Alan Cox

Previously at Chichester On the Razzle, The Importance of Being Earnest (Festival Theatre and Theatre Royal Haymarket), The Lady’s Not for Burning and Hock and Soda Water (Minerva Theatre).

Recent theatre includes The Divided Laing (Arcola), City Stories (St James Studio), Kingmaker (Arts Theatre), Playing with Grown Ups (Brits off Broadway) and Cornelius (Finborough). In the US, he has toured in Frost / Nixon and The Caretaker and appeared on Broadway in Translations (MTC). He has appeared in the London premieres of Longing (Hampstead), Found in the Ground (Wrestling School), The Earthly Paradise (Almeida) and The Rubinstein Kiss (Hampstead).

Television and film includes The Good Wife, Lucan, John Adams, Housewife 49, Not Only But Always, Mrs Dalloway, An Awfully Big Adventure, Young Sherlock Holmes, A Voyage Round My Father.

He is a regular improviser with Ken Campbell’s School of Night and recently directed The Pigeon in the Taj Mahal at the Irish Rep in New York.

Trained at LAMDA.