Which roles are played by Stephen (I) Fry | Characters played by Stephen (I) Fry

Stephen (I) Fry has played the role of Himself in 'V for Vendetta' Unmasked TV Film released in 2006.

Himself in 2005 BAFTA/LA Cunard Britannia Awards TV Film released in 2005.

Himself - Host in 2006 BAFTA/LA Cunard Britannia Awards TV Film released in 2006.

Himself - Host in 2009 Britannia Awards TV Film released in 2009.

Himself in 2010 Britannia Awards TV Film released in 2010.

Himself in 40 Years of University Challenge TV Film released in 2002.

Protheroe in A Bear Named Winnie TV Film released in 2004.

Pinder in A Civil Action Film released in 1998.

Patrick Curator/Parson Yorick in A Cock and Bull Story Film released in 2005.

Hutchison in A Fish Called Wanda Film released in 1988.

Reggie in A Handful of Dust Film released in 1988.

Oscar Wilde in A Liar's Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman Film released in 2012.

Himself in A Night of Comic Relief 2 TV Film released in 1989.

Himself in A Profile of 'The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp' Video released in 2000.

King Charles II in A Royal Birthday Celebration TV Film released in 1998.

Himself in A Royal Gala TV Film released in 1996.

Himself in A Royal Gala TV Film released in 1997.

Himself in A Tour of Shandy Hall, Laurence Sterne's Home Video released in 2006.

Himself - Narrator in Alan Whicker: Journey's End TV Film released in 2013.

The Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland Film released in 2010.

Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland Film released in 2010.

Cheshire Cat in Alice Through the Looking Glass Film released in 2016.

Himself in Almost Famous III TV Film released in 2010.

Whitbread Commercial in Almost Famous IV TV Film released in 2011.

Himself in An Audience with Bob Monkhouse TV Film released in 1994.

Himself in An Audience with Elton John TV Film released in 1997.

Himself/Various Characters in Ben Elton: Laughing at the 80s TV Film released in 2011.

The Narrator in Benjamin Sniddlegrass and the Cauldron of Penguins Film released in 2011.

Frazer Crane in Best Film released in 2000.

Himself in Betjeman and Me: Griff Rhys Jones TV Film released in 2006.

Bishop Flavius Melchett/Melchett/General Melchecus (All Melchetts)/Wellington in Blackadder Back & Forth Film released in 1999.

Himself in Blackadder Exclusive: The Whole Rotten Saga TV Film released in 2008.

Himself in Blackadder Rides Again TV Film released in 2008.

Lords Melchett/Frondo in Blackadder's Christmas Carol TV Film released in 1988.

Himself in Blackadder's Most Cunning Moments TV Film released in 2008.

King Charles I in Blackadder: The Cavalier Years TV Film released in 1988.

The Narrator in Blanche Neige, la suite Film released in 2007.

Himself in Bob Monkhouse: A BAFTA Tribute TV Film released in 2004.

Chauffeur in Bright Young Things Film released in 2003.

Himself - Double Act in Britain's Best Loved Double Acts TV Film released in 2014.

Various Characters in Cambridge Footlights Revue TV Film released in 1982.

Himself in Camp Christmas TV Film released in 1993.

Himself in Carry on Darkly TV Film released in 1998.

Singer in 'H.M.S. Pinafore' in Chariots of Fire Film released in 1981.

Mybug in Cold Comfort Farm TV Film released in 1995.

Himself/King Charles I in Comic Relief TV Film released in 1988.

(segment "Oliver 2: Let's Twist Again") in Comic Relief TV Film released in 1995.

Himself in Comic Relief 2015 TV Film released in 2015.

Himself - Team Captain in Comic Relief Does University Challenge TV Film released in 2003.

Himself - Team Captain in Comic Relief Does University Challenge TV Film released in 2005.

Himself in Comic Relief Presents: Have I Got Buzzcocks All Over TV Film released in 2001.

Himself in Comic Relief Short Pants TV Film released in 2001.

Himself in Comic Relief: Behind the Nose TV Film released in 1992.

Himself in Comic Relief: Red Nose Night Live 05 TV Film released in 2005.

Himself in Comic Relief: Say Pants to Poverty TV Film released in 2001.

Himself in Comic Relief: The Invasion of the Comic Tomatoes TV Film released in 1993.

Himself in Countdown: One Last Consonant Please, Carol TV Film released in 2008.

Himself (segment "Dangervision") in Dangerous Brothers Present: World of Danger Video released in 1986.

Himself in Don't Crash: The Documentary of the Making of the Movie of the Book of the Radio Series of 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' Video released in 2005.

Professor Robert Gissing in Doors Open TV Film released in 2012.

Himself in EE British Academy Film Awards: Red Carpet Show TV Film released in 2013.

Minister Tormer in Eichmann Film released in 2007.

Host in Elizabeth Taylor: A Musical Celebration TV Film released in 2000.

Himself in England Prevails: V for Vendetta and the New Wave in Comics Video released in 2006.

Reaver in Fable II Film released in 2008.

Reaver in Fable III Film released in 2010.

Himself - Narrator in Fawlty Exclusive: Basil's Best Bits TV Film released in 2009.

Himself - Narrator in Fawlty Towers: Re-Opened TV Film released in 2009.

Himself in Freedom! Forever!: Making 'V for Vendetta' Video released in 2006.

Himself in From the Bottom Up Film released in 2004.

Himself in Frost on Interviews TV Film released in 2012.

Himself in Frost on Sketch Shows TV Film released in 2013.

Himself in Fry and Laurie Reunited TV Film released in 2010.

Himself in Geri TV Film released in 1999.

Inspector Thompson in Gosford Park Film released in 2001.

Lord Melchett in Great TV Mistakes TV Film released in 2010.

Richard Whiteley in Greatest TV Comedy Moments TV Film released in 2005.

Himself in Happy Birthday to GNU Film released in 2008.

Narrator in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Film released in 2002.

Narrator in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Film released in 2005.

Narrator (PS2) in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone Film released in 2001.

Narrator in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Film released in 2004.

Himself in Harry Potter at the Castle: Magic at Midnight TV Film released in 2005.

God in Holy Flying Circus TV Film released in 2011.

Dr. Marsh in House of Boys Film released in 2009.

Himself in Hysteria 2! TV Film released in 1989.

Himself in Hysteria! Hysteria! Hysteria! TV Film released in 1988.

James Moreland in I.Q. Film released in 1994.

Himself in In Search of the Prisoner TV Film released in 2001.

Himself in Inside 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' TV Film released in 2005.

Himself in J.K. Rowling: A Year in the Life TV Film released in 2007.

Mr. Eustache in Jam Film released in 2009.

Mr. Bennet in Jane Austen Handheld Film released in 2010.

Himself in Judi Dench: A BAFTA Tribute TV Film released in 2002.

Himself in Kenneth Branagh Films 'The Magic Flute' Video released in 2008.

Socrates in Konferenz der Tiere Film released in 2010.

Himself (in AIDS sketch) in Kung-fu master! Film released in 1988.

Juvenal in Laughter and Loathing TV Film released in 1995.

Piers Janely in Le divorce Film released in 2003.

The Master of Laketown in LEGO the Hobbit: The Video Game Film released in 2014.

Narrator in Little Claus and Big Claus Film released in 2006.

Narrator in LittleBigPlanet Film released in 2008.

Narrator in LittleBigPlanet 2 Film released in 2011.

Narrator in LittleBigPlanet 2 Cross Controller Film released in 2012.

Narrator in LittleBigPlanet 3 Film released in 2014.

Narrator in LittleBigPlanet Karting Film released in 2012.

Narrator in LittleBigPlanet PSP Film released in 2009.

Himself - Host in Live from the Lighthouse TV Film released in 1998.

Nigel Steele (Therapist) in Londinium Film released in 2001.

Sir Kenelm Digby in Longitude TV Film released in 2000.

Dad in Lost Connection Film released in 2011.

Mr. Johnson in Love and Friendship Film released in 2015.

Narrator in Mahout: The Great Elephant Walk Film released in 2014.

Himself - Narrator in March of the Dinosaurs TV Film released in 2011.

Father Christmas in Marked TV Film released in 2014.

Librarian in Mirrormask Film released in 2005.

Himself - Narrator in Mr. Roadrunner TV Film released in 1991.

Himself in National Television Awards TV Film released in 2010.

Himself in Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute TV Film released in 1988.

Himself in Not Again: Not the Nine O'Clock News TV Film released in 2009.

Himself - Introduction in Our Gay Wedding: The Musical TV Film released in 2014.

Himself in Paddington Bear: The Early Years TV Film released in 2001.

Himself - Contributor in Pete & Dud: The Lost Sketches TV Film released in 2010.

Peter Morton in Peter's Friends Film released in 1992.

Narrator (LittleBigPlanet) in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Film released in 2012.

Himself in QI Genesis TV Film released in 2011.

Himself - Presenter in QI Presents: Strictly Come Duncing Film released in 2007.

Himself - Presenter in QI: A Quite Interesting Game Film released in 2005.

Frederick Crestwell in Relative Values Film released in 2000.

Himself in Remember, Remember: Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot Video released in 2006.

Himself in Rescuing the Spectacled Bear TV Film released in 2003.

Himself - Narrator in Robbie Williams: The Show-Off Must Go On TV Film released in 2004.

Himself in Royal Variety Performance 1987 TV Film released in 1987.

Wellington in Sabotage! Film released in 2000.

Mycroft Holmes in Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Film released in 2011.

Himself - Narrator in Sir David Frost: That Was the Life That Was TV Film released in 2013.

Narrator in Sorapol: Immortal Film released in 2013.

Judge in Spice World Film released in 1997.

Presenter: They Think It's All A Question Of Sport in Sport Relief TV Film released in 2002.

Presenter: They Think It's All A Question Of Sport in Sport Relief 2004 TV Film released in 2004.

Himself - Presenter: A Question of Sport Relief in Sport Relief 2006 TV Film released in 2006.

Stephen Fry in St. Trinian's Film released in 2007.

Wing Commander James Forrester in Stalag Luft TV Film released in 1993.

Himself in Stanley Baxter in Person TV Film released in 1998.

Himself in Stephen Fry Live at the Sydney Opera House TV Film released in 2010.

Himself - Presenter in Stephen Fry on Wagner TV Film released in 2010.

Himself - Presenter in Stephen Fry's 100 Greatest Gadgets TV Film released in 2011.

Himself - Presenter in Stephen Fry's Key to the City TV Film released in 2013.

Himself in Stephen Fry's Shorts TV Film released in 2004.

Himself in Stephen Fry: 50 Not Out TV Film released in 2007.

Himself in Stephen Fry: Guilty TV Film released in 2007.

Himself in Stephen Fry: HIV & Me TV Film released in 2007.

Himself in Stephen Fry: The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive TV Film released in 2006.

Himself in Steve Jobs: Billion Dollar Hippy TV Film released in 2011.

Smithers in Stormbreaker Film released in 2006.

Rufus in Summer Night, Winter Moon Film released in 0.

Randolph in Super Clyde TV Film released in 2013.

Andre Breton in Surrealissimo: The Scandalous Success of Salvador Dali TV Film released in 2002.

God in Sylvia Hates Sam Film released in 1993.

Owl in Tales of the Riverbank Film released in 2008.

Himself in Tamara Drewe: Red Carpet Special Video released in 2011.

Himself in That Sugar Film Film released in 2014.

Himself - Presenter: Best Actress in a TV Series in The 49th Bafta Awards TV Film released in 1996.

Himself - Narrator in The 50 Greatest Comedy Films TV Film released in 2006.

Himself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama in The 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards TV Film released in 1999.

Himself in The 68th Annual Tony Awards TV Film released in 2014.

Himself in The American Cinematheque Tribute to Robert Downey Jr TV Film released in 2011.

Himself in The Book Quiz TV Film released in 1998.

Professor Mildeye in The Borrowers TV Film released in 2011.

Himself in The British Academy Awards TV Film released in 1997.

Sir Simon de Canterville in The Canterville Ghost Film released in 2016.

Himself in The Comedy Trail: A Shaggy Dog Story TV Film released in 1999.

Dr. Adrian Cowlacey/Various Roles in The Crystal Cube TV Film released in 1983.

Onno in The Discovery of Heaven Film released in 2001.

Himself - Host in The EE British Academy Film Awards TV Film released in 2013.

Himself - Host in The EE British Academy Film Awards TV Film released in 2014.

Himself - Host in The EE British Academy Film Awards TV Film released in 2015.

Creighton in The Good Father Film released in 1985.

Himself - Presenter in The Great American Oil Spill TV Film released in 2010.

Himself in The Happy Prince with Stephen Fry TV Film released in 2014.

Narrator/The Guide in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Film released in 2005.

Master of Laketown in The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Film released in 2014.

Master of Laketown in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Film released in 2013.

Himself in The Kate Bush Story: Running Up That Hill TV Film released in 2014.

No. 2 in The Laughing Prisoner TV Film released in 1987.

Maurice Woodruff in The Life and Death of Peter Sellers Film released in 2004.

Narrator/Mascarene Grass Frog in The Lonely Dodo Video released in 2013.

Barrister in The Look of Love Film released in 2013.

Himself - Presenter in The Machine That Made Us TV Film released in 2008.

Sir Francis Spring in The Man Who Knew Infinity Film released in 0.

Himself - Presenter in The National Television Awards 2011 TV Film released in 2011.

Himself in The National Television Awards Backstage Live TV Film released in 2010.

Ambassador/Modern Man in The Nearly Complete and Utter History of Everything TV Film released in 1999.

Himself/Host in The Orange British Academy Film Awards TV Film released in 2001.

Himself/Host in The Orange British Academy Film Awards TV Film released in 2002.

Himself - Host in The Orange British Academy Film Awards TV Film released in 2003.

Host in The Orange British Academy Film Awards TV Film released in 2004.

Himself - Host in The Orange British Academy Film Awards TV Film released in 2006.

Himself - Host in The Orange British Academy Film Awards TV Film released in 2012.

Himself in The Prince's Trust 30th Birthday: Live TV Film released in 2006.

Himself in The Royal Wedding of HRH the Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles TV Film released in 2005.

Himself in The Secret Policeman's Biggest Ball TV Film released in 1989.

Himself in The Secret Policeman's Third Ball Film released in 1987.

Wimborne in The Steal Film released in 1995.

Gen. Melchett (from "Blackadder Goes Forth") in The Story of Bean TV Film released in 1997.

Hawkins in The Tichborne Claimant Film released in 1998.

Narrator in The Two Loves of Anthony Trollope TV Film released in 2004.

Himself in The Unseen Spike Milligan TV Film released in 2005.

Himself in The Very Best of 'Have I Got News for You' Video released in 2002.

The Judge in The Wind in the Willows Film released in 1996.

Sir Anthony Silk in Thunderpants Film released in 2002.

Narrator in Tiny Giants 3D Film released in 2014.

Dr. Thomas Arnold in Tom Brown's Schooldays TV Film released in 2005.

Chris in Tomorrow Film released in 2015.

Pedro in Tooth Film released in 2004.

Himself - Presenter in Tribute to John Mills TV Film released in 2005.

Himself/Gen. Melchett/Jeeves/Various Characters in TV's 50 Greatest Stars TV Film released in 2006.

Himself in University Challenge: The Story So Far TV Film released in 2006.

Deitrich in V for Vendetta Film released in 2005.

Himself in Venice Report TV Film released in 1997.

Himself in Vivian Stanshall: The Canyons of his Mind TV Film released in 2003.

Himself - Presenter in Wagner & Me Film released in 2010.

Himself in Weekend in Wallop TV Film released in 1984.

Dr. Peter Robinson in Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? Film released in 1999.

Narrator in Who Betrayed the Bomber Boys TV Film released in 2012.

Himself in Who Killed Saturday Night TV? TV Film released in 2004.

Oscar Wilde in Wilde Film released in 1997.

Himself in Wogan on Wodehouse TV Film released in 2011.

Himself in 24 Hour Panel People TV Series released in 2011.

Prime Minister Alastair Davies in 24: Live Another Day TV Series released in 2014.

Himself - Guest Panelist in 29 Minutes of Fame TV Series released in 2005.

Himself in 30 Years of 'An Audience With...' TV Series released in 2010.

Various Characters in A Bit of Fry and Laurie TV Series released in 1987.

Himself - Host in A Christmas Night with the Stars TV Series released in 1958.

Charles Prentiss in Absolute Power TV Series released in 2003.

Himself in Adam Hills in Gordon St Tonight TV Series released in 2011.

Himself in Airport TV Series released in 1996.

Kuryakin/German Captain/Bank Manager in Alfresco TV Series released in 1983.

Host/Aristocrat/Rude Man/Agincourt Soldier/General Bolloki in Alfresco TV Series released in 1983.

Various Characters in Alfresco TV Series released in 1983.

Mr. Cavendish in American Dad! TV Series released in 2005.

Himself in Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway TV Series released in 2002.

Julian Holmes-Coppitt in Anything More Would Be Greedy TV Series released in 1989.

Himself in Arena TV Series released in 1975.

Himself - Narrator in Arena TV Series released in 1975.

Himself in Aspel & Company TV Series released in 1984.

The Psychiatrist in Baddiel's Syndrome TV Series released in 2001.

Himself in BBC Proms TV Series released in 2009.

Himself - Presenter in BBC Proms TV Series released in 2010.

Himself in Bear Grylls Wild Weekends TV Series released in 2011.

Himself in Bill Bryson: Notes from a Small Island TV Series released in 1999.

The Duke of Wellington, a famous soldier in Black Adder the Third TV Series released in 1987.

Lord Melchett in Black-Adder II TV Series released in 1986.

General Sir Anthony Cecil Hogmanay Melchett in Blackadder Goes Forth TV Series released in 1989.

Himself in Bob Martin TV Series released in 2000.

Dr. Gordon Wyatt in Bones TV Series released in 2005.

Himself in Breakfast with Frost TV Series released in 1993.

Himself in Breakfast TV Series released in 2000.

Himself - Actor & Broadcaster in Breakfast TV Series released in 2000.

Himself in Britain's Best Sitcom TV Series released in 2004.

Himself in Call My Bluff Film released in 1965.

Himself in CBS This Morning TV Series released in 2012.

Himself in CBS This Morning: Saturday TV Series released in 2012.

Rev. Hoblyn in Chance in a Million TV Series released in 1984.

Himself in Channel 4 News TV Series released in 1982.

Himself - Guest in Charlie Rose TV Series released in 1991.

Himself in Chris Moyles Quiz Night TV Series released in 2009.

Himself - Question Setter in Chris Moyles Quiz Night TV Series released in 2009.

Himself in Clive Anderson All Talk TV Series released in 1996.

Himself in Clive Anderson Talks Back TV Series released in 1989.

Himself in Clive James Talking in the Library TV Series released in 2006.

Wing Commander James Forrester in Comedy Connections TV Series released in 2003.

Himself in Comedy Connections TV Series released in 2003.

Himself in Comedy from Merton to Enfield TV Series released in 2003.

Himself in Coraz�n de... TV Series released in 1997.

Himself in Countdown TV Series released in 1982.

Maurice in Da Mob TV Series released in 2001.

Himself in Derren Brown: Trick of the Mind TV Series released in 2004.

Himself - Presenter in Did You See..? TV Series released in 1980.

Owl in Dirty Tricks TV Series released in 2005.

Himself in Disappearing London: Suggs and the City TV Series released in 2006.

The Minister of Chance in Doctor Who: Death Comes to Time TV Series released in 2001.

James Moreland in Edici�n Especial Coleccionista TV Series released in 2010.

Stephen Fry in Extras TV Series released in 2005.

Himself - Narrator in Eye Spy TV Series released in 2013.

P'Farty in Filthy Rich & Catflap TV Series released in 1987.

Himself - Narrator in Fire Island TV Series released in 1999.

Derek in Fortysomething TV Series released in 2003.

Himself in Friday Night with Jonathan Ross TV Series released in 2001.

Himself - Presenter in Fry's Planet Word TV Series released in 2011.

Professor Bellgrove in Gormenghast TV Series released in 2000.

Humphrey Taylor in Great Performances TV Series released in 1971.

Dr. De Quincy in Happy Families TV Series released in 1985.

Himself in Have I Got News for You TV Series released in 1990.

Himself in Heroes of Comedy TV Series released in 1995.

Narrator in Hidden Kingdoms TV Series released in 2014.

Himself - Presenter in Horrible Histories with Stephen Fry TV Series released in 2011.

Himself in I've Never Seen Star Wars TV Series released in 2009.

Himself in Imagine TV Series released in 2003.

Himself in In Confidence TV Series released in 2010.

Himself in In Love with Wilde TV Series released in 2012.

Controller, Radio 2 in In the Red TV Series released in 1998.

Himself in James Randi: Psychic Investigator TV Series released in 1991.

Himself in Janela Indiscreta TV Series released in 2010.

Jeeves in Jeeves and Wooster TV Series released in 1990.

Himself in Just a Minute TV Series released in 2012.

Peter Kingdom in Kingdom TV Series released in 2007.

Himself in Kulturzeit TV Series released in 1998.

Himself - Presenter in Last Chance to See TV Series released in 2009.

Himself in Late Lunch TV Series released in 1998.

Himself in Lateline TV Series released in 1990.

Himself in Legends TV Series released in 2006.

Lord Stag (2014) in Lily's Driftwood Bay TV Series released in 2014.

Himself in Liquid News TV Series released in 2000.

Headmaster in Little Crackers TV Series released in 2010.

Himself in Live from Studio Five TV Series released in 2009.

Himself in Living the Life TV Series released in 2011.

Himself in Mai dire TV TV Series released in 1991.

Himself in Mark Lawson Talks to... TV Series released in 2003.

Himself in Masterchef TV Series released in 1990.

Lord Snot in My Favourite Joke TV Series released in 2011.

Oscar Wilde in Ned Blessing: The Story of My Life and Times TV Series released in 1993.

Himself - Team Captain in Never Mind the Buzzcocks TV Series released in 1996.

Himself - Interviewee in Newsnight TV Series released in 1980.

Himself in Nigella TV Series released in 2005.

Himself - Narrator in Ocean Giants TV Series released in 2011.

Himself in Omnibus TV Series released in 1967.

Narrator - Extracts from The Harry Potter Books in Omnibus TV Series released in 1967.

Himself - Actor in One O'Clock News TV Series released in 1986.

Himself in Parkinson TV Series released in 1971.

The European in Playhouse Presents TV Series released in 2012.

Himself in Playing Shakespeare TV Series released in 1982.

Narrator in Pocoyo TV Series released in 2005.

Himself - Host in QI TV Series released in 2003.

Himself in Question Time TV Series released in 1979.

Himself - Narrator in Revealed TV Series released in 2002.

Himself in Richard Whiteley Unbriefed TV Series released in 1999.

Himself in Room 101 TV Series released in 1994.

Tourist in Ros na R�n TV Series released in 1996.

Himself in Rove Live TV Series released in 2000.

Himself/Various in Saturday Live TV Series released in 1986.

Himself in Saturday Night Clive TV Series released in 1988.

Daniel Davenport in Screen Two TV Series released in 1985.

Himself in Shooting Stars TV Series released in 1993.

Himself in Shrink Rap TV Series released in 2007.

Himself in So Graham Norton TV Series released in 1998.

Himself - Presenter in Stephen Fry in America TV Series released in 2008.

Himself - Presenter in Stephen Fry: Gadget Man TV Series released in 2012.

Himself - Presenter in Stephen Fry: Out There TV Series released in 2013.

Himself in Sunday Night Clive TV Series released in 1994.

Himself in TFI Friday TV Series released in 1996.

Himself - Actor, Writer and Presenter in The Bible: A History TV Series released in 2010.

Skulkingworm in The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff TV Series released in 2011.

Himself in The Broadway.com Show TV Series released in 2013.

Himself - Guest in The Colbert Report TV Series released in 2005.

Himself in The Comedy Map of Britain TV Series released in 2007.

Himself in The Graham Norton Show TV Series released in 2007.

Himself in The Hour TV Series released in 2005.

Himself in The Johnny Vaughan Film Show TV Series released in 1999.

Himself in The Jonathan Ross Show TV Series released in 2011.

Himself in The Kumars at No. 42 TV Series released in 2001.

Himself in The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson TV Series released in 2005.

Jasper the Owl in The Magician's House TV Series released in 1999.

Himself - Narrator in The Natural World TV Series released in 1983.

Piers Lonsdale in The New Statesman TV Series released in 1987.

Himself - Guest in The One Show TV Series released in 2006.

Himself in The Priory TV Series released in 1999.

Himself in The Rob Brydon Show TV Series released in 2010.

Lucky Leo in The Secret Show TV Series released in 2006.

Himself in The Sketch Show Story TV Series released in 2001.

Himself in The South Bank Show TV Series released in 1978.

Himself - Narrator in The Story of Light Entertainment TV Series released in 2006.

Himself in The Story of Musicals TV Series released in 2012.

Brigadier Blaster Sump in The Thin Blue Line TV Series released in 1995.

Himself in The Virtual Revolution TV Series released in 2010.

Lord Snot in The Young Ones TV Series released in 1982.

Narrator/Colonel Sodom/Gannet's Manager/John in There's Nothing to Worry About! TV Series released in 1982.

Narrator/Wally #4/Mr. Luvvie/Mr. Knocker/Dr. De Quincy/Sir William in There's Nothing to Worry About! TV Series released in 1982.

Bernard/Simon Newby/Podura Copasangue/Sam Rudge in There's Nothing to Worry About! TV Series released in 1982.

Himself in They Think It's All Over TV Series released in 1995.

David Lander in This Is David Lander TV Series released in 1988.

Dr. Bevelspepp in This Is Jinsy TV Series released in 2010.

Himself in This Morning TV Series released in 1988.

Himself in This Week TV Series released in 2003.

Himself - Narrator 'Grandmaster Clash' in Timeshift TV Series released in 2002.

Himself in Top Gear TV Series released in 2002.

Himself in Toy Stories TV Series released in 2009.

Himself/Host in Unsere Besten TV Series released in 2003.

Himself in V Graham Norton TV Series released in 2002.

Himself in Victoria Wood's Nice Cup of Tea TV Series released in 2013.

Cowslip in Watership Down TV Series released in 1999.

Himself in What a Performance! TV Series released in 1997.

Himself in Who Do You Think You Are? TV Series released in 2004.

Himself in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire TV Series released in 1998.

Himself in Whose Line Is It Anyway? TV Series released in 1988.

Himself in Wogan TV Series released in 1982.

Armitage Blair in Woof! TV Series released in 1989.

Himself - Spectator in World Championship Snooker TV Series released in 1973.

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