus, as a secret drunk or whatever.” He pauses. I think you’re being petulant if you do.” Leonard is affable, diffident and highly literate about film and theatre; he is also, I suspect, far too bright to play the Hollywood fame game.
Love love love in a way that gave me that first glow which brought me to this business.” Leonard, who is also famous as Hugh Laurie’s stoic sidekick, Wilson, in the long-running TV series House, is about to reprise his role as Atticus Finch in the stage adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee’s seminal novel of racial hatred in the Deep South.
It’s lucky for London that Robert Sean Leonard, the American film star best known for his role in Dead Poets Society, is indulging in his first love.
“If I had my way, I would just do theatre, if it paid better. The hours are great, I can see my kids all day long, you don’t have to be at the theatre until 7.30pm and you’re home by Letterman,” he says.
I got my first car when I got out here — a Jetta — and I’ve been driving it since the pilot. Or I can be written lightly in them and shoot a couple of Mondays here and there. TVLINE is Nina Arianda and discovering [her character].
Commuting 2700 miles is too much for me, and it’s too much for my voice… I would either have to not be in the first few episodes or they’d have to delay the start date.
On February 8, 2011, it was announced that Leonard would co-star as Paul Verrall in the 2011 Broadway revival of Born Yesterday beginning in March.