James Fox Biography
(English Actor Known for His Films: ‘King Rat’, ‘the Servant’, ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’ and ‘Performance’)
Birthday: May 19, 1939 (Taurus)
Born In: London, United Kingdom
James Fox is an English actor, best known for appearing in films such as ‘Performance’ and ‘The Servant.’ He was born and raised in London to a highly influential English family. He had a family history in the performance arts, with his grandfather being a playwright, his mother being an actress and his father being a theatrical agent. He naturally became inclined towards a career in performance arts and began acting professionally at the age of 11. He made his acting debut with the 1950 film titled ‘The Miniver Story,’ in which he played a child role as Toby Miniver. He then took a long break to focus on his studies and made his acting comeback in 1962, playing a supporting role in the film titled ‘The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner.’ In the early 1960s, he appeared playing supporting roles in films such as ‘King Rat’ and ‘The Chase,’ and played one of the lead roles in films such as ‘Isadora’ and ‘Arabella.’ He also made his television debut in 1983 and has appeared playing supporting roles in miniseries’ such as ‘The Choir’ and ‘The Dwelling Place.’ In the 2000s, he has appeared in notable films such as ‘Sherlock Holmes’ (2009) and ‘Effie Gray’ (2014).