1. In 2003, Stephen Fry became the host of the comic game show "QI" which featured guest comedians, vying for game points.
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4. Stephen Fry is very well known here in the UK as an actor, writer, raconteur and activist.
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5. Stephen Fry was terrific, but unfortunately he was paired with the despicable Jordan Peterson.
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43. Stephen Fry was up again for a series on BBC that saw him travel the states of America with the exception of the state of Arkansas.
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44. Stephen Fry struck a partnership early on with Hugh Laurie and in 1981 that led to the Footlights revues.
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45. In 1995 Stephen Fry made national headlines when he abruptly abandoned his role in a play in the middle of its run in London and disappeared to Belgium without a trace.
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55. Stephen Fry is known for his voice-overs, reading all seven of the Harry Potter novels for the UK audiobook recordings, narrating the LittleBigPlanet and Birds of Steel series of video games, as well as an animated series of explanations of the laws of cricket, and a series of animations about Humanism for the British Humanist Association.
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56. Stephen Fry is the co-owner, with Gina Carter and Sandi Toksvig, of Sprout Pictures, an independent film and television company.
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62. On 18 May 2018, Stephen Fry participated in the semi-annual Munk Debates in Toronto, Canada, where he argued against political correctness on the Con side of the topic "Be it resolved, what you call political correctness, I call progress…" alongside Jordan Peterson, and in opposition to Pro side represented by Michelle Goldberg and Michael Eric Dyson.
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65. Stephen Fry responded by accusing the Daily Mail of being "against progress, the liberalising of attitudes, modern art and strangers".
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67. On 30 April 2008, Stephen Fry signed an open letter, published in The Guardian newspaper by a number of Jewish personalities, stating their opposition to celebrating the 60th anniversary of the founding of the state of Israel.
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68. Stephen Fry wrote on Twitter: "It looks as though a certain cat is out of a certain bag.
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72. Stephen Fry counts Wikipedia among his favourite websites "because I like to find out that I died, and that I'm currently in a ballet in China, and all the other very accurate and important things that Wikipedia brings us all.
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75. Stephen Fry attended the Prince's wedding to Camilla Parker Bowles in 2005.
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77. Stephen Fry was granted a lifetime achievement award at the British Comedy Awards on 5 December 2007, and the Special Recognition Award at the National Television Awards on 20 January 2010.
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81. On 15 February 2016, Stephen Fry deleted his Twitter account, after receiving criticism for a tweet about Jenny Beavan and her dress.
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83. Stephen Fry was, at one time, slated to adapt A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole for the big screen.
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93. Stephen Fry presented a 20-part, two-hour series, The Incomplete and Utter History of Classical Music, a "witty guide" to the genre over the past 1,000 years, on Classic FM.
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95. Stephen Fry came to the attention of radio listeners with the 1986 creation of his alter-ego, Donald Trefusis, whose "wireless essays" were broadcast on the BBC Radio 4 programme Loose Ends.
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96. In 2007 Stephen Fry wrote, for director Peter Jackson, a script for a remake of The Dam Busters.
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100. Stephen Fry has taken up a recurring guest role as FBI psychiatrist Dr Gordon Wyatt in the popular American drama Bones.
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101. In January 2016 it was announced that Stephen Fry would be appearing as the character "Cuddly Dick" in Series 3 of the Sky One family comedy Yonderland.
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