- 15 December 1982
- London, England, UK
Charlie Thomas Cox was conceived in London, Britain, to Patricia C. A. (Harley) and Andrew Frederick Seaforth Cox, a distributer. He has English, Scottish, and Irish parentage, and plunges from a few conspicuous progenitors (Baronets of Agnew and Carnegie, an Earl of Findlater, and a Pioneer Legislative leader of New York, Andrew Elliot). Cox was instructed and gotten his preparation in dramatization at Sherborne School in Dorset where he showed up in Merchant's Decision/Patrick Marber (Mugsy) The Written work Amusement (Leo) Code Wafers/Andy Wilkinson (Weasel) Disarrays/Alan Aykbourne (Martin and Arthur) Henry V (Nym and John Bates). He got the Gerald Pitman Grant for Acting from Sherborne School. He additionally showed up in Judge John Deed (2001) as the Youthful Vicar. He featured in Things to Do Before You're 30 (2005) (in the past You Don't Need To State You Cherish Me), with Dougray Scott, The Shipper of Venice (2004), with Al Pacino, and Speck the I (2003) (otherwise known as Fixation) with Gael García Bernal, which got rave surveys at The Sundance Film Celebration.