Stephen Fry

Stephen Fry

Highest Rated: 97% Love & Friendship (2016)

Lowest Rated: 20% Relative Values (2000)

Birthday: Aug 24, 1957

Birthplace: Hampstead, London, England

While studying at Cambridge University, he joined the Cambridge Footlights, where he met future collaborators Hugh Laurie and Emma Thompson. Is an avid writer and has written fiction, plays, nonfiction and newspaper columns. His first novel was The Liar (1991). Openly explored his struggle with bipolar disorder in the 2006 documentary Stephen Fry: The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive. Won the Best Presenter at the Royal Television Society Programme Awards in 2014. Serves on the board of directors of the Norwich City Football Club. Has Prosopagnosia which means he struggles to recognise faces - even those known well to him. Became vegetarian in 2017. Due to his bipolar disorder, is involved with the mental health charity Stand to Reason, and is President of Mind. Announced via a video in 2018 that he had undergone an operation to treat prostate cancer, that he was recovering well and early intervention had saved his life.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Mysteriet om herr Länk Lord Piggot-Dunceb 2019
89% Missing Link Lord Piggot-Dunceb 2019
No Score Yet Churchill and the Movie Mogul Actor 2019
88% Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood Actor 2018
29% Tomorrow Actor 2018
No Score Yet Duck Duck Goose Actor 2018
57% The Hippopotamus Screenwriter 2017
No Score Yet Battle of Soho Actor 2017
No Score Yet 50 Years Legal Actor 2017
29% Alice Through the Looking Glass Cheshire Cat $77.1M 2016
97% Love & Friendship Mr Johnso $14.1M 2016
62% The Man Who Knew Infinity Sir Francis Spring 2016
No Score Yet The Not So Secret Life of the Manic Depressive: 10 Years On Actor 2016
No Score Yet Rocky Horror Show Live Actor 2015
68% That Sugar Film Actor 2015
No Score Yet Mahout: The Great Elephant Walk Actor 2015
59% The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Master of Laketown $187.8M 2014
No Score Yet Shakespeare's Globe Theatre: Twelfth Night Actor 2014
74% The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Master of Laketown $180.5M 2013
54% The Look of Love Barrister $0.3M 2013
35% Escape From Planet Earth Screenwriter $54.8M 2013
No Score Yet Shakespeare's Globe Theatre: Twelfth Night Encore Actor 2013
79% Wagner & Me Actor $38.2K 2012
No Score Yet Doors Open Actor 2012
60% Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Mycroft Holmes $186.9M 2011
57% House Of Boys Dr. Marsh 2011
No Score Yet March of the Dinosaurs Actor 2011
No Score Yet Benjamin Sniddlegrass and the Cauldron of Penguins Actor 2011
No Score Yet Christopher Hitchens In Conversation With Stephen Fry Actor 2011
No Score Yet The Borrowers Professor Mildeye 2011
38% Eichmann Minister Tormer $3.2K 2010
51% Alice in Wonderland Cheshire Cat $319.4M 2010
No Score Yet Stephen Fry: Wagner And Me Himself (as Presenter) 2010
25% Animals United (Konferenz der Tiere) Socrates $0.6M 2010
No Score Yet The Water Warriors Actor 2009
No Score Yet Tales of the Riverbank Owl 2008
No Score Yet One Giant Leap 2: What About Me? Actor 2008
No Score Yet Alfresco Actor 2008
No Score Yet Last Of The Dambusters Actor 2008
31% St. Trinian's Himself 2007
No Score Yet Stephen Fry: 50 Not Out Actor 2007
35% Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker Smithers $0.6M 2006
70% The Magic Flute Screenwriter Actor 2006
73% V for Vendetta Deitrich $70.6M 2006
No Score Yet Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band: 40th Anniversary Actor 2006
No Score Yet A Bear Named Winnie Protheroe the Zookeeper 2005
89% Tristram Shandy: A Cock & Bull Story St. Patrick Curator/Parson Yorick $1.2M 2005
54% MirrorMask Librarian $0.9M 2005
60% The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Narrator $51.1M 2005
65% Bright Young Things Screenwriter Chauffer Executive Producer Director $0.9M 2004
No Score Yet Tooth Pedro 2004
69% The Life and Death of Peter Sellers Maurice Woodruff 2004
No Score Yet Tom Brown's Schooldays Actor 2004
36% Le Divorce Piers Janely $9M 2003
86% Gosford Park Insp. Thompson $41.3M 2001
No Score Yet The Discovery of Heaven Onno Quist 2001
No Score Yet Londinium Nigel Steele 2001
40% Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? Dr. Peter Robinson 2001
60% Thunderpants Sir Anthony Silk 2001
80% Longitude Sir Kenhelm Digby 2000
20% Relative Values Crestwell 2000
No Score Yet Gormenghast Professor Bellgrove 2000
No Score Yet Best Frazer Crane 2000
No Score Yet Winter In Watership Down Actor 1999
No Score Yet Blackadder Back & Forth Actor 1999
No Score Yet Journey to Watership Down Actor 1999
61% A Civil Action Pinder 1998
71% Wilde Oscar Wilde 1998
35% Spice World Judge 1998
No Score Yet Tichborne Claimant Hawkins 1998
75% The Wind in the Willows The Judge 1996
83% Cold Comfort Farm Mybug 1996
44% I.Q. James Moreland 1994
No Score Yet Stalag Luft James Forrester 1993
71% Peter's Friends Peter 1992
94% A Fish Called Wanda Hutchison 1988
No Score Yet A Handful of Dust Reggie 1988
No Score Yet Blackadder's Christmas Carol Actor 1988
No Score Yet The Secret Policeman's Third Ball Actor 1987
No Score Yet The Good Father Creighton 1986

TV

Credit
93% Doctor Who
2006
2020
77% Neo Yokio
2017-2018
Voice 2018
2017
No Score Yet Tavis Smiley
2013-2018
Guest 2017
45% The Great Indoors
2016-2017
Roland 2017
2016
No Score Yet The Graham Norton Show
2007
Guest 2017
2014
2009
90% Bones
2005-2017
Dr. Gordon Wyatt 2017
2009
2007
No Score Yet The Late Late Show With James Corden
2015-2019
Guest 2016
No Score Yet QI
2003-2015
Host 2015
2014
2013
2012
2009
2006
2004
2003
75% 24: Live Another Day
2014
Prime Minister Davies 2014
No Score Yet Kingdom
2014-2017
Peter Kingdom Executive Producer Producer 2014
No Score Yet Colbert Report
2005-2014
Guest 2013
No Score Yet Top Gear
2002-2019
Guest 2010
89% Extras
2005-2007
Himself 2007
No Score Yet Jeeves and Wooster
1993
Reginald Jeeves 2006
2005
No Score Yet Masterpiece
1971-2014
Jeeves 1992
No Score Yet Danger Mouse
1992
Voice 1992
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
100% Blackadder Goes Forth
1989
General Melchett 1989
No Score Yet A Bit of Fry and Laurie
1989-1995
Performer
No Score Yet A Life on Screen
2014
100% Blackadder II
1986
Lord Melchett
83% Blackadder the Third
1987
Melchett
No Score Yet Dangermouse
1981-1992
Voice
No Score Yet Great Performances
2000
Humphrey Taylor
No Score Yet Stephen Fry in America
2012
Host Appearing
57% The Black Adder
1983
Melchett
No Score Yet The Thin Blue Line
1996
Brigadier Blaster

QUOTES FROM Stephen Fry CHARACTERS

The White Queen says: The Hatter is counting on you.

Cheshire Cat says: We all are.

Narrator says: More popular than The Celestial Home Care of Nibus. Better selling than 53 More Things to Do in Zero Gravity. And more controversial than Oolon Collouphid's trilogy of philosophical blockbusters Where God Went Wrong, Some More of God's Greatest Mistakes, and Who Is This God Person, Anyway?

Peter says: It's funny. With both my parents gone, suddenly I have this overwhelming urge to act maturely.

Andrew says: Oh, I don't think anyone really matures. I think adults are just children who owe money.

Andrew says: What's this then?

Peter says: It's called a potbelly. We have those in England along with culture.

Peter says: There are some friends you know you will have for the rest of your life. You're welded together by love, trust, respect or loss. Or in our case, simple embarrassment.

Evey says: What's that?

Deitrich says: It's a copy of the Qu'ran, fourteenth century.

Evey says: Are you a muslim?

Deitrich says: No, I'm in television

Deitrich says: No, I'm in television.

Deitrich says: Gordon please, I don't need mister to make this body feel any older.

Mycroft Holmes says: Madame! I believe congratulations are in order, Mrs. Watson? I am the other Holmes.

Mary Watson says: There's two of you? Marvelous! Could this evening get any better!?

Mycroft Holmes says: "Although our time together has been but a brief interlude, I'm beginning to understand how a man of...a particular disposition, under certain circumstances--extreme ones, perhaps--might grow to enjoy the company of-eh, of-of- your particular...gender."

Mycroft Holmes says: Although our time together has been but a brief interlude, I'm beginning to understand how a man of...a particular disposition, under certain circumstances--extreme ones, perhaps--might grow to enjoy the company of-eh, of-of- your particular...gender.

Cheshire Cat says: I'm not crazy, my reality is just different than yours.

Alice says: What are you doing?

Cheshire Cat says: It needs to be looked at by someone with evaporating skills or it will fester and putrify.

Dr. John Watson says: May I deduce that you, Mycroft-- nice to meet you, by the way [holds out hand].

Mycroft Holmes says: No!

Sherlock Holmes says: He doesn't.

Dr. John Watson says: May I deduce that you, who never strays from the path between your home and the Diogenes' Club, and never on a Monday when they serve your favorite potted shrimps must be here for some far more important reason than my stag party?

Mycroft Holmes says: You know, he's nothing like as slow-witted as you've led me to believe, Shirly.

Sherlock Holmes says: [Mycroft emerges out from under an overhanging roof] Loitering in the woodshed again, are we, Myckie?

Mycroft Holmes says: Good evening, Sherly. I see your boot maker is ill, dear brother.

Sherlock Holmes says: I detect that you have recently changed the brand of soap with which you shave.

Mycroft Holmes says: May I point out that the chimney in the front room at Baker Street is still in need of a damn good sweeping out?

Sherlock Holmes says: Are you aware that the hackney carriage by which you arrived had a damaged wheel?

Mycroft Holmes says: Yes, the left. And it's plain to the meanest intelligence that you have recently acquired a new bow for your violin.

Sherlock Holmes says: Same bow, new strings.

Dr. John Watson says: And may I deduce that you who rarely strays from the path that runs from your home to the Diogenes Club and never on a Monday where they serve your favourite potted shrimps must be here for some far more important reason than my stag party?

Mycroft Holmes says: You know he’s nothing like as slow-witted as you’ve been leading me to believe, Sherly.

Mycroft Holmes says: Anthony! Anthony!

Mycroft Holmes says: Good evening, Mrs Watson. I'm the other Holmes.

Mary Watson says: You mean there's two of you? Marvelous.

Mycroft Holmes says: You know, he's nothing like as slow witted as you've been leading me to believe, Sherly.

Mycroft Holmes says: They will be discussing peace but will actually be readying their armies at home.

Mycroft Holmes says: (Mary Watson falls in the river, and there is a boat nearby containing Mycroft) Over here! Hello, I am the other Holmes.

Mary Watson says: (Sarcastically) Another Holmes? Can this evening get any better?

Narrator says: So long, and thanks for all the fish.

Deitrich says: You wear a mask for so long you forget who you were beneath it.

Cheshire Cat says: All this talk of blood and slaying has put me off my tea.

Deitrich says: You wear a mask for so long, you forget who you were beneath it.