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Published on Feb 27, 2011
Stephen Fry demonstrates his inability to be boring in this live show from Sydney Opera House. He talks about tracing ancestry, his passion for Oscar Wilde, Evelyn Waugh and PG Wodehouse, being sent to prep school and getting into Cambridge. Then he talks about teaching and about discovering your purpose in life followed by meeting Hugh Laurie and starting a career in writing comedy. The Q&A at the end is a brilliant discussion on the importance of Star Trek, coming out, depression and Douglas Adams.