Stephen Fry

Biography: Stephen Fry is a British television actor and much more. He has performed in plays, movies, audio books and on radio, as well as directed plays, movies, and documentaries. For all of the above he worked as a writer and also wrote television scripts and treatments. His books include several novels and assorted non-fiction including his autobiography. He wrote for opera librettos, songs, newspapers and similar media and he is known as a comedian, host, and presenter. By numerous publications and polls, he has been named as one of Britain's favourite entertainers.
Stephen John Fry was born on 24 August 1957 in Hampstead, London, England, UK, to Marianne and Alan Fry, a physicist and inventor, and grew up in the countryside of Norfolk, England. He has one older brother, Roger, and a younger sister, Jo. In his childhood and teen years he got into trouble in various boarding schools, along the way discovering that he was gay He spent three month in Pucklechurch Prison for using
Stephen Fry is a British television actor and much more. He has performed in plays, movies, audio books and on radio, as well as directed plays, movies, and documentaries. For all of the above he worked as a writer and also wrote television scripts and treatments. His books include several novels and assorted non-fiction including his autobiography. He wrote for opera librettos, songs, newspapers and similar media and he is known as a comedian, host, and presenter. By numerous publications and polls, he has been named as one of Britain's favourite entertainers.
Stephen John Fry was born on 24 August 1957 in Hampstead, London, England, UK, to Marianne and Alan Fry, a physicist and inventor, and grew up in the countryside of Norfolk, England. He has one older brother, Roger, and a younger sister, Jo. In his childhood and teen years he got into trouble in various boarding schools, along the way discovering that he was gay He spent three month in Pucklechurch Prison for using stolen credit cards, until he studied hard enough to gain a scholarship to Cambridge University. He joined the famed drama club where he met and befriended fellow actors Hugh Laurie, Emma Thompson, and others. In 1996, he met his domestic partner Daniel Cohen with whom he lives in London.
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Stephen Fry's Scores

Average career score: 62
Highest Metascore: 70 24: Live Another Day
Lowest Metascore: 55 Bones: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 2
  2. Negative: 0 out of 2
2 tv reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
70 24: Live Another Day May 5, 2014 Prime Minister Alastair Davies 8.7
tbd Bones: Season 5 Sep 17, 2009 Dr. Gordon Wyatt 7.6
tbd Kingdom (UK): Season 3 Jun 7, 2009 Peter Kingdom tbd
tbd Stephen Fry in America: Season 1 Oct 12, 2008 Himself / Writer 5.0
tbd Kingdom (UK): Season 2 Jan 13, 2008 Peter Kingdom tbd
tbd Kingdom (UK): Season 1 Apr 22, 2007 Peter Kingdom / Executive Producer tbd
tbd Pocoyo: Season 1 Mar 11, 2006 Narrator tbd
55 Bones: Season 1 Sep 13, 2005 Dr. Gordon Wyatt 7.2
tbd Countdown: Season 45 Jul 2, 2001 Guest tbd
tbd Countdown: Season 44 Dec 26, 2000 Guest tbd
tbd Countdown: Season 42 Dec 27, 1999 Guest tbd
tbd Countdown: Season 40 Dec 28, 1998 Guest tbd
tbd Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK): Season 9 Jul 3, 1997 Himself tbd
tbd A Bit of Fry and Laurie: Season 4 Feb 12, 1995 Various Roles / Writer 10
tbd A Bit of Fry and Laurie: Season 3 Jan 9, 1992 Various Roles / Writer 10
tbd A Bit of Fry and Laurie: Season 2 Mar 9, 1990 Various Roles / Writer 10
tbd A Bit of Fry and Laurie: Season 1 Jan 13, 1989 Various Roles / Writer 8.9
tbd Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK): Season 1 Sep 23, 1988 Himself 10
tbd Pocoyo: Season 2 Mar 11, 2006 Narrator tbd