Spotlight: BEN FOX


BEN FOX by Craig Sugden
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14 City Lofts, 112-116 Tabernacle Street, London, EC2A 4LE
Phone: 020-7734 6441
First Floor, 85 Great Portland Street, London W1W 7LT
Phone: 020-7434 0002
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'9" (175cm)
Weight:11st. 5lb. (72kg)
Playing Age:47 - 55 years
Eye Colour:Hazel
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Cheerful
Voice Quality:Clear

Currently appearing:

2020, Television, George Orwell, Pennyworth (Season 2), Warner Bros/ Epix, Danny Cannon
2019, Television, Greg Brewer, Silent Witness, BBC, Thaddeus O'Sullivan
2019, Feature Film, Lead Cop, Detective Pikachu, Legendary Entertainment, Rob Letterman
2019, Television, Ged Lees, HOLBY CITY, BBC, Tracey Rooney
2018, Television, Neath, Summer of Rockets, Little Island Productions, Steven Poliafoff
2018, Television, Montreuil Official, Les Miserables, BBC, Tom Shankland
2018, Television, CH Simpson, Vanity Fair, Mammoth for ITV/Amazon, James Strong
2017, Stage, The Cook, Mother Courage and Her Children, Southwark Playhouse, Danielle Tarento
2017, Television, Game of Thrones, HBO, Various
2017, Stage, Joybubbles, The Other Palace, Raz Shaw
2016, Television, John Shakespeare, Will (Pilot), TNT, Shekhar Kapur
2016, Television, The Crown, Left Bank Pictures for Netflix, Stephen Daldry
2016, Television, Simon Merrifield (Recurring role), The Living and the Dead, BBC TV, Alice Troughton
2016, Feature Film, Beauty and the Beast, Walt Disney Pictures, Bill Condon
2016, Audio, Trevor Barnes, The Omega Factor, Big Finish Productions, Ken Bentley
2016, Television, Graham Wallingden, Doctors, BBC Television, Ian Whitehead
2015, Workshop, Quadrophenia, Young Vic Theatre, Joe Hill-Gibbins & Ultz
2015, Stage, Andre, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Savoy Theatre, West End, Jerry Mitchell
2014, Workshop, The Hypochondriac, Theatre Royal Bath, Lindsay Posner
2014, Stage, Joey, The Commitments (2013/14), Palace Theatre, West End, Jamie Lloyd
2013, Television, The Commuter, The 7.39, Carnival Films, John Alexander
2013, Feature Film, Monsieur Mauve, A Little Chaos, Potboiler Films, Alan Rickman
2013, Feature Film, The Gulag Prisoner, Muppets Most Wanted, Walt Disney Pictures, James Bobin
2013, Television, The Escape Artist, BBC TV, Brian Welsh
2012, Stage, Wilf, Radio Times, Watermill Theatre, UK Tour, Caroline Leslie
2011, Stage, Bert Kaempfert, BACKBEAT, Duke of Yorks, West End, David Leveaux
2011, Stage, Nathan Detroit, Guys and Dolls, Salisbury Playhouse/New Wolsey/Theatr Clwyd, Peter Rowe
2011, Film, Uncle Ben, For George, For George Productions, Francesca Jaynes
2010, Film, Paul, Swap, Faculty Films, Trevor Michael Georges
2009, Stage, Kohut, Judgement Day, Almeida, James Macdonald
2009, Feature Film, Lilliputian Soldier, Gulliver's Travels, Fox UK, Rob Letterman
2009, Feature Film, Various voices, Robin Hood, Universal, Ridley Scott
2009, Stage, Pigcutter, Awaking Beauty, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Alan Aykbourn
2008, Stage, Seu Mane, Festa, Young Vic, Cyda Morenyx, Joe Hill Gibbins
2008, Television, Gerry Fielding, Holby City, BBC, Farren Blackburn
2008, Stage, Stan Laurel, Laurel and Hardy, New Wolsey / Northampton Royal & Derngate, Pete Rowe
2007, Feature Film, Freddie the Freeloader, Sweeney Todd, Sweeney Productions, Tim Burton
2007, Television, Sir Frank Roberts, Behind Closed Doors, BBC TV, Andrew Williams
2007, Stage, Major Love, A Trip to Scarborough, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, Alan Ayckbourn
2007, Stage, Frank, Forget-Me-Not-Lane, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, Bob Eaton
2007, Stage, Buttons, Cinderella, Hackney Empire, Susie McKenna
2006, Stage, The Suitor, The Evocation of Papa Mas, Told by an Idiot, John Wright
2006, Television, Bubble, Bubble and Squeak (BAFTA Nomination), Dot to Dot, Alison Stewart
2005, Stage, Jerry/Daphne (Jack Lemmon part), Sugar (Some Like it Hot), New Wolsey/Clwyd Theatr, Pete Rowe
2005, Stage, Thersites, Troilus and Cressida, Theatr Clwyd, Terry Hands
2005, Stage, Twoo, Old King Cole, Unicorn, Rebecca Gatward
2004, Television, Clive, Mad About Alice, Tandem Entertainment, Gareth Carrivik
2003, Stage, Ratty, The Wind In The Willows, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Ian Brown
2003, Stage, The Devil, Carnival Messiah, Trinidad, 2003 and West Yorkshire Playhouse, 2002, Geraldine Connor
2003, Television, MI5 Officer, Spooks, BBC Television, Bharat Nalturi
2003, Television, Colin Barnes, Casualty, BBC Television, Ian White
2002, Stage, Geoffrey Ingrams, A Taste of Honey, Hornchurch Queen's Theatre, John Dove
2001, Stage, Touchstone, As You Like It, Creation, Oxford, Charlotte Conquest
2001, Stage, Nick, Bedroom Farce, Theatr Clwyd, Terry Hands
2001, Stage, Shepherd, Millennium Mysteries, Teatr Biuro Podrozy, Pawel Szkotak
2000, Stage, Frankie, Frankie and Tommy, Hammersmith Lyric, Laurie Sansom
2000, Stage, Sammy Wurlitzer, Happy End, Theatr Clwyd, Peter Rowe
2000, Television, Dave, Men Behaving Badly, BBC Television, various
1999, Stage, Jack, Ex, Battersea Arts Centre, Lisa Goldman
1999, Stage, Gary Lejeune, Noises Off, Playhouse, Salisbury, Peter Rowe
1998, Stage, Don John, Keep On Running, Birmingham Rep, Bob Carlton


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Standard, Australian, Belfast, Birmingham, Glasgow, Irish-Northern, Irish-Southern, Liverpool, London, RP*, West Country*, Yorkshire
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Guitar*, Tenor*, Trumpet*
Performance:Actor-Musician, ADR-Additional Dialogue Recording, Comedy, Live Roleplay, Role Play, Voice Over
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence