Stephen Fry

Stephen Fry


Stephen Fry is well known as a comedian, actor, writer, wit and raconteur. A brilliant academic, he was educated at Cambridge University; where he performed with the famous footlights (81/82) and subsequently met Hugh Laurie. The two of them struck up a prolific writing partnership; producing ‘Footlights’ revues for numerous events including The Mayweek Festival, The Edinburgh Festival (winning the coveted Perrier Award) and for a three month tour of Australia.

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Stephen was the popular Host of the prestigious BAFTA awards for over twelve years where he showed his wit, humour, education and unprecedented presentation skills to an international audience.

Stephen Fry’s Opening Monologue in 2001

BAFTA Awards 2013 opening speech

Fry & Laurie

It was his double act with Hugh Laurie that got him known to the general public. They performed together in a series of short sharp sketches as guests on various TV shows before they were given their own BBC TV series ‘Fry & Laurie’ in the eighties. The partnership developed further with acting roles in the ITV series ‘Jeeves and Wooster’ & Blackadder II (BBC).

Stephen Fry: Writer

In 1984 Stephen was engaged to rewrite the Noel Gay musical “Me and My Girl”; which earned him a nomination for a Tony Award in 1987. Through the 1980’s Stephen did a huge amount of television and radio work; as well as writing for newspapers and magazines including a weekly column in the Daily Telegraph and articles for Arena.

As an author Stephen has written; The Liar, Paperweight, Hippopotamus, Making History, The Stars’ Tennis Balls and ‘Moab is My Washpot’.

Stephen Fry: Actor

He distinguished himself on many chat shows and took acting roles in films; ‘Peters Friends’ and ‘Wilde’ (1997) where he received a Golden Globe nomination. Other TV and Film appearances include; MirrorMask (2005), Tom Brown’s Schooldays (2005), The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004), Absolute Power (2003) Fortysomething (2003), Bright Young Things (2003), Thunderpants (2002), Gosford Park (2001), A Fish Called Wanda (1988).

Director Debut

Stephen Fry made his feature directorial debut with Bright Young Things, a screenplay he adapted from Evelyn Waugh’s Vile Bodies. He also wrote Gossip and Original Screenplay for Paramount Pictures.

Theatre Career

Stephen’s theatre career included successful runs in Alan Bennett’s “Forty Years On”, Michael Frayn’s “Look Look” and “The Common Pursuit”.

Stephen Fry – National Television Awards 2010 – Special Recognition Award

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