Jack Fox, is a British stage and screen actor who grew up in London and is part of the Fox Dynasty, the son of James Fox and nephew of Robert Fox and Edward Fox. He graduated with a degree in Philosophy from Leeds university and has since gone on to star in the Oscar nominated, BAFTA winning feature Theeb, the Golden Globe nominated National Geographic series Genius, with Geoffrey Rush and Johnny English staring Rowan Atkinson.
He played a leading recurring Role in Sky Atlantic's Riviera (2019), which smashed records for their biggest debut series ever, making it their most downloaded show in history, with 20 million downloads, staring alongside Will Arnett, Julia Styles, and Juliet Stevenson.
He continues to play a role in Andrew Davies's ITV/Masterpiece (PBS) produced Sanditon, opposite Theo James and Rose Williams (2019).
“What it has is vim, humour, mischief and some excellent performances …….. Sanditon pulls of the neat trick of resembling a Jane Austen’s Greatest Hits whilst still conjuring up new tunes and springing surprises. Something of a triumph." - Gabriel Tate, The Times
"Wow - This is Jane Austen, but not as you know it.' - Vulture
"A moder masterpiece" - CNN
"Smart and Funny.' - USA Today
Sanditon will return due to popular demand for a further second and third series, slated for release for 20th March 2022, and 2023, respectively.
Other credits include the critically acclaimed, Fresh Meat, Mr. Selfridge and Dracula.
Most recently he can be seen in BBC One's hit drama Cheaters ,also available on Iplayer. An eighteen-episode returnable series told in ten-minute chapters, "Cheaters is a sexy, messy, comedy drama about morality and monogamy, and everything in between."
The Guardian “A zippy, well-acted 18-part comedy drama told in 10-minute episodes…the humour’s enjoyably dry and the premise is great”
The Times “This neat idea is told in 18 ten-minute chunks aided by sharp writingand deft characterisation.'
The Financial Times “It’s the prefect meet cute…this charming new comedy drama takes an irreverent and non-judgmental look at infidelity”
The Daily Telegraph “A smart, incisive comedy”
Sunday Times “A delicious four-hander”
His stage works includes Dorian Grey, in which he played the title role at West London Studios, and his west end Debut, in a two-hander, opposite his father, James Fox, in Dear Lupin.
Jack is represented by The BWH agency (UK) for his acting work, Another Tongue for his voice work.