Stephen Fry

Actor and Writer

About

Stephen has performed in theatre, television and film and is making his Broadway acting debut with Twelfth Night. His previous theatre credits include Forty Years On (Chichester/West End), The Common Pursuit, Cell Mates, revised book for Me and My Girl (Tony nomination, Drama Desk Award).

He appeared in the films The Good Father, Peter’s Friends, Wilde (for which he received a Golden Globe nomination), Gosford Park, Bright Young Things (screenplay, director), Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story, V for Vendetta, St. Trinian’s, Eichmann, Alice in Wonderland, Sherlock Holmes 2, The Man.

He’s also done television work on “Doors Open,” “No Strings Attached,” “The Bleak Little Shop of Stuff,” “The Borrowers,” “Holy Flying Circus,” “Q1” (11 series for which he received a Royal Television Society nomination in 2008 and BAFTA nominations from 2004-2007), “Kingdom,” “Never Mind the Buzzcocks,” “Bones,” “Extras,” “Who Do You Think You Are?” “Tom Brown’s Schooldays,” “Absolute Power,” “Fortysomething,” “Paddington Goes to Peru,” “Surrealissimo,” “Gormenghast,” “Longitude,” “Watership Down,” “Stalag Luft,” “Common Pursuit,” “Jeeves and Wooster,” “Blackadder Goes Forth,” “Old Flames,” “A Bit of Fry and Laurie,” “Saturday Live,” “Happy Families,” “Blackadder,” “The Young Ones” and “Alfresco.” 

Fry will next be seen as the cunning, unscrupulous Master of Lake-town in Peter Jackson’s forthcoming The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, the second film in The Hobbit trilogy.

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