The comedian and writer, who has 100,000 followers on the micro-blogging service, made regular Tweets (that's updates to you and me) to his profile during his 40-minute confinement in a lift in the Centre Point building in London earlier this week.
"Ok. This is now mad. I am stuck in a lift on the 26th floor of Centre Point. Hell's teeth. We could be here for hours. Arse, poo and widdle," one of his tweets read.
"Engineers on their way in 20 minutes apparently" was followed with a picture of Fry and the other unfortunate souls trapped in the confined space, which Fry took on his mobile phone.
Fry continued to milk his ordeal the next morning with a post that read: "Phew! Slept heavily after the frylift incident. Another thank you to all those who kept the Blitz spirit alive."
Fry's Twitter account was recently compromised by hackers, in a bid to steal his log-on details. He is just one of a number of celebrity fans of the micro-blogging service, along with controversial comedians Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross. However, one celebrity who isn't a fan of Twitter is David Bowie. Despite a profile with his name appearing on the service, the rock-god claims it is in fact a hoax.
Stephen Fry posted this pic of his lift ordeal on Twitter