Stephen Fry To Play Master In 'The Hobbit'

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

Producer-director Peter Jackson's tapped British thesp Stephen Fry to play the role of Master of Laketown in "The Hobbit."

"I've known Stephen for several years, and we're developing a 'Dambusters' movie together," Jackson said. "In addition to his writing skills, he's a terrific actor and will create a very memorable Master for us."

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