Brian Cox. Photo by David Ho, courtesy of his publishers

Brian Cox in Long Day’s Journey Into Night

Brian Cox stars in the West End revival of Long Day’s Journey Into Night at the Wyndham’s Theatre in London.

Brian Cox is a multi-award winning Scottish actor, acclaimed for both his screen and stage roles.

Brian Cox’s stellar career has spanned more than sixty years, garnering numerous awards and nominations, working with the most esteemed theatre companies and renowned Hollywood and TV directors.

Cox has twice won a Best Actor Olivier Award, and his portrayal in the HBO hit series Succession has won him a Golden Globe award and Emmy awards.

His notable film credits include Braveheart, The Long Kiss Goodnight and The Bourne Identity. 

Brian Cox started his stage career aged 14 at the Dundee Repertory Theatre in 1961.

His other stage credits include Peer Gynt (Birmingham Rep), As You Like It (Vaudeville Theatre), King Lear (National Theatre), Rat in the Skull (Royal Court), Strange Interlude (Nederlander Theatre New York), Titus Andronicus (RSC), The Taming of The Shrew (RSC), King Lear (National Theatre), The Music Man (Open Air Theatre), St. Nicholas (Bush Theatre), Dublin Carol (Royal Court), Uncle Varick (Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh), The Ride Down Mt. Morgan (Los Angeles Theatre Works), Rock ‘n Roll (West End, Broadway), That Championship Season (Broadway), The Weir (Donmar Warehouse, Wyndham’s Theatre), Waiting for Godot (Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh), The Great Society (Vivian Beaumont Theater New York), and The Score (Theatre Royal Bath).

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