Frederick Samson Robert Morice Fox is an English actor. His screen career highlights include roles as singer Marilyn in the BBC's Boy George biopic Worried About the Boy, King Louis XIII in The Three Musketeers, Edwin Drood in the BBC's The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and Freddie Baxter in the two gay-themed television series Cucumber and Banana. His many notable theatre credits include starring as Oscar Wilde's young lover Lord Alfred "Bosie" Douglas in The Judas Kiss, opposite Rupert Everett, at London's Hampstead Theatre plus a UK tour and West End transfer. In 2016 he won third prize at the Ian Charleson Awards, for his 2015 performance as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet at the Sheffield Crucible. His proficiency with the role led him to be called into service again as Romeo, this time opposite Lily James in Kenneth Branagh's 2016 production at the Garrick Theatre, when the existing Romeo and his understudy were both injured.
|Born:||Frederick Samson Robert Morice Fox, April 05, 1989, Hammersmith, London, England|
|Education:||Arnold House School, Bryanston School|
|Alma mater:||Guildhall School of Music and Drama|
|Parent(s):||Edward Fox, Joanna David|
|Relatives:||Emilia Fox (sister), James Fox (uncle), Laurence Fox (cousin), Jack Fox (cousin)|
|Family:||Robin Fox family|
|IMDb:||Freddie Fox (actor)'s IMDb|
About Freddie Fox
Perhaps most known for his role as King Louis XIII in the 2011, 3D film version of The Three Musketeers, Fox is also notable for his title role in the 2012 English television version of The Mystery of Edwin Drood.
After graduating from London's Guildhall School of Music and Drama, he made his television debut in the made-for-TV movie Why Didn't They Ask Evans?
In 2011, he appeared with Chiwetel Ejiofor in the BBC miniseries The Shadow Line.
He co-starred with Rupert Everett in the Hampstead Theatre's production of The Judas Kiss.
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