Stephen Fry thinks he was 'fool' rather than 'victim' during drug yrs
Stephen Fry has opened up about his "drug years," saying that he somewhat overdid this particular period of his life, which saw him kind of having achieved a certain amount of success.
London: Stephen Fry has opened up about his "drug years," saying that he somewhat overdid this particular period of his life, which saw him kind of having achieved a certain amount of success.
The 57-year-old comedian, who revealed in his third autobiography 'More Fool Me' that he took cocaine at London royal residence Buckingham Palace, said that people are very disappointed in him after learning that he had these drug years.
Fry added that he wanted to put about his drug years in to the book without boasting, without seeming proud of it and on the other hand, without it being a constant hand-wringing "oh I was a victim of this and that," because he doesn't think he was a victim , he was a fool.
Fry, who wouldn't recommend anybody go anywhere near having the time of life that he did, continued that he had a very extraordinary constitution and it seems incredible when he looks at his diary now because he used to just consume the most appalling amount of illegal chemical substances and yet somehow managed to work very hard.
He added he never took it when he was working because it was always like a pudding after work, if that makes sense.