Jack Fox (actor)

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Jack Fox
Born
Jack Louis Fox

(1985-09-17) 17 September 1985 (age 33)
Alma mater The King's School, Canterbury
University of Leeds
Occupation Actor
Years active 2009–present
Parent(s) James Fox
Mary Piper
Family Fox

Jack Louis Fox (born 17 September 1985) is an English actor who played Ralph in Fresh Meat.

Early life

Fox was born to actor James Fox and Mary Elizabeth Piper in London, England. He is the younger brother of Thomas, Laurence, Robin, and Lydia Fox, as well as the nephew of producer Robert Fox and actor Edward Fox (father to Emilia and Freddie). He went to preparatory school at the Milbourne Lodge School, from there he attended The King's School, Canterbury. Following that he attended the University of Leeds studying philosophy and theology, gaining a 2:1.

Career

Jack Fox is a British stage and screen actor, best known for his roles in Fresh Meat, Dracula, Privates, Mr. Selfridge and his work opposite his father, James Fox, in Dear Lupin (UK Tour, West End). He made his screen debut in Channel 4’s Henry VIII: Mind of a Tyrant and has since starred in a number of projects including the Oscar nominated, BAFTA winning feature Theeb and most recently the Golden Globe nominated National Geographic Fox series Genius, opposite Geoffrey Rush and the features Johnny English starring Rowan Atkinson and Kids in Love opposite Cara Delevigne and Will Poulter. His stage performances have been lauded in the press; Fox “twinkles with an edge of mischief” (Evening Standard, Dear Lupin), “Jack Fox stuns with his chilling portrayal… Fox is the delightfully amoral vacuum at the heart of the piece. His Dorian is always convincing” (Digital Spy, Dorian Gray) and Fox “seems made for the role, his whimsy foolishness as the play begins marks the purity of soul that so captivates” (The Up Coming, Dorian Gray). Jack is represented by The BWH agency (UK) ICM (US), and Select Models, and is presently a brand ambassador for Breitling and Belstaff.

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
2009 Henry VIII: Mind of a Tyrant Perkin Warbeck Episode: Prince 1485–1509
2010 Inspector Lewis Alfie Wilkinson Episode: Your Sudden Death Question
2011 Beast Robert Short
2011–2013 Fresh Meat Ralph 7 episodes
2012 Hoorah Dennis Short
2013 Privates Private White-Bowne TV Mini-Series
2013 Theeb Edward
2013 Dracula Alastair Harvey 3 episodes
2014 Mr Selfridge Jeremy Episode: #2.3
2014 Blood Moon Wade
2015 The Messenger Mark
2016 Kids in Love Lars
2017 Level Up Steve
2017 Snatch Beanie the Mixologist
2017 Genius Dr. Paul Weyland
2017 Upstart Crowe Valentine
2017 The Dark Side of the Sun Charlie
2017 Johnny English 3 Geoffrey
2017 Riviera Nico Eltham

References

External links

  • Jack Fox on Twitter
  • Jack Fox on IMDb
  • The Fantastic Mr Foxes! Jack Fox is joined by father James and brothers Laurence and Tom at his theatrical debut in Dorian Gray." The Daily Mail. 23 April 2014.


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