|Date of Birth
||26 May 1978
||Yorkshire, United Kingdom
||James Fox ( Father) , Mary Elizabeth Piper ( Mother)
||Billie Piper (m. 2007–2016)
||Eugene Pip Fox, Winston James Fox
Laurence Fox and Wife
Laurence Paul Fox is an English actor and political activist, best known for enjoying the supporting role of DS James Hathaway within the British TV drama series Lewis from 2006 to 2015.A grandson of the actors Robin and Angela Fox, and a graduate of the Royal Academy of dramaturgy .
Laurence Fox first appeared within the Hole (2001) and thereafter in numerous films, television features, and theatre productions. he's also a singer-songwriter and guitarist; his debut album, Holding Patterns, was released in February 2016.
Early life and Family
Laurence Fox was born in 1978 in Leeds,the third of the five children of James Fox and Mary Elizabeth Piper.His father, James, was the son of Robin Fox, a actor's agent , who married Angela Muriel Darita Worthington, daughter of the playwright Frederick Lonsdale.Fox's siblings are Tom (born 1975), Robin (born 1976), Lydia (born 1979), and Jack (born 1985); Lydia and Jack are actors. Lydia Fox is married to actor Richard Ayoade.His uncles are the actor Edward Fox and therefore the theatrical and film maker Robert Fox. The actors Emilia and Freddie Fox are his first cousins, being the youngsters of Edward Fox.
At the age of 13, he was enrolled at Harrow School.He was expelled a couple of weeks before his A-levels. He was unable to get an area at any university, due to a report about him from Harrow.After working as a gardener and as an office worker,he discovered that he preferred acting and enrolled at the Royal Academy of dramaturgy (RADA).
Laurence Fox Wife
Fox and actress Billie Piper started dating in 2006 while performing together within the stage play Treats,and they were married on 31 December 2007. they need two sons, born in 2008 and 2012.On 24 March 2016, Fox announced that the couple had separated which no third party was involved within the split.On 12 May 2016, it had been announced that Fox and Piper had divorced.
Laurence Fox Net Worth
Laurence Fox has earned a fine amount of cash from his career as his net worth is around $4 million as of 2020 whereas he has also a handsome amount of salary too which is additionally in many dollars per annum .
Professional career in Acting
In 2001, followed up the opening by appearing in Robert Altman's film Gosford Park (2001). He then donned uniforms during a slew of film and tv features, including roles as a German airman in Island at War (2004), an SS officer within the Last Drop (2005), and as British soldiers within the 2002 films Deathwatch and supreme Force, and in Colditz (2005). within the last made-for-television film, Fox played Capt.
Tom Willis who, after an unsuccessful plan to escape of a prisoner-of-war camp, is delivered to Oflag IV-C in Colditz Castle, one among the foremost infamous German POW camps for officers in war II. Actor Kevin Whately caught Fox's performance within the last ten minutes of the film.
subsequent day, at a gathering regarding a replacement project, Whately mentioned that Fox "would be worth taking a glance at".As a result, Fox was cast within the ITV detective drama Lewis as Detective Sergeant James Hathaway, who becomes the partner of Detective Inspector Robert Lewis, played by Whately. The pilot of this spin-off from Inspector Morse (1987–2000), was ITV's highest rated drama of 2006.
On stage, Fox appeared in Mrs. Warren's Profession by George Bernard Shaw at the Strand Theatre (now the Novello Theatre) in London in 2002,and John Ford's 17th-century play 'Tis Pity She's a Whore in 2005.Between 2006 and 2007 he starred in Treats by Christopher Hampton together with his future wife, Billie Piper.
In 2013, Fox played Guy Haines in Strangers on a Train at London's Gielgud Theatre.On 9 May 2015, he read a letter written by a soldier three days before his death within the Second war , as a part of VE Day 70: a celebration to recollect , an anniversary concert for VE Day.
In 2018, Fox joined the cast of the ITV series Victoria, playing Lord Palmerston, for its third season, which first aired on PBS in January 2019.In November 2020, Fox was dropped by his talent agency Artists Rights Group. He had been dropped by his previous managers Authentic Talent in March of an equivalent year.
In September 2020, Fox was reported to possess attracted funding for a replacement party , provisionally called Reclaim,and dubbed "UKIP for culture".It emerged in October 2020 that the party name had yet to be successfully registered with the Electoral Commission which there was a naming conflict with the "Reclaim Project" of Manchester, a longtime charity in Manchester endeavouring to offer opportunities to working-class children.
As of mid-April 2021 Fox was polling at around 1%, tied with Count Binface.His candidacy was endorsed by Reform UK, who stood aside for him within the election, and Nigel Farage.Fox finished in sixth place with 47,634 votes (1.9%) within the mayoral election, one place behind the YouTube prankster Niko Omilana, and losing his £10,000 deposit within the process.