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Phoebe Fox Soller (born 16 April 1987) is an English actress.

Phoebe Fox
Phoebe Fox 2014.jpg
Fox at the Moet British Independent Film Awards 2014
Born
Phoebe Mercedes Fox

(1987-04-16) 16 April 1987 (age 32)
Alma materRoyal Academy of Dramatic Art
OccupationActress
Years active2010–present
Spouse(s)Kyle Soller

BiographyEdit

Following her training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA),[1] in 2010 Fox appeared in A Month in the Country at Chichester Festival Theatre. The following year she starred in As You Like It at the Rose Theatre, The Acid Test at the Royal Court Theatre upstairs and There Is A War at the National Theatre as part of their Double Feature in the Paintframe. Based on these performances she was nominated for the 2011 Evening Standard Theatre Award for Outstanding Newcomer.

Fox was also tipped in the 2011 Screen International Stars of Tomorrow list.[2]

In 2012, Fox appeared as Grace in Switch, a TV series about witches living in a city. In 2014 she appeared in The Musketeers as the Duchess of Savoy; in A Poet in New York as Liz Reitell, and also as Eve Perkins in The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death.

In 2015, Fox starred as Vanessa Bell in Life in Squares, a BBC drama about the Bloomsbury Group and in the thriller film Eye in the Sky.

Personal lifeEdit

Fox is the daughter of actors Stuart Fox and Prue Clarke.[3] She is married to actor Kyle Soller, whom she met at RADA. The couple live in London.

Selected creditsEdit

Film and televisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2011 One Day Nightclub Girl
Black Mirror Hallam Episode: "The Entire History of You"
2012 Coming Up Masha Hawkins Episode: "If We Dead Awaken"
New Tricks Eleanor Higgins Episode: "Old School Ties"
Switch Grace Watkins Main role (6 episodes)
2014 A Poet in New York Liz Reitell
The Musketeers Duchess of Savoy Episode: "The Good Soldier"
War Book Kate
2015 The Woman in Black: Angel of Death Eve Parkins
Eye in the Sky Carrie Gershon
Life in Squares Vanessa Bell
2016 The Hollow Crown: Wars of the Roses Lady Anne Neville Episodes: Henry VI, Parts 2 and 3 and Richard III
NW Leah Hanwell BBC Two TV film
Close to the Enemy Kathy BBC2 TV mini-series, written & directed by Stephen Poliakoff, 6 Episodes
2018 Blue Iguana Katherine Rookwood
2019 Curfew Kaye Newman Sky One TV series
The Aeronauts Antonia [4]

TheatreEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2010 A Month in the Country[5] Chichester Festival Theatre
2011 As You Like It[6] Celia Rose Theatre, Kingston
2011 The Acid Test[7] Ruth Royal Court Theatre
2011 There Is A War[8] Anne Royal National Theatre
2011 All the trees of the field in response to Isaiah[9] Ash Bush Theatre
2012 King Lear Cordelia Almeida Theatre
2014 A View from the Bridge[10] Catherine Young Vic
2015/2016 A View from the Bridge Catherine Lyceum Theatre (Broadway)[11]
2017 Twelfth Night Olivia Royal National Theatre
2019 Anna Anna Royal National Theatre

RadioEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2018 The Case of Charles Dexter Ward[12] Lucy Hawthorne BBC Radio 4

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Phoebe Fox Profile, RADA, 2010
  2. ^ "Stars of Tomorrow", Screen International, 2011
  3. ^ Bamigboye, Baz (30 October 2014). "Phoebe finds film a scream". The Daily Mail. Retrieved 20 December 2016.
  4. ^ Wiseman, Andreas (15 August 2018). "Felicity Jones-Eddie Redmayne Ballooning Pic 'The Aeronauts' Under Way In UK, Amazon Releases Striking First-Look". Deadline. Retrieved 6 November 2018.
  5. ^ A Month In The Country, Chichester Festival Theatre, 2010, archived from the original on 23 November 2011
  6. ^ "As You Like It", Evening Standard, 2011, archived from the original on 5 March 2011
  7. ^ The Acid Test, Royal Court Theatre, 2011
  8. ^ There Is A War, Double Feature, National Theatre, 2011, archived from the original on 1 September 2011
  9. ^ Bush Theatre, Sixty Six Project, 2011, archived from the original on 1 October 2011
  10. ^ A View from the Bridge, Young Vic, 2014, archived from the original on 30 March 2014
  11. ^ A View from the Bridge production details, Lincoln Center Theater
  12. ^ "BBC Radio 4 - The Case of Charles Dexter Ward". Retrieved 6 November 2019.

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