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Stephen Fry

Stephen John Fry (born 24 August 1957) is an English actor, screenwriter, author, playwright, journalist, poet, comedian, television presenter, film director and a director of Norwich City Football Club.

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Stephen Fry's Podgrams - Reception
... Stephen Fry's Podgrams have been well received by critics ... Chris Campling of The Times said that Fry was smug, "but then he has a lot to be smug about, not least the ability to waffle for 30 to 45 minutes about not very much without being boring ... Zammit wrote positively on Fry's comments saying, "I share Stephen's worries completely ...
Al Murray - Career - Other Work
... The other flavours were 'Jimmy Con Carne'(Jimmy Carr), 'Stephen Fry-Up'(Stephen Fry) and 'Frank Roast Dinner'(Frank Skinner) ... The winner was Stephen Fry-up (27%), with Al's in 2nd with 25% ...
Stephen Fry Bibliography And Filmography - Performances - Television Programmes
... Goes Forth (1989), and Blackadder Back Forth (1999) Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1988, 1997) A Bit of Fry and Laurie (1987 pilot, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1995) This Is David Lander (1988) The New ...
Stephen Fry In America
... Stephen Fry in America is a six-part BBC television series in which Stephen Fry travels across the United States of America, a country in which he was almost born ... Just before Fry was born, his father was offered a job at Princeton University, in New Jersey, but chose to turn it down in favour of Hampstead ... The ratings were so successful that the broadcaster decided to finally air Fry's other BBC programme, QI the next month ...
Stephen Fry - Bibliography
... Fry, Stephen Laurie, Hugh (1990) ... A Bit of Fry and Laurie ... Fry, Stephen (1991) ...

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    You don’t need a Harvard MBA to know that the bedroom and the boardroom are just two sides of the same ballgame.
    Stephen Fry (b. 1957)

    Poetry is the language in which man explores his own amazement ... says heaven and earth in one word ... speaks of himself and his predicament as though for the first time. It has the virtue of being able to say twice as much as prose in half the time, and the drawback, if you do not give it your full attention, of seeming to say half as much in twice the time.
    —Christopher Fry (b. 1907)