The British aren't coming -- they're already here invading our TV shows disguised as Americans. This is not a new phenomenon, although many fans of "House" were surprised to learn that their favorite cantankerous, pill-popping doctor was actually a classically trained British actor (Hugh Laurie). Whether it's their centuries-old tradition of theater training, dedication to the craft or just a fresh face, a new wave of talented actors from the U.K. are successfully taking on leading roles on hit series in the U.S. Here's a look at the recent crop.
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