They acted together often and became “best friends” as drama students together at Guildhall.
“Lil” also dated his cousin Jack Fox — actor brother of actors Laurence and Lydia, son of Edward’s actor brother James. When I first met Freddie Fox last January, he was in the middle of a purple patch of screen roles: Pride, The Riot Club, an arresting turn as a totemic object of desire to both men and women in Russell T Davies’s series Cucumber.
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Fox, who had played Romeo in Sheffield last year, was with his father Edward, mother Joanna, sister Emilia and her daughter Rose at the family’s holiday home in Dorset “where there is no mobile reception, just an almost Victorian telephone”, that began ringing off the hook on the afternoon of Friday July 22. Fortunately, his mum had a copy of the play in Dorset (being part of a theatrical dynasty has its perks), so he swotted as a car drove him to Lily James’s house to run their lines together on Sunday afternoon.
On Monday morning he had a costume fitting, then intense rehearsals including ferocious and detailed fight scenes, before giving his first performance on Tuesday.
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His colour is red, his stone is the heliotrope, his day is Tuesday, and his professions are businessman, policeman, sportsman, surgeon...His decision to step into the breach was taken as much out of consideration for their plight — and Madden’s, also a friend — as his wish to play Romeo in the West End for Branagh.“Lil and I are exact contemporaries, born on the same day,” he says.Search by filters, aspects, positions, categories, heights, or latest additions.Celebrities clicked on in real-time: 441,406,445 times.It was a triumph — a colleague who was there described his Romeo as “puppyish” and hugely impressive — but an odd one.