Stephen Fry Arrest Records
Stephen Fry was born on the 24th of August in 1957 and is an actor and a writer from England who makes up one half of the Fry and Laurie comedy act. Fry’s acting role range is quite a handful and he has been nominated for the Golden Globe for his lead role in Wilde, BBC’s Blackadder and the titular character in Kingdom a TV series. He also has a recurring role as Dr. Gordon on the crime show Bones.
He was also in the critically acclaimed movie V for Vendetta where he famously actually just play himself on Television. He has also been a part of many documentaries which includes his Emmy winning film Stephen Fry: The Secret Life of manic Depressive.
Life In The Entertainment Business
As a writer too he has contributed a lot to the world of print media. He has written columns in various newspapers and magazines and has published his autobiography in three volumes. BBC Radio 4 also features him regularly as a guest on the panel of Absolute Power and Just a Minute. He was also featured as a chairman on one of the series known as I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue and was one of the forerunners in the race to host the show.
He lost the job to Humphrey Lyttelton and Jack Dee. Apart from print media, he is also known for lending his voice to audiobooks. He has famously read all seven of the Harry Potter books which are now sold as separate audio recordings. Birds of Steel and LittleBigPlanet are two videogames for which he was invited to lend his voice too.
His famous career in comedy began in 1982 in which he had a role in the broadcast of the show the Cellar Tapes. Granada Television Caught the eye of this revue and was keen to replicate this success of Not the Nine O’ Clock News and later hired Fry, Laurie, and Thompson. He also had a role in the series Alfresco which was aired in 1983. Due to Laurie and Fry’s comedic reputation.
Credit Card Dilemma
Stephen Fry had moved to Norfolk College of Arts and Technology where he spent two years studying English, French, and History of Arts. He actually failed his English and French A-level exams because he never turned his papers for them. During the summer Fry went on a self-proclaimed hiatus/vacation with a credit card that was stolen from a family friend.
He left a pub with a coat that actually had the credit card and he decided to have a merry time with it rather than returning it to the owner. Call it Naivety or dumb act of youth Stephen did not attempt to return the card when he found it in the pocket of the coat. For this offense, he was arrested in Swindon and spent three months in the Pucklechurch prison.
After being shaken to the core due to his prison life Stephen continued his education in City College Norwich after showing commitment and sincerity to the administrators of the educational facility. Since then Stephen Fry has reprimanded his ways and made a stellar career for himself in the field of entertainment.
In the1977 he passed both of both his A level exams with flying colors. After this, he was offered a scholarship to Queen’s College and briefly taught at Cundall Manor.
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