Stephen Fry


Stephen Fry Trivia


  • Trivia

    • Awards:
      In 2002, Stephen won a SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture for the movie Gosford Park. Fry played Inspector Thompson, and the movie itself won the Best Ensemble/Cast awards from the Screen Actors Guild, the International Press Academy Satellite Awards, the Online Film Critics Society, Florida Film Critics Circle, and Broadcast Film Critics Association.
      Stephen Fry's c FM show The Incomplete and Utter History of cal Mustic with Stephen Fry was nominated for a "Sony Radio Award" in 2003.
      Fry received the BAFTA TV Award (the British equivalent of the Emmys) nominations for Best Entertainment Performance for his work on the show QI in both 2004 and 2005.
      Stephen was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award in the 2007 British Comedy Awards.
      Stephen Fry's The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive won Best Documentary in the 2007 Emmy Awards.

      Fry was nominated for the Best Actor Golden Globe for his performance as Oscar Wilde, the title role in Wilde (1997). For that performance, he won the Best Actor award at Seattle International Film Festival, and was nominated for awards from the Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film and the International Press Academy Satellite Awards.
      Bright Young Things (2003), Fry's directorial debut, was nominated for awards from the British Independent Film Awards and the Emden International Film Festival. Fry also produced the movie; wrote the screenplay, adapted from the Evelyn Waugh novel Vile Bodies; and wrote one of the songs for the film.
      Stephen was nominated in two categories in the 2007 Television BAFTAs - Best Entertainment Performance for QI but lost out to Jonathan Ross, and Best Factual Series for The Secret Life of a Manic Depressive but lost out to Ross Kemp on Gangs.