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  1. Edward Fox (actor) - Wikipedia

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    Edward Charles Morice Fox, OBE (born 13 April 1937) is an English stage, film and television actor.. He played the part of the professional assassin, known only as the "Jackal", who is hired to assassinate the French president Charles de Gaulle in the summer of 1963, in the film The Day of the Jackal (1973).

  2. Edward Fox - IMDb

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    Edward Fox was born on April 13, 1937 in Chelsea, London, England as Edward Charles Morrice Fox. He is an actor and producer, known for The Day of the Jackal (1973), A Bridge Too Far (1977) and Never Say Never Again (1983). He has been married to Joanna David since 2004. They have two children.

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  3. Edward Fox - Biography - IMDb

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    Edward Fox was born on April 13, 1937 in Chelsea, London, England as Edward Charles Morrice Fox. He is an actor and producer, known for A Bridge Too Far (1977), The Day of the Jackal (1973) and Never Say Never Again (1983). He has been married to Joanna David since 2004. They have two children.

  4. Edward Fox List of Movies and TV Shows | TV Guide

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    Edward Fox full list of movies and tv shows in theaters, in production and upcoming films.

  5. Edward Fox | Agatha Christie Wiki | Fandom

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    • Early Life and Education
    • Career
    • Awards
    • Personal Life
    • Partial Filmography
    • Other Projects and Contributions

    Fox was born in Chelsea, London, the son of Robin Fox, a theatrical agent, and Angela Muriel Darita Worthington, an actress and writer. He is the elder brother of actor James Fox and film producer Robert Fox, and an uncle of actor Laurence Fox. His paternal great-grandfather was the industrialist and inventor Samson Fox, and his paternal grandmother was Hilda Hanbury, sister of the stage performer Lily Hanbury. His maternal grandfather was the dramatist Frederick Lonsdale, and his maternal grandmother was the daughter of football player and stockbroker Charles Morice. He was educated at Harrow School in northwest London and served as a lieutenant in the Coldstream Guards, a regiment of the British Army.

    Fox made his theatrical début in 1958, and his first film appearance was as an extra in The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (1962). He also had a non-speaking part as a waiter in This Sporting Life (1963). Throughout the 1960s he worked mostly on stage, including a turn as Hamlet. In the late 1960s and early 1970s he established himself with roles in major British films including Oh! What a Lovely War (1969), Battle of Britain (1969) and The Go-Between (1970). In The Go-Between, he played the part of Lord Hugh Trimingham, for which he won a BAFTA award for Best Supporting Actor. His acting ability also brought him to the attention of director Fred Zinnemann, who was looking for an actor who wasn't well-known and could be believable as the assassin in the film The Day of the Jackal. Fox won the role, beating out other contenders such as Roger Moore and Michael Caine. From then onwards, he was much sought after, appearing in such films as A Bridge Too Far (1977) as Lieutenant G...

    For his role as Lord Hugh Trimingham in The Go-Between(1970), he won Best Supporting Actor award at the following year's British Academy Film Awards. For his role as Lieutenant General Horrocks in A Bridge Too Far(1977), he won the Best Supporting Actor award at the British Academy Film Awards. In 2003, he was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empirefor his services to theatre and British cinema.

    Fox has been married twice, to actresses Tracy Reed (1958–1961) and Joanna David (from July 2004, after a long-standing relationship). He has a daughter, Lucy, Viscountess Gormanston, by Reed, and two children, actress Emilia Fox and Freddie Fox, with David. Fox joined the Countryside March to support hunting rights in the U.K., and is a member of the Savile Club, a London gentlemen's club. He also supported the restoration of the Royal Hall, Harrogate, funded by his great-grandfather Samson Fox.

    Oh! What a Lovely War (1969)
    The Breaking of Bumbo(1970)
    Skullduggery(1970)
    The Go-Between(1970)

    When Love Speaks(2002, EMI Classics) - William Shakespeare's "Sonnet 140" ("Be wise as thou art cruel; do not press"), a compilation album that features interpretations of Shakespeare's sonnets and...

    • Early Life and Education
    • Career
    • Awards
    • Personal Life
    • Selected Theatre Performances
    • Other Projects and Contributions

    Fox was born in Chelsea, Lon­don, the son of Robin Fox, a the­atri­cal agent, and An­gela Muriel Darita Wor­thing­ton, an ac­tress and writer. He is the elder brother of actor James Fox and film pro­ducer Robert Fox, and an uncle of actor Lau­rence Fox. His pa­ter­nal great-grand­fa­ther was in­dus­tri­al­ist and in­ven­tor Sam­son Fox, and his pa­ter­nal grand­mother was Hilda Han­bury, sis­ter of stage per­former Lily Han­bury. His ma­ter­nal grand­fa­ther was drama­tist Fred­er­ick Lons­dale, and his ma­ter­nal grand­mother was the daugh­ter of foot­ball player and stock­bro­ker Charles Morice. Fox was ed­u­cated at Har­row School and com­pleted his Na­tional Ser­vice in the Loy­als, hav­ing failed to gain a com­mis­sion in the Cold­stream Guards.

    Fox made his the­atri­cal debut in 1958[clarification needed], and his first film ap­pear­ance was as an extra in The Lone­li­ness of the Long Dis­tance Run­ner (1962). He also had a non-speak­ing part as a waiter in This Sport­ing Life (1963). Through­out the 1960s he worked mostly on stage, in­clud­ing a turn as Ham­let. In the late 1960s and early 1970s he es­tab­lished him­self with roles in major British films, in­clud­ing Oh! What a Lovely War (1969), Bat­tle of Britain (1969) and The Go-Be­tween (1971). In The Go-Between, he played the part of Lord Hugh Trim­ing­ham, for which he won a BAFTA award for Best Sup­port­ing Actor. His act­ing abil­ity also brought him to the at­ten­tion of di­rec­tor Fred Zin­ne­mann, who was look­ing for an actor who was not well-known and could be be­liev­able as the as­sas­sin in the film The Day of the Jackal (1973). Fox won the role, beat­ing other con­tenders such as Roger Moore and Michael Caine. From then on he was much sought after, ap­pe...

    For his role as Vis­count Trim­ing­ham in The Go-Between(1971), he won Best Sup­port­ing Actor award at the fol­low­ing year's British Acad­emy Film Awards. For his role as Lieu­tenant Gen­eral Hor­rocks in A Bridge Too Far(1977), he won the Best Sup­port­ing Actor award at the British Acad­emy Film Awards. Fox was ap­pointed an Of­fi­cer of the Order of the British Em­pire for his ser­vices to Drama in the 2003 New Year Ho­n­ours.

    Fox has been mar­ried twice, to ac­tresses Tracy Reed (1958–1961) and Joanna David (from July 2004, after a long-stand­ing re­la­tion­ship). He has a daugh­ter, Lucy, Vis­count­ess Gor­manston, by Reed, and two chil­dren, Emilia Fox and Fred­die Fox, with David. He is the elder brother and uncle, re­spec­tively, of ac­tors James Fox and Lau­rence Fox. Fox joined the Coun­try­side March to sup­port hunt­ing rights in the UK. He also sup­ported the restora­tion of the Royal Hall, Har­ro­gate, funded by his great-grand­fa­ther Sam­son Fox.

    Harry, Lord Monchensey in The Family Reunion by T S Eliot. Directed by Michael Elliott at the Royal Exchange, Manchester. 1979)
    Captain in The Dance of Death by August Strindberg. Directed by Kenneth MacMillan at the Royal Exchange, Manchester. (1983)

    When Love Speaks (2002, EMI Classics) – William Shakespeare's "Sonnet 140" ("Be wise as thou art cruel; do not press"), a compilation albumthat features interpretations of Shakespeare's sonnets and...

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  7. Edward Fox Obituary - Death Notice and Service Information

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    Dr. Edward A. Fox Wyckoff - Dr. Edward A. Fox, 68, on December 25, 2020 of Wyckoff, NJ. Beloved husband of Manette. Loving father of Zachary and wife Danielle his daughter-in-love and Spencer and...

    • February 5, 1952
    • December 25, 2020
  8. Dr. Edward Fox, MD | Round Rock, TX | Healthgrades

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    Dr. Edward Fox, MD is a Neurology Specialist in Round Rock, TX. Dr. Fox has more experience with Neurodegenerative Disorders and Headache than other specialists in his area. He is affiliated with medical facilities St. David's Medical Center and St. David's Round Rock Medical Center. He has indicated that he accepts telehealth appointments.

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