laurence fox

 Yorkshire-born Laurence Fox is an English actor and musician. Having graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) in 2001, Laurence is perhaps best known for his starring role as DS James Hathaway in ITV’s ‘Lewis’ (2006). He has also appeared on television in ‘Foyle’s War’ (2003), ‘Jericho’ (2005), ‘Egypt’ (2005), and the award-nominated ‘A Room With A View’ (2007). 

Laurence secured his first film role in Nick Hamm’s horror-thriller ‘The Hole’ (2001), which garnered rave reviews. Laurence quickly went on to appear in Robert Altman’s Academy Award-winning ‘Gosford Park’ (2001) which catapulted him onto the international eye.

On stage, Laurence’s repertoire includes ‘Strangers On A Train’ (2013), ‘Our Boys’ (2012), ‘Treats’ (2006), and ’Tis Pity She’s A Whore’ (2005). More recently, Laurence played the part of General Charles de Gaulle to critical acclaim in Jonathan Lynn’s ‘The Patriotic Traitor’ (2016).

A passionate musician and keen guitarist, Laurence has spent many years performing gigs across the country, and in 2016 released a solo album called ‘Holding Patterns’.

Laurence has most recently appeared as Philip Lyttelton Gell in ‘The Professor and The Madman’ which was released in March 2019.

 

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