Phoebe Fox Biography
Phoebe Fox is a British actress born on 16 April 1987 as Phoebe Mercedes Fox in Hammersmith, London, United Kingdom. She is known for Eye in the Sky (2015), One Day (2011) and The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death (2014).
Phoebe Fox Age
She was born on 16 April 1987. She is 31 years old as at 2018.
Phoebe Fox Family | Stuart Fox
She was born to actors Prue Clarke (mother) and Stuart Fox (father).
Phoebe Fox Husband
She married actor Kyle Soller in 2010, they met at RADA. They live in London.
Phoebe Fox Children
She has not been blessed with children yet.
Phoebe Fox Movies
Film and television
The Hollow Crown: Wars of the Roses
Lady Anne Neville
Close to the Enemy
The Woman in Black: Angel of Death
Eye in the Sky
Life in Squares
A Poet in New York
Duchess of Savoy
A View from the Bridge
A View from the Bridge
As You Like It
The Acid Test
There Is A War
All the trees of the field in response to Isaiah
A Month in the Country
Chichester Festival Theatre
Phoebe Fox Net Worth
Her net worth and salary have not been revealed yet.
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Phoebe Fox A View From The Bridge
She played the role of Catherine, It was first released in 2014.
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Phoebe Fox Interview
Interview: Phoebe Fox Talks Sky One’s ‘Curfew’
Geektown: What were your first thoughts reading the script?
Phoebe Fox: I was struck by its originality and ambition; I think of racing shows to be purely the domain of the movies. It was clear from the get go that the creators wanted to push at the limits of what we expect to see on television. I was also drawn to Kaye. She’s much more bad ass then any character I’ve played before.
Along with yourself, the rest of the cast is amazing. How was it working with everyone? Was there a good camaraderie on set? (I also want to ask how soon until the kill Sean Bean, because the poor guy dies in everything, but I won’t!)
The whole thing was basically night shoots, and there something about being awake at 5am that leads to a kind of maniacal hysteria; I don’t think I’ve ever laughed as much on a job. Laughter that could have very easily turned into tears though…
When you google you, one of the top results is a Guardian interview where you comment you’re “always playing bloody aristocrats! ” Was this a nice change?
Kaye is quite close to me in real life… Although I’ve definitely got a lighter outlook on life. Like most actors all I’ve ever really looking for is variety. After ‘Curfew’ wrapped I filmed ‘The Aeronauts’, in which I had very aristocratic leanings, and I enjoyed that too, after having lived in a paramedics uniform for 5 months.
How was it driving the ambulance?
It’s sexy, in a reliable way.
Were you into cars before this?
Not really… I only learnt to drive 6 months before we started shooting. And that was only out of necessity. I could have happily used public transport for the rest of my life.
What sort of training did they give you? I hear Ben Collins (aka ex-Stig) was on hand to help. What were some of the craziest stunts you had to do?
The training consisted of an initial assessment by Ben, in which he mainly tried to make me look a little ‘cooler’ I was still driving like I was trying to past my test. Later on I had to learn how to drive around, behind, in front of a moving vehicle with a camera mounted on it. But to be honest all of the stunts you see “me” do are performed by my stunt doubles.
What was the most challenging thing for you on the project?
Driving an ambulance at the time in the morning when you would rather be asleep.
Can you talk a little about the tone of the show?
It’s fun and fast. I definitely got bogged down in the realism of it and I was given tonal homework by Colm [McCarthy – director]. He said “you’re Bruce Willis. Go home and watch Die Hard”.
We cover a lot of tv shows on the site, so we have 2 last questions we always ask guests:
1. What tv shows are you watching at the moment?
I’m eagerly awaiting the second series of ‘Dark’ and watching re-runs of ‘Escape to the Chateau’ (my version of escapism).
2. If you had the opportunity to work on any show, past, present or future, which show would it be?
I would have loved to have joined Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson in ‘Sharp Objects’ – they are both heroes of mine.
‘Curfew‘ Season 1 is currently airing on Friday nights at 9pm on Sky One. You can also see Phoebe Fox late this year in the Amazon Studios film ‘The Aeronauts’ with Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne about wealthy young widow Amelia Wren and ambitious scientist James Glaisher as they mount a balloon expedition to fly higher than anyone in history.
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