The 34-year-old star appeared as Dr. Allison Cameron alongside the British veteran in 'House', when he starred as the titular role which saw the former 'Blackadder' actor become a global name.
She said: ''Did I find House sexy? Of course I did! How could I not have done? He was rude and obnoxious but definitely had a real charm about him and I think Cameron was turned on by his talent.
''Watching Hugh at work was incredible. There wasn't a day when I didn't learn something from him. He's a real renaissance man - a writer, a director, even a guitarist. There wasn't anything he couldn't do.
''In one episode he was called upon to juggle and I remember watching him and thinking, 'Of course he can juggle - why would I even think he couldn't do that too?' ''
Jennifer also recalled her own role fondly, admitting it was ''life-changing'' and will ''always'' hold a place in her heart.
She told the Daily Mail newspaper: ''Cameron was a great balance to House's cynicism and a fun role to play. She went from being naïve and unsure of herself to playing House at his own game.
''That role was pretty life-changing for me and she'll always have a place in my heart.''
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