Stephen Fry Joins Cast of 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY

Fry is celebrated for his diverse career as playwright, screenwriter, poet, journalist and TV personality, is making his Broadway acting debut with Twelfth Night. His theatre credits include Forty Years On (Chichester Festival Theatre/West End) and The Common Pursuit. Film includes Sherlock Holmes 2, St. Trinian's, Eichmann, Tales of the Riverbank, Stormbreaker, V for Vendetta, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, A Cock and Bull Story, A Bear Named Winnie, Tooth, The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, Le Divorce, Gosford Park, The Discovery of Heaven, Thunderpants, Whatever Happened to Harold Smith, A Civil Action, The Tichborne Claimant, Spice World, Wilde (Golden Globe nomination), The Wind in the Willows, Cold Comfort Farm, I.Q., Peter's Friends, A Fish Called Wanda, A Handful of Dust and The Good Father. Television credits include "Doors Open," "No Strings Attached," "The Bleak Little Shop of Stuff," "The Borrowers," "Holy Flying Circus," "Q.1." (11 series, Royal Television Society nomination for Best Entertainment 2008, Royal Television Society nomination for Best Entertainment Performance 2008, BAFTA nomination for Best Entertainment Performance 2004-2007), "Kingdom," "Never Mind the Buzzcocks," "Bones," "Extras," "Who Do You Think You Are?" "Tom Brown's Schooldays," "Absolute Power," "Fortysomething," "Paddington Goes to Peru," "Surrealissimo," "Gormenghast," "Longitude," "Watership Down," "Stalag Luft," "Common Pursuit," "Jeeves and Wooster," "Blackadder Goes Forth," "Old Flames," "A Bit of Fry and Laurie," "Saturday Live," "Happy Families," "Blackadder," "The Young Ones" and "Alfresco"

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