Laurence Fox



Simon Beresford & Daniel Albert

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Born A King Dir: Agustí Villaronga
The Professor and The Madman Dir: Farhad Safinia
Fastnet Films
This Family Dir: Dictynna Hood
Likely Story Films
W.E. Dir: Madonna
Semtex Films
Blackwater Transit Dir: Tony Kaye
Capitol Films
Elizabeth: The Golden Age Dir: Shekhar Kapur
Universal Pictures
Becoming Jane Dir: Julian Jarrold
Hanway Films
WASP Dir: Woody Allen
The Last Drop Dir: Colin Teague
Carnaby International
South From Grenada Dir: Fernando Colomo
Antenna 3 Television
Deathwatch Dir: Michael J.Bassett
Apollo Media
Gosford Park Dir: Robert Altman
USA Films
The Hole Dir: Nick Hamm
Cowboy Films


The Real Thing Theatre Royal Bath
A Patriotic Traitor Dir: Jonathan Lynn
Park Theatre
Strangers On A Train Dir: Roger Allan Ackerman
Gielgud Theatre
Our Boys Dir: David Grindley
Duchess Theatre
Treats Dir: Laurence Boswell
Garrick Theatre
'Tis Pity She's A Whore Dir: Edward Dick
Southwark Playhouse
Mrs Warren's Profession Dir: Sir Peter Hall
Strand Theatre


Frankie Drake Mysteries Dir: Greg Miller
Frankenstein Chronicles Dir: Alex Gabassi
Rainmark Films / A&E / ITV Encore
Inspector Lewis (Series 1-7) Dir: Various
ITV, Granada
Fast Freddie Dir: David Richards
Wired Dir: Kenneth Glenaan
A Room With A View Dir: Nicholas Renton
Miss Marple: The Sittaford Mystery Dir: Paul Unwin
ITV, Granada
Whatever Love Means Dir: William Humble
ITV, Granada
Egypt Dir: Ferdinand Fairfax
Jericho Dir: Nicholas Renton
Colditz Dir: Stuart Orme
ITV, Granada
AD/ BC: A Rock Opera Dir: RIchard Ayoade
BBC, Baby Cow
Island At War: Strange Wars Dir: Stephen Mallatratt
ITV, Granada
Foyle's War Dir: Giles Foster
ITV, Granada
Ultimate Force Dir: Tim Leandro
Bentley Productions


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Belfast, Dublin, German, RP*, Scottish-Standard, South African
(* = mother tongue)
English*, French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Bass-Baritone*, Country Dancing*, Flamenco*, Guitar*, Period Dancing*
Performance: Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Stage Combat*, Wind Surfing*
Vehicle Licences: Car Driving Licence, Motorcycle Licence


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“Laurence Fox is unforgettable as de Gaulle, a tall, stalky, unbending figure who reminds you very much of Churchill’s vivid description: “He looks like a female llama surprised in her bath”. But For also invest him with a real dignity and, like all Great Men, he becomes the object of fascination. De Gaulle delivers a riveting speech here on the subject of leadership, and it works as a brilliant piece of self-analysis too.” - Edward Porter (The Sunday Times)

“Fox is impressively focused as the wonderfully self-important and humourless De Gaulle, prone to lines such as “When I want to know what France thinks, I ask myself” - Fiona Mountford (The Evening Standard)

“The initially one-note character becomes, in Fox’s hands, an interesting blend of self-important prig, vulnerable dreamer and ruthless autocrat in the making.” - Marianka Swain (Arts Desk)

“Petain regarded the eccentric (I would say Aspergerish) de Gaulle almost as his son. Balancing Mr Conti’s relaxed, affable Petain is the taut figure of de Gaulle, brilliantly caught by Mr Fox.” - Quentin Letts (Daily Mail)


“The cast if terrific, especially Fox who is more coiled with anger than any of the others. A survivor of an IRA bombing, his closing monologue is a devastating glimpse of the iceberg of pain that lies beneath the men’s visible wounds” - Robert Gore-Langton (The Daily Mail) 

“Laurence Fox excellent here as the cocky, fast-talking Joe whose intelligent anger and underlying sadness feel like the beating heart of the play.” - Paul Taylor (The Independent)

“Fox has a cool command of the stage and a cherishable line in dry wit” - Fiona Mountford (The Evening Standard)

‘While the natural group leader, trooper Joe – the equivalent of the Peter O’Toole role in The Long and the Short and the Tall – is played with an impressive mixture of physical authority and psychotic danger by Laurence Fox.” – Michael Coveney (

“Joe, who seems the most able, is destined to stay longest. And Fox, sharp, shrewd, but suddenly frighteningly volatile, shows us why.” – Sarah Hemming (Financial Times)

“Well, no dominant character except perhaps Regent’s Park IRA bomb victim Joe, played by Laurence Fox, who gives possibly the best performances of the year as deeply damaged man whose mental scars only gradually emerge.” – John Nathan (Jewish Chronicle)





Height: 6'3"
Eye Colour: Blue-Green
Hair Colour: Blond(e)
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