One of the most influential figures in British comedy, Stephen Fry is an extremely successful stage and screen actor, TV Presenter and author as well as the longstanding host of BBC’s QI. With his comedy career beginning alongside Cambridge University friend Hugh Laurie, the duo wrote and starred in A Bit of Fry & Laurie, followed by the renowned Jeeves and Wooster. A hugely accomplished TV Presenter, Fry has hosted his own shows and presented documentaries a range of subjects, including metal illness, America and cutting edge technology.
In 2003, Fry began to host QI, alongside permanent panelist Alan Davies and has gone on to gain record ratings for its showings on other TV channels, including BBC Four and Dave. Fry’s extensive portfolio of documentaries highlights his ability as a compelling and engaging TV Presenter.
With his Emmy Award winning production Stephen Fry: The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive in 2006, the documentary gained huge acclaim and sparked many more broadcasts featuring Stephen as TV Presenter. Stephen regularly delivers talks as an after dinner speaker concerning a diverse range of topics, including technology, current affairs and his career in media and broadcasting. A consummate professional, Stephen Fry has turned his hand as an actor to a number of feature films in a variety of genres. Fry played Mycroft Holmes in Guy Ritchie’s reincarnation of Sherlock Holmes and the Master of Laketown in The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug.
Fry’s ability to tie in his extensive career to a number of roles and different environments makes him an ideal event host or awards host, engaging with guests in a compelling manner unique to Stephen whilst ensuring everything runs to plan.
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