Share your inquiries with Stephen Fry.

Share your inquiries with Stephen Fry.

There are numerous questions you could pose to Stephen Fry. These could include inquiries about his television work, ranging from A Bit of Fry and Laurie to Jeeves and Wooster to Blackadder to QI. Alternatively, you may be interested in discussing his literary accomplishments, such as his novels, memoirs, and guides on writing poetry.

Perhaps a discussion of his successful journey in the film industry, with Wilde being the standout, but also including other notable works such as Chariots of Fire, Gosford Park, The Hobbit, Love and Friendship, and Spice World.

Last week, the Berlin film festival featured a premiere of his most recent movie, Treasure. In this film, he portrays a Holocaust survivor and the father of Lena Dunham. In two weeks, audiences in the UK can hear him as the voice of Leonardo da Vinci in The Inventor, a new animated film. The movie’s synopsis states that Leonardo leaves Italy and joins the French court, where he can freely experiment, invent flying contraptions and incredible machines, and study the human body. Accompanied by the daring Princess Marguerite (Daisy Ridley), Leonardo embarks on an adventure to uncover the answer to the ultimate question: ‘What is the meaning of life?’

Existential head scratchers will doubtless be welcomed by Fry (himself the son of an inventor). Britain’s pre-eminent broadcasting polymath is the 12-time host of the Baftas, a prodigious audiobook narrator, radio performer and host, an Olivier-award winning dramatist, a Grand Commander of the Order of the Phoenix in Greece and the namesake of the bird louse Saepocephalum stephenfryii.

He has been involved in advocating for various causes such as LGBTQ+ rights, libel laws, press regulation, antisemitism, and humanism for a long time. His documentary in 2006, which focused on his personal experience with bipolar disorder, is highly regarded as a significant step in changing public perception of manic depression.

If you have one question to ask Fry, well done. Otherwise, please post all of your questions below by 10am GMT on February 22nd. The answers will be published on March 1st.