James Fox

James Fox

Biographical Data, James Fox

Age 83 Years Old
Height 6ft (Approx.)
Weight NA
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Blonde
Wife Mary Elizabeth Piper(M. 1973; died 2020)
Children Thomas Fox, Robin Fox, Laurence Fax, Lydia Fox, Jock Fox
Nationality British
Ethnicity White

Facts About James Fox

  • James Fox's birth name is William Fox, but he changed it to James Fox when he became an actor to avoid confusion with the American film executive and entrepreneur of the same name.
  • He comes from a family of actors, including his father, theatrical agent Robin Fox, and his brother, actor Edward Fox.
  • Fox was a close friend of Mick Jagger and appeared in the Rolling Stones' 1968 concert film Sympathy for the Devil, directed by Jean-Luc Godard.
  • He took a break from acting in the late 1970s to study at the School of Natural Health and the London College of Acupuncture and later worked as a Chinese medicine practitioner.
  • Fox was offered the role of James Bond in the 1969 film On Her Majesty's Secret Service, but turned it down.
  • He is a supporter of the Conservative Party in the UK and has been an advocate for Brexit.
  • In 2003, Fox was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to drama.

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James Fox Biography

James Fox is a British actor, born on May 19, 1939, in London, England. He comes from a family of actors, including his father, the theatrical agent Robin Fox, and his brother, the actor Edward Fox.

Fox debuted in 1950 in the movie “The Miniver Story,” but his role in “The Servant” in 1963 made him a star. Directed by Joseph Losey and written by Harold Pinter, the film is a psychological drama that explores the power dynamic between a wealthy young man and his manipulative servant. Fox’s performance as the manipulative servant earned him critical acclaim and established him as a rising star in British cinema.

Fox went on to appear in several acclaimed films throughout the 1960s and 1970s, including “King Rat,” “The Chase,” “Performance,” and “A Passage to India.” He also worked with notable directors such as John Huston, Tony Richardson, and David Lean.

In addition to his film work, Fox has appeared on stage and television. He won a BAFTA award for his performance in the 1984 television film “A Question of Attribution” and has appeared in several popular TV series, including “Foyle’s War” and “Lewis.”