Edward Fox has appeared in countless acclaimed productions for stage, screen and television throughout his varied career. His theatre credits include the acclaimed national touring productions of Terrence Rattigan’s The Winslow Boy and The Browning Version, a highly praised portrayal of Harold MacMillan in A Letter of Resignation in the West End and national tour, Henry Higgins in the national tour of My Fair Lady; Crichton in The Admirable Crichton in the West End, The Philanthropist at the Chichester Festival Theatre followed by the West End, and The Interpreters in the West End.
Most famous for his rôle of the assassin on the trail of President De Gaulle in The Day of the Jackal, his many film credits include The Go-between, A Bridge Too Far, Force 10 From Navarone, The Duellists, Gandhi, The Bounty, A Passage To India, The Shooting Party, A Month by the Lake, Never Say Never Again, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Nicholas Nickleby. Edward Fox’s numerous television appearances include the series Foyle’s War and Daniel Deronda, his portrayal of King Edward VIII in Edward & Mrs Simpson, Cinderella & Me, Gulliver’s Travels, Robin Hood, and Quartermaine’s Terms. His distinguished career brought him an OBE in 2003 for his services to the Arts and the Film Industry.