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He is one of the most recognizable names in not only Britain, but in the rest of the world - it's a claim that comedian and cultural commentator Stephen Fry isn't afraid to embrace.
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Fry first came to the attention of the public back in 1982 when he appeared alongside fellow actors Emma Thompson and Hugh Laurie in the Cambridge Footlights Revue presentation of "The Cellar Tapes."
After co-starring with Laurie, who is today known for his role in the television series "House," the pair began to star in a number of comedy acts together and the couple soon became known as "Fry and Laurie."
In 1986, the BBC gave the duo their own television sketch show called "A Bit of Fry and Laurie" that spanned four series and was hugely successful.
During the 1990s, Fry starred in a number of television shows and in films including, "Wilde" and "I.Q."
It wasn't until 2003 however that Fry became a national treasure in the United Kingdom with the launch of his show called "QI"
The panel game show became one of the most watched television series and is still running.
While Fry has become a sensation on both the silver screen and small screen, he has also developed a huge following online.
Stephen Fry has one of the most popular Twitter profiles on social media and is well-known for his cheeky updates.
Today, Fry is working on the second volume of his autobiography.
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