Stephen Fry Live at the Sydney Opera House Trailer

Stephen Fry Live at the Sydney Opera House Trailer (2010)

03 October 2010 90 mins

Stephen Fry Live at the Sydney Opera House will be recorded at his first performance in Australia on Tuesday 27 July. Fry will discuss travel, art, TV and madness, with a tactful avoidance of cricket. With his usual admirable, rhetorical technique, sparkling wit and rich tones, this perfect Englishman will entertain and enthral during his 90 minute talk. Stephen John Fry is a national treasure in his native land of England. A writer, presenter, social commentator, satirist, actor and TV personality, Fry's diverse interests have seen him gain significant presence in radio, TV, film, print, online and even on PlayStation 3.

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Cast

Stephen Fry

as Stephen Fry

Jennifer Byrne

as Herself - Host & Interviewer

Crew

International Releases Dates

Australia 03 October 2010

United States 03 October 2010

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