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Comedian Fry remembers Sladen as part of his childhood, while Barrowman recalls the time they worked together.
British funnyman Stephen Fry appeared at a benefit show in London on Friday night, April 15, to help raise money for a Twitter user convicted of joking about blowing up an airport.
British funnyman Stephen Fry wants to end his four-year rift with George Michael after the singer revealed he is still 'terribly hurt' over their falling out.
Several stars sent their prayers in a Twitter post to the residents of Christchurch, New Zealand after a devastating earthquake struck them on Tuesday, February 22.
Convicted Paul Chambers missed his flight on a snowy day and wrote on his Twitter account that he planned to blow Robin Hood Airport.
'Some f**king paper misquotes a humorous interview I gave, which itself misquoted me and now I'm the Antichrist. I give up,' Stephen Fry wrote on Twitter.
One of the pics posted by Fry on his Twitter page shows Hogwarts destroyed possibly after a key battle between Harry and Voldemort.
Joel Madden and his bandmate enjoy a fun night, getting themselves surrounded by women in an all-night wild party.
The English actor says that he has been cast as Mycroft Holmes in the sequel for the Guy Ritchie-directed film.
Although being openly gay, the veteran British actor claims he is only '90 per cent gay' because he has been attracted to two women, novelist Caroline Oulton and make-up artist Sunetra Sastry.
The actor thinks the former British Prime Minister 'had a little bit of a storm in his brain' when he made a decision to invade Iraq.
The British actor would recount his experiences on the micro blogging site and bring it as a performance in London as well as other parts of England.
The Honorary Fellow of Cardiff University has sold the property he shared with his former lover and will reportedly give him cash from the sale.
At the ceremony, Fry learned some handy phrases in the native tongue with help from Welsh actors Michael Sheen and Matthew Rhys.
At the funeral held in the British capital on July 1, the actor praised the late author for his 'sweetness' while the singer said Horsley 'was unique'.