Stephen FryStephen Fry made his debut in a leading role in the feature film "Wilde" starring along side Jude Law. For his portrayal of the celebrated wit Oscar Wilde he was nominated for a Golden Globe, a Golden Satellite and won a Golden Space Needle at Seattle International Film Festival. Other film roles have included "Peter's Friends" directed by Kenneth Branagh, "Spiceworld", "A Fish Called Wanda" and "I.Q."

Fry has also enjoyed success as a playwright, comedian and novelist.

At Cambridge Fry took part in the famed Footlight reviews, along with Hugh Laurie and Emma Thompson, as well as appearing in over forty plays. During this time he also wrote his first play "Latin" which won a Scotsman Fringe First at the Edinburgh Film Festival in 1980 and has subsequently been performed at Oxford, the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith and the New End Theatre Hampstead.

Best known to UK television viewers for his role as Jeeves in the three "Jeeves and Wooster" series. based on the novels of P.G. Wodehouse, starring alongside Hugh Laurie, he also starred in the comedy series "Blackadder", and with Hugh Laurie has written and performed their own comedy programmes

His first novel "The Liar" was published in 1991 and remained on the best seller list for several months. Other books include "Paperweight" a collection of his writings and two further novels "Hippopotamus" and "Moab Is My Washpot".

He wrote the book for the musical "Me And My Girl" which ran for several years in London's West End, originally starring Emma Thompson. When the show transferred to Broadway, Fry was nominated for a Tony Award.

Stephen Fry recently starred in the BBC adaptation of Mervin Peake's epic gothic novel "Gormenghast"