For example, although Cuddy proposed the bet to House that he give up Vicodin for a week in order to reduce his clinic duty, it was Wilson's idea.
Wilson has gone to extreme lengths to protect and support House, as well as enable House's abusive and manipulative behavior: Wilson is one of three brothers.
He has an undergraduate degree from Mc Gill University, and graduate degrees from Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania. Shortly after a medical convention in New Orleans, after graduating medical school, Wilson accidentally broke an antique mirror and started a bar fight when another customer repeatedly played "Leave A Tender Moment Alone" by Billy Joel to the frustration of Wilson, who was going through a divorce with his first wife at the time.
We were too busy hitting up primary school to notice.
Robert Sean Leonard first attended Fordham University, before moving (and eventually graduating) from Columbia University.
Stagestruck since the age of 11, Robert Sean Leonard acted Off-Broadway in Sally's Gone, She Left Her Name and made his Broadway debut as Eugene in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs shortly after appearing in a small part in his first feature The Manhattan Project.
He landed a starring role in My Best Friend Is a Vampire but really drew raves for his sensitive portrayal of the would-be actor driven to suicide by his father in Peter Weir's Dead Poets Society.
Gregory House's sole good friend up until his resignation from the hospital and eventual death from Thymoma which he was officially diagnosed with in the Season 8 episode, Body and Soul.
Wilson acts as House’s conscience, sounding board, and the enabler of his abusive personality.
He has been married and divorced three times (his first wife was Sam Carr, the second wife was Bonnie Wilson, the third Julie Wilson).