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This page is a comprehensive listing and detailing of the various characters in the television series House, divided sectionally as appropriate.

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Main characters

Senior doctors

  • Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) – Department Head: Diagnostic Medicine. As the show's protagonist, Dr. Gregory House is a maverick diagnostician with a double specialty in infectious disease and nephrology. Dr. House utterly lacks bedside manner and prefers to avoid direct contact with his patients whenever possible. Due to an infarction in his right thigh, House lost a substantial portion of the muscle in his upper leg and must use a cane to assist with walking. As a result, House is also forced to deal with constant physical pain, which he manages through a dependency on the prescription pain medication Vicodin. Although his behavior can border on antisocial or misanthropic, House is viewed as a maverick physician whose unconventional thinking and excellent instincts have afforded him a great deal of respect and an unusual level of tolerance from his colleagues and the medical world.
  • Dr. Lisa Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) – Administration: Dean of Medicine, endocrinologist. Dr. Cuddy attended the University of Michigan for graduate studies, where she first met Gregory House. She has the distinction of being one of the few characters on the show (Dr. Wilson being the other) who can match wits with the fast-talking Dr. House in conversation (and arguments) and be considered one of his "friends". She often is left to pick up the pieces of House's questionable medical practices. She is also one of the few people who can stand House's rude manner, strange requests, and his many obnoxious (sometimes nosy) habits. Although she frequently criticises House's methods, she does trust his decisions to be in the best interest of his patients. Over the course of the show, it is seen that she is one of the few, if not only, people who would hire House at all, due to widespread disapproval of House's results-oriented methods and constant insubordination. A developing arc in season five indicates that she has (and may have always had) very strong feelings for House; in season five's "Saviors" she refuses to answer when asked if she is in love with House, dismissing it as "a ridiculous question." House has described her as a Second Rate doctor.
  • Dr. James Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard) – Department Head: Oncology. Dr. Wilson is Dr. House's best friend. Dr. Wilson is very well-respected and well-liked by both his colleagues and his patients, making his close friendship with the antisocial House especially puzzling to the other hospital employees. Wilson claims that his job and his "stupid, screwed up friendship" with House are the two most important things to him. He, along with Dr. Cuddy, usually finds himself aiding and abetting House's Vicodin addiction and his very unorthodox methods.
  • Dr. Eric Foreman (Omar Epps) – Department: Department Head: Diagnostic Medicine, neurologist; attended Johns Hopkins Medical School. Of all the members of House's staff, it is strongly implied that Foreman performed better than the other fellows academically throughout college and medical school. However, during the pilot, Dr. House tells Foreman that a major factor in his hiring was the fact that he was a former juvenile delinquent who once stole cars and had 'street smarts'. As a result, he frequently voices his disapproval of House's maverick methods and daring decisions. Foreman resigned at the end of Season 3, feeling that the more time he spent with House, the more he became like him. Foreman then took a position as Head of Diagnostic Medicine at New York Mercy Hospital. During that time, he saved a patient's life by going against their protocols, something that House frequently does. Foreman is then told that while he may have saved the patient's life, he cannot be there if he cannot be trusted to obey his senior medical officers. Foreman is then fired. Although he applied at other medical facilities, no one would hire him because of the incident, attributing it to his past association with House. He later returned to Princeton Plainsboro because Cuddy was the only person willing to hire him after his actions. At the beginning of season 6 he was made Department Head of Diagnostic Medicine after House quit.
  • Dr. Allison Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) – Department Head: Emergency Medicine, immunologist. Cameron was written as an earnest and sincere character and the most empathetic of the team. Her character history reveals an early marriage to a victim of thyroid cancer, whose subsequent death had a lasting impact on her. In the first season, she has a flirtatious relationship with House, but eventually embarks upon a tenuous affair with Robert Chase. Cameron resigned at the end of Season 3, but returned in Season 4 as a member of the Princeton Plainsboro Emergency Room staff.
  • Dr. Robert Chase (Jesse Spencer) – Department Head: Surgery, intensive care specialist. Dr. Chase's demeanor appears to have been either influenced or amplified by House, as he has previously displayed a penchant for insulting patients behind their backs, takes clear and vicarious joy in watching House tear into others, finds House's antics more amusing than others do, and repeats House's mantra of "everybody lies" whenever a patient's full disclosure of any required medical history is called into question. Moreover, when suggesting treatments to diagnoses, Chase is arguably the most creative member of House's staff, often proposing unconventional treatments that had not previously been considered, but whose perceived effectiveness is generally agreed upon. Chase was fired by House at the end of Season 3, but he returned in Season 4 as the head of Princeton Plainsboro's surgical staff.

Diagnostic team

Seasons 1-3

The original diagnostic team consisted of Dr. Cameron, Dr. Chase and Dr. Foreman. While both of their tenures had brief interruptions, Chase and Cameron still appear semi-regularly on the show. They advise the newer fellows in the Diagnostic Department in seasons 4-5, or participate in cases directly when appropriate.

Seasons 4-5

Following the events of the season three finale, House began a long-running competition to select a new diagnostic team, progressively eliminating "contestants" from an original pool of 40 applicants. This story arc ran through the first half of Season 4, from episodes 4-02 to 4-09. His final team consists of Dr. Foreman and the three successful "contestants": Dr. Taub, Dr. Kutner and "Thirteen".

  • Dr. Lawrence Kutner (Kal Penn) was a sports medicine specialist. Out of all the fellows, Kutner was the most enthusiastic and the one most likely to go along with House in taking risks. In the season 5 episode "Simple Explanation", Kutner committed suicide, necessitated by Kal Penn's departure from the series.
  • Dr. Chris Taub (Peter Jacobson) is a plastic surgeon who has proved adept at, like House, working around the "rules" that Cuddy imposes. Ironically Cuddy suggested Taub become a member of House's new diagnostic team because his knowledge and combative nature would be able to keep House focused. Though married he has already cheated on his wife and has made comments that suggest he would be willing to do so again.

Season 6

  • Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) is a temporary consultant for the Department of Diagnostic Medicine while waiting to be reinstated. He later returns to the position of Head of Department in "Teamwork".

Characters overview

Season Head of the Department of Diagnostic Medicine Dean of Medicine Head of the Oncology Department Diagnostic Fellow Senior Attendant of the E.R. Head of Surgery
1 Dr. Gregory House
(Hugh Laurie)
Dr. Lisa Cuddy
(Lisa Edelstein)
Dr. James Wilson
(Robert Sean Leonard)
Dr. Eric Foreman
(Omar Epps)
Dr. Allison Cameron
(Jennifer Morrison)
Dr. Robert Chase
(Jesse Spencer)
Position Not Created Unknown n/a
2
3
4 Dr. Remy Thirteen Hadley
(Olivia Wilde)
Dr. Lawrence Kutner
(Kal Penn)
Dr. Chris Taub
(Peter Jacobson)
Dr. Allison Cameron
(Jennifer Morrison)
Dr. Robert Chase
(Jesse Spencer)
5
6 Dr. Eric Foreman
(Omar Epps)
Dr. Gregory House
(Hugh Laurie)
Dr. Allison Cameron
(Jennifer Morrison)
Dr. Robert Chase
(Jesse Spencer)
Vacant Dr. Allison Cameron
(Jennifer Morrison)
Dr. Robert Chase
(Jesse Spencer)
Dr. Gregory House
(Hugh Laurie)
Dr. Eric Foreman
(Omar Epps)
Dr. Remy "Thirteen" Hadley
(Olivia Wilde)
Dr. Chris Taub
(Peter Jacobson)

Recurring characters

Edward Vogler

Chi McBride

Edward Vogler (Chi McBride) is the billionaire owner of a pharmaceutical firm and, in a season 1 story arc, became the new chairman of the board of PPTH, a position he gained through a $100 million donation to the hospital. Vogler sought to reshape PPTH into a testing facility for his firm's new drugs and saw House's maverick ways and blatant disregard for rules and authority figures as a substantial legal and financial liability. When House refused to kowtow, so to speak, to Vogler's increasingly capricious demands (including an order for House to fire one of his fellows) and made a mockery of Vogler's company at a press banquet, Vogler gave the board an ultimatum: fire House, or lose Vogler's grant. After an impassioned motion from Cuddy for the board members to put the hospital's independence ahead of Vogler's donation, the board voted to retain House, as well as voting Vogler off the board of directors and therefore losing his $100 million.

Fox demanded a bad guy to be added to the show, a few months before House went on a Christmas hiatus.[1] Shore opposed Fox's request, because he thought adding such a character would be a bad idea.[1] Although Shore thought he managed to convince the producers not to add the character, during his vacation in Israel, he was contacted by Jacobs, who informed him that Jeff Zucker, the head of the Universal studio, threatened to cut the season short by six episodes unless the character was added.[1] To prevent this from happening, Shore created the character.[1] McBride was hired to film five episodes.[2] However the producers decided not to extend the character's story arc.[1] In a video David Shore said:"Chi McBride is so larger than life. He’s literally just a physically imposing person, and we just wanted someone who could really clash with him [with House], somebody who could be emotionally and physically and psychologically imposing as he is and could go head to head with him."[3]

Stacy Warner

Sela Ward

Stacy Warner (Sela Ward) was Dr. House's former live-in girlfriend (for five years), a Constitutional lawyer and Duke University graduate. Two years after their breakup, she married Mark Warner. She appears in 9 episodes during the run of season 2, taking a job at PPTH (after asking Cuddy to make sure it was okay with Gregory House) to be close to her husband during his recovery.

House and Stacy's relationship has been strained due to his relentless attempts to prove she still has feelings for him. Mark aided House's cause by driving a wedge between himself and his wife when he suspects a brewing affair. Mark was eventually proven correct, as Stacy fell for House all over again and they slept together. As Stacy prepared to leave her husband for House, he then rejected her (stating that he could not make her happy, because he could not change). She quit her job at the hospital and went back home to Short Hills with Mark. An enraged Wilson believed House broke her heart not out of guilt for Mark (which is not his modus), but as a last-ditch resort to ensure that House does not allow himself happiness. The aftermath of this botched affair left House in a stark depression. Stacy has not appeared on the show since.

In the episode "Son of Coma Guy", when playing a questions game with a patient to make a diagnosis, House admitted that he had been in love once. He said they met when she shot him in a game of paintball, Doctors vs Lawyers. Presumably, House was talking about Stacy. When the patient asked if that was the only time he'd ever been in love, House avoids answering and changes the subject.

Michael Tritter

David Morse

Detective Michael Tritter (David Morse) is one of House's clinic patients. After House refuses to run tests at Tritter's request and insults him, Tritter trips House. House agrees to the tests and tells Tritter he has to check his temperature to rule out infection. House proceeds to use a rectal thermometer, and his supposed reason for using the rectal thermometer over a normal mouth thermometer is Tritter's use of nicotine gum, since oral readings can be affected by food and drink. (In reality, were this a problem, House would have been able to quickly and accurately take Tritter's temperature from his ear). House then leaves the room on a pretense with the thermometer still inserted in Tritter's rectum; House intentionally never returns and Tritter endures the rectal thermometer for two hours.

Afterwards, Tritter demands an apology from House for deliberately leaving the thermometer in him. House refuses, apparently spurred on by the patient's attitude, which is as bad as House's. Caught speeding and arrested for possession of allegedly unprescribed medication, House is thrown in jail overnight by Tritter, who searches his house the next week and finds a large amount of Vicodin. He also interviews House's staff looking for inconsistencies in their stories. He proceeds to tighten his vise grip on Wilson by freezing Wilson's bank account, towing his car, and revoking his drug prescription rights because he wants Wilson to testify against House in court.

After Tritter discovers that Wilson refuses to betray House, he turns on to House's assistants, freezing Foreman and Cameron's accounts, before talking to each one of them in turn. Foreman and Cameron refuse to testify in court about House, but when Tritter talks to Chase, he makes it appear to the hospital staff as though they had had a pleasant lunch together. Chase is concerned that this makes Foreman and Cameron think that Chase has told Tritter something, although he had refused to, his only stated reason being that he would lose his job.

Tritter finally succeeds in his goal when Wilson comes to him, requesting "thirty pieces of silver" in a symbolic statement of his decision to betray House, whom he has come to see as spiraling out of control. In the final days leading up to House's trial, House enters rehab. Tritter confronts him in rehab to see if he was really going through with it. When the charges against House were dropped at the trial, because Cuddy fabricated evidence that acquitted House, Tritter wished House good luck and said that he hoped he was wrong about him. Tritter has not appeared on the show since.

Amber Volakis

Dr. Amber Volakis (Anne Dudek) (a.k.a Cutthroat Bitch) is an interventional radiologist and the main antagonist of the 4th and 5th seasons. In House's competition to hire a new team, she is #24. Volakis is willing to do anything to get the job, including acts of dishonesty. This is first seen when she convinces a group of applicants to quit, rather than be humiliated by House; she returns moments later admitting it was a ruse. She is subsequently referred to as "Cutthroat Bitch" and "Bitch" throughout the season, and is even referred to as such on House's caller I.D. After the characters stop using this nickname, she is still almost always called by her first name, unlike the rest of the characters. She sometimes coerces Chase and Cameron, now reassigned to different departments of the hospital, into helping her. Her persistence and unorthodox approaches initially win her praise, but she is ultimately eliminated because House feels she cannot accept being wrong, something he says she would need to be able to accept on a regular basis if she were to work for him.

Dr. Volakis returns in "Frozen" when House discovers that she is Wilson's new girlfriend, a fact Wilson had been trying to conceal from House. House and Amber quickly develop an adversarial relationship, bickering over "shared custody" of Wilson. In the two-part season 4 finale, Amber is involved in a bus crash alongside House, who had seen symptoms of an unknown disease in her immediately before the crash, later found to be amantadine poisoning caused by kidney damage and her taking too many flu pills before the crash. She dies in Wilson's arms as a result of multiple organ failures due to her accidental poisoning. She was only absent in two episodes throughout the fourth season.

Amber re-appeared as a hallucination of House's at the end of the episode "Saviors". This was expanded in the episode "House Divided" where House continued to see Amber and was revealed to be part of his subconscious, brought on by lack of sleep and guilt over failing to foresee Kutner's suicide. His subconscious takes the form of Amber due to his guilt over her death also. House first sought to shut her out with sleeping pills but later engages proactively with his subconscious to figure out the case. However, this proves almost fatal to the patient at the time when House gets the diagnosis wrong and almost kills Chase at his bachelor party (inadvertently causing him anaphylactic shock when he licks a stripper covered in strawberry flavoured body butter - Chase suffers an allergy to strawberries). House hypothesizes that Amber was actually trying to murder Chase (and therefore House was). House uses the sleeping pill at the conclusion of the episode but finds he is still seeing Amber. In the next episode Under My Skin it is shown that House's hallucinations of Amber were due to his use of Vicodin, and he was forced to detox. However, in the season finale, after it is exposed that House did not in fact detox, Amber re-appears as his hallucination.

Critic Kelly Woo, from TV Squad, placed her on #3 on her list of "Seven new characters that worked" just below Lost's Benjamin Linus and Desmond Hume.[4]

Lucas Douglas

Lucas Douglas (Michael Weston) is a private investigator. He is hired by House in the fifth season episode "Not Cancer" to spy on House's team and gain information about them. Among other things, he finds out about a secret bank account started up by Taub's wife of which Taub is unaware. Impressed by his thorough efforts, House decides to put Lucas "on retainer".

Next, in "Adverse Events", House uses Lucas to gain information about Cuddy's personal life. Lucas, though, had also begun to take a romantic interest in Cuddy. In "Lucky Thirteen", House uses him to spy on Wilson because he suspects he was lying about where he was one morning. Lucas finds out that he's dating a hooker and that he's doing drugs. House then figures out Wilson was trying to throw him off because he knew Lucas was following him. It is also revealed that Lucas got the keys to all of his fellows' houses. House also used him to dig up info about Foreman, but couldn't find anything interesting.

Michael Weston reprises the role of Lucas during season six in the episode "Known Unknowns".[5] Lucas has begun dating Cuddy.

Unsuccessful applicants for fellowship

Andy Comeau
  • Dr. Jeffrey Cole (a.k.a. Big Love, Black Mormon, Dark Religious Nut) (Edi Gathegi) is #18. A graduate of Brigham Young University, Cole is a practicing Mormon which draws the ire of Dr. House, an atheist. House is eventually punched by Cole when he calls Joseph Smith a "horny fraud." This impresses House. Dr. Cole is also African-American, and a surrogate for House’s racial epithets towards Dr. Foreman. Cole refused to drop out of the running when Amber deceitfully encouraged candidates to quit rather than be humiliated by Dr. House. Cameron believes Cole is a decent and principled man, and gives him advice on how to gain House's respect. In the episode "Guardian Angels" it is revealed that he is a single father, and does not know where his child's mother is. In the episode "You Don't Want To Know", Kutner mentions that he has babysat for Cole's son. He is nicknamed "Big Love" in reference to HBO’s popular series about Utah polygamists. He is fired after House discovers he has allied himself with Cuddy instead of bucking her authority.
  • Dr. Travis Brennan (a.k.a. Grumpy) (Andy Comeau) is an epidemiologist. He is #37. Brennan was invited back for the second round of cuts, and survived again when the females' team was eliminated for failing to properly supervise the patient, resulting in his death. He offered the final (though incorrect) diagnosis of eosinophilic pneumonia of this patient, and House authorized treatment. House nicknames him "Grumpy", and he tends to be gruff and straight to the point. It is revealed he worked with Doctors Without Borders for eight years, making his experience in third world countries provide him more awareness of exotic pathologies. He interviewed for this job to settle down to a life in New Jersey with his fiancée, though from his own testimony and the mirroring of a patient he would rather be back working in other countries. He was forced to quit in the episode "Whatever It Takes" after House discovered that he was poisoning a patient in order to provoke studies into cures for polio. When House confronted him with this, he told Brennan he had no intention of firing him, but ordered him to quit instead. House gave him a few moments to leave and then had Foreman call the police.
Carmen Argenziano
  • Henry Dobson (a.k.a. Scooter/Ridiculously Old Fraud/Bosley) (Carmen Argenziano) was a former Medical School Admissions Officer. He is #26. Dobson refuses to perform even basic tests on patients, saying that, with his advanced age and the other applicants' inexperience, they have more to prove; however, he shows a very gifted medical mind. House pulls Dobson aside and reveals the truth: Dobson is not even a doctor, and never even graduated from medical school - in his time as an admissions officer, he simply audited 30 years of medical school classes. Dobson admits this, but House, impressed by his gall as well as his knowledge, allows him to stay on to compete for a job as an "assistant." He argues age should not matter (jokingly claiming he is 21) and demonstrates he is as effective as any of the real doctors by finding a way to break into a patient's home to acquire key information and offering a diagnosis of cancer for a patient that House agreed with and scheduled surgery for. However, in "97 Seconds", House does reveal to the remaining team members that one of the remaining "applicants" is not even really a doctor, although they have yet to realize who this is. Ultimately he is dismissed when House finds that Dobson's thought processes are too similar to his own, illustrated when Dobson explains that "you don't need someone to tell you what you're already thinking" before House can explain the dismissal. Nicknamed "Scooter", "Ridiculously Old Fraud" and "Bosley" after the Charlie's Angels character in an episode where House was pretending to be Charlie and the other applicants the Angels.

Minor characters

  • Nurse Brenda Previn (Stephanie Venditto) is the Head Nurse seen in many earlier episodes. She was often snarky towards House and his team. She was last seen in the episode "Que Sera Sera".
  • Dr. Samira Terzi (Michael Michele) accepted a position on Dr. House's team in the episode "Whatever it Takes". She formerly worked for the CIA. However, she was quickly fired in the next episode ("Ugly") because Dr. House found that his attraction for her was impairing his ability to be objective in rejecting her ideas, which often had a weak medical basis.
Leighton Meester
  • Ali (Leighton Meester) was House's "teenage stalker." She was a seventeen year old whose father was treated by Dr. House for a cold during "Informed Consent". She then became obsessed with him, going as far as stalking him during work, and encouraging the two of them to have sex.
  • Steve McQueen (named after the Hollywood actor) is House's pet rat, which he captured in Stacy's attic in episode 2.07 ("Hunting"). Originally supposed to be exterminating the rat, House granted him reprieve in order to diagnose his odd neck tilt. By the end of the episode House had determined the cause to be mycoplasmosis, aggravated by Stacy's smoking. House has used Steve McQueen for medical experimentation. In Episode 2.21 "Euphoria, Part 2", House uses Steve to do a walkthrough of the Cop's home and stated that if Steve begins showing symptoms, as House saw it on his webcam, that there was a '"good chance" that he would be hit with a "cane-shaped object", and subsequently dissected. Steve never showed symptoms, however, so House didn't end up killing him. Since then, he has been seen in the background in House's apartment during various episodes. It was revealed on the official House website that Steve has since died.[6]
  • Dr. Darryl Nolan (Andre Braugher) is a therapist who works at Mayfield Psychiatric Hospital. He was assigned as House's doctor through his recovery process. In "Broken" it is up to him to write the letter to the medical board to get House his license back. House threatens Nolan with civil disobedience, but Nolan found ways to get around House's nonsense. After "Freedom Master" leaps off of a parking garage due to House trying to prove Nolan wrong (he somehow survives but is seriously injured), House changes his ways and begins complying with his treatments. Nolan begins giving House therapy sessions and helps him on the road to recovery. House opens up to Nolan, who teaches him to be able to trust others and get close to somebody. When Nolan's father is dying, he calls House as a second consult, showing his trust in him. House also believes that Nolan has immersed himself so much in his work he has no friends and family and House is the closest he has to a friend. Although House is initially mean to him after confirming Nolan's father is fatally ill, House stays with him as his father dies giving Nolan some comfort which he later thanks House for. After House shows he has connected with Lydia, he agrees to write the letter to get House's job back.
    He returns in "Epic Fail". In a therapy session with House, he convinces him to try a new hobby with Wilson. After House is still getting pain in his leg despite his new cooking hobby, he recommends he returns to diagnostic medicine, because helping solve a case temporarily relieved his pain.

Family members

  • John and Blythe House (R. Lee Ermey and Diane Baker) are House's parents. House's mother is notably the only person aside from Wilson and Stacy towards whom he appears to show genuine affection, and although it's implied that he doesn't keep in regular contact with his parents, he has been seen to phone his mother at Christmas. In episode 2.05 ("Daddy's Boy"), mother Blythe seems to be the standard military housewife, and House calls her a "human polygraph". His father John used to be a Marine Corps pilot and is incessantly honest, a trait which House seems to be quite bitter about. House's father is hard on him for not dealing with his leg better, telling him "your problem is that you don't know how lucky you are." House's father was stationed in Egypt when House was young, and in Japan when House was a teenager. In episode twelve of season three ("One Day, One Room"), House reveals that his father abused him, making him sleep on the lawn and take ice baths. In episode 5.04, "Birthmarks", John House dies, and House reveals that he does not believe John was his biological father. At the funeral, House delivers a eulogy at his mother's request and he can't restrain himself from pointing out his father's lack of compassion by referring to the fact that no officers of inferior rank attended his funeral, only superiors, meaning that he never inspired any respect in his inferiors. House removes skin from John's ear for DNA testing, which confirms his suspicion and seems in part to validate his disdain for his father. Despite the revelation, John's death seems to have moved House; later in the episode in a rare moment of vulnerability, House says to Wilson, "My dad's dead," as though the significance of the event were just sinking in. In "Brave Heart" House attempts to talk to his father after Wilson tells him to try it.
  • Dr. Rowan Chase (Patrick Bauchau) is Dr. Robert Chase's estranged Central European-Australian father and an acclaimed rheumatologist. He left his alcoholic wife and teenage son, and some unspecified time later, remarried. He is seen in one episode, 1.13 ("Cursed"). In episode 2.08 ("The Mistake"), the character was revealed to have died of lung cancer, without ever saying goodbye to his son, and in 2.22 ("Forever"), House concludes from the fact that Robert Chase worked at the neonatal department during his vacation to earn some extra money that he also left his son out of his will. Chase confirms this in later episodes.
  • Marcus Foreman (Orlando Jones) is Dr. Foreman's estranged older brother, who has led a life of petty crime. He is released from prison in "Moving the Chains", whereupon House immediately gives him a job as his assistant. Eric is infuriated by this move, for although Marcus claims to have changed, Eric has not forgiven his brother for his previous life. Marcus informs House of Mrs. Foreman's death and quits after House reveals this knowledge to Eric. However, the brothers' relationship seems to be somewhat repaired, as Eric offers to help Marcus in finding a new job and invites him to share his home.
  • Rachel Cuddy is Lisa Cuddy's adopted daughter.

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