Stephen Fry

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Stephen Fry

Stephen John Fry (born 24 August 1957) is an English comedian, writer, television personality, and journalist. He presents the television programme QI. He used to work a lot with Hugh Laurie.

Fry was born in Hampstead, London and grew up in Norfolk. His maternal grandparents were Hungarian Jews. He was convicted of fraud after using a credit card he stole from a family friend in 1975.[1] He is a Jewish[2] atheist and is openly gay.[3] He has been diagnosed with cyclothymia, a mild form of bipolar disorder.[4] From 1995-2010, Fry had a relationship with Daniel Cohen. In January 2015, Fry married his partner, Elliot Spencer.

In February 2018, Fry announced via a video that he had an operation to treat prostate cancer and have 11 lymph nodes removed and was recovering from the surgery. He described the cancer as aggressive and said that early intervention had saved his life.[5][6]

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  1. Oh golly gosh!
  2. Fry explores his roots
  3. Openly gay Stephen Fry claims women do not really like sex
  4. The cost of creativity
  5. Khomani, Nadia (23 February 2018). "Stephen Fry has prostate cancer". The Guardian. Retrieved 23 February 2018.
  6. "Stephen Fry recovering from prostate cancer surgery". 23 February 2018.

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