Gooooooood evening good evening good evening good evening good evening good evening, and welcome to… Day 19 for a look at Stephen Fry (1957).
Stephen Fry is a gay English comedian, actor, writer, presenter and activist, who suffers from bipolar disorder. His career in showbusiness began with his involvement with the Cambridge Footlights, which led to a successful performing partnership with fellow comedian and satirist Hugh Laurie. Both Fry and Laurie appeared (though rarely together) in the classic BBC comedy Blackadder (“Baaaaaaa!”), and in 2003 Fry went on to host the popular comedy panel quiz QI. He has also appeared in and presented numerous plays, TV dramas, films and documentaries. He’s also a novelist. And he reads audiobooks. And… Oh, look, he basically does everything. And we love him for it.
In 2014, Fry was listed number 4 on the World Pride Power list, he married his partner, Elliot Spencer, in 2015. In February 2014 Stephen Fry became the honorary president of Proud Canaries, a new club for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender fans of Norwich City Football Club, as well as being an official Ambassador for the City of Norwich. He is also active in mental health charity and awareness groups and serves as president of the charity Mind.
His official website is here: http://www.stephenfry.com/