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Brian Cox

Mostly Credited As: Brian Cox
Sometimes Credited As: Brian Cox CBE
Brian Denis Cox

Birth Name: Brian Denis Cox
Date Of Birth: June 01, 1946 (Age 68)
Country Of Birth: United Kingdom
Birth Place: Dundee, Scotland
Height: 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Brian Cox


Brian Cox is 68 years old and was born on June 01, 1946.
He is known for his role as Harry Montebello in the show The Straits.
He is 5' 7" (1.7 m) tall and was born in Dundee, Scotland (United Kingdom)

Brian Cox
TV Appearances

Main cast 
The Great War: The People's Story (2014)As: Rev. Andrew Clark
An Adventure In Space And Time (2013)As: Sydney Newman
Bob Servant, Independent (2013)As: Bob Servant
Secrets From The Workhouse (2013)As: Himself
The Straits (2012)As: Harry Montebello
The Sinking Of The Laconia (2011)As: Captain Sharp
Travellers (2011)As: Narrator -- [Voice]
The Take (2009)As: Ozzy
The Day Of The Triffids (2009) (2009)As: Dennis Masen
Lost & Found (2009)As: Burt Macey
The Colour of Magic (2008)As: Narrator -- [Voice]
The Outsiders (UK) (2006)As: Gabriel
The Cloning of Joanna May (1992)As: Carl May
The Devil's Crown (1978)As: Henry II
Out (1978)As: McGrath
Episode Cast Credits 

Lorraine (2010) 
  Series 4, Show 210 04x210: (Jun/26/2014) As Himself 
  Series 3, Show 90 03x90: (Jan/15/2013) As Himself 

The One Show (2006) 
  February 13, 2014 08x129: (Feb/13/2014) As Himself 
  September 18, 2013 08x32: (Sep/18/2013) As Himself 
  January 14, 2013 07x102: (Jan/14/2013) As Himself 
  August 21, 2009 04x35: (Aug/21/2009) As Himself 

Daybreak (2010) 
  November 26, 2013 04x62: (Nov/26/2013) As Himself 

Muse of Fire: A Shakespearean Road Movie (2013) 
  Muse of Fire: A Shakesperean Road Movie 01x01: (Oct/24/2013) As Himself, [Interviewees]

In Conversation... (2012) 
  ... Brian Cox 02x15: (Oct/11/2013) As Himself, [Interviewees]

Doctor Who (2005) (2005) 
  Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor (Aug/04/2013) As Himself, [Featuring]
  The End of Time (1) (Dec/25/2009) Voiced  Elder Ood 

The Wright Stuff (2000) 
  February 27, 2013 14x38: (Feb/27/2013) As Himself 

Dani's House (2008) 
  Sayonara Sam 04x08: (Nov/04/2011) As Himself (as Professor Brian Cox) 
  Use Your Noodle 02x09: (Dec/04/2009) As Himself (as Professor Brian Cox) 

The Big C (2010) 
  Two for the Road 01x07: (Oct/04/2010) As Dad 

Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (2001) 
  Emma Thompson, Matt Smith, Brian Cox, Goldfrapp 18x10: (Mar/26/2010) As Himself 

Agatha Christie's Marple (2004) 
  They Do It With Mirrors 04x03: (Jan/01/2010) As Lewis Serrocold 

Loose Women (1999) 
  Series 14, Show 6 14x06: (Sep/08/2009) As Himself, [Interviewees]

Masterpiece (1971) 
  Miss Marple, Series IV: (3) They Do it With Mirrors 39x22: (Jul/19/2009) As Lewis Serrocold 

Kings (2009) 
  The New King (1) 01x12: (Jul/18/2009) As Vesper Abbadon, [Special Guest Stars]
  Judgment Day 01x06: (Apr/18/2009) As Vesper Abbadon, [Special Guest Stars]
  Prosperity 01x03: (Mar/22/2009) As Vesper Abbadon, [Special Guest Stars]

The New Paul O'Grady Show (2006) 
  Series 5, Show 57 05x57: (Jun/10/2008) As Himself 
  Series 2, Show 76 02x76: (Jan/23/2007) As Himself 

Richard & Judy (2001) 
  Series 7, Show 33 07x33: (Mar/14/2007) As Himself 
  Series 6, Show 9 06x09: (Jun/29/2006) As Himself 

One Life (2003) 
  The Oldest Drivers In Britain 07x01: (Oct/18/2006) Voiced  Narrator 

Deadwood (2004) 
  Tell Him Something Pretty 03x12: (Aug/27/2006) As John 'Jack' Langrishe 
  The Cat Bird Seat 03x11: (Aug/20/2006) As John 'Jack' Langrishe 
  A Constant Throb 03x10: (Aug/13/2006) As John 'Jack' Langrishe 
  Amateur Night 03x09: (Aug/06/2006) As John 'Jack' Langrishe 

Top Gear (2002) 
  Series 8, Episode 6 08x06: (Jul/16/2006) As Himself (Star in a Reasonably Priced Car) 

The Tony Danza Show (2004) (2004) 
  Orlando Jones, Brian Cox, Marc Summers 02x126: (Apr/03/2006) As Himself 

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) 
  Little Richard, Brian Cox 01x213: (Dec/21/2005) As Himself 

French & Saunders (1987) 
  Season 6, Episode 4 06x04: (Nov/05/2004) As King Lear 

Frasier (1993) 
  Moons Over Seattle 09x24: (May/21/2002) As Harry Moon 
  The Guilt Trippers 09x23: (May/14/2002) As Harry Moon 

The Emmy Awards (1949) 
  The 53rd Annual Emmy Awards 53x01: (Nov/04/2001) As Winner: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie (for 'Nuremberg') 

Superman (1996) (1996) 
  Two's a Crowd 01x13: (Feb/15/1997) Voiced  Dr. Earl Garver 

Red Dwarf (1988) 
  Stoke Me A Clipper 07x02: (Jan/24/1997) As The King, [Special Guest Stars]

Sharpe (1993) 
  Sharpe's Eagle 01x02: (May/12/1993) As Major Hogan 
  Sharpe's Rifles 01x01: (May/05/1993) As Major Hogan 

Inspector Morse (1987) 
  Deadly Slumber 07x01: (Jan/06/1993) As Michael Steppings, [Starring Roles]

Van der Valk (1972) 
  The Ties That Bind [ 2 hrs ] 05x01: (Feb/05/1992) As Stefan Szabo 

Unnatural Causes (1986) 
  Home Cooking 01x01: (Nov/08/1986) As Vic 

Minder (1979) 
  In 03x13: (Apr/07/1982) As Frank McFadden 

Play for Today (1970) 
  A Cotswold Death 12x11: (Jan/12/1982) As Dr. Gillespie 

Hammer House of Horror (1980) 
  The Silent Scream 01x07: (Oct/25/1980) As Chuck, [Starring Roles]

Thirty-Minute Theatre (1965) 
  Combing Down His Yellow Hair 01x222: (Oct/11/1971) As Rod 
Crew Credits

Show Crew



Episode Crew


Oz (1997) (Credited in 1 episodes from this show) 
 
Gray Matter 04x05 Aug/09/2000 As: Director
Trivia

He was born only 27 days before his "X2" co-star Bruce Davison. However, it is indicated in dialogue that their characters, General William Stryker and Senator Robert Kelly, were born over 20 years apart.

He was originally cast as the voice of the lion Aslan in "The Chronicles of Narnia" but was replaced by Liam Neeson.

Mel Gibson originally offered the role of Robert the Bruce, Sr., a relatively important supporting character in "Braveheart". However, he felt that the much smaller role, Argyle Wallace, was more interesting.

He is 5'7".

His first acting role was as an extra in numerous episodes of the cult classic British series "The Prisoner". Almost three decades later, he and Patrick McGoohan also appeared in "Braveheart" together.

His son, Alan Cox, is also an actor.

He is one of only a few actors who appeared in "The Prisoner" who is both still alive and still acting.

In 2000, he won an Emmy Award for his portrayal of Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring in the NBC television movie "Nuremberg".

Many of the characters that he plays work for the military and/or government. The most notable examples are Hermann Göring in "Nuremberg" and Colonel William Stryker in "X2".

He was married to Caroline Burt from 1968 until 1986. They have two children, Alan and Margaret.

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