This page is a comprehensive list and description of the various characters who appear, from time to time, in the television series House.The list is divided episode-wise, as well as character-wise, and includes recurring characters, such as Rachel Taub, and Dominika, as well as characters who appear in only a few episodes, such as Juan Alvarez (House) and Steve McQueen (the rat).
costumer (as James Henry Lapidus) Elaine Ramires ... wardrobe supervisor (as Elena Del Rio) Heidi Shulman ... costume supervisor: New York Mary Elizabeth Still ... costumer Debbie Travis ... costumer: to Mr. Nicholson (as Deborah Travis) Philip Maldonado ... costumer (uncredited)
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Em um dos episódios Wilson inventa, como gozação para enganar Taub e Kurtner, que House conheceu "a mulher" chamada Irene Adler e que nunca se recuperou da morte desta por não ter descoberto a tempo qual sua enfermidade. Irene Adler é personagem dos romances de Holmes e sempre é referida como "a mulher".
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House's Head: Directed by Greg Yaitanes. With Hugh Laurie, Lisa Edelstein, Omar Epps, Robert Sean Leonard. A bus that House was riding crashes. House claims there's a victim on the bus who is dying, but not from the bus accident.
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