Edward Fox


The co-founder of the ‘Fox acting dynasty’ alongside his brother James, Edward is best known for his roles in ‘The Day of the Jackal’  ‘ Ghandi ‘ and ‘A Bridge Too Far’, winning two BAFTA awards for his work in film along the way. Edward is also extremely respected for his theatre work, having recently played Winston Churchill along side Helen Mirren in ‘The Audience’ in the West End. Edward was awarded an O.B.E in the Queens New Years Honours List for his services to theatre and film.